Bundi : Bundi and Kota were once a single principality ruled by the Hada Chauhans, and offshoot of the famous clan of Chauhans who ruled Delhi and Ajmer. After the defeat by Prithviraj Chauhan by Sultan Gori (1193), the Chauhan nobles sought sanctuary in Mewar. They were welcomed and proved allies to the Rana.Yet Some young warriors ventured on their own, overpowered the Meena and Bhil tribals to the Chambal valley and established the kingdom of Hadavati or Hadoti. Later two branches of the Hadas formed two separates states on either side of the Chambal. The one of the side was ‘Kota’ and the other side was ‘Bundi’.
Bundi Palace : It was begun by Maharao Balwant Singh and is considered to be one of the finest examples of Rajput architecture.
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