Bundi Palace is located on the hillside adjacent to
Taragarh Fort. It has lavish traditional wall
paintings and frescoes. The Bundi Palace is located
on the hillside nearby the Taragarh Fort and is
prominent for its generous traditional wall
paintings and frescoes. The Chitrashala (picture
gallery) of the palace is open to the general
The palace is snuggled on a hill adjacent to the
Taragarh Fort. The Bundi Palace is also known as the
Garh Palace, as it is a “palace resembling a fort”.
This palace is the Royal Residence of the current
Bundi King. Bundi Palace is a cluster of palaces
built around it by successive rulers over the
centuries. The palace gets a fort like look because
of the strong wall surrounding it.
This palace is an amazing decaying edifice with
wonderful though fading turquoise-and-gold murals.
It’s reached from the bazaar’s northwestern end. It
was previously shut up and left to the bats, but the
erstwhile royal family have leased it to a private
company to clean it up and it’s now open to the