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  • Royal state of Rajasthan is known as the most popular centre to appreciate the culture and heritage of Indian past and what will be better than Rajasthan’s village tours to experience the majestic state in an alternate way. Rajasthan is popular for its vibrant and colourful urban communities, dazzling fortifications and camel fairs.

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    However, past the wonderful specimens of Rajputana architectures, majestic landscapes and rich biodiversity, there's another side to the "Land of Kings". This side of Rajasthan can only be explored by stepping out of the urban lifestyle and exploring the life that resides cheerfully in the villages of this state.

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    One of the most seasoned village settlements in the nation, Rajasthan has retained the legacy of Indian culture in these small hamlets. It is in this state where individuals of various different language, colour, caste and creed mix together. Be it the cities or the countryside, the place always fascinates its visitors with its captivating excellence and verifiable significance. 

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    Through the Thar Desert to the major cities of Rajasthan, these villages will bring out another interesting flavour to the sightseeing tour on your vacation. For all tourists visiting Rajasthan, it is highly recommended to pay a visit to these fascinating villages to behold the rustic charm of this state with your own eyes. 

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  • 01Bishnoi Village Tour

    Bishnoi Village Tour

    A must have experience is the Bishnoi Village Safari that tours through the quaint and small village near the city of Jodhpur. There can be two derivations of the word “Bishnoi”. One relates to the Hindu god, Vishnu. The other broken into ‘bish’ and “noi” meaning twenty and nine respectively. This refers to the twenty nine principles that Bishnoi’s follow. Bishnoi village safari is a must include in your Rajasthan village tours.

    The Bishnoi tribe is well known for animal and plant conservation. These villagers protect their soil from erosion by planting fodder for their cattle. Being able deft agriculturists and shepherds, the people from here are also famous for their block printing work. Not only that, many of the village people have made a mark in fields like Information Technology and Defence.

    Most of them though, are still attached to their own land. Bishnoi people are great with clay and are a master in this art. But, unfortunately, pottery is slowly dying because many villagers are looking at other lucrative and better-earning professions.

    On your way to these villages, you will notice Chinkaras and other wildlife roaming freely. If you are lucky enough, you might even spot cranes on your way to the village area. The terrain leading to the Bishnoi villages is usually rugged but you will find a few patches of greenery on the desert.

    You can travel to this village on a jeep or camel safari. The real highlight of Bishnoi Village Safari is a homestay in the village for one night. You must understand that this village is not very large, in reality; they have small hamlets known as dhannis.

    They live in clean, small round mud huts, with thatched roofs. The floor of the huts is plastered with mud. The rugged land surrounding this place is best for hiking that gives a great sight of the wildlife and scenic beauty of the place. During the Bishnoi Village Safari, you can also interact with the villagers. You can try your hands at milking cows and creating pots.

    Location:
     
    Jodhpur

    Best time to go: 
    October to March

    Things to do in Bishnoi Village: 
    Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, Bird watching

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  • 02Khuri Village Tour

    Amongst the village tours of Rajasthan, the Khuri Sand Dunes is a lesser known tourist destination. These dunes are situated in Khrui village, located 42 kms from the city of Jaisalmer. You can easily reach this part of the Thar Desert within thirty minutes from the city of Jaisalmer

    Though Khuri is not as popular as Saam Sand Dunes, it definitely provides an enjoyable experience. The good aspect of this place is that they have managed to escape the commercialization.

    The tourists visiting this place can enjoy a camel safari where the animals are elaborately decorated. The unique houses made of mud and thatched straws here further enhances the appeal of the village. One of the advantages of the Khuri Sand Dunes tour is that you get to stay with the locals in their mud houses.

    One night can be spent in the village with the locals and another in the desert, among the sand dunes. Kalbeliya dance, star gazing, awesome authentic Rajasthani food, camel races and camel polo are all a part of the desert safari. Evening bonfires and folk music will also take your breath away and make this visit a memorable experience!

    It is here that you get to spot rare birds such as Demoiselle cranes and the Great Indian Bustard. While you are here, do visit the nearby Desert National Park. This is one of the largest national parks in India and houses over one twenty migratory and resident birds and if you are a fun loving person or you are with your friends you must visit Jaisalmer as it offers amazing adventurous activities that can be done here.

    Location:
     
    42 Kms from Jaisalmer

    Best time to go: October to March

    Things to do in Khuri Village: 
    Camel Safari, Overnight stay in Sand Dunes, Visit Khuri village reservoir, Village Walk,Visit Desert National Park.

  • 03Bijaipur Village Tour

    You cannot miss visiting the Bijaipur village when on a Rajasthan village tours. This village is situated on the foothills of the Vindhyachal and is located in the south-east corner of the state of Rajasthan and surrounded by Jacaranda and Flame of the Forest. Castle Bijaipur is situated within the heart of the village in its fortified walls. This place was first to be converted into a heritage hotel in 1991.

    The ruling family of the village still resides in the castle and overlooks the heritage hotel. The current family is the thirteenth generation of the ruling dynasty. This castle was built in the sixteenth century by Rao Vijay Singh, a descendant of the great warrior Shakti Singh, younger sibling of Maharana Pratap. It had a specific location in the kingdom of Mewar for defending the Mughal and Maratha armies.

    Today, this place is a haven of peace and the current generation has a cool stable of horses. You can take one out for a ride in the countryside, go bird watching in the nearby lakes and streams. If you are a yoga tour enthusiast then you can take classes daily at dawn from a practising yogi here.

    The hotel also offers a wildlife safari and horse safari. This will help you get a glimpse of the rich wildlife in the state. You can make day trips to Menal Temple, Pangarh Lake and Chittorgarh Fort. If you want to experience royalty then make all your explorations on a horseback.

    Since this castle is located on the foothills of Vindhyachal, you can easily go for trekking around the area. Visit the nearby farmlands, villages and hunting lodges. The treks are personally designed to suit all your needs.

    You can celebrate ceremonies in Rajasthan village tours either lavishly or modestly, depending on what you want. The family living at the castle will offer their suggestions and also help in with the preparations. Your stay is often followed by a bonfire and a gala dinner that remains etched in your memory forever.

    Location:
     
    Chittorgarh

    Best time to go: 
    October to March

    Things to do in Bijaipur Village: 
    Horse Safari, Bird Watching, Visit to Pangarh Lake, Village Walk

  • 04Khimsar Village Tour

    If you wish to have a holistic experience of travelling in Rajasthan exploring renowned, traditional and historical places, then a visit to Khimsar should definitely be on your bucket list. The village located on the edge of the Thar offers one of the most contended rural experiences of Rajasthan.

    The Khimsar Fort, constructed by Prince Rao Karamasji in 1523 is a popular point of interest in this city that allows everyone a brilliant vista of the region. The Khimsar Fort is a prestigious heritage hotel and offers luxurious accommodation. The palace inside the fort, painted in vibrant colours is a feast for the eyes with its fountains, courtyards, and gardens

    The small village enchants the travellers with their mesmerizing desert way of life and numerous places of heritage. Religious, architectural, and natural places will definitely attract the wanderers at Khimsar Village. In midst of the golden sands, one can enjoy a tranquil stay availing all the modern amenities in Khimsar. The small township which boasts of a tranquil desert landscape offers a wide range of experiences to revisit the glorious pages of royalty in Rajasthan. 

    Location: It is located about 92 km from Jodhpur on the highway to Bikaner

    Best Time to Go: November to February 

    Things to Do: One can enjoy Jeep or Camel Safaris in the Khimsar Village for sightseeing to the nearby Sand Dunes.
  • 05Samode Village Tour

    The Samode Village is at a distance of 42 kms from Jaipur in Rajasthan, which is en route to Shekhawati. This is a very small and beautiful village is mainly known for its forts and haveli. A perfect getaway for your family, a tour of the Samode Village will give you a feel of the present rural life in India, along with its cultural traditions.

    When visiting Samode you must take a camel safari for an experience of a lifetime. A camel safari is a great way to explore the village and enjoy watching the real daily customs and traditions. On your exploration trip, you can also interact with the people living in Samode Village as they are popular for their warm nature.

    Here, you can visit the historical lanes, forts and palaces in Samode Village. A camel ride can be entertaining and fun to move to the village area. Your visit to Rajasthan village tours will be incomplete if you do not witness the musical evening put up by the villagers. Unique and rare instruments are played with enthralling folk songs and dances. This is a very colourful show. 

    Another must-see here is the Samode Palace. This is an architectural marvel and was gifted to Gopal Singhji, by his father Prithviraj Singhji. Here, the walls are beautifully painted; the ceilings of the durbar are exquisite. 

    The palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel. When in Samode Village you can also make an excursion trip to the Shekhavati which is a two to three-hour drive from the village. Shekhavati is popular for the mural paintings, wall paintings, and havelis.

    Location:
     42 Kms from Jaipur

    Best time to go: 
    October to March

    Things to do in Samode Village:
    Village Camel Safari, Nature Walks, Dine at Samode Palace 

  • 06Mandawa Village Tour

    Mandawa is a small and beautiful town that lies in the heart of the Shekhavati region in Rajasthan. Popular for its havelis and forts, the architecture and structure of this town suggest that it was a hotspot in the bygone era.  Mandawa, the small town is located approximately 190 km off Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan.

    The small and busy market town of Mandawa was settled in the eighteenth century by the rich merchant families of the region. The havelis and baolis were constructed during this time by the wealthy merchants and have beautiful paintings decorating the walls. With the migration of these merchant families to other regions, the old settlement was not looked after properly. But despite the ignorance, the beauty of the architecture has not completely faded away.

    A visit to Rajasthan village tours remains incomplete if you do not visit the beautiful Castle Mandawa which provides a real sense of discovery at every turn. The battlements offer a perfect view of the whole city, the stunning peacock weather van, arched window overlooking a garden and a garden that is usually visited by “peacocks”! The best thing about this place is that no two rooms are alike. In one room you can find the murals, in another, you can see the beauty of a marble fountain.

    The Castle Mandawa has been turned into a heritage hotel where you can easily stay and feel like a king or queen! There are other popular havelis that you can visit during your stay in Mandawa. Chowkhani Haveli, Saraf Haveli, Ladia Haveli are some of the splendid examples. These havelis boast of splendid gateways, paintings and mural work. You must explore the town in a camel or a horse safari as this will provide you with an earthy feeling and will double the adventure.

    Location:
     190 kms from Jaipur

    Best time to go: October to March

    Things to do in Mandawa Village: 
    Camel Ride, Walking tour of painted Havelis.

  • 07Kuchaman Village Tour

    Located in the Nagaur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan, this beautiful village of Rajasthan is embedded with rich history and culture. The ideal tourist destination is well known for its Shekhawati style architecture taking inspirations for fresco paintings from Hindu mythology.

    Among Rajasthan village tours, Kuchaman gives the tourists a pleasant opportunity to peek into the heritage of magnificent structures and exquisite craftsmanship of the great havelis. Some of the popular tourist sites in Kuchaman are Meera Mahal, Lok Dev Temple, Sabha Prakash, China Pole, etc.

    The popular heritage city, founded in 1781 is one of the most bustling historical places of Rajasthan. The impressive Kuchaman
    fort, perched at the top of a 1000 ft cliff offers a splendid view of the city. Today it has become a popular heritage hotel allowing you to enjoy a cozy stay in the lap of luxury.

    Meera Mahal is another beautiful palace in Kuchaman city built by Ranjit Singh dedicated to the poet-saint Meerabai, a dedicated devotee of Lord Krishna. Sambar Salt Lake, Sheesh Mahal, Meena Bazaar, Sunheri Burj, Jal Mahal, and Maa Kali Mandir are some of the other places of interest in Kuchaman village. 

    Location: Kuchaman village is located in Nagaur district of Rajasthan

    Best Time to Go: October to February are the best months to embark on Kuchaman village tour in Rajasthan. 

    Things to Do: Some of the popular activities include Horse Safaris, Camel Safaris, Village Safaris, Bird watching and Temple excursions. 
  • 08Chandelao Village Tour

    Located about 40 kilometres away from the city of Jodhpur, it is a perfect place to relax on a day trip and enjoy a different perspective of village life here. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this place is a renowned tourist attraction for vacationers who visit this village occupied by just 2000 people.

    So, if you’re looking to get away from your hectic city life to relax in an ambience where only the sounds of chirping birds and the fresh breeze greet you, then Chandelao is the most idyllic place among Rajasthan village tours. Chandelao Garh, known for its regal allure and charming beauty was once the ancestral home to the former generals of Marwar is the main attraction of this village.

    Today it is popularly known for being one of the most sought-after homestays in Rajasthan run by Mr Praduman Singh, the present owner of Chandelao Garh, and descendant of the original generals of Marwar.

    Location: It is located about 40 kms away from the city of Jodhpur.

    Best Time to Go: The best season of the year to travel to Chandelao is between the months of October to March. 

    Things to Do: The most interesting things on Chandelao Village tour involves a visit to Chandelao Garh and explore the arts and crafts of this village. 

Attractions

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Chittorgarh Fort

Chittorgarh Fort is one of the most important places to visit in Chittorgarh. This historical fort is the pride of the Rajasthani town as it stands imposingly upon the top of a hill, looking down protectively over the city. Nearly all of Chittorgarh’s attractions are housed inside the fort. 

The Chittorgarh Fort is a massive structure which was first built in the 7th century and covers an area of approximately 700 acres. There are several grand sights to be seen inside the fort itself apart from the commanding views that can be seen of the environs of Chittorgarh.

The fort, which is also known as Water Fort, contained 84 water bodies inside its grounds, of which 22 exist today. The Vijay Stambh, Kirti Stambh, Rana Kumbha Palace, Meera mandir and other consequential structures are also housed inside the formidable fort. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: Rs. 10 for Indians; Rs. 100 for foreigners 
Location: Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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Bala Quila Fort

Also known as the Alwar Fort, the BalaQuila Fort is one of the most historic destinations in Alwar, and is one of the tourist attractions in Alwar that should not be missed when you are in the Rajasthani city. Extending over an area of 5 kilometres, the fort stands stern and forbidding at a height of 1000 feet with 15 large and 51 small towers and 446 openings for musketry.

It was first built by Hasan Khan Mewati in 1550, but has since seen various dynasties rule over it as Alwar passed into the hands of Khanzadas, Mughals, Pathans and Jats. The fort still stands as imposing as ever, and is a great place to visit during an evening in the city. 

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm 
Location: Bala Quila   Rd, Near Nikumbha Mahal Palace, Alwar, Rajasthan 301001
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Bhangarh fort

If you are looking for some thrills in Alwar, visiting its “most haunted place” is the best way to fulfil the desire. Bhangarh Fort, on the border of the Sariska Tiger Reserve, has long held its spooky reputation. Though it is a well-preserved fort, the ‘supernatural’ occurrences that seem to occur within its premises tend to ward off many people.

If you are eager to explore Alwar in all its facets, haunted and otherwise, a visit to this fort is a must. Do it while the light lasts, since ghosts are said to hang out here at night. Though spooky, Bhangarh Fort is one of the best places to visit in Alwar for some unique memories.  

Timings: 6 am to 6 pm
Location: Gola ka baas, Rajgarh Tehsil, Alwar, Bhangarh, Rajasthan 301410
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Tower of Fame (Kirti Stambh)

The Kirti Stambha is a one of the lovely tourist attractions of Chittorgarh. Housed inside the massive Chittorgarh Fort, this 12th century tower stands as a monument to Adinathji, the 1st Jain Teerthankar.

It is decorated with the naked figures of the Digambars, and reflects the cultural beliefs of the Digambars comprehensively. There are seven storeys in the tower, and a narrow and steep staircase leads to the top from where views of the Chittorgarh environs can be taken in. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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The Palace Museum

The Palace Museum, also known as the Government Museum, is a worthwhile place to visit when in the city. There is a wonderful range of artefacts that are displayed in the museum that speak of the history of Rajasthan, and of Alwar in particular.

The entire collection of the museum comes from the Royal families reserves and consists of 234 sculptures, 11 inscriptions, 9702 coins, 35 metal objects, 2565 paintings & manuscripts, 2270 arms & weapons and 1809 objects of local art, crafts and musical instruments. Spending a couple of hours in the museum is a good way to initiate yourself into the history of Alwar and take back memories of its unique culture and tradition. 

Timings:10 am to 5 pm
Location: City Palace, Alwar, India
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Vijay Stambha (Victory tower)

The Vijay Stambha stands tall and mighty in the premises of the Chittorgarh Fort. Built in 1440 AD by Maharana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over Mohamed Khilji, this 9-storyed tower is adorned by sculptures of Hindu deities around and reflects the historical traditions of its age quite successfully.

The view from the top of the structure is breathtaking- there are steep steps that lead to the top of the tower, from where the whole town is revealed in all its glory. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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Siliserh Lake Palace

Siliserh Lake Palace is an erstwhile royal palace and hunting lodge located on the banks of the Siliserh Lake that has now been converted into a heritage hotel which is run by RTDC. The hotel makes for a perfect dropback to a romantic holiday because of the beauty of its exteriors and the simple elegance of its interiors.

The lake is perfect for fishing, sailing and boating. It is also a wonderful budget option for those who wish to enjoy luxury but do not wish to burn a hole in their pocket for the experience. The in-house restaurant offers a great range of Indian and Continental cuisines that are soul-satisfying and filling. 

Price: 2000- 3000 INR/ 50- 80 USD per night approx.
Location:Siliserh Circle, Alwar 301001, India
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Padmini's Palace

Loacted inside the Chittorgarh Fort, the Padmani Palace has a unique history attached to it making it one of the must-visit attractions in Chittorgarh fort. This palace was the reason for the battle betweenAla-ud-din Khilji and Rana Ratan Singh. Padmini Palace was the very legendary palace from where Ala-ud-din Khilji was permitted to obtain a glimpse of Padmini in a mirror placed in the main hall.

Allured by her beauty, Ala-ud-din Khilji fought a fierce battle with Rana Ratan Singh, husband of Rani Padmini. A visit to this palace gives one an insight not only into the history of Chittorgarh but also into human passions. The palace overlooks a lovely pool, and the views from inside are delightful.
 
Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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Rana Kumbha Palace

Rana Kumbha Palace is one of the most interesting places to visit in Chittorgarh fort. The massive proportions of the ruined edifice of the palace reveal what an imposing structure it was in the height of its glory. Rana Kumbha Palace is the largest monument in the Chittorgarh Fort and has a grand history attached to it. It has been the residence to people like Bappa Rawal, Maharana Kumbha, rani Padmani, Princess Meera Bai among others.

Legend of Panna Dhai, who saved infant Udai Singh with the heart-breaking sacrifice of her infant son, is also associated with this palace. The dungeons of this palace are also supposed to be the place where Rani Padmani and the other women of the palace committed Johar. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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Hill Fort Kesroli

Ancient fort turned heritage hotel, Hill Fort Kesroli is a magnificent place to indulge yourself in when on vacation in Alwar. It is a beautiful structure to look upon, and just as gorgeous to inhabit. The décor is in keeping with the traditional image of the fort, and history still has a presence in the long glossy halls of the hotel.

A stay in this fort allows you to escape the everyday bustle of Alwar while letting you immerse yourself in its culture and tradition as you rest your body in relaxation. 

Price: 5000- 8000 INR/ 70- 100 USD per night approx. 
Location: Near M.I.A Post Office-Bahala, District Alwar, Kesroli
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Sariska Palace

This luxurious resort near the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary offers you the indulgence of a luxury hotel at the rate of a budget accommodation. Staying in this Palace during your stay in Alwar will allow you to experience the best of Alwar’s wild scenery, decadent luxury, and gracious courtesy.

The palace is located close to the sanctuary and the haunted fort, thereby offering its guests some of the best sights and sounds to be had in Alwar. 

Price: 1500- 2000 INR/ 30- 50 USD per night approx. 
Location: Near Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Alwar, Sariska, Rajasthan 301022
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Kalika Mata Temple

Built originally in the 8th century, this serene temple was dedicated to the worship of the sun god before it was converted into a shrine for Kalika, an incarnation of Goddess Durga, in the 14th century. This temple is one of the most important pilgrimage attractions in Chittorgarh, and should not be missed when touring the grounds of the Chittorgarh fort.

The architecture of the temple reflects the devotion of its builders- a lot of hard work has been put into the intricate carvings and embellishments that adorn the ancient walls of the temple. Even though it is partially in ruins now, the beauty of the temple still shines through. 

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort 
Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001
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City Palace Alwar

The City Palace of Alwar is actually a fort that is located right below the Alwar Fort in the foothills of the Aravalli ranges.  Built in the 18th century, this fort reflects its rich cultural heritage in its blend of the Mughal and Rajput architectural styles.

Though it mainly houses government offices today; the City palace is one of the best places to visit in Alwar. The Palace houses an artificial lake inside its premises as well as a museum that is one of the best in the state. A visit to the City palace will allow you to experience the best of Alwar in a comprehensive way. 

Timings: 10 am to 5 pm
Location: City Palace, Alwar
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Sanwariaji Temple

Sanwariaji Temple is one of the most renowned places to visit in Chittorgarh. The massive temple complex is considered second in religious importance only to the Krishna Temple in Nathdwara, and is a popular pilgrimage shrine in Rajasthan. Located approximately 40 kilometres away from Chittorgarh, this temple is a lovely place to spend a couple of pious hours in.

Serenity and positivity enrich the ambience of the temple, and the sacrosanct halls make for a peaceful place to mediate and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Visiting the temple as soon as dawn breaks is a pleasant way to experience the solitude and quiet that the temple offers.
 
Timings: 5 am to 12 pm; 2.30 pm to 11 pm
Price: Free entry 
Location: Bhadsoda and Mandphiya village, Dist. Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, Bhadsora, Rajasthan 312024
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Sathis Deori Temple

Located inside the Chittorgarh fort, close to Fateh Prakash Palace, this temple is one of the best sacred places to visit in Chittorgarh fort. The temple forms a part of the Jain temple complex, and is the largest amongst them. This massive Shwetamber Jain Temple was built in the 11th century and celebrates the life and virtues of Bhagawan Adinatha. 


The name of the temple signifies that at some point in history, there were twenty-seven temples inside this temple alone. Though no trace of these monuments remains, the SathisDeori Temple is a grand sight to behold in and of itself. The architecture is to be marvelled at for its intricate detailing and awe-inspiring domes. Sitting quietly in the temple allows you to immerse yourself in its ancient solitude.

Timings: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm

Price: You only need to pay the entry price for the fort

Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan 312001

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Vijay Mandir Palce

One of the most famous tourist attractions in Alwar, the Vijay Mandir Palace is one destination you simply cannot miss while touring the city. It is located 10 kilometres away from the main city and is spread over a vast area of land.

The imposing structure attracts the eye from far off, and reflects its grandeur in the best possible way. The picturesque image is magnified in beauty by the reflection which sparkles in the lake below. An hour spent roaming the halls and grounds of this Palace will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated, and you will return to Alwar armed with many Instagram-worthy images too. 

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm
Price: Free 
Location: Alwar District, Near Vijay Sagar Lake, Alwar, India

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