Jhalawar Tourism

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Ideal Duration : 1 day Best Time : October to March
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Jhalawar Tourism A place laden with historic forts and beautiful palaces, Jhalawar takes on back in time to an era of glory. It's a place that provides on an opportunity to experience the Rajputana lifestyle. Founded in the early years of the 19th century, Jhalawar was the capital of the Kingdom of Jhalawar and soon became a major city in the Rajputana region. The city with giant forts, its architecturally imperious designs and its beautiful people has a charm unlike any other. The place is a treasure trove of history and instantly takes you back to a time of Maharaja's and Raja's of the Rajputana dynasty who use to rule over the land with proud and honor unlike any other. The city today, is a shadow of its past glory but one can still lose themselves in its historic by-lanes, its forts and palaces. It allows one to have a leisurely outing while reminiscing about history. Jhalawar is the place to be for those who seek a bit of adventure, romance and history. Download Jhalawar PDF Guide > What's Great? Has a water-laden green landscape unlike much of Rajasthan. One can expect to see orange orchard during the winter. What's not so Great? Scorching hot during the summers. For Whom Jhalawar is a perfect destination for those who are seeking to explore different aspects of Rajasthan. It is for those people who are looking for an offbeat and flamboyant place to spend their next vacation at. It can be visited by nature lovers and history enthusiasts. It is for all those seeking a bit of adventure, romance and history.

One Day Itinerary Start off your tour after breakfast with a visit to Jhalara Patan, outside the city. It will take you some time to see the whole complex. However, it is advisable to leave early. Then, come back to the town and visit the magnificent Jhalawar Fort and museum. Have lunch at the RTDC restaurant, gorging on some delicious daal and baati among other Rajasthani preparations. Next, visit the Bhawani Natya Sthala to enjoy the art and theatre of Jhalawar and the architecture of the building. Finish off your evening with a wonderful dinner at the Rupali Dhani under an open sky with some delicious vegetarian food, or you could go to Anupam Restaurant & Cafe for some non-veg delicacies.

Restaurants and Local Food in Jhalawar At Jhalawar you can find the best of Rajasthani and North Indian food. The spicy and delicious Rajasthani food such Daal Baati Churma, Makki ki Raab and Sev Tamatar are a delight to the tongue. Both veg and non-veg options are available. View 3 Restaurants in Jhalawar >>

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Oct-Maris the best time to visit Jhalawar Being situated in a very hot region with an arid climate, Jhalawar is best travelled during the months of winters i.e. from October-February. The place has a nice warm weather in the day and chilly in the night. Carrying adequate woollens is necessary to beat the chill during the evening. Sightseeing is fantastic in this period with the city turning on its charm. Weather in Jhalawar Loading... Jhalawar in Summer (April - June) This is the worst time possible for a visit to Jhalawar. The days are extremely hot and dry, and the ambience unbearable. You can visit Jhalawar only if you wish to avoid the rush of the crowd. Jhalawar in Monsoon (July - September) This is the best time for budget travellers to visit this site, owing to the heavy discounts and tariffs available on hotel deals. The cool and pleasant climate only adds up to the charm of Jhalawar. Jhalawar in Winter (October - March) This is the most advisable time for a trip to Jhalawar, to be precise. The area is pleasant for a visit at this time. The climate is lovely, and the ambience perfect, especially for the history lovers, who'd love to be outdoors this time. Monthly Weather in Jhalawar Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 11 24 February 15 29 March 19 34 April 26 40 May 29 42 June 28 40 July 26 31 August 25 29 September 25 33 October 21 33 November 15 30 December 12 27

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