In the Bundi and Bhilwara districts of the state, 4, Stone Age tools were found about 5,000 to 200,000 years ago. The southeastern part of Rajasthan is known as Hadti, the land of Hadarajput. Bundi was once called "Bunda KaNal". Here, Nal means "narrow road". The area was then acquired by Lao Devahada, who took over Bundi from Jaitamina in 1342, established the Bundi’s princely state, and renamed the surrounding area to Hadti, the land of the great Hadarajput. Surrounded by the crevices of the Aravalli Range, the town of Bundi has a special medieval taste that is timeless.
Bundi is known for its picturesque fortresses and steep wells (Baolis). Motimahar is also one of the attractions of such a magnificent palace in the city.
The total area of the area is 179.7 km2.
Bundi has a total of two subdistricts.
There are about 248 villages in Bundi Ditesil.
There are cities in the Bundi district
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