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KOTA

 

ABOUT KOTA:

 

MODE OF COMMUNICATION:

 

SIGHTSEEING AT A GLANCE

FORT & MONUMENTS

Kotah Fort   Umed Bhawan   Haveli of Devtaji

PILGRIM CENTRE

Kishore Sagar – Jag Mandir   Kansua Temple

 

GARDEN

Chambal Garden

MUSEUM & AUDITORIUM

Maharao Madho Singh Museum   Government Museum

LAKE

Kishore Sagar – Jag Mandir

 

OTHERS

Kota Barrage

 

FAIRS & FESTIVALS OF KOTA  

The Dussehra Festival is held in Rajasthan in the historical city of Kota in the month of September-October  for one day which is unique experience for tourists. Ten gigantic replicas of Ravana’s head are burnt to shreds. Crackers and fireworks are lighted simultaneously to mark the vanquishing of the demon. Most visitors coming to Kota to specifically be part of this festival. On this eve, a young child from the village is dressed as Lord Rama and he shoots an arrow at the 70 feet tall effigy of the demon king Ravana. Alongside, the effigies of Kumbhakarna and Meghnad are also burnt.

For more Information, kindly visit :-  http://www.tourism.rajasthan.gov.in/fairs-and-festivals.html

During the “Adventure Festival” in Kota. This festival  coincides with the festival of Dussehra and is held in the month of September and October. This festival happens at two places, in Chambal River and Kishore Sagar Talab, situated  middle of the city of Kota in Rajasthan. This Adventure Festival in Kota spans for a period of three days. The annual adventure at the bank of Chambal river offers a colorful extravaganza combined with festivities and adventure to enthrall all the tourists.The popular activities people can enjoy at this festival are hot air balloon, paragliding, parasailing, windsurfing, balloon water, kayaking, jet skiing, rafting, rock climbing, angling, excursion and trekking.

For more Information, kindly visit :-  https://kota.rajasthan.gov.in/content/raj/kota/en/about-kota/festivals.html#

 

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