It is commonly known as Brajnagar. There is a lake in the city which is the main attraction here. Located near the city, an ancienttemplecalled Chandravati, one can expect to inspect the areas and the orange garden and see the lush green white and pink poppies in winter. Attempts to explore the various elements of Rajasthan, along with the distinctive landscape and the palaces, forts andtemplesof Rajputs, as well as various cultural attractions of theMughalperiod, are the major attractions presented.
Apart from this, the southeastern city of Rajasthan also boasts of its flora. Kilos and temples like Jhalawar Fort, Gagron Fort and Chandrabhaga Temple dominate. The beautiful city is dominated by 19th century temples and shrines such as Jhalawar Fort, Gagron Fort and Chandrabhaga Temple.
Its most attractive and dangerous area is Bhavani Natya Shala. Nothing can be better than this if one is looking for a flamboyant and aggressive place to spend the upcoming holiday. The city was ruined during Aurangzeb"s time. Many ruins can be found here which are really worth a visit. Many temples are located in and around Jhalawar. Sheetleshwar Mahadev Temple is famous. Other interesting spots are Gagaron Fort, Chandrabhaga Temple, Rene Basera, Jhalawar Fort, Jhalrapatan and Government Museum.
Why Go To Jhalawar
The lake, an ancient temple, a lush green panoramic white, pink popdrink, distinctive landscape, rajput palaces, kilos and mandiro |
Best time to visit Jhalawar
It is better to go to the space between October and February when the climate is light. Chandran Mela is one of the most important festivals held at Jhalrappatan in the month of Karthik (October-November) every year.