Mumbaikar Hadoti

MHF will be celebrating its 6th, Annual Function on Saturday 24th, March, 2018 at 5.30 pm onwards at Bajaj Hall,Sunder Nagar, S V Road, Malad West. Please keep your date free for unlimited fun and enjoyment. Detailed program will be sent shortly..

Geographical boundries


It was called Bundi Kingdom before several states separated, is a region of Rajasthan state in western India. The biggest cities are Kota, Baran and Jhalawar. It includes the districts of Bundi, Baran, Jhalawar and Kota, and is bounded on the west by the Mewar, on the northwest by Ajmer regions of Rajasthan, and on the south by the Malwa, on the east by the Gird regions of Madhya Pradesh state. The Hadoti region is surrounded on the western side by the Mewar region of Rajasthan and on the south by the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh state.


The origination of the Hadoti region has got a significant story to back upon. The name of the region has been taken up from the Hada Rajputs, which comprises a branch of the Chauhan Rajput clan. As early as the 12th century, these Hada Rajputs migrated into the Hadoti region. Hada Rao Deva, a members of this Hada Rajputs group, occupied Bundi in the year 1241 and also Kota in the year 1264. In the Hadoti region, there is Kota, which had gained its status as an independent state in the year 1579. Similarly Jhalawar became separate state in the year 1838.

Culture and Traditions

Hadoti is a treasure house of art and sculpture. Some of the archeological wonders are found in the temples that are situated in every nook and corner of it. Bundi is an important city bearing witness to some of the striking artistry. It is located in a narrow encompassing gorge. To say in details, the Bundi palace of this Hadoti region portrays an instance of Hada Rajput architecture with its engraved bracket, towers, and balconies. The Chitra Shala with its superb paintings of this famous Bundi School that decorates the palace walls. At the time of festivals and fairs, the whole of the Hadoti region gets embellished with color and exuberances. Due to its integrity to the Rajasthani culture, most of the people of the Hadoti region practice Hinduism. They also fete almost all the traditional Rajasthani festivals like Deepawali, Holi, Gangaur, Teej, Gogaji, Makar Sankranti and Janmashtami. Pushkar, one of the significant festivals of the Rajasthan, too has been feted in the Hadoti with great festivity.

Famous Tourist Destination

  1. Baroli Temple at Rawat Bhata
  2. Jain Temple at Chandkheri
  3. Gagran Fort of Jhalawar
  4. Jagmandir Place of Bundi
  5. Kapildhara and Sita Bari of Baran


Daal Baati Churma is one of the most relished dish in Rajasthan. Apart from the Kachori, Ker Sangri, Mangodi and Gatte are also included in the specialties in this region. Ghoomar is the traditional dance form which is performed by women swirling in robes accompanied by men and women singing together. It showcases an amazing combination of graceful inclinations of body and displays spectacular colors of flowing Ghhagara. Kota Doriya, Leharia and Bandhni are dress materials of which dresses are made here. Kota Dassera and Baran Dole Mela's are very famous events of the Hadoti Region.

Event and Update News

1. We solicit your and your family's gracious presence for 5th Annual Function of MHF with "Bhajan Sandhya" by renowned Musical Singer "Raju Khandelwal & Team" with High-tea and Dinner.
Please block your date and send a short confirmation through message/ e-mail/ call/ whatsApp which will help us to manage program smooth & successful. Date: Sunday, 8th January 2017, 5.30 PM onwards.
Venue: HVPS Hall, Near Marble High School, Behind Maheshwari Bhavan, Opp. Oshiwara Police Station, Andheri (W), Mumbai.
RSVP: 02226321980 & 02226321900

2. Core-Committe has decided to form a executive committee of young memebrs who can give thier valuable time and resources for the varius objectives of our foundation. You are therefore , requested to mail your name with your brief profile to the President / Secretary at their respective mail ID or at the mail ID of the MHF by 8th January, 2017 to enable us to do needful on our part.

3. Please send your new Membership form with latest photo to Your prompt action will be appreciated to enabling you, to be the part of the various initiative taken by the MHF, please send your lifetime memebership fees cheque of Rs.2100 to MHF Office by post or cash.