A small village in Rajasthan’s Kota district, Morana, is located along the banks of Chambal River. The Kota-Lalsot Mega Highway passes near this village, thus making it a well-connected village. Kota is 59 km from here and its capital city, Jaipur, is 230 km away. This village lies on the border of Kota and Baran districts. Some of the surrounding cities are Mangrol, Kota, Lakheri and Baran.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels in this village. However, there are good budget hotels in Kota. Some of the hotels are Hotel Shree Anand (Tariff – Rs.850), Hotel Phul Plaza (Tariff – Rs.974), Hotel Meera Inn (Tariff – Rs.765) and Hotel Welcome Residency (Tariff – Rs.876).
The official language spoken in Morana is Rajasthani.
The most important festivals celebrated in Morana are Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Gangaur Festival in April, Ganesh Chaturthi during August-September, Navratri in October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Morana has many tourist attractions in and around the area, such as Jain temples, ancient forts and monuments. Kota (59 km), Lakheri (59 km) and Gendoli Kalan (44 km) away from Morana are some of the places which are worth visiting.
How to Get There
Sawai Mansingh International Airport, located 224 km away from Morana, is the nearest airport.
There is no railway station in Morana. Kota Railway Station is the nearest railway station, located 57 km from Morana.
Morana is well connected to nearby cities and towns. There are many private bus operators providing Volvo A/C buses to this village. Avail of bus ticket booking coupon when you book your tickets online.