The beautiful Bundi, on three sides of which rises the rocky and mossy Mountains of Aravali, is the most inaccessible city of Rajasthan. However, it was such a reclusive arrangement that helped preserve the true spirit of ancient India. In 1341, the representative of the Rajput clan Hada Chohan (which means "fiery-born") Rao Deva created the state of Bundi. It was then that the fortified quadrangular fort Taragarh was laid. The very first building was erected in the XVI century, and over the next two centuries the rulers only strengthened and supplemented it. In decorating this palace, it is difficult to notice elements of the Mughal style, which makes it outstanding among the rest of India's buildings.