Wednesday, 18 April 2018

City Palace Karauli

Built by the Arjun Pal, founder of Karauli in 14th century, now cty palace only has some remains. The structure which one can see in the name of city palace was erected by Rajas Gopal Singh in the 18th century. 

Tuesday, 17 April 2018


The Roman Style Church For Protestant Christians Is A Popular Attraction In Bandukui, Located About 35 Km From Dausa.

Monday, 16 April 2018


The Village Of Lotwara Is Located 110 Km From Jaipur. The Biggest Attraction Of This Village Is The Lotwara Garh(Fort), Which Was Built By Thakur Ganga Singh In The 17 Th Century, As Well As The Large Population Of Peacocks In The Village. How To Reach Lotwara? Located Just 11 Km From Abhaneri, The Best Way To Reach The Village Is By Road.

Sunday, 15 April 2018


Bhandarej Is Located About 65 Km From Jaipur, On The Jaipur-Agra Highway, And About 10 Km From Dausa. Bhandarej, During Mahabharata Times, Was Known As Bhadrawati. The Walls, Sculptures, Speak Volumes About The Ancient Splendor Of This Place. The Bhandarej Baori (Step-Well) And Bhadrawati Palace Are Popular Places To Visit, 


Saturday, 14 April 2018

Harshat Mata Temple - Abhaneri

Located 33 Kms From Dausa Adjacent To The Chand Baori Is A Temple Dedicated To Harshat Mata – The Goddess Of Joy And Happiness. As Per The Legends, The Goddess Is Always Cheerful And Showers The People With Blessings Of Joy And Happiness. Its Magnificent Architecture And Sculptural Styles Are A Delight For The Eyes! 

Friday, 13 April 2018


Abhaneri 88 kms from Jaipur on the Jaipur-Agra road is another attraction of Dausa, it is believed to be established by Raja Chandra. One of the popular places to visit in Abhaneri is the Chand Baori (stepwell). Built back in the eighth century, it is one of the deepest and largest step wells in India. The phenomenal structure is 19.5 meters in depth and features 1000 narrow steps, spanning 13 storeys.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

National Bird of India

National Bird of India
The peacock, commomly known as Indian peafowl was declared the national bird of India in 1963, because it was entirely a part of Indian custom and culture. A peacock is a symbol of grace and beauty. Another reason why the peacock was chosen as the national bird was because of its presence across the country, so much so that even common people are familiar with the bird. Moreover, no other country had the peacocok as its national bird either. The peacock fulfilled all these and hence became the national bird of India.