Shekhawati is located in the northeast part of Rajasthan that got its name from the Shekhawat Rajputs. It is situated at a distance of 275 km from Delhi. The region has been renowned as the open art gallery of Rajasthan with the largest concentration of frescos in the world.
On Delhi shekhawati tour visitors come across various housing buildings dating back from 18th to early 20th century, Shekhawati is worth a visit to have a feel of Rajasthan’s rich culture and heritage. Explore painted havelis and hear about the love stories of various kings and queens that lived here. Shekhawati is also famous historically as its roads were once caravan routes where the goods from India & China were bartered with that of Africa, Europe, Persia and Arabia.
Excursions from Shekhawati
There are a number of excursions to choose. Nalagarh is located at a distance of about 24 km, Ramgarh and Fatehpur at a distance of about 20 km, Churu at a distance of about 28 km and Mahansar at a distance of 12 km. Rest assure of having a fun filled experience going on any or all of these excursions.
How to reach
By Road: Delhi – Dharuhera (NH 8), Dharuhera – Mandawa via Rewari (6 By Rail: Shekhawati Express is the train to reach Shekhawati that runs between Jaipur Junction Railway Station ins Rajasthan and Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railways ststion.