Mandawa Fort in Mandawa India

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The Mandawa Fort is one of the most famous forts in Mandawa. It is located in the midst of Aravalli Hills in Rajasthan. The Mandawa fort is such a great attraction for tourists as it helps in revealing a lot about the rich history of the place along with revealing the unique features of Rajasthani architecture. Adorned with beautiful frescos, Mandawa Fort presents a sight to behold. Frequented by many tourists, the fort offers innumerable matchless experiences.

The 17th-century fort belongs to the Rajputana clan. The fort has been revamped into a heritage hotel and offers a memorable stay. Horse Safaris and a visit to the Badalgarh Fort are an added plus.

Laxmangarh Fort is perched on a scattered rock and thus grabs huge attention. The fort is privately owned and due to this remains close to the public but a trek to the temple nearby excites many.

Marvel at the paintings of Jhunjhunu was dotted with a number of havelis adorned with beautiful frescoes, Jhunjhunu is a paradise for art lovers. The district also flaunts the Rani Sati temple which is a 400 years old shrine.

Flaunting distinctive paintings and elegant interiors, the Saraf Haveli cast a spell on the visitors. The haveli has served as the shooting site of many Bollywood movies. A must-visit place for the art and architecture lovers, the castle steals the limelight for being the dwelling place of the Sarafs or the jewelers.

Surana Haveli is not just a haveli, rather it is a group of havelis. One of the most famous amongst them is the Surana Double Haveli which is a six-storied mansion with 1111 windows.

Sethani ka Johara is a water reservoir which looks truly beautiful during the sunset. Various animals and birds can be spotted nearby the reservoir.

 

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