The open gallery of Rajasthan, Shekhawati was named after Rao Shekha ji and it literally means Shekha named garden. The climatic condition of Shekhawati is very blissful and extreme, in the summer there are hot waves of air, which are called Lu. Havelian, the main attraction here is Havelian. These havelis are adorned with very beautiful murals and have completely forged and carved windows. Every havelis have stunning windows. It is decorated with mirror work and painted with gold or silver leaves. Dundlod, the place to see in this city is located in the center of Dundlod region. Its famous havelis are Goenka and Jagathia havelis. Jhunjhunu city is a popular city for its magnificent havelis.
Which has many murals on it with colored glass windows. Some other tourist attractions include Khetri Mahal (18th century), Medtani Bauri (Kadam-Kuan) and Bihariji Temple. Fatehpur was once ruled by Muslim Nawabs and the historic city has some beautiful havelis. Singhania and Deora havelis of the city are adorned with frescoes. Some other havelis are Bagar and Bissau. It was once the stronghold of Rajput ruler Rao Sheka at the northern end of Rajasthan. The city is the seventh heaven for art and architecture enthusiasts. No wonder this tourist paradise offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of the rich and famous Rajput rulers who rule the land of Rajasthan. Apart from Havelio, Shekhawati also attracts for its kilos, Bavdios and temples.
Ratangarh Fort is another majestic tourist destination in Shekhawati. Which is known for its huge size and entrance doors. Sikar is known for special tourist attractions in Shekhawati such as its clock tower, painted Biyani Havelio and large market. Explore the beautiful Nawalgarh with its finest murals. Some exceptionally beautiful havelis and late 19th century Marwari era. Marvels in Laxmangarh, featuring the magnificent Laxmangarh Fort, magnificent havelis and the famous Rakhi Muralimanohar Temple.
Why Go To Shekhawati
Havelis, Mandiro |
Best time to visit Shekhawati
The best time to go Shekhawati is from October to March.