Ashok India Travels  
Bundi Haveli
Bundi Haveli, a heritage property in the heart of the old city, it's backdrop, the Garh Palace and the Taragarh Fort. Recently restored, this elegant new boutique hotel offers 12 rooms from standard to deluxe, all rooms have attached bathrooms with modern fixtures. Rooms feature window seats (jharokhas) offering stunning views of the old town, palace, fort and lake. A courtyard garden restaurant in which to savour traditional Indian and Continental cuisine. The restaurant features beautifully carved stone pillars and jali windows, crafted by local artisans along with artwork featuring Bundi. A rooftop terrace offers 360 degree views of the town and is a wonderful place to sit, have a coffee, (yes, we have Cappuccino, Latte ets. here) and watch the sunset over the hills surrounding the town. A perfect destination for a romantic holiday.
Haveli Braj Bhushanjee
Kipling wrote his impressions of Bundi in Letters of Marque.... "Jeypore Palace may be called the Versailles of India; Udaipur's House of State is dwarfed by the hills round it and the spread of the Pichola Lake; Jodhpur's House of strife, gray towers on red rock, is the work of giants, but the Palace of Bundi, even in broad daylight, is such a palace as men build for themselves in uneasy dreams-- the work of goblins rather than of men." BUNDI - The least explored land of Rajasthan. The Rajputana of yore, set amidst the great Thar, the only desert of the sub-continent, is known not only for the sizzling heat and the dunes but also for the warmth in the hearts of the people. Considered as the most colorful region of India, this exotic land of valiance and chivalry has an unusual diversity in all its forms, people, customs, culture, costumes, music, manners, dialects, and cuisine etc. It is the land of superlatives, everything here is breathtakingly beautiful, impressive and fascinating. Rajasthan is endowed with invincible forts, magnificent Palaces and Haveli. We will confine ourselves only with the southern Rajasthan - The Hadoti region that is BUNDI Visiting Bundi is like stepping into a time warp. It seems Bundi have successfully halted the ruthless march of time retaining its medieval flavor. Hotel Haveli Braj Bhushanjee invites you to explore the rich heritage and culture of BUNDI . Your every moment will be caught and held in its history. Bundi is a dream remembered. Nestling at the footsteps of a large craggy hill, Bundi, named after Bunda Meena ,was established by Rao Deva in 1241 A.D. The large dominating complex of fort and palaces, hugging the steep hillside, is mainly made of two- Garh-Palace and Taragarh-Fort.