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  • Type: Fort
Jhalawar Fort (Garh Palace), Jhalawar
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Places to Visit in Jhalawar
The Jhalawar Fort, also known as the Garh Palace is located in the centre of the town. The fort was built by Maharaj Rana Madan Singh in 1845 AD. The Zenana Khas or the Women’s Palace has frescoes on both mirror and walls, which are considered finest examples of the... Read More »
  • Type: Fort
Manohar Thana Fort, Jhalawar
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Places to Visit in Jhalawar
The Manohar Thana Fort is situated within the well-walled town of Manohar Thana, at a distance of 90 kilometres from Jhalawar. The fort is situated at the confluence of the Kaalikhad and Parvan rivers. Since it occupied an important strategic position at one point of time, it... Read More »
  • Type: Dam
Dalhanpur, Chhapi Dam, Jhalawar
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Places to Visit in Jhalawar
Dalhanpur is situated on the banks of the Chhapi River, where the irrigation dam is under construction. The place is at a distance of 54 kilometres from Jhalawar and is surrounded by dense forest. This place of antiquity houses torans, carved pillars and figures or sculptures... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Atishay Jain Temples, Chandkheri, Khanpur, Jhalawar
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Places to Visit in Jhalawar
The Atishay Jain Temples are located near the Khanpur town, at a distance of 34 kilometres from Jhalawar. This Jain Temple was built in the 17th century and is primarily known for its religious, historical, archaeological and architectural value. It also houses a statue of... Read More »
  • Type: Fort
Gagron Fort, Jhalawar
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Ranked 5 of 16
Places to Visit in Jhalawar
The Gagron Fort is located at a distance of about 12 kilometres from Jhalawar. The fort was built during the period of 7th century to 14th century. It is situated on a low ridge, at the confluence of the rivers Kali Sindh and Ahu and is therefore, surrounded by water on three... Read More »

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