“If you throw a stone to the river, it can never reach the water but is pushed back towards the place from where it is thrown.”
A promise to a peaceful road trip leading to a beautiful destination, the warm breeze hitting your face and the frizzy weather leads to a tad remote and isolated tourist hotspots. Located in the hills of Aravali mountain range, Garadia Mahadev Temple is Rajasthan’s very own Grand Canyon.
Garadia Mahadev, the rocky barren land, roosted at an elevation of 500m is a respected shrine of Kota, Rajasthan, located near the Chambal River (located near NH-76 leading to Dabi and Chittorgarh). Standing on the rock near the edge you are confronted with a scenic view of Chambal River circumscribed around other red rock cliffs.
How to reach: You could take an Ola, reserve an auto to the destination and back (if you are lucky you would meet a genuine drive who wouldn’t charge a sky-rocketed price), rent a bike from the local bike rentals.
There are no shops around so if you are planning to go for a picnic there, be prepared and well-stuffed also it is advisable to not go in a rough weather condition or stay the night for safety.
Descending a few steps down the giant steep cliff is the holy temple of Lord Mahadev where a beautiful waterfall awaits your visit. Cold, sweet water flows cascades making the surrounding a bit on the sloppy side.