Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day Tour
Tour Details –
- Enjoy your visit to Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day Tour, a region renowned for its impressive architecture and sumptuous history.
- Visit the location that has grown to be a popular tourist destination.
- Shekhawati draws many tourists because of the area’s rich heritage.
- Shekhawati is also renowned as an outdoor art gallery because to the vast selection of frieze paintings seen in the impressive structures.
- Explore Shekhawati’s magnificently designed countryside.
- Wonderful experience for everyone who appreciates a great creative tradition.
- knowledgeable tour guides to handle all the vacation necessities.
- Discover the region’s well-known locations, such as Dunload, Navalgarh, and Mandawa.
- Understand the background of Shekhawati’s history and cultural heritage.
- At the end of the Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day Tour, you will have lasting memories that will remind you of the fantastic excursion you took.
- The trip includes transportation, pick-up and drop-off at the hotel.
Safety and comfort are the primary criteria for determining if a trip is successful and memorable, which is why the best Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day tour package we provide that guarantee these aspects are widely favoured by commuters. The Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day Tour starts with pickup from the accommodation. You may reach the semi-arid ancient expanse of Shekhawati in northeastern Rajasthan by driving 180 kilometres from Jaipur. The Shekhawati region’s unique architectural style is a real blessing for all art lovers.
There are a variety of magnificent and modern paintings throughout the step wells, cenotaph, palaces, charity inns, and forts, depicting everything from Hindu Gods to trains to British domination and much more. Beautiful artwork is visible in the Shekhawati area. The private guide will give information on the history of this extensive ethnic heritage. The Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day Tour includes transportation with an English-speaking driver, hotel pickup, and hotel drop-off.
Rajasthan’s Shekhawati area is renowned for being an outdoor art gallery. You may explore several of these “galleries” on an easy day journey from Jaipur, stopping at as many lovely villages with frescoes as you wish. With this convenient day excursion, you may avoid the trouble of making reservations for trains or buses from Jaipur and return to Jaipur at the end of the day. Easy transportation from Jaipur to Shekhawati on a round-trip basis On a private tour, you’ll get individualised attention from a qualified guide. Lunch and admission prices are included. A good day trip in Rajasthan for time-pressed tourists
What to Expect
The region of beautiful havelis, evoking bygone eras, best captures the splendour of Shekhawati, which includes Sikar, Jhunjhunu, and Churu. It is a significant landmark and popular tourist site in vibrant Rajasthan. This gorgeous region, which is situated on the northern border of Rajasthan and was once Rao Shekha’s stronghold, gets its name from the former.
A tourist’s paradise, Shekhawati. The terrain is dotted with several stunning havelis or stately homes that are sure to pique one’s interest. A real lover of art and architecture will find it to be their home. The energy of this energetic terrain is captured in a riot of colour. During the eighteenth century and the first part of the twentieth century, exquisitely decorated havelis proliferated. Mythology and flora are related.
With us, you can leave all your worries behind and take the most enjoyable Jaipur Shekhawati Same Day tour. With a staff of knowledgeable and committed tour guides, the top vehicle rental companies in Jaipur are here to make the trip an amazing one. The group will leave Jaipur in the morning and travel 180 kilometres to Shekhawati after being picked up from the hotel.
Due to its beautiful architecture and extensive history, the location is also well-known as an open-air art gallery. You may take in a glimpse of a number of the area’s well-known tourist destinations, including Ramgarh, Mandawa, Fatehpur, Alsisar, Bagar, Khetri, Khandela, Bisssau, Dunload, and Sikar, among others.
A small town called Mandawa, located in the centre of Shekhawati, is well-known for its Fort palace and havelis with traditional designs. After catching a sight of these palace buildings, you will be reminded of the historical significance of the Shekhawati region in terms of both community and ethnicity.
Another well-known haveli known for its perplexing paintings is Binsidhar Newatia’s.
The well-known fort of Nawalgarh, built by Thakur Nawal Singh in AD 1737, will be the next stop. You will be dropped off at the hotel at the conclusion of the sightseeing.
Departure Time: 7:00 AM Departure Location: From your reputable Jaipur hotel, the train station, or the airport
Return information: Drop off at your chosen Jaipur hotel, the train station, or the airport.
This tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off in Jaipur.
Usage of a private car
Taxes, fees, and holding costs in total
Hotel pickup and drop-off with a private tour guide
Tour Customization or Modification
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ATTRACTIONS AND LOCATION IN SHEKHAWATI TO VISIT AND DISCOVER
SETHANI KA JOHARA
On the north side of the Ratangarh road, about 5 km west of Churu, is Sethani Ka Johara. It is perhaps the best johara (reservoir) in the region since it regularly stores water from one monsoon to the next while also being aesthetically pleasing. It was constructed in 1899 by Bhagwan Das Bagla’s widow as a component of the famine relief initiatives that the merchants funded during those dreadful years at the turn of the century. It is a calm area that attracts a variety of animals and birds throughout the winter, including Nilgais.
KANHAIYALAL BAGLA HAVELI
The stunning Kanhaiyalal Bagla Haveli is located to the south of the main market. The haveli, built around 1880, has the best latticework and architectural designs seen in the Shekhawati area. The love folktale couple Dhola and Maru are shown riding a camel in the murals and wall paintings of the haveli. The tales of Dhola-Maru, the lovers escaping on their camel, are also represented on the walls of the haveli.
AATH KAMBH CHHATRI
The eight-pillared dome known as Aath Kambh Chhatri, one of the structures with significant historical value, is located on the town’s northern edge. The chhatri, which is located between the buildings next to the vegetable market’s western side, is thought to have been built around 1776. The foundation of the building has essentially been covered up by wind-blown sand over time, but the interiors are still beautifully decorated with murals and stone carvings.
The Ratangarh Fort, which is situated on the Agra-Bikaner Highway, was constructed in the early 18th century by Surat Singh and named after his son Ratan Singh. It has majestic gates, a number of monuments (most of which are now in ruins), and a clock tower known as Ghantaghar. An attractive tourist site, the Ratangarh Fort is flanked by a number of ethnic settlements.
This temple, which is pleasing to the sight, appears straightforward from the exterior but within boasts a magnificent architectural grandeur. Beautiful mural paintings decorate the projected foliated arch at the entryway. Because of its accessibility from every region of Churu and the tranquilly of the temple, it should be on your agenda.
DIGAMBAR JAIN TEMPLE
150 years old and considered a work of art in and of itself, the Jain Temple. Instead of a temple courtyard, its interiors resemble an opulent royal court. Some of the greatest gold-painted artworks, mostly based on advice for moral life, can be seen in this temple. Glass art reminiscent of the Rajput era’s splendour is used to decorate the walls and the interior.
TAL CHHAPAR SANCTUARY
This sanctuary, which has the name of the Chhapar hamlet, is well known for providing a shelter for black bucks and a variety of species. It is situated in Churu’s Sujangarh Tehsil and approximately 210 km from Jaipur. It resembles a savannah due to its wide open spaces and tree-dotted meadows. A bird watcher’s dream, the sanctuary is home to a variety of species, including the eastern imperial eagle, black ibis, demoiselle cranes, skylarks, and ring doves. The desert fox and desert cat are also visible here.
The most spectacular structure in town is Fort Laxmangarh, which dominates the well-organized settlement on its western side. Laxmangarh Fort is one of the finest examples of fort building in the entire globe. It is constructed on various fragments of enormous boulders. A wonderful aerial perspective of Laxmangarh, which was built to replicate the busy capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur, is available from the top of the ramp.
MANSA DEVI TEMPLE
About 25 km from Udaipurwati in the district of Jhunjhunu, Mansa Mata Temple is located in the hills of Khoh-Guda hamlet. About 5 km to the west of Khoh village, in a hillside region apart from the bustle of daily life, is where you’ll find Mansa Devi Temple. Throughout Navratras, a large number of worshippers attend the Mata shrine.
Bara Mandir, another name for Raghunathji Mandir, is situated close to Ratangarh town. The temple, which is dedicated to Lord Raghunath or Rama, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu, is said to have been built in the early 19th century. The temple has a single story and a raised entrance. A succession of cupolas are seen on the temple’s roof. One is said to be freed from life’s suffering by visiting the temple.
In the year 1508 AD, Kayamkhani Nawab Fateh Mohd founded the city of Fatehpur. In 1516, he also built the Fort of Fatehpur. At one time, the city was Sikar’s seat of government. Today, Fatehpur is regarded as Shekhawati’s cultural epicentre. There are many breathtaking places to see there, but the Dwarkadheesh Mandir, Singhania Haveli, Nadine Le Prince Cultural Centre, and Fatehchandka Haveli stand out as the most impressive.
The Poddar family founded Ramgarh in 1791, and at the time of its founding, it was regarded as one of India’s wealthiest towns. The artwork, historic temples, cenotaphs, and havelis of Ramgarh are well known. In terms of sightseeing, Ramgarh has a much to offer, but the Ramgopal Chhatri (cenotaph) and Poddar’s Haveli are particularly well-liked by visitors.
One of the most outstanding examples of exquisite art and structural design in the Shekhawati area is the Khetri Mahal in Khetri, Jhunjhunu. It is sometimes referred to as Jhunjhunu’s Wind Palace. The Khetri Mahal was erected in 1770. Even though Khetri Mahal is known as the Wind Palace, it lacks neither windows nor doors, which is a remarkable fact. The unbroken flow of wind that consistently distinguishes Khetri Mahal from other structures is what gives it its unmistakability. A clever network of pillars and arches connects almost all of the Mahal’s chambers, providing a gorgeously proportioned view of the citadel.
SUNSET POINT MODA PAHAR
The city of Jhunjhunu’s Moda Pahar is a well-liked location to see the setting sun. Several migrating birds call this area, which is close to the Ajit Sagar Lake’s borders, home. This location is a popular among travellers due to its unadulterated beauty.
RANI SATI MANDIR
Famous temple Rani Sati Mandir is located in Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu district. This shrine, which has a more than 400-year history, is a symbol of the strength and spirit of women. It is renowned for its splendour and exceptional artwork. Additionally, it is a component of one of the earliest known Indian pilgrimages.
HAZRAT QAMRUDDIN SHAH’S DARGAH
The Kamaruddin Shah Dargah is located at the base of the Nehara Pahar, west of the Khetri Mahal. The elaborate dargah (tomb) of the Sufi saint Kamaruddin Shah is located in the core of the evocative complex, which also includes a mosque and a madrasa that are situated around a charming courtyard and still have some of their original frescoes.
You must visit Nawalgarh if you appreciate art. Nawalgarh, which is situated between Jhunjhunu and Sikar, is well known for its stunning havelis. Here, you may view some of the havelis’ finest frescoes. Bhagato Ki Haveli, Morarka Haveli, Grand Haveli, Koolwal Kothi, Roop Niwas Palace, Aaath Haveli, and more well-known havelis can be found here. Additionally, several films, including some international and Indian ones, have been filmed here. In the city of Nawalgarh, there is a remarkable museum called the Dr. Ramnath A. Poddar Museum.
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