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Anup Singh

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Dundlod, the Royal city

The Dundlod, the Diwan -e- khas effect is like potion. Dundlod is rich with a diverse history and it truly makes you understand that the land of kings have a lot to boast about. This place is testimony to the Mughal invasion. Dundlod, the fort city, though a small place has the unique capacity of having managed most of the glory and legacy of the past.

Anup Singh

Anup Singh4.3/5

73 reviews

Dundlod, the Royal city

The Dundlod, the Diwan -e- khas effect is like potion. Dundlod is rich with a diverse history and it truly makes you understand that the land of kings have a lot to boast about. This place is testimony to the Mughal invasion. Dundlod, the fort city, though a small place has the unique capacity of having managed most of the glory and legacy of the past.

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Dundlod village is part of Shekhawati region, which comes under Jhunjhunu District of the state of Rajasthan. This small village resembles an open art gallery, which comprises different types of forts, havelis and baolis. The village of Dundlod is situated at a distance of 7 km from Nawalgarh, located in the Shekhawati region.

The Shekhawat rulers used to reside in Dundlod, which houses an old fort that was constructed by Keshari Singh in 1750. Keshari Singh was the youngest son of Sardul Singh and was succeeded by a descendant named Sheo Singh. During the 19th century, Sheo Singh made some major changes to the Dundlod Fort, which is now easily accessible by road from Jaipur, Bikaner and Delhi.

The wealthy merchant family of Goenka also lived in Dundlod, who built some of the beautiful havelis in the region. One of the famous havelis, the Chhatri of Ram Dutt Goenka, and the nearby well were constructed in 1888 by Ram Chandra Goenka. This family also constructed the famous Bhagirath Mal Goenka Haveli and the Satyanarayan Temple.

Jhunjhunu Airport is the closest airbase from Dundlod, which is located at about 30 km from the main village. Taxis and buses are also available from Jaipur, Delhi and Bikaner for travelling to the village. Mukundgarh is the closest railway station, which features daily passenger trains from Bikaner and Jaipur.

Monsoon in Dundlod is scarce and the climate in the region is usually hot and dry during summers. Winter season, which is characterised by cool weather, is suitable for sightseeing and other tourist activities.

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