Bundi district in the Hadoti region of Rajasthan is circumscribed by Tonk district from the north, by Bhilwara district from the west, by Kota district from east and by Chittorgarh district from the southwest. It is divided into five tehsils namely Bundi, Hindoli, Nainwa, Keshoraipatan and Indragarh with Bundi city being the administrative headquarters of the district.
The economy is mainly supported by agriculture, textile and tourism industry. Small scale industrial units are rapidly growing all over the municipality in the state of Rajasthan. The main produce from the textile industry in Bundi is polyester fibre. Agriculture sector contributes to a large portion in the economic growth of Bundi. Major crops include wheat, barley, gram, pulses, tobacco, cotton and oil seeds where in mustard and rapeseed are the most produced oil seeds. Bundi is also blessed with many fruit trees which include mangom guava, lemon, pomegranate and orange.
Bundi is endowed with great natural beauty and is considered a "Hidden Gem of Rajasthan". The booming tourism industry in Bundi led to conversion of many forts and palaces into heritage hotels to attract more tourists. The growth in real estate industry is also pretty significant in the beautiful Bundi district.