Nearby Visiting Places

Khatu Shyam Ji

Khatu Shyam Ji Mandir is located in the district of Sikar, Rajasthan, and is considered as one of the most important pilgrim destinations in the state. According to Hindu mythology, Khatu Shyam Ji is the manifestation of the son of Ghatotkacha, Barbarika. It is said that devotees who pronounce his name from the bottom of their hearts are blessed and have their troubles removed, if they do it with true piety.

Jeen Mata Ji

Jeenmata is a village of religious importance in Sikar district. It is located at a distance of 28 km from Sikar town in south. There is an ancient Temple dedicated to Jeen Mata (Goddess of Power). The sacred shrine of Jeenmata is believed to be a thousand years old. Millions of devotees assemble here for a colourful festival which held twice in a year in the Hindu month of Chaitra and Ashvin during the Navratri. There are number of dharamshalas to accommodate large number of visitors. Just close to this temple her brother Harsh Bhairav nath’s temple is situated on the top of the hill.

Salasar Balaji

Salasar Balaji is a religious place for the devotees of Lord Hanuman. It is located in Churu district of Rajasthan. Salasar Dham is visited by innumerable Indian devotees throughout the year. Every year big fairs are organized on Chaitra Purnima and Ashwin Purnima. During this time, millions of devotees gather here to have a vision of this revered deity. There are many dharamshalas to stay here and many restaurants to eat and drink. The Sri Hanuman Temple is located right in the middle of Salasar town.

Harshnath Temple

The Harshnath temple, belonging to the 10th century, is located on the Aravalli Hills near Sikar. It is an ancient site famous for the ruins old Shiva Temple (10th Century). The remnants of the ancient Shiva temple can be seen at the site. The architectural display of the old temple is breath taking. Another Shiva temple, constructed in the 18th century by Shiv Singh of Sikar, is situated near the Harshnath temple.

Shakambhari Mata Temple

Shakambari Temple is situated in Sakarai Dham, which is near Udaipurwati in Rajasthan. The idols here are of Brahmani and Rudrani. Sadhus of Nath cult have been the priests of this temple. There are two way from Sikar to Shakambhari Mata temple. First one is via Udaipurwati and other one is via Goriya. The route via Goriya is very beautiful. Sobhagyawati river, Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Kot Baandh are in the way.

Lohargal Dham

Lohargal means the place where iron melts. This place is also mentioned in the Puranas. ‘Lohargal ji’ is called Luhagarji in the local language.

The holy Lohargal Dham situated in a quiet and peaceful place & surrounded by mountains, is famous for its beauty and faith. The devotee who come here take bath in the pool here. Barkhandi Dham, Kedarnath Temple are situated on the hills near Lohargal.


Mandawa is a small town in the state of Rajasthan and lies in the Shekhawati region. It lies approximately 190 kilometers away from the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, and approximately 240 kilometers from the National Capital, New Delhi. The town was essentially occupied by traders in the late 18th and the early 19th Century, which has now been transformed into a tourist attraction due to its beautiful history.

The major attractions of the city are its iconic Havelis, most of which have now been restored into Heritage Hotels. Some of the Havelis that you can not miss out on your visit to Mandawa include the Murmuria Haveli, Chokhani Double Haveli, and the Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli. Some other beautiful attractions of Mandawa are the Harlalka Well, Saraf Haveli, and the Bansidhar Newatia Haveli.


Fatehpur is a town in the Sikar district. It is part of the Shekhawati region. It is midway between Jaipur and Bikaner on National Highway 11. Fatehpur is famous for grand havelis with frescos, which is a specialty of the Shekhawati region. A number of bawdis (water bodies) are also center of attraction here.

Main attraction of Fatehpur are :-

Qureshi Farm Nadine Le Prince Cultural Centre

Dwarkadheesh Temple Jagannath Singhania Haveli

Saraf Haveli Sitaram Kedia Ki Haveli

Ramgarh Shekhawati

Ramgarh famous as “Ramgarh Sethan” रामगढ़ शेखावाटी a town surrounded by sand dunes, was once amongst the richer towns in India. It was a centre of learning and was also known as Doosra Kashi (Second Varanasi). It is now a treasure trove of painted temples, havelis, and cenotaphs.

Ramgarh Shekhawati town has number of havelis built by various marwari families.

The major ones are Ruia’s Haveli, Poddar’s Haveli, Prahladka’s Haveli, Khemka’s Haveli, Sanwalka’s Haveli, Khetan’s Haveli. Khemka’s haveli is now converted into a tourist hotel.


Ganeshwar is a village in Neem Ka Thana Tehsil in the Sikar District. Ganeshwar is a pilgrimage as well as a salubrious Picnic spot. The hot sulphur springs here is a major draw. A dip in the spring, it is believed, cures skin diseases. It is an ancient site. Excavations in the Ganeshwar areas have revealed the remains of a 4000 years old civilizations.

Historian Ratan Lal Mishra wrote that Ganeshwar was excavated in 1977. Red pottery was found here with black portraiture. The period was estimated to be 2500–2000 BC. Nearly one thousand pieces of copper were found there. Ganeshwar is located near the copper mines of the Sikar-Jhunjhunu area of the Khetri copper belt in Rajasthan. Ganeshwar mainly supplied copper objects to Harappa.


Laxmangarh town is a popular tourist place that is known for the Laxmangarh Fort. The fort was built on the hill in 1862 by Laxman Singh, Rao Raja of Sikar. It is believed that the foundation of the Laxmangarh town was based on the planning system of the capital city Jaipur. The structures in the town are adorned with fresco paintings in the Shekhawati style.

There are numerous havelis in the town, namely the Sawant Ram Chokhani Haveli, Bansidhar Rathi Haveli, Sanganeria Haveli, Mirijamal Kyala Haveli, Char Chowk Haveli and Kedia Haveli. The Radhi Murlimanohar temple, constructed in 1845, is popular for the beautiful sculptures of deities on the wall.