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    The splendid Taragarh Fort-Bundi

    Taragarh Fort or 'Star Fort' is the most impressive of structures of city of Bundi in Indian state of Rajasthan. A rather ramshackle fort, with its overgrown vegetation, is located around 39 km from Kota. It was constructed in AD 1354 upon a steep hillside. There are three gateways to the fort, well known as .....

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    The colors of Teej festival-Bundi

    Rajasthan"s tradition can be captured at its festive best at the Kajli Teej festival, a dazzlingly theatrical and lively event.

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    Thick forests of Daran centuary-Kota

    A thickly wooded forest, cover big area, along the south-east border of Kota, adjacent to the mountain range, it is the former royal hunting preserve.

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    The elegantly turning Chambal-Kota

    Very beautiful place, where an old Shiva-temple is situated on valley slope of Chambal river. The Chambal river takes it's most beautiful turn here. A must visit place in around Kota.

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    The graceful Chambal Aarti-Kota

    People come to visit the Chambal Aarti which takes place near the river bed. The best time to visit the temple is during the early morning and the early evening hours.

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    Dussehra Mela -Kota

    On the 10th day of Ashwin and Kartik when people celebrate Dussehra, colossal effigies of Ravana are burned in several places to mark the victory of Ram.

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    Super Thermal power plant-Kota

    Kota Thermal Power Plant is Rajasthan's first major coal-fired power plant. It is located on the left bank of the Chambal River near Kota.

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    With charms of Dol Mela-Baran

    Dolmela is organised at the Dol Talab (Pond) in the Baran city from Jaljhulni Akadshi. The main attraction of this day is a big Shobha Yatra (procession)Dolmela, Baran which have about 54 Dev Viman (The Holy Statue Carriers) which is also known as DOL

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    Chandrabhaga Fair-Jhalawar

    The Chandrabhaga Fair is held every year at Jhalrapatan in Jhalawar district of Rajasthan state in India, in the month of kartik, i.e Oct-Nov. On the full moon night of 'kartik purnima', thousands of pilgrims take a holy dip in the Chadrabhaga River, which is considered as a holy river by the people residing here.

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    Land of incredible art

    Hadoti is a treasure house of art and sculpture. Some of the archeological wonders are found in the temples that are situated in every nook and corner of it.

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    with colors of tradition

    Due to its integrity to the Rajasthani culture, most of the people of the Hadoti region practice Hinduism. They also fete almost all the traditional Rajasthani festivals like Deepawali, Holi, Gangaur, Teej, Gogaji, Makar Sankranti and Janmashtami.

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    A paradise for legion migratory birds

    Hadoti is a second home for the migratory birds from China, Russia, Ladakh and other European countries. Every winter, hundreds of migratory birds from various species throng to the spontaneous water bodies of Hadoti region and stay here from October to late March. It is also the season for tourist in the region, where thousands of foreign and domestic tourists come during winter.

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About Us

Hadoti Mahasabha Samiti, Jaipur is a social & charitable society formed by native people of Hadoti Division (Kota, Bundi, Baran, Jhalawar) of Rajasthan and residing/ living in Jaipur, who are willing to contribute towards welfare of common people of Hadoti Division visiting the Capital of the State and are in process of establishing themselves. As an estimate nearly 50 Thousands native people of the Hadoti Division are already based in the Capital and about two to five thousand people from the Division visit the Capital every day for different purposes. With the above backdrop, the Samiti aims to serve the people of Hadoti Division for their appropriate needs and shall act as an apex organization in Jaipur in the name of Hadoti Mahasabha.

Our Mission

  • WELFARE

    To contribute towards welfare of common people of Hadoti Division visiting the Capital of the State and are in process of establishing themselves.

  • SERVE

    To serve the people of Hadoti Division for their appropriate needs.

  • BLOOM

    To bloom as an apex organization in Jaipur in the name of Hadoti Mahasabha.

Our Patrons

What our Members say

The Sangh is entirely devoted to serve the people of Hadoti region, bring them together and provide assistance to carry out a safe, healthy and easy living in Jaipur. I, along with all the other memebers f the sangh will take every step that can result in upliftment of our people and association.

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Anil Jain

President

Hadoti Mahasabha Samiti

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Mahendra Sanadhya

Treasurer

Hadoti Mahasabha Samiti

This idea to create an association to help the people of our region coming and staying in Jaipur will really help the hadoti people in their various life activities alot and will also lead to upliftment in their standards of living.

Our association's foremost mission is welfare of common people of Hadoti Division visiting the Capital of the State and are in process of establishing themselves, for which all its team members, with complete political support of the region, are willing to put their heart and soul.Soon, we will achieve our 3-point mission of 'WELFARE', 'SERVE'and 'BLOOM'.

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Vinod Mehta

General Secretary

Hadoti Mahasabha Samiti