Kota lies along the banks of the Chambal River in the south east part of Rajasthan. The river forms a natural boundary, separating the other districts from the Kota districts. Kota is situated on a sloping tableland that is a part of the Malwa Plateau. It covers an area of 527 square km and has the Mukundara hills running from the southeast to the northwest axis of the town. The land is fertile and rich with proper irrigation facilities through canals. Kota is one of the industrial hubs in north India with engineering, chemical, and power plants. The city is blessed with both natural and manmade beauty and has a variety of flora and fauna. The Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve is one of the important outcomes of this rich biodiversity notified by the Government of India.
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