T50 Kms It was once the hunting pleasure for royal family of Kota. Spread over in area of 250 square KM. one can view wild animals like Leopard, slok deer, Chinkara, tiger also.
This temple complex is situated on the road to Rawatbhata about 45 kms. from Kota. It is one of the oldest and most exquisite temple complexes in Rajasthan, built by Hun Angadsi in the 9th century A.D. The main temple of the complex is the Ghateshwar Temple of Shiva with its well adorned ceilings, pillars and richly ornamented porches. Other interesting temples are the Trimurti and Mahishasur Mardini temples. The craftsmanship of these temples is simply amazing. The carvings and figure of Nataraj on the door of the "Mandap" are enchanting. Many interesting shrines can also be visited here.
95 KM from Jhalawar. The town of kolvi has ancient Buddhibt caves cave and stupas a top a desolate hills dating back to 5th century.
Rana Pratap Sagar
Rana Pratap Sagar dam is the second in the series of Chambal Valley Projects, located 52 km downstream of Gandhi Sagar dam across the river Chambal in Rajasthan. This dam was completed in the year 1970.
Bhainsrodhgarh has a 14th century fort which was never besieged by an enemy force. Perched on a ridge overlooking the Chambal River , it is still occupied by the descendents of a feudal family. A prior permission is needed to visit the fort.
The Gandhi Sagar dam is the first of the four dams built on the Chambal river. It is located in the Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is a 64 metre high masonry gravity dam, with a live storage capacity of 6,920 Mm³ and a catchment area of 22,584 km². The dam was completed in the year 1960. The hydro-power station comprises five generating units of 23 MW capacity each. The water released after power generation is utilised for irrigation through Kota Barrage.
Jawahar Sagar Dam
Situated at a short distance of 29 km upstream and 26 km downstream from the Kota city and Rana Pratap Sagar Dam respectively, Jawahar Sagar Dam produces total power of 60 MW from the 3 units of 33 MW each. Apart from being a major source of producing power and electricity, Jawahar Sagar Dam releases excess water during times of natural calamities of drought. The excess water is used for agricultural and drinking purposes by the local inhabitants of the city of Kota and the neighbouring areas.
(40 KM) Hadoti later two branches of hades formed 2 separate state on entire side of chambal Kota of Bundi. Set in a extracting george surrounded by Aravli hills on 3 sides and circumscribed by a massone wall with 4 gateway. Bundi is named after bunda.
Keshorai Pattan Temple
12 Km. It is famous for the temple of Keshav Rai Maharaj (God Vishnu) which is standing on a huge platform at the beck of river Chambal. In short but beautiful boat ride takes you up to the temple from Rangpur (9 KM from kota). The 15 minute boat ride is an enhancing experience in it self.
Chambal River Valley
One can have a wonderful adventure in Chambal River. In boat ride take you to the beautiful valley of Chambal.