place for group and family stay. It offers AC
rooms and Non AC rooms with modern amenities.
Restaurant serves variety of cuisine and well
stocked bar offers drinks including scotch, wine
and beer. Hotel provide traveler an experience
of Rajasthan with safety and security.
Airport: The Sanaganer Airport at Jaipur is
the closest one from the Sheklhawati region. The
airport is well connected to other destinations
within and outside the state. 130 Kms.
Bus Stand: Shekhawati lies within the angle
formed by NH-8(Jaipur- Delhi) and NH-11(Jaipur-Bikaner).
Some important road distances from the Shekhawati
region are Sikar - Delhi :299 km, Sikar - Jaipur
:114 km, Sikar - Jhunjhunu :70 km, Jhunjhunu -
Delhi : 251 km, Jhunjhunu - Jaipur :182 km, Jhunjhunu
- Bikaner : 230 km, Jhunujhunu - Churu : 52 km,
Sikar- Ladnu: 90 km and Sikar - Churu : 90 km.
Railway Station: The Shekhawati region
has numerous railheads like Jhunjhunu, Dundlod-Mukudgarh
and Nawalgarh. The three railheads are the best
base to explore Mandawa and its surrounding areas.
The The Shekhawati Express and the Jaipur-Lohari
Express connects all the three station to Jaipur
Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets with
running Hot & Cold Water & Colour Television
facility available in each room
Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian
and Continental cuisine.
Fax & STD
Tariff on EP
Season Tariff - Apr to Sept
Tariff - Oct. to March
: Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt. order
at the time of Check out.
Tariff is subject to change without any notice
EP = Room Rent
Hotel - RTDC
Contact Person: Mr. Mohar Singh
Mobile: +91 9460169061
town of Jhunjhunu was founded by Kaimkhani Nawabs
in the middle of the 15th century, and remained
under their control until it was taken by the
Rajput ruler Sardul Singh in 1730 AD, which lasted
till the Indian independence. It was in Jhunjhunu
that the British based their Shekhawati brigade,
a troop raised locally in the 1830s to try to
halt the activities of the dacoits (bandits).
were largely local petty rulers who had decided
it was easier to become wealthy by pinching other
peoples¿ money than by earning their own.
Jhunjhunu is one of the largest towns of Shekhawati
and is the current district headquarters. It has
some of the region¿s most beautiful buildings
and should not be missed. The artistically painted
havelis of Muragh Das Modi, and the Khaitans are
Attractions of Jhunjhunu
Bihari Ji Temple
It is a temple in Jhunjhunu, which is immensely
popular for its antique paintings. Sri Biharji
Temple is from a similar period and contains some
fine murals, although these too have suffered
over the years.
Shri Ranisatiji Mandir
Located in Jhunjhunu, it is one of the exemplary
temples in India. It is one of the ancient pilgrimages
in the country which is a historic, unprecedented
masterpiece affording a panoramic view.
The Khetri Mahal
A fine minor palace dating back to around 1760
AD. It has very elegant lines and is architecturally
the most sophisticated building in the region,
though not in the greatest condition.
The Modi and Tiberwala Havelis
Both in the main bazaar, these are covered with
murals, and the latter one is particularly interesting.
The town also has a number of 'chhatris' and wells.
The Sati Chowk
A magnificent portrayal of the highest is situated
in the Pradhan Mand with the imposing Shikhar.
The entire edifice in white marble is enchanting.
The main Temple of Shri Rani Satiji houses the
main sanctum sanctoram. Qamruddin Shah ki Darghah,
Mertani Baori, Laxminath Temple, Khetan Haveli,
Ishwardas Mohandas Haveli, Badal Garh, Birdhi
Chand Well and Ajeet Sagar are some of the places
worth visiting. It is also famous for colourful
town exudes an old world charm and the colourful
bazaar has the largest number of painted havelis
in Shekhawati. The fort, now a little disfigured,
is yet worthy of attention. There are numerous
havelis worth seeing. more..
treasure- trove of beautiful frescoes, it is a
historic town which was once ruled by the muslim
nawabs. The frescoes on the Devra and Singhania
haveli are an outstanding combination of Indian
and western styles.
medieval fort of Mandawa gradually rises on the
horizon like a mirage. A painted arched gateway
adorned with Lord Krishna and his cows leads to
the bazaar. A fine view of the town can be seen
from the terrace of the castle of Mandawa. Notables
among the havelis are Chokhani, Saraf, Goenka
and Ladia havelis.