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Cave Paintings, Bundi

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
Claimed to be the longest rock painting on earth, Cave Paintings depict hunting scenes and images of panthers, tigers, antelopes, and deer. An amateur archeologist and a grocery shop owner from Bundi, known by the name of Kukki, has claimed to have found these pre-historic rock paintings that stretch 35 km (21.7 mi) from Banki village to Mandal dam. Not a single archeologist association or individual supported his findings. Still, Kukki seems to enjoy a lot of attention from tourists eager to explore Bundi and its surrounding in the company of a fun, friendly, and informative guide. Make Cave Paintings a centerpiece of your Bundi vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Bundi itinerary builder.
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  • Om Prakash Sharma aka Kukki uncle is a rock star.. I went with my friends end weekend of July, we stayed at Bundi Haveli, and booked Kukki in advanced for visiting rock painting, he took us from the h...  read more »
  • We met Kukki the day before our trip and were promised "an adventure" and we certainly got one. The cave paintings were wonderful, as was the natural landscape. Kukki seemed to be a friend of everyone...  read more »
  • When i was around 8 years i read textbook of my elder brother, I am not able to recall the story but only thing i am having in my memory is Bundi fort.. So i got opportunity to visit Bundi yesterday. ...  read more »