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Camel Safari Tour

Duration: 16 Nights - 17 Days

Rajasthan Cultural Tour

Duration: 15 Nights - 16 Days

Rajasthan Wildlife Tour

Duration: 09 Nights - 10 Days

Royal Rajasthan Tour

Duration: 09 Nights - 10 Days

Golden Triangle Tour

Duration: 06 Nights - 07 Days

Rajasthan Heritage Tour

Duration: 09 Nights - 10 Days

Visit The Famous Land Of Forts & Palaces

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Shekhawati Tour

City : Shekhawati
What to see in Shekhawati
· Journey to Rajasthan Village
Remote Destinations : Shekhawati : : Mandawa : : Neemrana : : Jhalawar : : Bundi : : Khimsar : : Deogarh : : Ranakpur : : Samode : : Barmer : : Mandore : : Jhunjhunu

ShekhawatiShekhawati Travel Information
Shekhawati lies in the triangular area between Delhi, Jaipur and Bikaner and comprises Jhunjhunun, Mandawa, Fatehpur, Ramgarh, Churu, Mahansar, Mukundgarh, Dundlod, Nawalgarh, Lakshmangarh and Sikar districts of Rajasthan. The semi-desert region of Shekhwati is popularly known as the 'open-air art gallery' of Rajasthan. This land of 'Shekha's clan' got its name from Rao Shekha (1433-1488), a cousin of the Kachchawalas of Jaipur. Shekhawati owns hundreds of haveli's, temples, cenotaphs, wells and forts.

However, the region is particularly famous for the high quality frescoes (1750-1930) which are based on traditional mythology, local legend and folklore, Rajput lifestyle, personalities from the epics and historically traceable personalties. Besides, there is a rare blend of traditional Indian and Europen styles and subjects.

Attractions in Shekhawati
HavelisHavelis in Shekhawati
Shekhawati’s magnificent havelis or mansions, built by rich merchants of the region, display a unique architectural style. Built primarily to ensure safety and privacy of the women folk and protection from harsh summer heat, the havelis were painted predominantly in the blue, maroon, yellow, green and indigo color with alluring paintings on the wall.

Major Places in Shekhawati
MandawaHaveli in Mandawa
Founded in the 18th century Mandawa houses the Chokhani and Ladia havelis and the Saraf havelis. One should visit the Shiva temple here with a rock crystal lingam. There is also a medieval fort dominating the town of Mandawa which has now been converted to a Heritage hotel. The fort is famous for a painted arched gateway which is beautified with Lord Krishna and his cows’s paintings. The fort is now converted into a heritage hotel.

Lachhmangarh was founded in the early 19th century by Raja Lachhman Singh of Sikar. The fort here is an important landmark in the Shekhawati region and offers a great view of the town that was built on the lines of the plan of the city of Jaipur. Besides the fort, the place is adorned with some of the breathtaking havelis.

Founded in the mid 15th century by Fateh Khan, a Kayamkhani nawab, the town is known for unmatched frescoes and exquisite havelis. There are some of the most appealing havelis here which offer a blend of the Indian and the western styles. Chamariya and Singhania havelis are the two most famous havelis here.

Khatu Shyamji
Khatu Shyamji is famous for the Shri Shyamji Temple which is built in white marble.

This ancient town is encompassed by hills on three sides and is an ideal picnic spot. Besides being famous for its scenic charm, the town is famous for its 7th century temple dedicated to Shakambhari Mata.

JhunjhunuAjit Sagar artificiel lake
Founded by the Kayamkhani Nawabs in the mid 15th century AD, Jhunjhunu is both the capital of shekhawati and its largest town. There are some splendidly painted havelis here like those of Nar Singh Das Tibriwal, Ishwar Das-Mohan Das Modi and the Khaitans. Khatri Mahal (the Wind Palace) dating back to around 1760 A.D. is the most appealing monument here. Besides these, Rani Sati temple and Sri Bihariji Temple are the most revered temples here.

Sikar was founded in the late 17th century and was the largest Feudal state under Jaipur. The fort and temples of Gopinath, Raghunath and Madan Mohan with commendable frescoes are worth visiting. The jubilee Hall, Madho Niwas Kothi, Biwani Haveli, Sodhani Haveli, the Jain temple and a large market are other places of interest.

Founded in the 18th century, Nawalgarh owns the finest of Shekhawati’s frescoes. It has two old forts, palace hotel with garden, fountains along with a host of temples known for their architecture and frescoes make the place interesting. Poddars, Bhagats and Dangaichs are the prominent havelis.

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Maharajahs of Rajasthan ruled the land with bejewelled fists and bequeathed it a legacy of forts that are the best speakers of time.
Palaces or the erstwhile residences of the Maharajahs of yore create a milieu that's inescapably attracting. Come and experience.
The wildlife in Rajasthan is perhaps as exotic as its culture. Be it birds, mammals or reptiles, you'll see varieties you'll lose count of.
As you finish your hunt with forts, palaces and wildlife, get ready to soothe your souls at places like Pushkar, Ajmer Sharif, Dilwara etc.