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Exploring Kota (Hadoti Region)

Bheemlat: This wonderful waterfall is situated exactly at the border of three districts kota, Bundi and bhilwara of Rajasthan.
I am writing these lines from here at Bheemlat a well known picnic spot nearby Bundi (31 kms. From Bundi). and 66kms. from Kota via Bundi. There is one more connectivity to Bheemlat that is through 4lane express highway from Kota to bijoliya (75kms) and there after normal state highway from bijoliya to Bheemlat (21kms) this way total 96kms from Kota.

Actually by yesterday we reached here to enjoy jungle safari with 2-3couple of friends by car. In night we enjoyed a bachelor party very well hosted by Mr Sonu. Late night some of the friends get back to kota. But, rest of us decided to stay in the jungle so that we may visit famous stream in the morning.
Wonderful Sunshine:
Early, morning we started to visit the waterfall, “bhimlat”
beautiful waterfall over there which attracts lot of local tourists as well as  foreign tourists.

image Beautiful waterfall Bhimlat, near Bundi.
Our host Mr. Sonu a wonderful person, very down to earth.We couple of friends had a jungle safari under his nice hospitality.

After a bachelor party at night, we got up early morning and started towards stream. He said that the speciality about this waterfall that it is falling from pretty good height. This waterfall is natural water source. Whole the year this water source remains same. Cool one.
I would like to thank the person who selected this place and organized every thing for us in the jungle and had that click view to visit waterfall in the early morning, he is Mr Monu Brar. Thank you dear Monu for having a wonderful time in jungle
For organising this trip and the contribution to make such a Delicious Food for whole team goes to Mr.Pratap Bajaj & his team members Neeraj ji, Devender Ji, Ravi Ji, Laddu Ji and Goldy Ji from this side, I would like to thank again to the team of Sonu ji.
Thanks Monu Brar,
Kitchoos & Dewoos Team, Kota, Rajasthan.


Temples of Rajasthan

“Tatwamasi” Kota Ayyappa Temple:



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Om Namah Shivaye: A visit to Tilaswa Mahadev Temple, Near Menal, Bhilwara, Rajasthan.

Well, I started with family along with two friends families to visit the the very famous Temple of Shiva the Tilaswa Mahadev Temple near Bijoliya, Bhilwara on the occasion of Maha Shiv Ratri yesterday 24th Feb.2017.

That’s above one is the first entrance view of the temple.We call this as Singh Dwaar in Hindi.If I translate this word in English “Lion Gate” actually this is an Entrance Symbol. And the below one is the final entrance of the temple.

A big fair is also been organised every year on the Holy Occasion Mahs Shiva Raatri.This is a very big occasion to local people for shopping. 

Many local shops are also been organised to set local needs. Local ladies and gents, children and Oldmen, women make their shopping needs from this fair.

Very colourful fair it looks here at Tilaswa Mahadev Village Fair. Lots of people are on visit to this temple for the Lord Shiva View.

This oldman is having break tea while selling daily useful things.

Wonderful flowerings was been arranged there to decorate inside view.

Visit to Raj Rajeshwer Mahadev Mandir, Keshorai Patan,Bundi.


Yesterday, I was on a short visit to the temple of Raj Rajeshwer Mahadev Mandir(temple) just twenty minutes journey from Kota to Keshorai Patan,Bundi. The occasion was birthday of son of our colleague Sh.Bhagwan Dad Sain. Gathering of around fifty people.


Actylually, this temple is situated at the bank of river Chambal and location of this temple is very attractive, garden also maintained very well.

Trip1: 7days/6nights Package tour to Alleppey Back Waters.

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Kerala:Art & Culture

In Art and culture also Kerala is very rich, Kathkali and Mohiniyattam are the famous form of art which gained International recognition.

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