Approx. 100 km away from Jaipur, Kishangarh offers THESE 5 intriguing spots for you to explore!

While you cannot fully quench your wanderlust owing to this pandemic, we hope a virtual tour of this exotic location will give you some solace!

Popularly known as the Marble City of India, Kishangarh is located hardly 100 km away from Jaipur and makes for a perfect weekend getaway with its dreamlike sceneries and cultural annotations. Believed to house the only temple in the world which is dedicated to the nine planets, this city offers a plethora of escapades as tourist spots. Further, Kishangarh has also reserved a place in history through its school of art, noted for its elongated depiction of eyes and pointy noses, popularly known as Bani Thani. While you cannot fully quench your wanderlust owing to this pandemic, we hope a virtual tour of this exotic location will give you some solace!


Phool Mahal Palace

Built as a monsoon retreat in the nineteenth century by the then maharaja of Kishangarh, Phool Mahal Palace is now a boutique heritage hotel. Laden with the best amenities, this place is a creative fusion of archaic charms and modern sophistication that will make your stay blissful with folk music, art and much more.

Gondulav Lake

If you are looking to spend a day basking under the sun as you go boating in serene waters, then Gondulav Lake makes for the ideal location. Further, situated on its banks is one of the oldest places of Kishangarh, known as Sukh Sagar, whose tranquil aura and breezy weather has the whiff of tales of yore.

Ajmer Sharif Dargah

Situated hardly 30 km from Kishangarh is the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, whose prominence has crossed borders and faiths. A holy shrine for all those looking for religious respite, this dargah adorned by fascinating and ancient carvings is of the revered Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti.

Kishangarh Fort

This seventeenth-century fort is of strategic importance even today, for it lies near the India-Pakistan Border and is kept under strict vigilance. A stellar example of Indian architecture, this place is a haven for archaeology enthusiasts. However, visiting this fort is possible only for the tourists who plan a stay at Phool Mahal Palace.

Dumping Yard

This wasteland passing as the famous Bolivian Flatlands, is a manmade structure that is a result of dumping marble waste. If you wish to live the dream of getting clicked in bright colours amid the backdrop of sprawling white, just like in the movies, then you should definitely visit this place!

Knock Knock

Situated near the heart of Rajasthan, the picturesque sceneries of Kishangarh beckons you to surf through its largely unexplored territory. Be it for a pre-wedding photoshoot or to know more about the history of the state, this place is suited for anyone and everyone with a curious mind and attentive eyes! Surely, this list of 5 must-visit spots in Kishangarh will complete your travel itinerary, whenever you plan a weekend getaway from Jaipur!

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