Government College Kota, one of the oldest building complexes in the city is now given a Heritage Certificate. The Department of Archaeology and Museums, Rajasthan recently declared the century old … Continue Reading 100 Years Old Government College Kota gets Heritage Certificate
Rajasthan is famous for its royal legacy. The forts, palaces, museums and other historical sites are what attract tourists worldwide to visit this state of kings. While palaces of Jodhpur … Continue Reading A complete guide to Gagron Fort – The Only Hill & Water Fort of Rajasthan
Indian culture witnesses great devotion towards various gods and goddesses. The most popular and worshiped among them is Lord Shiva. Temples of Shiva can be found everywhere throughout the country, … Continue Reading Baroli Temples- An Exquisite Temple Complex in Rajasthan
Keshav Rai Temple is a famous hindu temple situated on the banks of river Chambal in the town of Keshorai Patan near Kota city of Rajasthan. Built by Rao Raja … Continue Reading Keshav Rai Temple : A Magnificent Temple of Lord Vishnu on the Banks of Chambal
While wandering in the outskirts of Kota, a photographer, Shivaksh, found 900 years old Vandalized Temples. This place has many monoliths and it was once home to a complex of … Continue Reading 900 years old Vandalized Temples found near Kota
Bored of being at home? So badly want to visit a new place near Kota? Kota City is blessed with many beautiful getaways; one among them is the mesmerizing Abheda … Continue Reading Abheda Mahal – A peaceful getaway from Kota
When you see the light, dust, colors and street life you know you are standing in the town that is artistically inspiring, the town that is beautifully hypnotizing. You know … Continue Reading Bundi Utsav – Events, Main Attractions, How to reach, etc.
After a long sweaty and exhaustive summers, Monsoon is here to treat us with all its awesomeness Rains are welcomed in Rajasthan with wide open arms. It surely gives us … Continue Reading 7 Best Places to visit near Kota during Monsoon
Hadoti is one of Rajasthan’s travel secrets. The ancient cities and antique temples are wonderful and one gets to explore age-old rituals and aspects of the local traditions very closely. … Continue Reading The Incredible Chandrabhaga Fair
Ganesh Udhyan is situated near very famous Khade Ganesh Ji Temple at Ganesh Nagar, Kota. It’s a newly constructed garden in Kota, opened to the public in 2016. The garden … Continue Reading Ganesh Udhyan : A go-to Place for Family Outing
Aalniya is a village situated around 25 KM from Kota. Famous for Aalniya Dam situated in the village, but there’s a lot more to seek than that. Few of the … Continue Reading Aalniya – A special place for birdwatching just 25 Kms away from Kota
Adharshila, a huge rock stranded in the valley of river Chambal never fails to surprise the devotees visiting the Dargah of Adharshilla, also known as Dargah of Amir Kabir. Built … Continue Reading Adharshila Dargah Kota, Rajasthan – Everything you need to know
From alluring views of the Chambal valley to some lost-in-time streets of Rampura, there’re so much to explore in & around Kota. That’s why we initiated the project Explore Kota … Continue Reading Explore Kota Project – Heritage, Architecture, Wildlife & Tourist Spots
The wild trails of Mukundra hills are yet to be opened for human exploration. The breathtaking views, migratory birds, and the ancient monuments make Mukundra a true nature delight. But … Continue Reading Mukundra Hills Kota – Rajasthan’s 3rd Tiger Reserve
Story of Kota Schools Art Exhibition As a society, we have to come to terms with Arts not given so much importance at any stage of a child’s educational career; … Continue Reading Last 2 Days of Kota Schools Art Exhibition. Go visit & get amazed!
“My willpower did to me, what sunrise does to the day………………”, these are the words of headstrong ‘Nikhil Jadon’, who fought depression and found tranquility in the arms of nature. … Continue Reading “The cycling story, that changed my life’s theory” – Nikhil on his journey from Kota to Kheerganga.