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Kota District in Rajasthan

Kota District in Rajasthan

Kota is at a distance of about 280 km from the capital Jaipur and by road. The Kota is located on the eastern bank of the Chambal River in South Rajasthan is one of the cities. where industrialization has taken place on a large scale.

Kota is popular for many forts, palaces, museums, temples, and gardens. The city is a unique blend of novelty and antiquity.

While city monuments on one hand give a sense of antiquity, the Hydro-Electric Plant, Nuclear Power Plant, DMC and Multi-Metal built on the Chambal River give a

Kota is the only city in India where people from every corner of the country live.

This city has recently become the seventh most crowded city in the world in the list of World Trade Forum.

The malls here are famous all over India.

Kota is a very beautiful city of Rajasthan.

Kota is remembered as an education city in Rajasthan, it is called Kanpur of Rajasthan.

The geographical coordinates here are 25.18 ° N 75.83 ° E.

The average elevation here is 271 meters (889 ft).

The population of Kota city is the second highest after Jaipur.

The area here is 12,436 km (3.63% of the state of Rajasthan).

Kota’s special cotton and Kota Doriya saris are famous for Kota stone, Kachori.

Kota is also known as Shiksha Nagari.

Initially Kota Bundi was a part of the state.

When the Mughal ruler Jahangir defeated the rulers of Bundi, Kota was established as an independent state in 1624 AD.

Rao Madho Singh as the first independent ruler ascended the throne.

In 1818 AD, Kota came under the British Empire.

Built in the 17th century on the eastern bank of the Chambal river, this fort is the main attraction of Kota.

The complex of this fort is among the largest fort complexes in Rajasthan.

The elephant gate built in the 17th century is a beautiful entrance to the fort.

The fort’s bastions, balconies, domes, perches are very attractive

This museum is located in the old palace and is considered to be one of the best museums in Rajasthan.

The museum is named after Rao Madho Singh, the first ruler of Kota state.

The beautiful paintings of Kota, statues, photographs, weapons and many objects related to the royal dynasty can be seen in the museum.

This palace was built in 1740 AD by a queen of Kota.

This palace, situated between the beautiful Kishore Sagar Lake, was the place of pramod of kings.

The image of the palace in the transparent waters of the lake looks very beautiful.

Kishore Sagar Lake was built by Prince Dhi Deh of Bundi in 1346 AD.

Sailing in the lake can also be enjoyed.

This museum is located in the Brijwilas Mahal in Kishore Bagh near Kishore Sagar Lake.

The museum has a wide collection of rare coins, manuscripts and selected Hadoti sculptures.

Here some figures and historical sculptures are kept from the temples of Baroli.

The museum remains closed on Fridays and national holidays.

It is a beautiful picnic spot and a crocodile pond can be seen here.

The garden is located near the Chambal river and the Amar Niwas.

Devtaji’s Haveli is among the most beautiful buildings in Rajasthan.

This mansion of Kota is well known for its unique frescoes and paintings.

Ganesh Udyan is the second most important park in Kota.

This park is near the standing Ganesh ji temple.

– CV Garden – This is the historical garden of Kota where the aesthetic beauty of Kota can be felt even today.

50 km from Kota is the National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary which is very popular for crocodiles with crocodiles and thin mouths.

Leopard, wildbore, leopard and deer can also be found hereLet’s The rare Karakal which can be seen very rarely can also be seen here.

Shri Keshav Rai is the presiding deity of the rulers of Hadoti and Hada.

Keshoraipatan is the abode of Lord Shri Keshav.

The medieval temple of Sri Keshav is situated on the banks of the Chambal River.

The temple wall on the river side is similar to the fort wall.

Devotees come here in large numbers in the fair held in Kartik month.

The Gepparnath Temple, dedicated to Shiva, is located on the banks of the river Chambal, 22 kilometers southwest of Kota.

This place has been a major pilgrimage center for Shiva devotees since ancient times.

Some ancient inscriptions have been found here which confirm this fact.

In 2008, a very astonishing incident shocked the hearts of all Kota residents.

About 250 people who had gone to see the Shiva temple, got trapped inside after knowing the steps.

The administration worked hard in 2 days and brought them out.

There is a deep trench of about 350 meters.

On this occasion, devotees take a dip in the Chambal river and wish for the blessings of Shri Krishna.

Keshav Rai Patan is 22 km northeast of Kota.