Om Birla is from that educational city of Rajasthan, where coaching classes are seen at every step

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Om Birla is from that educational city of Rajasthan, where coaching classes are seen at every step


Citadel Palace

Going to visit Kota? So first of all go to visit Garh Palace. This is not a small place but a very large complex, which is also known as City Palace. It is a great example of Rajput style architecture. The palace is actually a network of many rooms and courtyards which were built by different Rajput kings at different times.

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Rao Madho Singh Museum

Have you made up your mind to visit Kota? Then put Rao Madho Singh Museum on top of your list. Because this place is amazing. Located inside the Garh Palace, this museum is a treasure trove of Rajput style miniature paintings. Just wander around and keep looking at the amazing paintings, sculptures, weapons and other precious things. Here are the things that will tell you about the glorious history of the kings of Kota.

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Abhed Palace and Abhed Biological Park

Abhed Palace and Abhed Biological Park

Situated 8 km from Kota on the banks of a pond, this medieval palace used to be a place of fun for the kings of Kota. It was here that they used to enjoy the wild animals and the natural beauty of the area. Near the palace is the temple of Karni Mata, who is considered the main goddess of Kota. Let us tell you that recently a biological park has been built by the forest department near the palace on Nantha Road. This biological park is environmentally friendly for wild animals.

Kishore Sagar Jagmandir

Kishore Sagar Jagmandir

Jagmandir Palace situated in the middle of Kishor Sagar is quite famous because it has the story of a king and a queen. It was built by a queen of Kota between 1743 and 1745 and stands as a magnificent palace. There is a different fun in seeing the palace, but the real fun is in boating in Kishor Sagar. Boating while admiring this palace built in the middle of the lake is no less than a wonderful experience.

Chambal River Front

Chambal River Front

The beautiful Chambal River Front has been built on both sides of the Chambal River at a distance of 2.75 km. Let us tell you, this is the first heritage river front in the whole of India. That is, the river bank has been decorated in terms of heritage. 26 ghats have been built on both sides of this river front and each ghat is based on a special theme. The best thing is that exact replicas of nine famous buildings and artifacts from different countries of the world have been made on the World Heritage Ghat there.

How to reach Kota?

How to reach Kota?

By Air: The nearest airport is at Jaipur, located at a distance of about 245 km. The airport is well connected by flights to cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. Taxi services are available from the airport.

By Rail: Kota is a major railway station located on the Delhi-Mumbai route. Trains from Mumbai, Jaipur, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Pune stop at this station.

Road: Kota is well connected by road. State transport buses ply regularly from Udaipur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Ajmer and other cities of Rajasthan.


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