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Seven Wonders Park Kota

Seven Wonders Park Kota

4.76km from Chambal River

Seven Wonders Park in Kota comprises of miniatures of all the Seven Wonders of the World. These include Taj Mahal, Great Pyramid, Eiffel Tower, Leaning Tower, Christ the Redeemer of Brazil, Colosseum, and Statue of Liberty.

Seven Wonders Park

Seven Wonders Park

8.76km from Chambal River

It is a park that is housed with the replicas of the 7 wonders of the world in the Kota city of Rajasthan. Many people come here to see the wonders of the world and click photos of monuments.

Kota Barrage

Kota Barrage

10.44km from Chambal River

Kota barrage is the fourth in the series of Chambal valley projects. It was built to store the waters stored by the three previous dams of the project Gandhi Sagar Dam, Jawahar Sagar Dam and Rana Pratap Sagar Dam, and then channelize it to the dry areas of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh for irrigation purposes via canals. At present, it helps in agriculture in around 20,000 acres of land.

Chambal Garden

Chambal Garden

11.78km from Chambal River

Stroll on the lush green garden or enjoy the view of the shimmering Chambal Lake, this park is a perfect sight for all the nature lovers. Located next to the retreat, Amar Niwas, this place was the royal retreat for all the rulers of Kota.

Jawahar Sagar Dam Hydroelectric Power Plant

Jawahar Sagar Dam is the third dam in the series of Chambal Valley Projects on the Chambal river. It is a concrete gravity dam, 45 meters high and 393 meters long, generating 60 MW of power with an installed capacity of 3 units of 33 MW. Its construction was completed in 1972

Raniji Ki Baori

Raniji Ki Baori

33.52km from Chambal River

Also known as "Queen's stepwell" is a noted Stepwell in Bundi. It was built in 1699 by Rani Nathavati Ji who was the younger queen of the ruling Rao Raja Anirudh Singh. It is a 46 m deep stepped well with some superb carvings on its pillars and a high arched gate. It is a multistoreyed structure with places of worship on each floor.

Taragarh Fort

Taragarh Fort

34.45km from Chambal River

Constructed in the year 1354, the Taragarh fort is one of the most impressive structures in the city of Ajmer, in the northern state of Rajasthan in India.

Chand Baori

Chand Baori

37.89km from Chambal River

Chand baori is a stepwell located in the Kota district of Rajasthan. Chand Baori is said to be named after a local ruler called Raja Chanda . However, no epigraphic evidence has been found regarding the construction of the Chand Baori or the adjoining Harshat Mata Temple.

Mandakini Temple

Mandakini Temple

57.94km from Chambal River

Mandakini temple is a perfect example of the Rajasthan architecture. Main attraction of Bhilwara district.

Gandhi Sagar Dam

Gandhi Sagar Dam

69.89km from Chambal River

The Gandhi Sagar Dam is a multipurpose dam located in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It was constructed between 1955 and 1960, with the main purpose of providing irrigation to the nearby districts. The dam is built on the Chambal River, and its reservoir has a capacity of 7.3 billion cubic meters. In addition to irrigation, the Gandhi Sagar Dam also provides drinking water to approximately 1 million people and generates hydroelectric power.

Gagron Fort

Gagron Fort

74.77km from Chambal River

This is an example of a hill and water fort. It is a hill and water fort, one of 12 kinds of Vedic fort architecture known as JalDurg.

Garh Palace

Garh Palace

77.18km from Chambal River

Located in the center of town. Maharaja Rana Madan Singh built the fort during 1840-1845. The Zenana Khas or the Women’s Palace has frescoes on both mirrors and walls, which are considered the finest examples of the Hadoti School of Art. Presently, Jhalawar Fort is home to the Collectorate and other offices.

Jhalrapatan Padamnath Temple

Jhalrapatan Padamnath Temple

83.37km from Chambal River

One of the ancient temples of Rajasthan is the Sun temple of Jhalarapatan. It is said that the construction of this temple was made by Nag Bhatt II in Vikram Samvat 872, accordingly, it will be built in AD 815. This temple is also known as Padmanabha Temple,

Chandrabhaga Temple

Chandrabhaga Temple

84.65km from Chambal River

The group of temples on the Chandrabhaga stream belongs to the period of 6th to 14th centuries and is situated near Jhalara Patan. Owing to the arched gateways and carved pillars, the temples are considered good examples of the architecture of that period.

Bisalpur Dam

Bisalpur Dam

87.32km from Chambal River

This is a gravity dam on the Banas river which was completed in 1999 for the purpose of irrigation and water supply.

Bisal Dev Mandir

Bisal Dev Mandir

87.5km from Chambal River

A Hindu temple located beside the Bisalpur dam on the Banas river, the temple id dedicated to Gokarneswara. A monument of national importance which was commissioned at the 12th century.

Sheopur Fort

Sheopur Fort

92.47km from Chambal River

This fort built on the confluence of the sep and Kalval river is a unique model of stone craft, here too 425 statues of statues have been collected for the Archeology Museum. The umbrella of the Gujari Mahal, Narasimha Mahal, Darbar Hall, Raja Indra Singh and King Kishredas are visible here. Some buildings of the fort are declared protected by the state

Safari Ranthambore

Safari Ranthambore

97.37km from Chambal River

A safari through the amidst jungle in an open jeep. Can see and explore the living and habitat of the wild animals.

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Chambal River

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Chambal River, Rajasthan

This is one of the cleanest river in India. It flows through Madhyapradesh and Rajastthan.