Map of India 1700-1792

Snippets from the Visitors' Book

It was a wonderful stay and thank you for giving us such a positive look at India and Rajasthan.
Salma Goldstein, New Jersey, USA


Sue Millar, London, UK

How to get here

Kota is an ideal point from which to start a tour of Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh - but first spend a few days relaxing before you set forth.


Kota on the map

Location of Kota
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By train

Kota is on the main trainline between Delhi and Bombay. The fastest train journey from Delhi to Kota is about 5 hours. (Delhi is also the closest international airport to us. Jaipur airport has recently been designated an international airport but links to foreign destinations will take time to develop.) There are good train connections to popular destinations in Rajasthan: Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.


Ranthambore Cheetal Rajasthan Isarda Fort Jaipur Sawai Madhopur


(Cheetal in Ranthambore Game Sanctuary, Sawai Madhopur; Sewar Fort between Sawai Madhopur & Jaipur as seen from the train across mustard fields)

Direct trains connect to many destinations all over India from here including Delhi, Chennai (Madras), Bangalore, Mumbai (Bombay), Kerala and Goa.

Kota Railway StationGuests will be met at Kota train station, also referred to as Kota Junction, which is a 30 min. drive from the farm.

Cost of Transport

The charge for collecting from anywhere in Kota is a approximately Rs. 400 one way depending on vehicle.



By road

Jaipur is 5 hrs. by car. Bundi is about 36 kms. away. There is a good road to Jodhpur via Ajmer.

Approx. Distances (kms.)

Delhi 490 by train
Mumbai (Bombay) 900 by train
Bundi 36 by road
Sawai Madhopur 130 by road
Chittorgarh 178 by road
Ajmer 200 by road
Jaipur 245 by road
Udaipur 270 by road
Jodhpur 405 by road
Bharatpur 418 by road
Jaisalmer 690 by road