Ideal Duration : 1-2 days Best Time : November to March
"The Golden City Of Rajasthan" Nawalgarh Tourism Fondly known as "the land of Havelis" or "open air art gallery", this miniature town of Nawalgarh is located around 30 kms away from the town ofJhunjhunuand does absolute justice to the name given to it. It is said that the Marwaris who were off to cosmo cities like Bombay and Calcutta in search of work, used to send their hard earned money back to their homes in Nawalgarh. When their businesses started to flourish, they sent back artists to Nawalgarh in order to build plush palaces and show off their wealth. This lead to the rich architecture of this little town in Rajasthan. Download Nawalgarh PDF Guide > What's Great? Highly renowned for its frescoes and Havelis. What's not so Great? A little difficult to as access as the nearest airport is located in Jaipur. For Whom Nawalgarh is a great place architecture lovers and those living in and around Rajasthan, though it is visited by people from all corners of the country. Historical Significance of Nawalgarh Maharaja Nawal Singh founded Nawalgarh in 1674 AD at the village site of Rohili. This was before the abolition of Jagirs in Rajasthan. Many great business families of the Marwari community have their origins from Nawalgarh. Nawalgarh was a tazimi thikana of Jagmal Ji Ka Songara and the fort is very well guarded on all four sides with iron doors. One Day Itinerary Day 1:Arrive, check-in and rest. Then visit the Aath Havelis, Dr Ramnath Haveli Museum and Morara Haveli. Day 2:Visit the Dundlood Fort, Kanoria Haveli, Ganeriwal Haveli and Mandawa. Restaurants and Local Food in Nawalgarh The cuisine of Rajasthan is primarily vegetarian and offers a fabulous variety of mouthwatering dishes. The food here is such that it is suitable for the weather, availability of water, and other environmental factors of the area. The delicacies of the state are truly some of the richest, unique and most loved preparations of India. Names such as Dal Bati Churma, Moong Dal ka Halwa, Ghevar, Rabdi and numerous more are popular all across, especially in North India, with their popularity spreading beyond the confines of the state, while your visit to Rajasthan is only complete with a splendid and authentic Rajasthani thali. View 1 Restaurants in Nawalgarh >> Nov-Maris the best time to visit Nawalgarh November to March are the best months to visit this place. Nawalgarh is accessible throughout the year though the climate is at the extremes here. The summers are unbearably hot with temperatures reaching up to 42 degrees Celcius. The winters are relatively cooler with the days having an average temperature of 26 degrees Celcius while the nights are as cool as 9 degrees Celcius. The best time to visit this place would be during the months of November to March. Weather in Nawalgarh Loading... Nawalgarh in Summer (March - June) Nawalgarh is mostly quite hot during the summers. This might not be a great time to visit here as temperatures range between 28 to 40 degrees Celsius. Nawalgarh in Monsoon (July - September) Nawalgarh experiences medium rainfall during monsoons. This is a great time to experience the natural beauty of the place. Nawalgarh in Winter (November - February) During the winters, the weather in the Nawalgarh is the most enjoyable. Temperatures range between 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. Monthly Weather in Nawalgarh Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 9 22 February 12 27 March 17 32 April 25 40 May 28 41 June 28 39 July 27 35 August 26 33 September 25 35 October 21 35 November 14 30 December 11 26 Events in Nawalgarh Shekhawati Festival 15th-18th February Centered around the Surya Mandal Stadium in Nawalgarh, the Shekhawati festival not just involves every person in the village, but from all around the state and country. Lessons to arts and crafts are given along with tours to the famous forts and havelis.
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