What to do and see in Jhalawar, India: The Best Places and Tips

December 26, 2017 Yuk Petri

Jhalawar ( pronunciation) is a city in southeastern Rajasthan. It was the capital of the former princely state of Jhalawar, and is the administrative headquarters of Jhalawar District. Jhalawar was once known as Brijnagar.

1. Prithvi Vilas Palace

Center Of The City, Jhalawar, India +91 82904 50269
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Prithvi Vilas Palace

Reviewed By Stephanie991181 - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Our 2 night stay at Prithvi villas was a delight. It was special from the time we arrived until the very end. Our hosts were most hospitable and made us feel so welcome. Their advice and assistance on the sites to see in and around...MoreThank you!for your lovely reviews.I would like to inform you that please contact 09891349555 and not the no.Given on the site as someone has given a fake no.Bookings won't be accepted on that no.Pls contact 09891349555 or 09911544432.

2. Gagron Fort

Near Rivers Ahu and Kali Sindh | Mukundarrah Hills, 12 kms from Jhalawar Centre, Jhalawar, India
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Gagron Fort

Reviewed By docnviv - jaipur

we visited fort during evening hours in rainy season with our family and small kids. This fort is surrounded by three rivers. And greenery all around. Fort itself is not maintained by govt. But natural beauty is its speciality. It is unauthorisedly occuplied by local muslims and has a large mosque there inside fort. View of jhalawar is great. Not a common place for visitors so be safe during evening hrs. There is no facility of stay or restaurants in surrounding place. So carry your own eatables with you.

3. Chandrabhaga Temples

Near Jhalara Patan | 7 Km From Jhalawar, Jhalawar, India
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Chandrabhaga Temples

Reviewed By BohemianME - Gurgaon

We arrived at the RTDC Chandrawati hotel fairly late in the evening driving from Pushkar, via some wrong routes and broken roads, as I did not trust the SatNav device.
The following morning the Manager walked up and explained the ceremony to us. He said, "although traditionally the word 'Sangam' refers to the confluence of rivers, here in Jhalawar, during these few days, involve, mingle and welcome people from different cultures, languages, beliefs and so on." True to his explanation, foreigners to the city - whether Indians or Aliens, were not just welcome, they were literally chaperoned and made to feel important through every bit of their stay.
Tourism department and local administration officials in this place deserve a big round of applause for managing the event smoothly, making people comfortable and indeed making this one of the most warm and homely experiences that India has to offer.
The only issue is with the accommodation at RTDC Chandrawati - the higher ups in RTDC simply do not care and are destroying this sprawling property by their lackadaisical attitude.

4. Bhawani Natya Shala

Near Fort, Jhalawar, India
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Bhawani Natya Shala

Reviewed By amrchopra - Faridabad, India

A beautiful structure, located in the centre of the town, worth a visit. You can only see it from outside, entry inside not permitted.

5. Buddhist Caves and Stupas

Kolvi Village, Jhalawar, India
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Buddhist Caves and Stupas

Reviewed By amrchopra - Faridabad, India

Old Buddhist Caves of Kolvi are located about 100kms south-west of Jhalawar. Roads are bad to non-existant and test the vehicle's and driver's stamina. Caves are well maintained by ASI, nothing much to see for a normal tourist, but are worth a visit.

6. Ren Basera

Kishan Sagar, Kota Road | 6 Km from Jhalawar, Jhalawar, India
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3.5 based on 3 reviews

Ren Basera

Reviewed By Brijeshsuman84 - Jhalawar, India

This was the most beautiful natural place in Jhalawar. Was built only of wood without any foreign particles not even a single nell. But i cought fired second last year.

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