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Bundi has a typical tropical climate with extremely hot summer and cold and foggy winter season. Due to its close vicinity to the Thar Desert, Bundi experiences a hot and sultry summer season from March to August with maximum temperatures rising as high as 47 degrees Celsius. The monsoon season from July to September brings downs the temperature but erratic rainfall can increase humidity levels making it inconvenient for tourists to travel. The winter season from October to March is cold and minimum temperatures drop as low as 5 degrees Celsius. Winter season is also accompanied by fog and mist but overall the season brings out the best in Bundi with the winter season offering an ideal climatic overview to enjoy excursions in and around Bundi.

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Bundi by road is very convenient option for the tourists as the town is located on the main New Delhi Ajmer National Highway 12. The highway is an eight lane one till Jaipur and six lanes from Jaipur to Bundi making driving a pleasurable experience.  Driving from Jaipur to Bundi takes a maximum of five hours while it takes five hours from Ajmer to visit Bundi by road.

By Air:

Bundi does not have an airport facility and the nearest airport is located in Jaipur at a distance of 220 Kms. Jaipur domestic airport is well connected to all parts of India with regular flights from a host of airlines. Regular cab and bus services are available from the Jaipur airport terminal to visit Bundi.

By Rail:

Bundi has a small railway station with regular train services to nearby towns of Ajmer and Kota. Tourists coming to Bundi from distant cities are advised to deport at Kota station which is located at a distance of 36 Kms from Bundi. Bus and cab facilities are available freely from Kota railway station to visit Bundi. Moreover Kota is well connected to all major cities and towns with regular train services from New Delhi, Indore, Mumbai and Kolkata.


Bundi known as the ‘Queen of Hadoti’ is a small town in Rajasthan located at a distance of 36 Kms from Kota. Bundi attracts a large number of tourists due to its rich historic past, heritage and culture. The town is famous destination for tourists and historians alike boasting of ancient monuments and sites with huge archeological importance. Named after Bunda Meena, the chieftain of the Meena tribe that once inhabited the town, Bundi offers great picturesque monuments amid the backdrop of the great Aravalli Mountain ranges.


Apart from its historic heritage and royal lineage, modern day Bundi is Bundi is an industrial town renowned for the finest quality of basmati rice and red sandstone. From Historical monuments of finest of Rajput architecture, natural beauty, scenic dams, ponds, wild forests, fairs and festivity make Bundi a preferred destination.


Bundi is a culturally rich town and hosts a number of fairs and annual festivals. The most widely attended festivals of Bundi include the Kajali Teej, the Gangaur Festival and Bundi Festival. Bundi also offers a great shopping opportunity for the tourists with ancient heritage shops selling famous silver ornamental jewelry. Bundi is also famous for its wonderfully decorated Rajasthani handicrafts that have a unique Bundi touch making them unique from the souvenirs from other parts of Rajasthan.


Travelling to Bundi offers a complete package of historic legacy to folklore artifacts, monuments as well as colorful Rajasthani gourmet. Rajasthani cuisines including dal bati, churma, besan ki misi puri, and lachha parathas are a few of the famous delicacies awaiting tourists in Bundi. From modern day industrial houses to traditional customs and rituals to ancient temples, Forts and monuments, Bundi has something for everyone and is a tourist’s paradise in all aspects.