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October - March

Sightseeing In Bhilwara

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Badnore Fort
Towering over a small hill, this seven-storied fort in Bhilwara is an excellent example of medieval Indian architecture. Located 70 kms from Bhilwara on the Bhilwara Asind Road, it offers breath-taking views. One can also visit the many small monuments and temples within the wall of Badnore fort

Pur Udan Chatri
Pur Udan Chatri is about 10 kilometers from Bhilwara city, it is renowned for Udan Chatri and Adhar Pur Sheela Mahadev, where the geographical wonder of a huge rock resting on a small one attracts
Tourists

Kyara Ke Balaji
The Kyara ke Balaji has an image of Lord Hanuman which the locals believe appeared naturally on the rock. When visiting Kyara ke Balaji, you can also visit other locations such as Patola Mahadev Temple, Ghata Rani Temple, Beeda ke Mataji Temple and Neelkanth Mahadev Temple

The Madhav Gou Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra
Cows are the livelihood for most of the locals in Bhilwara. Thus, the Madhav cow Science research centre in the village Gaadarmala is very popular as it offer them knowledge and the know-how on how to better care for their animals

Mandal
Located around 16 kilometres from Bhilwara city is Mandal, where you can find the find the cenotaph of Jagganath Kachhawaha, better known as Battis Khambon ki Chhatri. As the name implies, this is a handsome chhatri (cenotaph) comprising 32-pillars made with sandstone. Some of them have beautiful carving at the base and on the upper portion. The chhatri also encloses a huge Shivaling.

Harni Mahadev
Founded by the ancestors of the Darak family and named after the nearby village, the Harni Mahadev is a Shiva temple, located around 8 kms from the city. Surrounded by picturesque hills, this is a beautiful destination for tourists

Gayatri Shakti Peeth
The Shakti Peetha is a place of worship consecrated to the goddess Shakti or Sati, the female principal of Hinduism and the main deity of the Shakta sect. In Bhilwara, the Gayatri Shakti Peeth is located near the main city bus stand

Dhanop Mataji
3 kms away from Sangariya is Dhanop, a little village where you can visit the Sheetla Mata temple. This colorful temple has bright red walls and pillars, a chequered marble floor and an idol of the goddess Sheetla (an incarnation of Goddess Durga) in black stone

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