Jhunjhunu Tourism & Travel Guide

The ancient town of Jhunjhunu is unique with respect to the other districts of Rajasthan. It has been referred to as the largest open gallery in the world for the several architectural beauties that dot it. For its picturesque surroundings, Jhunjhunu has been a very popular shooting location for several Bollywood projects such as "Haveli" and "Bajrangi Bhaijaan". The former rule of the Shekhawat kings is evident in the form of forts and palaces with typical Shekhawati architectural styles. The Khetri Mahal is one of the most-treasured specimens. The world famous Rani Sati Temple here honours the goddess who is famed to bless couples with long married lives. The fresco paintings in many of the havelis including the Sone Chandi ki haveli and Modi and Tibrewala haveli, is a delight for art lovers. The Badalgarh Fort is unique for its dedication to horses and camels attributing to its rather plain construction. Nawab Faizi Khan had built this fort solely to act as a stable. The temples, mosques, palaces and tombs with ethereal caricatures from the past present us with the distinguished past of Jhunjhunu. As a famous trading hub of Rajasthan, tourists here often indulge in shopping for traditional Rajasthani items. Stay like a king at the Jamuna Resort to complete an experience like never before.
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Grandeur of Shekawati

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Get ready for magic, music and fun at the Magnetic Fields Festival, 2017!

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Discovering the real India. Road trip to Rajasthan

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Patan Mahal – a quaint weekend getaway from Delhi

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The painted havelis of Shekhawati

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Jaipur
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Agra
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Ajmer
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Mathura
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Pushkar
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