Most Beautiful & Peaceful Place Of Rajasthan

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  • Bansiwala Temple

    Bansiwala temple is belong to RADHA KRISHNA God Mandir. It was made in 1600 Century. It is also called by Nagar Sath or  Nagaur Rakhwala. Bansiwala temple wall designing pattern is beautiful and amazing designed by colourful Glass pieces. There is also PATALESWAR MAHADEV MANDIR, that is situated in the very depth of earth in Temple. Temple also sheduled all hindu festival day.

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    The large Nagaur Fort has many glorious tales of bravery of the erstwhile rulers of the states. Nagaur fort has been built according to Vaastusastra. It has double walls and is surrounded by a deep surge. The boundary of this fort is 5000 ft in length. The fort has 28 watchtowers and two parallel boundary walls. The fort have some beautiful parts like Hadi Rani Mahal, Deepak Mahal, Bakhat Singh Palace, Akbari Mahal, Amar Singh Mahal, and Rani Mahal etc.


    The large space of nagaur having many spritual places and conncted with all people of India even we can say world by these spritual places. Such as Bansiwala Temple, Karni Maa Temple, Tankla Dham, Butati Dham, Tarkeen Dargaha and Sahayaji ka Tankla etc. Historical place which have many royal families braveries stories and many recent Saint stories make pride to nagaur like Saint LIKHMIDAS JI MAHARAJ and TEJAJI MAHARAJ.


    This fort is literally off the beaten track. Set in the midst of sand dunes,amazing fort stands as securely as it face many centuries of battle and strife. The construction of the fort was begun in 1523 by Rao Karamsji, 8th son of the founder of Jodhpur Rao Jodha, who chose the spot of Khimsar, 90 km from Jodhpur where one brother resided and 150 km away from Bikaner.