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QUICK FACTS
Location: Jhalwar district, Southeast Rajasthan.
Famous for/as: History, architechture and exquisite cave paintings.
Weather:
Summer (Mar - Jun): 22 °C to 42°C.
Winter (Oct to Feb): 5°C to 25°C
Monsoon  (Jul to Sep): Medium rainfalls.
STD CODE : 07432
BEST TIME TO VISIT : October to February.
NEAR BY JHALWAR
TRAVEL IN JHALWAR SHOW MAP

Initialy Jhalawar was within the state of Kota but in 1838 separate State of  Jhalawar was created by British India. The city was previously known as Brijnagar.

Surounded by thick forests the city of Jhalwar is popular for its wondeful encient cave paintings, massively build forts, exotic wild life and a brilient country side covered with red poppy fields and orange orchards.

MUST SEE IN JHALWAR

Jhalwar city can be best explored by foot and for the outskirts ‘Horse-Safari’ is a good option. Small wonder then that the city looks fascinating and colourful during winters. 

The massive fort Garh Palace is located in the centre of the city. There are excellant paintings on the walls and mirrors.

The Museum here has a collection of rare manuscripts and sculptures.

Fort Gagron (12 km from Jhalwar), another tourisrs destination, is surrounded on three sides by rivers.

Also visit Buddhists Kolvi and Vinayka (90 km) known for 7th century old rock cut caves.

Jhalrapatan (City of Bells):

Jhalrapatan (City of Bells) : Established by Parmara Chandra Sen, the grandson of Maharaja Vikramaditya, Jhalrapatan is situated on the banks of the sacred river Chandrabhaga. Colonel James Todd mentions108 temples here. Enveloped within its old w...

FAIR & FESTIVAL IN JHALWAR

Chandrabhaga Kartik Fair (October - November)     On the banks of river Chandrabhaga, in the month of Kartik, a large cattle fair next in the size to that of Pushkar fair is held on the occasion of Kartik Purnima. Pilgrims from Hadoti region and parts of the neighboring state Madhya Pradesh come and bathe in the holy waters of Chandrabhaga river. The peasants bathe and worship, are variously entertained, and delight in the dazzling wares of the roadside stalls and small shops. Various cultural activities are held by Rajasthan Tourism Department.

Holi (March), Gangaur (March-April), Id-Ul-Fitr , Id-Ul-Zuha, Id-e-Milad, Dussehra (September - October)and Diwali (October - November) is celebrated with othr parts of the state.

REACH JHALWAR
AIR
RAIL

The nearest railway station is Ramganjmandi (25 Km). Bhawani Mandi (45 Km), Kota Junction (87 Km) are also good options.

ROAD

Buses are available for all major cities. Important road distances : Jaipur (330 Km), Ajmer (292 Km), Udaipur (385 Km), Bundi (125 Km), Bhopal (265 Km), Indore (235 Km), Delhi (590 Km).

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