Bhilwara is located in the Mewar region of Shahi of Rajasthan, known as the city of vibrant culture and clothing. It is often referred to as "Rajasthan, the textile city". Apart from this, the city is also very famous for its "Fade Paintings", it has been awarded a huge repository of minerals, which makes it a "Zoo of Minerals". The nature of this place is full of natural rock formations and temples, for example, the Balaji of Kyara is the place where the idol of Lord Balaji is engraved in a huge stone. Another such example is Udan Chatri.
The city is also full of temples. Many are dedicated to Lord Shiva, who has pleased people with its architecture, carvings and of course religious significance. Baghore Sahib for Sikhs, where Guru Gobind Singh used to rest during his journey. Harni Mahadev, located near the natural waterfall, this Lord Shiva mandir is surrounded by lush green hills. It has a large stone Shivling.
Meja Dam is technically a reservoir for the residents, the dam area is surrounded by the best natural environment and is an ideal tourist and picnic spot. Jatun Temple, Jatun Temple, established in the middle of the 11th century, is located in the Junavas area of the famous heritage tourist destination which is known to be more than 900 years old. Kyara ke Balaji, it is an important religious site, some popular temples near this site are Beeda"s Mataji Temple, Patola Mahadev Temple, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Ghat Rani Temple. Pur Udan Chatri, a popular historical attraction of this place which is famous for its magnificent and ancient flying mats.
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