Kota is situated at the bank of Chambal River and was earlier known as Hadoti, the land of Hadas simultaneously it got the name of Kota. Once Kota was the part of the Rajput kingdom of Bundi and now there are a lot of Kota tour attractions.
Kota was founded by Hada Chauhan Rajput Rao Deva in 1st century A.D. Initially it was named as Hadoti. Kota played an important role in Indian history through serving Mughal and British rulers against other Rajput kings.
Kota is famous for industries, Chambal River, Banas dam and Rajasthan’s only atomic power generation plant as well as Kota Stone, Basmati rice and chilies. There are a lot of Kota tours destinations including mentioned 32 famous tourist attractions and destinations.
Kota Quick Guide for the Help of Travellers
|Total Area||202.5 km2 (78.2 sq mi)|
|Elevation||271 m (889 ft)|
|Density||318/km2 (820/sq mi)|
|PIN||324001 to 324022|
Climate: Kota is a semi-arid climate with high temperature. Summers are hot and dry with an average temperature of 27°C (max). Winter is not so cool like Mount Abu and mercury revolves around 10 – 12°C. Still, Kota tourism area is better in most of the year.
Kota Tourist Places List
- Maharao Madho Singh Museum
- The Government Museum
- Sawan phuhar Water Park
- Chambal River Ghariyal (Alligator) reservoir
- Garh Palace
- Brijraj Bhavan Palace (residence of Ex-Darbar)
- Jawahar Sagar Dam
- Kota Barrage
- Local Picnic Spots
- Chambal Garden
- Traffic Park
- Chatra Vilas Udyan
- The Keshar Bagh, garden famous for its royal cenotaphs.
- Kala Khet (picnic spot)
- Gapernath (picnic spot)
- Bheetariya Kund (picnic spot)
- Darrah National Park(not yet functional)
- Bhanvarkunj (Chambal waterfall)