Do you want to know the places to visit in Rawatbhata?
If the answer is yes, you have landed on the right page.
In this post, I will be taking you through the 5 places to visit in Rawatbhata.
Rawatbhata is a small village, mainly popular for its Atomic Power Plant and Rana Pratap Sagar Dam over river Chambal.
It comes under Chittorgarh district and is located around 60 km from Kota and 120 km away from Chittorgarh.
But surprisingly, no one has ever talked about its beauty over the internet that it deserves. It is hard to find any article on Rawatbhata, even though it being such an eye-pleasing place to be in.
Let me take this opportunity and show you the hidden gem of Rajasthan.
Top 5 Places To Visit In Rawatbhata: [Not So Popular] Beauty Of Rajasthan
Chulia Waterfall is amazingly beautiful things to encounter and one of the best places to visit in Rawatbhata
Chulia Fall is a series of a waterfall that makes it one of a kind, water actually falls from the top into a cup-shaped stone and then again takes a form of waterfall once that cup-shaped stone is filled to the brim.
It is fed by the water from Rana Pratap Sagar Dam made on Chambal River.
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Baroli Temples are considered to be the oldest temple complexes in Rajasthan built in the 10-11th century.
They are located somewhat outskirts from the main city.
If you happen to come from Kota to Rawatbhata, you are going to encounter Baroli temple at your welcome.
There are 8 major temples inside the complex out of which 4 are dedicated to Shiva.
If you love taking architectural photography this is a must visit in Rawatbhata.
Most part of Rawatbhata is covered in water and the credit goes to the gorgeous Chambal river.
And river Chambal is not only the lifeline for the people surrounding it but to the wildlife and one such creature is Crocodile.
Chambal River has a large number of Crocodile ruling the waters.
So if you want to encounter the beast of river Chambal, head to the crocodile point.
Winters are the best time to visit it as crocodile comes out of the water often to take a sunbath.
4.Padajhar Mahadev Waterfall
This is literally the most beautiful place to visit in Rawatbhata as well as the whole Rajasthan.
Padajhar Mahadev Waterfall is located 10 km from the main city and requires a bit of off-roading skills.
The last 2 Kms before reaching Padajhar Mahadev is an unpaved road that makes the journey a bit challenging but worth to remember.
One has to step down the stairs to reach the temple and just at a few distances away is Padajhar fall, this place is the true definition of soul pleasing.
If you don’t believe in Love at First Sight, I bet you visit Padajhar Mahadev Waterfall and not change your mind.
5. Rana Pratap Sagar Dam
Watch the Gigantic Dam holding the water of even mightier River Chambal and atomic power plant in the backdrop making it more picturesque.
The view from here is serene and worth watching for hours and hours.
I bet you won’t get bored.
And the best part is that the water is so clean that locals drink water from the river directly.
Don’t believe me! Here is the proof.
Perks of being hidden from the tourists, I guess.
6. Rustic Village Life of Rawatbhata
What do I say about it!!
Even if there were no places to visit in Rawatbhata, I would have still voted it as the best place in Rajasthan.
Rawatbhata is like a scenery we make in our dreams of a perfect village life.
It is so different, so peaceful, full of eye soothing greenery, away from the hustle and bustle of noise and pollution, lesser number of people, jaw-dropping views all around, the fragrance of flowers and paddy fields, and a lot of buffaloes.
Best Time To Visit Rawatbhata: (July – January)
Monsoon is the best time to visit when the city is in its full glory. Waterfalls showing their true color and the greener part getting more greener. As well as Winters are the second best time to visit so that one can spot Crocodile easily.
How to Reach:
Best way to reach Rawatbhata will be from Kota, it is only 50 Km’s from there. Kota railway station is connected to all the major railway station.
Then from Kota hire a bike or a cab to explore the village.
You can also take a State-Run bus from Kota or Chittorgarh to Rawatbhata, they ply at regular interval from both locations
Rawatbhata is a very small city so there is no public transport available. So plan accordingly.
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