"City of Cultural Glory", a spectacular riot of vivid colours, adds life to the vast sandy parts of the desert that surround it. You can overcome the Beegon era of its glory through magnificent royal structures. From Chauhano and Gurjaro to Kachchho, Dausa has been a stronghold of many powerful rulers for centuries. The most attractive feature of this place is its vibrant, multi-coloured culture that binds the city to its traditional roots. Often known as Dev Nagri.
The 16th century Khrozi Fort is also worth visiting for its aesthetic appeal. Spiritually inclined travellers can visit many Hindu temples and Mandiro is a group of five pilgrimages dedicated to Lord Shiva. Lord Hanuman"s Mehandipur Bajrangli Temple is an interesting attraction. It is popular as a site for treating black magic devotees and other such situations. Basant Panchami Mela to be held in the month of February is an ideal time to visit the city. The cultural festival is known as Rajasthani folk dance and dausa"s traditional musical style, Hela Khyal.
Dausa has a total of 2 hotels. Including The Umed Lake Palace - an organic retreat, Kalakho (Dausa), Talagaon Castle, etc.
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