Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri, Bundi

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri

Chaurasi Khambon ki Chhatri
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ghoomboom
New Delhi, India107 contributions
Dec 2019
Take a combined ticket that costs Rs 75 for Indians and covers three places i.e. "Raniji ki Baori", "Sukh Mahal" and this place. If you have a student ID then it is only Rs 5 so do take one if you have to save on some money. Student discount is also for foreigners. This place is a good piece of architecture and if you count the pillars, you can count only 80. The rest 4 pillars are actually on the corners of the platform on which Shivlinga is placed. That makes it 84. It is actually a small open temple and you have to take off your shoes to enter. Do not forget to get the story behind its construction from the guide. That way, you will connect with the structure much more meaningfully. A reference to the story is also mentioned on the stone plaque at the gate. The small garden inside is not well maintained but overall, the place along with its interesting story is worth a visit.
Written 25 December 2019
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LRMcK
Cairns, Australia1,749 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
This attraction is not worth a visit by itself, as it is some way out of the town and quite a drive from our hotel near the fort and palace entrances. We only came here as it was included in our combined ticket and we had some time to spare. It is a nice place. Very quiet and peaceful. The feature of the cenotaph is a large lingam on the platform under the dome. The caretaker seemed bored and talked to us as we walked around. It is only a small place. There are some lovely views of the surrounding area from the elevated platform and rooftop terrace. Climb the stairs to the rooftop for the best view.

While we were there we were able to see the small children at the school next door eating their lunch outside under the trees and playing in the playground. Some of them spotted us and waved. Also a herd of goats and their goatherd traversed the grounds of the old and rather large house next door on the other side. This added some value to our visit to the cenotaph.
Written 17 January 2019
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newyorknytrip
New Delhi, India216 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
This 84 pillared centograph is noteworthy for its architectural design, symmetry and perfection.The monument has exquisite carvings of elephants and other animals.
This monument is believed to have been erected by the King of Bundi in memory of his governess.
It has ticketed entry, so it is better to buy a three-in-one ticket for three popular attractions in Bundi, namely Raniji ki Baori, Sukh Mahal and this 84 pillared centograph.
Written 30 December 2018
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Anjali
New Delhi, India367 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
Everyone who goes here I am sure will be counting the pillars as there are 84. It is sure an engineering marvel. Be prepared to climb a lot of steps.

You dont need too much time to visit this place as there is not much to see here.
If you come to Bundi do visit.
Written 2 December 2018
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yash g
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India234 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
Why buy ticket which I understand is quite steep and also includes sukh Mahal and raniji ki baori, we were lost for baori and sukh Mahal didn't appeal and hence went here took photographs from outside and went away
Written 13 November 2018
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Debabrata G
Mumbai, India410 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
This attraction is on the outskirts of Bundi - ideally a 3 or 4 wheeler is recommended if you are visiting. Once you go in, there is a ticket which has to purchased. You can buy a single ticket or a composite ticket (good for 3 attractions). I would recommend buying the composite ticket.

You can go in, climb the steps and sit under the cenotaph. It is very nice and cool. It is actually a Shiva temple with a shivling inside the cenotaph. I would recommend this for a visit.
Written 30 October 2018
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OldJailhouse
Cromwell, New Zealand154 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
We only went as it was part of the Rs350 Composite Ticket. I can’t believe anyone would pay Rs200 to visit this.
Guards were bored, standing around the upper area - basically ruining any photo. It is a small place, are there really so many pillars? Unkept and unloved. Partially vandalized with stone faces missing. No info signs posted.
Written 10 June 2018
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Jay V
Surat, India125 contributions
Jan 2018
It is located on the way to railway station. Prefer going at the evening since you will get better view than daytime.
Written 29 January 2018
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sshahA1
London, UK87 contributions
Dec 2017 • Solo
i went in the daytime - wish i could have seen it lit up at night as described by others. i found the place to be clean, and very interesting to look around. The others in my group did not fancy it but i enjoyed wandering about on my own. It is a small site, does not take too long to visit but i was glad we stopped here.
Written 17 January 2018
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Mithlesh1989
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India559 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
This is a beautiful architecture as like others in Rajasthan but the positive point is its decoration in night with light effect that is really good.
Written 30 August 2017
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