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Main Languages : Hindi, English and Rajasthani


Location :The town is located at a distance of 25 kms
from Sikar in Rajasthan. The capital city of Jaipur is at
a distance of 140 kms. The town is well linked by railways and can be commuted via the main cities of the state.

Climate :As compared to other places in Rajasthan, Nawalgarh has a rather moderate climate. During summers, the highest temperature is 40°C while the lowest is 26°C. During winters, the lowest temperature at Nawalgarh is around 10°C. The weather in the town is dry like the rest of the places in Rajasthan.

Best Time to Visit :The best time to visit Nawalgarh is in winters between September to March.


Prime Attractions of Nawalgarh

Anandi Lal Poddar Haveli
The only Haveli to be restored by its owner, this Haveli houses a school. Built somewhere in 1920´s, the Haveli is an excellent place to visit for the exquisite paintings displaying the richness of Rajasthani culture.

Nawalgarh Fort
The main building of this town, the disfigured fort is now a dwelling for two banks and a few other government organizations. Founded in the year 1737 AD, the fort is largely disfigured due to modern day developments.

Roop Niwas Palace
Offering a mesmerizing view of lavish gardens and fountains, this building has now been converted into a heritage hotel.

The Aath Haveli Complex
This complex houses eight different Havelis and is surely worth a look because of the intricately carved doorways and ancient paintings. These havelis are a perfect example of Rajasthani architecture.

The Bazar of Nawalgarh
The market area or the bazaar is extremely colorful and showcases the life of Shekhawati region.

Dundlod : The town of Dundlod offers its visitors the most picturesque surroundings. The fort of Dundlod is owned by the direct descendent of the Rawal who established the place. The town is located at a distance of 8 kms from Nawalgarh..

The medieval fort of Mandawa appears to be rising gradually on the horizon like a mirage. A painted arched gateway festooned with Lord Krishna and his cows leads to the market. A fine view of the town can be seen from the terrace of the citadel of Mandawa. Chokhani, Saraf, Goenka and Ladia havelis are the buildings worth visiting at least once.

The tourists visiting Nawalgarh can visit this town to shop for local handicrafts, brass items and textiles. Rajasthan Holiday offers online bookings for its Rajasthan holiday packages. For details or to make a booking, please fill up the form given below.

How To Reach

By Air : The capital city of Rajasthan state namely Jaipur is at a distance of hundred kilometers from Nawalgarh. Jaipur happens to be the nearest airport that connects Nawalgarh with the other major cities of India by air.

By Rail :
The city has a railway station of its own. Regular trains from cities like: Delhi, Jaipur connect Nawalgarh making the place easily accessible by railways.

By Road :
Jaipur and Bikaner both provide easy access to Nawalgarh by road. An extensive network of National Highways and state highways and several other metalled roads link Nawalgarh with Jaipur, Bikaner, Delhi, Agra, Jaisalmer and many other cities.