Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India Accommodations

Accommodations in Jhunjhunu

Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceSpace is not a constraint here. Feel your life living with sun rises and sunsets along with the sound of Peacocks. First hand unadulterated experience of the village life. See the black bucks run, observe the peacocks dance. Rise, feel, sleep, eat, drink, smoke, meet and live the locals way of living. Play their games, visit their place of worship, follow their routine. Guest Access250 kms from Delhi, the National Capital. 250 kms from Jaipur, the State Capital. Connected by road. Churu, 15 kms is the Railway station. Connected by tuk-tuk, Jeeps, Buses Nothing else; give us a call we will arrange to pick you up. Interaction with GuestsWill be around for the guests at their convenience and comfort The NeighborhoodFriendly, simple, always ready to help neighbors Getting AroundWalk, Jeeps, Tuk tuk, Camel Back, Carts. In case you are coming in your own vehicle, you will have plenty of space for your vehicle. Other Things to Note1. Farm work 2. Daily House chores of villagers (men/ladies) 3. Walk in the village 4. Visit local deities and take part in the rituals 5. Teach at local school 6. Tractor drive 7. Camel ride/safari with or without cart 8. Dune dinners 9. Sun downers 10. Cooking lessons of local cuisine 11. Watch the Blackbucks/ Deer 12. Cook own food 13. Milking of buffaloes/goat 14. Spend time in local costumes 15. Understand the agrarian yearly cycle and reasons for intervention like ours 16. Visit to Taal Chhappar Sanctuary
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceVivaana is a meticulously restored 19th century Shekhawati Haveli, featuring luxuriously decorated rooms and suites. Handmade oversized beds, goose down pillows and intricate detailing make this property one of the most elegant and comfortable hotels in Rajasthan. Vivaana is a captivating twin haveli adorned with fascinating paintings. Both the exterior and interior boast of rare artefacts and untainted 19th century frescoes. The over a century old haveli has been lovingly restored and renovated into a heritage hotel. Historical curios and royal portraits adorn the walls of these spacious rooms. Personalized service and warm Rajasthani hospitality make for a welcoming environment. The lawns, terraces and courtyards offer an impressive view of the surrounding "open art gallery". The air-conditioned rooms come with a private bathroom fitted with free toiletries, a bathtub and shower facilities.The magnificence and charm of the property is such that it needs to be shared and experienced by all! The property is 9 km from Mukundgarh Railway Station and 10 km from Mandawa. The nearest airport is Jaipur Airport, located some 175 km from Vivaana.
Home/Apartment
7br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Breakfast
The SpaceWelcome to Village Heritage Haveli. Amit Punia is the owner of this Home Stay. He is a youth leader of Congress and has worked in various capacities for Youth Congress, Rameshwar Choudhary 96 year old Freedom Fighter is grandfather of Amit Punia His father is Farmer and doing agriculture with new organic technique. Mother is Sarpanc ( Head of Village) owner of this B&B situated in the village Bai, Nawalgarh District Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan .Culturally rich village is located only 3 km away from Nawalgarh ( Heritage Town) well connected with all parts of Rajasthan. This bed and breakfast is approved by the Ministry of tourism. . It is a 150 years old traditional haveli built by Late Shri Jeeven Ramji Choudhary. He was the landlord of that time and Haveli is landmark of the area. Haveli is decorated with exemplary Shekhawati fresco painting and traditional architecture. The haveli is situated in the heart of village. Freedom fighter Rameshwar Choudhary son of Shri Jeevanram choudhary has entered in freedom fighting at very young age. The haveli had been the hub of freedom fighting activities of the region. Haveli is witness of many up & downs of freedom struggle in region. Along with these every possible favor to for needy has been provided from haveli. Rameshwar choudhary ji has struggled and continued freedom fighting till 1947 in every manner. After independence Sh.Rameshwar choudhary served as Sarpanch (Head of the Village) for 30 years. Various developmental works has been done during the tenure. Presently freedom Fighter Rameshwar choudhary is 96 years old and living in the village with his family and his daughter In-law Mrs. Tara Devi is Present Sarpanch of the village. Haveli is restored in its old and authentic fresco painting of 1947 is still intact on Haveli walls. Being 96 year he is socially active follower of Gandhiji,s ideology . Still fighting with social evils and continuously conducts various free health checkups in de addiction camps. He spends his pension money for the social cause. Recently Mac Millan Research group UK has published a report on the Medical efforts done by him. He has been honored with various awards along with life time achievement award & He has been honored by Doctorate Degree & also honored by President Pranab Mukharjee in AT Home Program for Freedom Fighter held in August 2015 at President House Delhi. The rooms at this B &B are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access. Heritage Village Haveli is located near to the town which enables all its guests to conveniently explore the various tourist attractions, markets, & tourist destinations. In addition to this village sightseeing service is available , one can enjoy local cultural activities & show with authentic village ambience. Your Host Freedom fighter Rameshwar choudhary, welcome you to experience Heritage of Village. While staying with us we welcome you to contribute in the festivals amid celebrations of Holi, Diwali by enjoying with us and will also share his life experience before and after freedom and struggle which was done by Indians to get the freedom. He also knows all the more about the way of life & religion in Rajasthan. History of Nawalgarh - Nawalgarh is a town of Jhunjhunu district and Thikana was established by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur of Shekhawat clan in 1737 AD. He got the region from his father Maharao Shardul Singh Ji – the ruler of Jhunjhunu. Thakur Nawal Singh Ji and his descendants were lover of art which is visible in the Nawalgarh fort and other buildings built by them. Marwari community was also very aggressive in building various mansions, and temples in the town. The town of Nawalgarh is situated in the heart of Shekhawati , it is midway Jhujhunu-Sikar Road. There is a heritage hotel run in the Roop Niwas Kothi. These days Nawalgarh is famous for various colleges and schools. All these institutions were built in 20th century by the Marwari Community. Seth GB Poddar College is a famous destination for students. Founded in the 18th Century by Nawal Singh, it has some of the finest frescoes in the Shekhawati region. A huge fort with a colourful bazaar and numerous havelis with elaborate architecture make it an interesting destination. There are a few prominent havelis like Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc., which are to be visited, as also the two forts. The palace hotel Roop Niwas is a beautiful heritage property and is provided with modern facilities. The palace offers spacious painted rooms, luxurious interiors, graceful hospitality and thematic evenings with sumptuous cuisine. The painting in their Art Gallery is a great visual treat. To the west of the fort are a group of havelis known numerically as ‘aath’ havelis, aath meaning eight. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked. It is opened for important functions. To the north is Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli. Built in 1931, the haveli depicts portraits of the Kulwal family at the entrance as also those of Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru. The windows are bordered with colourful architraves. An ornate silver gate leads to the inner courtyard which has some fine paintings mostly on religious themes. Quite close to it is the Khedwal Bhawan which features some striking mirror and blue tile work at the entrance to the inner courtyard. Some frescoes depicting a locomotive engine crossing a bridge and a woman on a swing enjoying the Teej Festival are seen on some of the walls. Also depicted is the story of legendary lovers Dhola Maru on an outside wall. Morarka Haveli threw open its doors to public only recently on payment of entry fee. The haveli displays some very well preserved paintings of incidents mentioned in the Ramayana. Other notable havelis are Bhagton ki choti Haveli, Parusrampuria Haveli, Dharni Dhakra Haveli, Chhauchharia Haveli, Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli and Geevrajka Haveli. Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum (admission Rs 40), actively maintains and adds new wall paintings. Architecture - The mansions in Nawalgarh have beautifully carved entrance gates. The paintings on the walls are fine. The metal fittings of iron and brass in the mansions depicted the wealth of the owner of the mansion. Every haveli has murals painted on either side of the walls. These paintings have been decorated with mirrors and silver and gold leaves. Most of the paintings on the havelis have religious depictions especially legends of Lord Krishna. Climate Summers - Max: 42.2 degrees C; Min: 28.7 degrees C Winters - Max: 30 degrees C; Min: 10 degrees C Fair & Festivals - Bai Festival , Holi, ramlila, Navratri, Shekhawati Festival (annually, for two days on 10th and 11th February): This festival is celebrated every year in October or November at Mandawa. About Village Heritage Haveli Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is the pretty town of Nawalgarh. The city was established in the 18th century and features the finest Shekhawati frescos in the entire area. Nawalgarh is often known as an open art gallery, where tourists can see art all over the town. The town features several havelis and a majestic fort. The most prominent havelis in Nawalgarh include the Aath Haveli, Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Village Heritage Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc. Towards the western side of the garrison is a complex of eight Nawalgarh havelis known as the Aath Havelis. The havelis are known for their unique frescos. Each of the haveli represents a different painting style from the different eras. On one haveli, tourists can see a painting depicting a steam engine whereas on other havelis tourists can see large paintings of elephants, camels and horses. Just opposite to the Aath Haveli complex is Muraraka Haveli. This haveli features fine paintings depicting legends of Lord Krishna. The haveli is usually closed unless there is a function. Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated in the triangle between Delhi- Bikaner - Jaipur . It covers a distance of 300 sq. kms and is situated in the Aravalli mountain range. It is named after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means "The garden of Shekha". The landscape of Shekhawati is dotted with painted havelis in artistic tradition, which is simply fascinating. Most of the buildings in Shekhawati dates back from early 18th century to late 20th century. Shekhawati sees far less visitors than the other better-known destinations of Rajasthan. It covers the administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. From the administrative and geographical point of view Shekhawati is limited to Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts only. Shekhavati vacation tour is the best idea to experience the charm of 18th centuries’ art and beauty. All the havelis and beautiful destinations make your Shekhawati vacation meaningful and very enjoyable here. Guest AccessWelcome to Village Heritage Haveli. Amit Punia is the owner of this Home Stay. He is a youth leader of Congress and has worked in various capacities for Youth Congress, Rameshwar Choudhary 96 year old Freedom Fighter is grandfather of Amit Punia His father is Farmer and doing agriculture with new organic technique. Mother is Sarpanc ( Head of Village) owner of this B&B situated in the village Bai, Nawalgarh District Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan .Culturally rich village is located only 3 km away from Nawalgarh ( Heritage Town) well connected with all parts of Rajasthan. This bed and breakfast is approved by the Ministry of tourism. . It is a 150 years old traditional haveli built by Late Shri Jeeven Ramji Choudhary. He was the landlord of that time and Haveli is landmark of the area. Haveli is decorated with exemplary Shekhawati fresco painting and traditional architecture. The haveli is situated in the heart of village. Freedom fighter Rameshwar Choudhary son of Shri Jeevanram choudhary has entered in freedom fighting at very young age. The haveli had been the hub of freedom fighting activities of the region. Haveli is witness of many up & downs of freedom struggle in region. Along with these every possible favor to for needy has been provided from haveli. Rameshwar choudhary ji has struggled and continued freedom fighting till 1947 in every manner. After independence Sh.Rameshwar choudhary served as Sarpanch (Head of the Village) for 30 years. Various developmental works has been done during the tenure. Presently freedom Fighter Rameshwar choudhary is 96 years old and living in the village with his family and his daughter In-law Mrs. Tara Devi is Present Sarpanch of the village. Haveli is restored in its old and authentic fresco painting of 1947 is still intact on Haveli walls. Being 96 year he is socially active follower of Gandhiji,s ideology . Still fighting with social evils and continuously conducts various free health checkups in de addiction camps. He spends his pension money for the social cause. Recently Mac Millan Research group UK has published a report on the Medical efforts done by him. He has been honored with various awards along with life time achievement award & He has been honored by Doctorate Degree & also honored by President Pranab Mukharjee in AT Home Program for Freedom Fighter held in August 2015 at President House Delhi. The rooms at this B &B are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access. Heritage Village Haveli is located near to the town which enables all its guests to conveniently explore the various tourist attractions, markets, & tourist destinations. In addition to this village sightseeing service is available , one can enjoy local cultural activities & show with authentic village ambience. Your Host Freedom fighter Rameshwar choudhary, welcome you to experience Heritage of Village. While staying with us we welcome you to contribute in the festivals amid celebrations of Holi, Diwali by enjoying with us and will also share his life experience before and after freedom and struggle which was done by Indians to get the freedom. He also knows all the more about the way of life & religion in Rajasthan. History of Nawalgarh - Nawalgarh is a town of Jhunjhunu district and Thikana was established by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur of Shekhawat clan in 1737 AD. He got the region from his father Maharao Shardul Singh Ji – the ruler of Jhunjhunu. Thakur Nawal Singh Ji and his descendants were lover of art which is visible in the Nawalgarh fort and other buildings built by them. Marwari community was also very aggressive in building various mansions, and temples in the town. The town of Nawalgarh is situated in the heart of Shekhawati , it is midway Jhujhunu-Sikar Road. There is a heritage hotel run in the Roop Niwas Kothi. These days Nawalgarh is famous for various colleges and schools. All these institutions were built in 20th century by the Marwari Community. Seth GB Poddar College is a famous destination for students. Founded in the 18th Century by Nawal Singh, it has some of the finest frescoes in the Shekhawati region. A huge fort with a colourful bazaar and numerous havelis with elaborate architecture make it an interesting destination. There are a few prominent havelis like Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc., which are to be visited, as also the two forts. The palace hotel Roop Niwas is a beautiful heritage property and is provided with modern facilities. The palace offers spacious painted rooms, luxurious interiors, graceful hospitality and thematic evenings with sumptuous cuisine. The painting in their Art Gallery is a great visual treat. To the west of the fort are a group of havelis known numerically as ‘aath’ havelis, aath meaning eight. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked. It is opened for important functions. To the north is Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli. Built in 1931, the haveli depicts portraits of the Kulwal family at the entrance as also those of Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru. The windows are bordered with colourful architraves. An ornate silver gate leads to the inner courtyard which has some fine paintings mostly on religious themes. Quite close to it is the Khedwal Bhawan which features some striking mirror and blue tile work at the entrance to the inner courtyard. Some frescoes depicting a locomotive engine crossing a bridge and a woman on a swing enjoying the Teej Festival are seen on some of the walls. Also depicted is the story of legendary lovers Dhola Maru on an outside wall. Morarka Haveli threw open its doors to public only recently on payment of entry fee. The haveli displays some very well preserved paintings of incidents mentioned in the Ramayana. Other notable havelis are Bhagton ki choti Haveli, Parusrampuria Haveli, Dharni Dhakra Haveli, Chhauchharia Haveli, Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli and Geevrajka Haveli. Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum (admission Rs 40), actively maintains and adds new wall paintings. Architecture - The mansions in Nawalgarh have beautifully carved entrance gates. The paintings on the walls are fine. The metal fittings of iron and brass in the mansions depicted the wealth of the owner of the mansion. Every haveli has murals painted on either side of the walls. These paintings have been decorated with mirrors and silver and gold leaves. Most of the paintings on the havelis have religious depictions especially legends of Lord Krishna. Climate Summers - Max: 42.2 degrees C; Min: 28.7 degrees C Winters - Max: 30 degrees C; Min: 10 degrees C Fair & Festivals - Bai Festival , Holi, ramlila, Navratri, Shekhawati Festival (annually, for two days on 10th and 11th February): This festival is celebrated every year in October or November at Mandawa. About Village Heritage Haveli Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is the pretty town of Nawalgarh. The city was established in the 18th century and features the finest Shekhawati frescos in the entire area. Nawalgarh is often known as an open art gallery, where tourists can see art all over the town. The town features several havelis and a majestic fort. The most prominent havelis in Nawalgarh include the Aath Haveli, Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Village Heritage Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc. Towards the western side of the garrison is a complex of eight Nawalgarh havelis known as the Aath Havelis. The havelis are known for their unique frescos. Each of the haveli represents a different painting style from the different eras. On one haveli, tourists can see a painting depicting a steam engine whereas on other havelis tourists can see large paintings of elephants, camels and horses. Just opposite to the Aath Haveli complex is Muraraka Haveli. This haveli features fine paintings depicting legends of Lord Krishna. The haveli is usually closed unless there is a function. Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated in the triangle between Delhi- Bikaner - Jaipur . It covers a distance of 300 sq. kms and is situated in the Aravalli mountain range. It is named after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means "The garden of Shekha". The landscape of Shekhawati is dotted with painted havelis in artistic tradition, which is simply fascinating. Most of the buildings in Shekhawati dates back from early 18th century to late 20th century. Shekhawati sees far less visitors than the other better-known destinations of Rajasthan. It covers the administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. From the administrative and geographical point of view Shekhawati is limited to Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts only. Shekhavati vacation tour is the best idea to experience the charm of 18th centuries’ art and beauty. All the havelis and beautiful destinations make your Shekhawati vacation meaningful and very enjoyable here. Interaction with GuestsWelcome to Village Heritage Haveli. Amit Punia is the owner of this Home Stay. He is a youth leader of Congress and has worked in various capacities for Youth Congress, Rameshwar Choudhary 96 year old Freedom Fighter is grandfather of Amit Punia His father is Farmer and doing agriculture with new organic technique. Mother is Sarpanc ( Head of Village) owner of this B&B situated in the village Bai, Nawalgarh District Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan .Culturally rich village is located only 3 km away from Nawalgarh ( Heritage Town) well connected with all parts of Rajasthan. This bed and breakfast is approved by the Ministry of tourism. . It is a 150 years old traditional haveli built by Late Shri Jeeven Ramji Choudhary. He was the landlord of that time and Haveli is landmark of the area. Haveli is decorated with exemplary Shekhawati fresco painting and traditional architecture. The haveli is situated in the heart of village. Freedom fighter Rameshwar Choudhary son of Shri Jeevanram choudhary has entered in freedom fighting at very young age. The haveli had been the hub of freedom fighting activities of the region. Haveli is witness of many up & downs of freedom struggle in region. Along with these every possible favor to for needy has been provided from haveli. Rameshwar choudhary ji has struggled and continued freedom fighting till 1947 in every manner. After independence Sh.Rameshwar choudhary served as Sarpanch (Head of the Village) for 30 years. Various developmental works has been done during the tenure. Presently freedom Fighter Rameshwar choudhary is 96 years old and living in the village with his family and his daughter In-law Mrs. Tara Devi is Present Sarpanch of the village. Haveli is restored in its old and authentic fresco painting of 1947 is still intact on Haveli walls. Being 96 year he is socially active follower of Gandhiji,s ideology . Still fighting with social evils and continuously conducts various free health checkups in de addiction camps. He spends his pension money for the social cause. Recently Mac Millan Research group UK has published a report on the Medical efforts done by him. He has been honored with various awards along with life time achievement award & He has been honored by Doctorate Degree & also honored by President Pranab Mukharjee in AT Home Program for Freedom Fighter held in August 2015 at President House Delhi. The rooms at this B &B are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access. Heritage Village Haveli is located near to the town which enables all its guests to conveniently explore the various tourist attractions, markets, & tourist destinations. In addition to this village sightseeing service is available , one can enjoy local cultural activities & show with authentic village ambience. Your Host Freedom fighter Rameshwar choudhary, welcome you to experience Heritage of Village. While staying with us we welcome you to contribute in the festivals amid celebrations of Holi, Diwali by enjoying with us and will also share his life experience before and after freedom and struggle which was done by Indians to get the freedom. He also knows all the more about the way of life & religion in Rajasthan. History of Nawalgarh - Nawalgarh is a town of Jhunjhunu district and Thikana was established by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur of Shekhawat clan in 1737 AD. He got the region from his father Maharao Shardul Singh Ji – the ruler of Jhunjhunu. Thakur Nawal Singh Ji and his descendants were lover of art which is visible in the Nawalgarh fort and other buildings built by them. Marwari community was also very aggressive in building various mansions, and temples in the town. The town of Nawalgarh is situated in the heart of Shekhawati , it is midway Jhujhunu-Sikar Road. There is a heritage hotel run in the Roop Niwas Kothi. These days Nawalgarh is famous for various colleges and schools. All these institutions were built in 20th century by the Marwari Community. Seth GB Poddar College is a famous destination for students. Founded in the 18th Century by Nawal Singh, it has some of the finest frescoes in the Shekhawati region. A huge fort with a colourful bazaar and numerous havelis with elaborate architecture make it an interesting destination. There are a few prominent havelis like Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc., which are to be visited, as also the two forts. The palace hotel Roop Niwas is a beautiful heritage property and is provided with modern facilities. The palace offers spacious painted rooms, luxurious interiors, graceful hospitality and thematic evenings with sumptuous cuisine. The painting in their Art Gallery is a great visual treat. To the west of the fort are a group of havelis known numerically as ‘aath’ havelis, aath meaning eight. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked. It is opened for important functions. To the north is Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli. Built in 1931, the haveli depicts portraits of the Kulwal family at the entrance as also those of Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru. The windows are bordered with colourful architraves. An ornate silver gate leads to the inner courtyard which has some fine paintings mostly on religious themes. Quite close to it is the Khedwal Bhawan which features some striking mirror and blue tile work at the entrance to the inner courtyard. Some frescoes depicting a locomotive engine crossing a bridge and a woman on a swing enjoying the Teej Festival are seen on some of the walls. Also depicted is the story of legendary lovers Dhola Maru on an outside wall. Morarka Haveli threw open its doors to public only recently on payment of entry fee. The haveli displays some very well preserved paintings of incidents mentioned in the Ramayana. Other notable havelis are Bhagton ki choti Haveli, Parusrampuria Haveli, Dharni Dhakra Haveli, Chhauchharia Haveli, Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli and Geevrajka Haveli. Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum (admission Rs 40), actively maintains and adds new wall paintings. Architecture - The mansions in Nawalgarh have beautifully carved entrance gates. The paintings on the walls are fine. The metal fittings of iron and brass in the mansions depicted the wealth of the owner of the mansion. Every haveli has murals painted on either side of the walls. These paintings have been decorated with mirrors and silver and gold leaves. Most of the paintings on the havelis have religious depictions especially legends of Lord Krishna. Climate Summers - Max: 42.2 degrees C; Min: 28.7 degrees C Winters - Max: 30 degrees C; Min: 10 degrees C Fair & Festivals - Bai Festival , Holi, ramlila, Navratri, Shekhawati Festival (annually, for two days on 10th and 11th February): This festival is celebrated every year in October or November at Mandawa. About Village Heritage Haveli Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is the pretty town of Nawalgarh. The city was established in the 18th century and features the finest Shekhawati frescos in the entire area. Nawalgarh is often known as an open art gallery, where tourists can see art all over the town. The town features several havelis and a majestic fort. The most prominent havelis in Nawalgarh include the Aath Haveli, Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Village Heritage Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc. Towards the western side of the garrison is a complex of eight Nawalgarh havelis known as the Aath Havelis. The havelis are known for their unique frescos. Each of the haveli represents a different painting style from the different eras. On one haveli, tourists can see a painting depicting a steam engine whereas on other havelis tourists can see large paintings of elephants, camels and horses. Just opposite to the Aath Haveli complex is Muraraka Haveli. This haveli features fine paintings depicting legends of Lord Krishna. The haveli is usually closed unless there is a function. Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated in the triangle between Delhi- Bikaner - Jaipur . It covers a distance of 300 sq. kms and is situated in the Aravalli mountain range. It is named after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means "The garden of Shekha". The landscape of Shekhawati is dotted with painted havelis in artistic tradition, which is simply fascinating. Most of the buildings in Shekhawati dates back from early 18th century to late 20th century. Shekhawati sees far less visitors than the other better-known destinations of Rajasthan. It covers the administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. From the administrative and geographical point of view Shekhawati is limited to Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts only. Shekhavati vacation tour is the best idea to experience the charm of 18th centuries’ art and beauty. All the havelis and beautiful destinations make your Shekhawati vacation meaningful and very enjoyable here. The NeighborhoodWelcome to Village Heritage Haveli. Amit Punia is the owner of this Home Stay. He is a youth leader of Congress and has worked in various capacities for Youth Congress, Rameshwar Choudhary 96 year old Freedom Fighter is grandfather of Amit Punia His father is Farmer and doing agriculture with new organic technique. Mother is Sarpanc ( Head of Village) owner of this B&B situated in the village Bai, Nawalgarh District Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan .Culturally rich village is located only 3 km away from Nawalgarh ( Heritage Town) well connected with all parts of Rajasthan. This bed and breakfast is approved by the Ministry of tourism. . It is a 150 years old traditional haveli built by Late Shri Jeeven Ramji Choudhary. He was the landlord of that time and Haveli is landmark of the area. Haveli is decorated with exemplary Shekhawati fresco painting and traditional architecture. The haveli is situated in the heart of village. Freedom fighter Rameshwar Choudhary son of Shri Jeevanram choudhary has entered in freedom fighting at very young age. The haveli had been the hub of freedom fighting activities of the region. Haveli is witness of many up & downs of freedom struggle in region. Along with these every possible favor to for needy has been provided from haveli. Rameshwar choudhary ji has struggled and continued freedom fighting till 1947 in every manner. After independence Sh.Rameshwar choudhary served as Sarpanch (Head of the Village) for 30 years. Various developmental works has been done during the tenure. Presently freedom Fighter Rameshwar choudhary is 96 years old and living in the village with his family and his daughter In-law Mrs. Tara Devi is Present Sarpanch of the village. Haveli is restored in its old and authentic fresco painting of 1947 is still intact on Haveli walls. Being 96 year he is socially active follower of Gandhiji,s ideology . Still fighting with social evils and continuously conducts various free health checkups in de addiction camps. He spends his pension money for the social cause. Recently Mac Millan Research group UK has published a report on the Medical efforts done by him. He has been honored with various awards along with life time achievement award & He has been honored by Doctorate Degree & also honored by President Pranab Mukharjee in AT Home Program for Freedom Fighter held in August 2015 at President House Delhi. The rooms at this B &B are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access. Heritage Village Haveli is located near to the town which enables all its guests to conveniently explore the various tourist attractions, markets, & tourist destinations. In addition to this village sightseeing service is available , one can enjoy local cultural activities & show with authentic village ambience. Your Host Freedom fighter Rameshwar choudhary, welcome you to experience Heritage of Village. While staying with us we welcome you to contribute in the festivals amid celebrations of Holi, Diwali by enjoying with us and will also share his life experience before and after freedom and struggle which was done by Indians to get the freedom. He also knows all the more about the way of life & religion in Rajasthan. History of Nawalgarh - Nawalgarh is a town of Jhunjhunu district and Thikana was established by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur of Shekhawat clan in 1737 AD. He got the region from his father Maharao Shardul Singh Ji – the ruler of Jhunjhunu. Thakur Nawal Singh Ji and his descendants were lover of art which is visible in the Nawalgarh fort and other buildings built by them. Marwari community was also very aggressive in building various mansions, and temples in the town. The town of Nawalgarh is situated in the heart of Shekhawati , it is midway Jhujhunu-Sikar Road. There is a heritage hotel run in the Roop Niwas Kothi. These days Nawalgarh is famous for various colleges and schools. All these institutions were built in 20th century by the Marwari Community. Seth GB Poddar College is a famous destination for students. Founded in the 18th Century by Nawal Singh, it has some of the finest frescoes in the Shekhawati region. A huge fort with a colourful bazaar and numerous havelis with elaborate architecture make it an interesting destination. There are a few prominent havelis like Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc., which are to be visited, as also the two forts. The palace hotel Roop Niwas is a beautiful heritage property and is provided with modern facilities. The palace offers spacious painted rooms, luxurious interiors, graceful hospitality and thematic evenings with sumptuous cuisine. The painting in their Art Gallery is a great visual treat. To the west of the fort are a group of havelis known numerically as ‘aath’ havelis, aath meaning eight. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked. It is opened for important functions. To the north is Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli. Built in 1931, the haveli depicts portraits of the Kulwal family at the entrance as also those of Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru. The windows are bordered with colourful architraves. An ornate silver gate leads to the inner courtyard which has some fine paintings mostly on religious themes. Quite close to it is the Khedwal Bhawan which features some striking mirror and blue tile work at the entrance to the inner courtyard. Some frescoes depicting a locomotive engine crossing a bridge and a woman on a swing enjoying the Teej Festival are seen on some of the walls. Also depicted is the story of legendary lovers Dhola Maru on an outside wall. Morarka Haveli threw open its doors to public only recently on payment of entry fee. The haveli displays some very well preserved paintings of incidents mentioned in the Ramayana. Other notable havelis are Bhagton ki choti Haveli, Parusrampuria Haveli, Dharni Dhakra Haveli, Chhauchharia Haveli, Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli and Geevrajka Haveli. Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum (admission Rs 40), actively maintains and adds new wall paintings. Architecture - The mansions in Nawalgarh have beautifully carved entrance gates. The paintings on the walls are fine. The metal fittings of iron and brass in the mansions depicted the wealth of the owner of the mansion. Every haveli has murals painted on either side of the walls. These paintings have been decorated with mirrors and silver and gold leaves. Most of the paintings on the havelis have religious depictions especially legends of Lord Krishna. Climate Summers - Max: 42.2 degrees C; Min: 28.7 degrees C Winters - Max: 30 degrees C; Min: 10 degrees C Fair & Festivals - Bai Festival , Holi, ramlila, Navratri, Shekhawati Festival (annually, for two days on 10th and 11th February): This festival is celebrated every year in October or November at Mandawa. About Village Heritage Haveli Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is the pretty town of Nawalgarh. The city was established in the 18th century and features the finest Shekhawati frescos in the entire area. Nawalgarh is often known as an open art gallery, where tourists can see art all over the town. The town features several havelis and a majestic fort. The most prominent havelis in Nawalgarh include the Aath Haveli, Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Village Heritage Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc. Towards the western side of the garrison is a complex of eight Nawalgarh havelis known as the Aath Havelis. The havelis are known for their unique frescos. Each of the haveli represents a different painting style from the different eras. On one haveli, tourists can see a painting depicting a steam engine whereas on other havelis tourists can see large paintings of elephants, camels and horses. Just opposite to the Aath Haveli complex is Muraraka Haveli. This haveli features fine paintings depicting legends of Lord Krishna. The haveli is usually closed unless there is a function. Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated in the triangle between Delhi- Bikaner - Jaipur . It covers a distance of 300 sq. kms and is situated in the Aravalli mountain range. It is named after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means "The garden of Shekha". The landscape of Shekhawati is dotted with painted havelis in artistic tradition, which is simply fascinating. Most of the buildings in Shekhawati dates back from early 18th century to late 20th century. Shekhawati sees far less visitors than the other better-known destinations of Rajasthan. It covers the administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. From the administrative and geographical point of view Shekhawati is limited to Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts only. Shekhavati vacation tour is the best idea to experience the charm of 18th centuries’ art and beauty. All the havelis and beautiful destinations make your Shekhawati vacation meaningful and very enjoyable here. Other Things to NoteWelcome to Village Heritage Haveli. Amit Punia is the owner of this Home Stay. He is a youth leader of Congress and has worked in various capacities for Youth Congress, Rameshwar Choudhary 96 year old Freedom Fighter is grandfather of Amit Punia His father is Farmer and doing agriculture with new organic technique. Mother is Sarpanc ( Head of Village) owner of this B&B situated in the village Bai, Nawalgarh District Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan .Culturally rich village is located only 3 km away from Nawalgarh ( Heritage Town) well connected with all parts of Rajasthan. This bed and breakfast is approved by the Ministry of tourism. . It is a 150 years old traditional haveli built by Late Shri Jeeven Ramji Choudhary. He was the landlord of that time and Haveli is landmark of the area. Haveli is decorated with exemplary Shekhawati fresco painting and traditional architecture. The haveli is situated in the heart of village. Freedom fighter Rameshwar Choudhary son of Shri Jeevanram choudhary has entered in freedom fighting at very young age. The haveli had been the hub of freedom fighting activities of the region. Haveli is witness of many up & downs of freedom struggle in region. Along with these every possible favor to for needy has been provided from haveli. Rameshwar choudhary ji has struggled and continued freedom fighting till 1947 in every manner. After independence Sh.Rameshwar choudhary served as Sarpanch (Head of the Village) for 30 years. Various developmental works has been done during the tenure. Presently freedom Fighter Rameshwar choudhary is 96 years old and living in the village with his family and his daughter In-law Mrs. Tara Devi is Present Sarpanch of the village. Haveli is restored in its old and authentic fresco painting of 1947 is still intact on Haveli walls. Being 96 year he is socially active follower of Gandhiji,s ideology . Still fighting with social evils and continuously conducts various free health checkups in de addiction camps. He spends his pension money for the social cause. Recently Mac Millan Research group UK has published a report on the Medical efforts done by him. He has been honored with various awards along with life time achievement award & He has been honored by Doctorate Degree & also honored by President Pranab Mukharjee in AT Home Program for Freedom Fighter held in August 2015 at President House Delhi. The rooms at this B &B are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access. Heritage Village Haveli is located near to the town which enables all its guests to conveniently explore the various tourist attractions, markets, & tourist destinations. In addition to this village sightseeing service is available , one can enjoy local cultural activities & show with authentic village ambience. Your Host Freedom fighter Rameshwar choudhary, welcome you to experience Heritage of Village. While staying with us we welcome you to contribute in the festivals amid celebrations of Holi, Diwali by enjoying with us and will also share his life experience before and after freedom and struggle which was done by Indians to get the freedom. He also knows all the more about the way of life & religion in Rajasthan. History of Nawalgarh - Nawalgarh is a town of Jhunjhunu district and Thikana was established by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur of Shekhawat clan in 1737 AD. He got the region from his father Maharao Shardul Singh Ji – the ruler of Jhunjhunu. Thakur Nawal Singh Ji and his descendants were lover of art which is visible in the Nawalgarh fort and other buildings built by them. Marwari community was also very aggressive in building various mansions, and temples in the town. The town of Nawalgarh is situated in the heart of Shekhawati , it is midway Jhujhunu-Sikar Road. There is a heritage hotel run in the Roop Niwas Kothi. These days Nawalgarh is famous for various colleges and schools. All these institutions were built in 20th century by the Marwari Community. Seth GB Poddar College is a famous destination for students. Founded in the 18th Century by Nawal Singh, it has some of the finest frescoes in the Shekhawati region. A huge fort with a colourful bazaar and numerous havelis with elaborate architecture make it an interesting destination. There are a few prominent havelis like Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Aath Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc., which are to be visited, as also the two forts. The palace hotel Roop Niwas is a beautiful heritage property and is provided with modern facilities. The palace offers spacious painted rooms, luxurious interiors, graceful hospitality and thematic evenings with sumptuous cuisine. The painting in their Art Gallery is a great visual treat. To the west of the fort are a group of havelis known numerically as ‘aath’ havelis, aath meaning eight. The frescoes on these havelis are indeed not of the best quality as they represent the transition in painting styles; the pure traditional style of painting started showing elements associated with modernity. One of the paintings depicts a steam locomotive while others show mammoth images of elephants, horses and camels. Opposite these havelis is situated the Moraraka Haveli, which have some very fine paintings including miniature paintings from the legends associated with Lord Krishna. The haveli has no occupants and the courtyard is usually locked. It is opened for important functions. To the north is Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli. Built in 1931, the haveli depicts portraits of the Kulwal family at the entrance as also those of Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru. The windows are bordered with colourful architraves. An ornate silver gate leads to the inner courtyard which has some fine paintings mostly on religious themes. Quite close to it is the Khedwal Bhawan which features some striking mirror and blue tile work at the entrance to the inner courtyard. Some frescoes depicting a locomotive engine crossing a bridge and a woman on a swing enjoying the Teej Festival are seen on some of the walls. Also depicted is the story of legendary lovers Dhola Maru on an outside wall. Morarka Haveli threw open its doors to public only recently on payment of entry fee. The haveli displays some very well preserved paintings of incidents mentioned in the Ramayana. Other notable havelis are Bhagton ki choti Haveli, Parusrampuria Haveli, Dharni Dhakra Haveli, Chhauchharia Haveli, Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli and Geevrajka Haveli. Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum (admission Rs 40), actively maintains and adds new wall paintings. Architecture - The mansions in Nawalgarh have beautifully carved entrance gates. The paintings on the walls are fine. The metal fittings of iron and brass in the mansions depicted the wealth of the owner of the mansion. Every haveli has murals painted on either side of the walls. These paintings have been decorated with mirrors and silver and gold leaves. Most of the paintings on the havelis have religious depictions especially legends of Lord Krishna. Climate Summers - Max: 42.2 degrees C; Min: 28.7 degrees C Winters - Max: 30 degrees C; Min: 10 degrees C Fair & Festivals - Bai Festival , Holi, ramlila, Navratri, Shekhawati Festival (annually, for two days on 10th and 11th February): This festival is celebrated every year in October or November at Mandawa. About Village Heritage Haveli Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is the pretty town of Nawalgarh. The city was established in the 18th century and features the finest Shekhawati frescos in the entire area. Nawalgarh is often known as an open art gallery, where tourists can see art all over the town. The town features several havelis and a majestic fort. The most prominent havelis in Nawalgarh include the Aath Haveli, Anandilal Poddar Haveli, Village Heritage Haveli, Hodh Raj Patodia Haveli, etc. Towards the western side of the garrison is a complex of eight Nawalgarh havelis known as the Aath Havelis. The havelis are known for their unique frescos. Each of the haveli represents a different painting style from the different eras. On one haveli, tourists can see a painting depicting a steam engine whereas on other havelis tourists can see large paintings of elephants, camels and horses. Just opposite to the Aath Haveli complex is Muraraka Haveli. This haveli features fine paintings depicting legends of Lord Krishna. The haveli is usually closed unless there is a function. Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated in the triangle between Delhi- Bikaner - Jaipur . It covers a distance of 300 sq. kms and is situated in the Aravalli mountain range. It is named after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means "The garden of Shekha". The landscape of Shekhawati is dotted with painted havelis in artistic tradition, which is simply fascinating. Most of the buildings in Shekhawati dates back from early 18th century to late 20th century. Shekhawati sees far less visitors than the other better-known destinations of Rajasthan. It covers the administrative districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. From the administrative and geographical point of view Shekhawati is limited to Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts only. Shekhavati vacation tour is the best idea to experience the charm of 18th centuries’ art and beauty. All the havelis and beautiful destinations make your Shekhawati vacation meaningful and very enjoyable here.
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85br 3.5-star Hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
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Situated in Mandawa, this historic hotel is steps from Mandawa Square and Mandawa Fort. Haveli Nadine Prince is 12.4 mi (19.9 km) away.
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Nice
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3.5-star Hotel
Situated in a rural location, this resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mandawa Fort and Mandawa Square. Haveli Nadine Prince and Ganeriwal Haveli are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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65br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Mandawa, this resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mandawa Square and Mandawa Fort. Haveli Nadine Prince and Ganeriwal Haveli are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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The SpaceMy room is in a 120 year old Haveli or mansion owned by merchants of the yesteryears. The room is well-lit with a private balcony space from which you can view the city and its beautiful Havelis. The room is well appointed with a King Sized bed, a desk to write on and a seating area. The bathroom is well appointed with hot and cold running water, toileteries and fresh towels. Guest AccessApart from the room, guests can access the common courtyard, the dining area, the library and the photo gallery. Interaction with GuestsI'll be there at all times to interact and be with the guests. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is an open air museum filled with beautiful Havelis and ruins of Havelis. The town and its Havelis have their own stories to tell and you can spend many afternoons walking through this town and gazing at the beautiful frescoes. Getting AroundRamgarh is easily accessible by car and rail. The nearest station is Churu that is 14km away. You can walk through Ramgarh or take the numerous tuk tuks that ply in the town. Other Things to NoteI organise walks throughout this beautiful town, camel cart safaris and evenings of great Rajasthani folk music as well.
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Located in Jaipur, Mandawa Haveli is convenient to Heaven-Piercing Minaret and Ram Niwas Gardens. This historic hotel is within close proximity of Birla Auditorium and Bapu Bazaar. Make yourself at home in one of the 75 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones and ceiling fans, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or make use of other amenities including a hair salon. Satisfy your appetite at one of the hotel's 2 restaurants. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and coffee/tea in common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Located in Mandawa, The Desert Resort is in a rural location and convenient to Mandawa Square and Mandawa Fort. Make yourself at home in one of the 60 guestrooms. Amenities Pamper yourself with onsite massages or enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool. Additional features include gift shops/newsstands, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance. Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Desert Resort. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Free self parking is available onsite.
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51br hotel
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Situated in the historical district, this historic palace is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Alsisar Gate and within 16 mi (25 km) of Khetri Mahal and Badalgarh Fort. Mohanlal Ishwardas Modi Haveli and Rani Sati Temple are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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12br hotel
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Situated in Ramgarh, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Chhatris and Quba Masjid. Narayan Niwas Castle is 5 mi (8 km) away.
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15br hotel
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Situated in Churu, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Lakhau Fort, Quba Masjid, and Chhatris. Narayan Niwas Castle is 12.1 mi (19.5 km) away.
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hotel
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When visiting Mandawa, The Desert Resort is a great choice to consider. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Other highlights include an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge.
hotel
hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
When visiting Mandawa, The Desert Resort is a great choice to consider. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Other highlights include an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge.