Friday, 4 August 2017

Chittorgarh - A historical marvel in the desert state of Rajasthan

Looking for a serious sightseeing? Do visit Chittorgarh Fort a symbol of Rajput chivalry, resistance and bravery




Chittorgarh resonates with stories of Rajputana bravery, pride and passion. The bards of Rajasthan sing tales of courage and sacrifice recounting stories that are known to every child and adult in the city. Chittorgarh is named after its most imposing structure, the Chittorgarh Fort which stands atop a 180 metre high hill and is spread across 700 acres.

There are number of places in Rajasthan and Chittorgarh is one of the historical place which is must visit. It is known for the dazzling Chittorgarh Fort which will remind us of the architecture and Chivalry of the then Kings in Rajasthan. However there are other mesmerizing places in and around Chittorgarh which are less explored by the tourists. 



"The Chittorgarh Fort stands tall over a 180 meter high  hillock and spread over 700 acres".

NAGRI
Nagri is located about 20 Kms from Chittorgarh situated on the banks of river Bairach. Formerly known as Madhyamika, Nagri is one of the most important townships of the Mauryan era in Rajasthan.  

The place saw huge growth and flourished during the Maurya and Gupta eras. The excavations in Nagri have unearthed many exciting facts and have showed signs of strong Hindu and Buddhist influence.


BAROLO
It is located about 140 Kms from Chittorgarh in the Rawatbhata Tehsil. You can see numerous ancient temples here which include the ruins of the famous temples of babaroli.

BASSI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
This wildlife sanctuary is located about 25 Km from Chittorgarh
The Bassi wildlife sanctuary is spread over 50 Square Kms near Bassi village in the Chittorgarh Tehsil. 

The main attractions of Bassi sanctuary are  panther,  wild boar, antelopes and mongoose. Bassi also attract Migratory birds.
If you are planning to go to Bassi then please note that in order to get the entry you need to get prior permission from the District Forst Officer, Chittaurgarh. 


SANWARIYA JI TEMPLE
Located on the Chittor-Udaipur Highway about 40 Kms from Chittaurgarh is the famous Sanwariya Ji Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna.

MATRI KUNDIYA TEMPLE
About 45 Kms from Chittaurgarh is the famous Matri Kundiya Temple which is also known as the "Haridwar of Mewar". This shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

BHAINSORGARH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Yet another wildlife sanctuary located in the secluded and serene region, the Bhainsorgarh Sanctuary lies amidst lush green environment. You can also see precious archaeological remains here.

BIJAIPUR
You can also stay here now as this Castle is converted into a hotel. Bijapur fort is over 350 year old and was built by Rao Shakti Singh, the youngest brother of Maharana Pratap.

SITAMATA SANCTUARY
The sanctuary is located amidst lush green teak trees and is spread over the Aravali and Vindhyachal ranges in Rajasthan. The population of the Teak Trees is over 50% in Sitamata Sanctuary. Apart from this there are many other trees like salar, tendu, amla, bamboo and bel etc.

Another breathtaking view inside is of the three rivers that flow through the forests of Sitamata Sanctuary. There is a Dam as well on Jakham river. 

You will find numerous species of animals and birds here. The main fauna include hyena, leopard, jackal, fox, jungle cat, porcupine, four horned antelope spotted dear, wild bear, nilgai etc.

However one of the major attractions of the Sanctuary is the conspicuous flying squirrel, which can be observed gliding between the trees during night. Autumn is the best season to watch these creatures when the trees have shed their leaves.

DEOGARH
Located about 125 Kms from Chittorgarh is the famous 16th century fort near Pratapgarh. You can also see the ancient murals and Jain temple here.

MENAL
One of the famous picnic spot in this region Menal is located about 90 Kms from Chittorgarh on the Chittor-Bundi Road. 

Menal is also known as the "mini khajauraho" by the locals. The place is truly blessed with natural landscapes and beauty. The waterfalls are the main attractions here apart from famous for the ancient temples surrounded by lush green forests.

GOTMESHWAR
Gotmeshwar has an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located about 130 Kms from Chittorgarh

JOGNIYA MATA JI TEMPLE
 The ancient temple built about 300 years ago is dedicated to Goddess Yogini 





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Thursday, 3 August 2017

If you are in a mood to travel off the beaten path, check out these unique exotic places in Rajasthan

Discover Worlds exotic destinations for holiday with Organic Holidays.

So want to get off the grid? Are you looking for an exotic weekend getaway from Delhi which is still unexplored and free from the maddening crowd? Wanna jet away to a place where you can not only relax but also enjoy your vacation with your family and friends? 

Do you know that there are many unexplored places in Rajasthan which are as historical and as exotic and enchanting as any other place in the Royal state of Rajasthan. Do you know that there are number of places in Rajasthan that are getting a lot of buzz in the travel world right now

Raising a toast to the explorer within you, here is an exotic getaway for you to consider for your next vacation. 

Don't say that you have already visited Rajasthan before exploring the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Havelis of Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan must be in your bucket list

Shekhawati means the garden of Shekha. The name Shekhawati comes from Rao Shekha, a Kachhwaha satrap, who had dominated and conquered large parts of the region in the fifteenth century. However under the reign of Shardul Singh in 18th century Shekhawati region reached its political zenith.
The Shekhawati Region in Rajasthan is spread across districts of Jhunjunu, Sikar and Churu in Northern parts of Rajasthan, close to Haryana.
The most suitable base of exploring Shekhawati in Rajasthan is Mandawa which is located about 170 Kms north-west of the state capital Jaipur and around 275 kms south-west of the National Capital Delhi.
The best of the painted towns of Shekhawati region are located within a 50 km radius from Mandawa. The region is famous for the marvelous Havelis.





 Best places to visit in Shekhawati Region in Rajasthan
Mandawa 

Mandawa town is located about 35 kms from Jhunjunu. The Small but elegant town Mandawa was established in the year 1756, when Nawal Singh built the fort which is now converted into the hotel called Castle Mandawa. The town however became a full-fledged town after Nawal Singh’s 2 grandsons made mandawa their home at the close of the 18th century. 
Mandawa lured number of merchants to set up shop here. You will find the murals of the Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli extraordinary, particularly in the diversity of their themes.
You would be surprised to see that Bansidhar Nevatia Haveli in Mandawa showing the Wright brothers’ maiden flight and a European making a telephone call, as well as a rather nationalistic tug-of-war between a strongman called Prof Ramamurti and a motor car driven by an Englishman.
Then there is Sneh Ram Ladia Haveli, Murmuria Haveli, Double Goenka Haveli which has humorous erotica painted on the outer left wall, a woman having sex with two men, and Krishna making love to a gopi. You can have access to this wall but through a thin passage from inside.


Bissau
Bissau is old-fashioned but very attractive little oasis to the north-west of Mandawa about 25 kms. Bissau is an amazing small town where you can see Keshargarh Fort which was built in 1746 by Keshari Singh, one of the five sons of Shardul Singh.
During 19th century Bissau town prospered a lot as it was corridor through which trading carvan moved freely between Delhi and the ports of Gujarat. It was an important link on the southern Silk route. Most of the merchant families like Poddars, Goenkas, Ruias, Singhanias, Birlas and many more originally belonged to this region and later migrated to port towns in India.
The answer to why there are so many Haveli’s in the Shekhawti region is that it was a tradition in those days whoever made it good in terms of trade and business would come back to his home place and build four things namely, a Haveli, a Baoli, a Mandir and a Dharamshala. As these businessmen became rich and multiplied their wealth they went on doing charity, erecting colleges, cenotaphs, grander and grander havelis, finally when nothing else could be thought of, they ordered that the Havelis be painted.
Some of the famous Havelis in Bissau region are Motiram Jasraj Sigthia Haveli located in one of the narrow lanes of Bissau. The small opening or entrance will lead you to the breathtaking view inside the Haveli. The fa├žade is an extraordinary riot of rich colors. Each and every wall is painted and impressive.


Mahansar in Shekhawati region
Mahansar is located about 40 km North of Mandawa town. After you visit Bissau you can plan to visit Mahansar next Shekhawati town only about ten km away from Bissau. The small old town of Mahansar is truly delightful but sort of laid-back town.
The layout of Mahansar town is geometric and in a very less time it can be explored say about in an hour. Mahansar is also known as the customary business stronghold of the Poddar family, who in the nineteenth century moved their booming business in chintz and opium here.
The Poddars during those days commissioned some of the most skilled murals in Shekhawati. The most famous was, the Sone ki Dukan or the Golden Shop. That time it used to be the head office of the Poddars and was so called because of the lavish use of gold in the murals inside, is easily the piece de resistance.
The paintings are amzing and whoever have painted the murals must have been an accomplished illustrator who possessed a great sense of colour and composition. The highlighting point is ornately depicted war between the armies of Rama and Ravana, Rama’s wedding and Vishnu’s incarnations.
You will also find an enthralling Mahansar fort just about five minutes walk from Sone ki Dukan.  The small and elegant Mahansar Fort was founded by Thakur Nahar Singh in 1768. A portion of Mahansar Fort is now turned into a heritage hotel called Narayan Niwas Palace owned and run by Thakur Sahib Tejpal Singh and his family.

Ramgarh
Ramgarh is located about 40 km North-West of Mandawa town. Ramgarh is only about 8 km from Mahansar. In the 19th Century Ramgarh used to be one of Shekhawati’s wealthiest towns. Even today Ramgarh is still called Sethon ka Ramgarh (Ramgarh of the Merchants) just to differentiate it from its namesakes. The town was founded by Poddars in 1791who were fled Churu town after the thakur there had levied heavy taxes on their wool business, Ramgarh boasts the largest number of murals in the whole of Shekhawati.

Fatehpur
Fatehpur is situated on the west of Mandawa about 19 Kms from Mandawa and around 15 km south of Ramgarh, Fatehpur was founded by Fateh Khan in 1451 and is one of the oldest towns in Shekhawati. Fatehgarh town has a rich history because of which it has some impressive step-wells and joharas (reservoirs). Fatehgarh at one point in time was also home to well-known Marwari business families such as Poddars, the Singhanias, Devras and Saraogis, who have built some of the most magnificently decorated havelis in the Shekhawati region.

Don’t miss the Nand Lal Devra now known as the Nadine le Prince Haveli. It was bought by the French woman for a whopping 3 million rupees in 1998. She is a painter herself and till now has spent over 6 million for its renovation and restoration work. You would also be delighted to see the Singhania Haveli with its huge painting of four elephants cradling goddess Lakshmi with their trunks, and exquisitely painted gopis. Choudhary ki Haveli is one of the most richly painted in Shekhawati, please check wether it is now open or still shut.
Nawalgarh
Nawalgarh located about 28 Kms from Mandawa toward south-east. Nawalgarh is one of the largest and busiest towns of Shekhawati. It was established in 1737 by Nawal Singh, one of the sons of renowned Shardul Singh. Nawalgarh has witnessed a series of rulers who were lenient and attracted a numerous rich Marwari merchants who built many richly painted havelis here.

Though many of the Havelis in Nawalgarh are now in a state of disrepair, do not miss to visit the Poddar Haveli which is an exception. It has been turned into a museum now. The murals in this early 20th century haveli have been carefully restored to their original glory. The museum also exhibits wedding costumes of different communities of Rajasthan.
Absolute artistic brilliance can be seen on the painted ceiling of a small room in the fort called Bala Qila stands.
Aath Haveli is yet another piece of great work in Nawalgarh with its mural of a long train with one passenger per compartment; a woman feeding a child and at the same time doing her make-up; a couple making love. You can also watch out for Morarka Haveli in Nawalgarh near Aath Haveli.Morarka boasts of gracefully sketched paintings.
Then there is Sheksaria Haveli, Chaucharia Haveli apart from the above mentioned havelis in Nawalgarh
Parasrampura 

Parasrampura is located about 45 kms from Mandawa town. It is a small and beautiful peaceful village in the Shekhawati region where you can see some of the finest and earliest murals in Shekhawati. The murals embellish the chhatri of Shardul Singh, who stayed in this village during his last days. Built in 1750, the cenotaph portrays scenes from Hindu mythology. It also shows the legendary Shardul Singh take the chair of his court along with his five sons.
Dundlod


Dundlod is located about 23 kms from Mandawa and around 8 km from Mukundgarh on the road to Nawalgarh. It is a small, peaceful and relatively tidy town in the Shekhawati belt which was establieshed in 1750 by Keshri Singh, who also happens to be the founder of Bissau. The Dera Dundlod Quila is now converted into a hotel was built in 1750. It has a very magnificent and lavish hall, called the Diwan-e-Khana. The Goenkas were the ruling business clan in Dundlod and have built number of Havelis which worth a visit.
How to reach Shekhawati Belt Region of Rajasthan
Nearest Airport – Sanganer Airport Jaipur connected from Delhi Mumbai Jodhpur Bangalore and other major cities. Regular bus service and trains are available from Jaipur to the Shekhawati region towns like Jhunjunu Sikar Mandawa Churu etc. You can also hire a Taxi to Mandawa which is about 180 Kms from jaipur Airport. Taxi will charge from Rs 2500 to 3000.
By Rail
Many towns of Shekhawati Region are connected by train and Rail service. Dundlod, Mukundgarh, Jhunjunu and Nawalgarh are the nearest railway stations from Mandawa.
By Road
Shekhawati belt region is well connected by road from Jaipur Delhi Bikaner and other parts of the state. Frequent bus service is available to these places.
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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

How to plan a trip to the Desert Kingdom of Rajasthan - Travel Guide to Rajasthan

Planning a Trip to Deserts of Jodhpur Bikaner Jaisalmer - Triangle of the three desert kingdoms




When I was on my first trip to Rajasthan about many years ago the first thing that came into my mind was that I shall be encountering sand dunes and camels on my way. I had just passed my college and in those days I did not have access to computers or internet and the information was not that vast as it used to be today. My perception about Rajasthan was only a desert because this is what was being projected in our movies or Tele serials those days. During my entire journey by bus I kept on hoping that now I will get to see sand dunes, I was curious to see all this but to my surprise I reached Jaipur and did not encounter such landscapes. Even after Reaching Jaipur I did not get to see desert or sand dunes.


After my visit to Jaipur I went to Ajmer Pushkar and was disappointed again that there were no sand dunes or desert there. Out of curiosity I used to ask the locals about the desert and came to know that I have to go all the way to Barmer, Jaisalmer or Bikaner to get a glimpse of the Desert. During this visit I had to satisfy myself with the small sand dunes in Pushkar - the holy city near Ajmer.
That was my first experience in Rajasthan during the times when there were limited mobile connections, no internet on the move and other fast modes of communication.
Today the times have changed, now you can plan your journey in advance and can have the minutest details of the place you are going to visit. You can book your hotel room online, book your rail or bus tickets online. In fact you can have all the information under the sun.


Do you know how you can plan a trip to the Desert Kingdom of Rajasthan? If you are planning to visit the deserts in Rajasthan then you need to go to Jaisalmer Jodhpur or Bikaner regions of Rajasthan.
Here is the suggested itinerary for you for a trip to the deserts in Rajasthan. Triangle of the three desert kingdoms are Bikaner, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer
Day 1 at Jaipur: Arrival in Jaipur. You can plan Sightseeing at Amer fort and Nahargarh Fort. Evening at Chokhi Dani.

Day 2: Plan Jaipur city tour, visit old Jaipur market, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and other famous places in the Pink City

Day 3: After breakfast, drive via Samode with its lovely palaces, through the   painted towns of Shekhwati to Mandawa for overnight stay at the castle.

Day 4: Sightseeing at Mandawa, and then depart for Bikaner with picnic lunch.


Day 5: Sightseeing of fort and museums of Bikaner and depart for Jaisalmer.


Day 6: 
Enjoy desert safari, camel safari, jeep safari at Sam Sand Dunes. Overnight stay in the camps.

Day 7: 
Sightseeing at Jaisalmer fort, Lake and temples. Jodhpur in the evening

Day 8: Sightseeing at Jodhpur and nearby Mandore gardens. Tour ends with evening flight  to Delhi/Mumbai (In a variation of this trip, you can eliminate Bikaner and replace it with the small desert village of Khimsar where   the fortified palace is a heritage hotel.)

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Friday, 23 June 2017

Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017 - ASI, SI, Constables Vacancies in Rajasthan Police 2017

Rajasthan Police Direct Bharti Rally Recruitment 2017 for ASI, SI, Constables
Rajasthan Police announces recruitment for various posts every year at the official website of Rajasthan Police and also in the leading Daily News Papers in Rajasthan along with Rozgar Samachar. Recruitments in Rajasthan Police are generally done for Constables, Clerks, and ASI etc. Constable Bharti in Rajasthan Police is announced every year and takes place in various locations in Rajasthan. Watch out for the latest announcement of Rajasthan Police Recruitment. 

We will also keep you updated about the details when the Constable Bharti and Rajasthan Police Recruitment is announced.
Eligibility for Constable in Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017
(please check the official website for the latest updates)
 Chest - 81 cm Minimum
(expansion min 5 cm)
Height - 168 cm
Age - 18 yrs to 23 yrs
The upper age limit is relaxed as per Governments Rules.
Written Test (PHQ)
Physical and Medical Examination
Physical efficiency Test
Interview by board constituted/by the DGP
Eligibility for Sub Inspector SI and DSP in Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017
Chest - 81 cm Minimum
(expansion min 5 cm)
Height - 168 cm
Age limit - 20 yrs to 25 yrs (For S.I.)
Please note that for eleigibility of DSP and the age limit fo DSP post in Rajasthan Police please refer RPSC Notification

The upper age limit is relaxed as per Governments Rules.
Graduate Degree from a
recognized University
Written Test (RPSC)
Physical effenciency Test
Interview by RPSC

Written Test (RPSC)
Medical and Physical Examination
Interview by RPSC

Note – Please refer to the latest announcement of Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2013-2014 at the official website and in the News Papers.


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Friday, 16 June 2017

Weekend Trip from Delhi to Rajasthan - Best Unexplored destinations in Rajasthan

How to Plan a Weekend Trip to Rajasthan - Best Places to visit in Rajasthan - Rajasthan Road Trip to unexplored places

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Rajasthan is located in a close proximity to Delhi, the National Capital of India. You cross Gurgaon Manesar and Rajsthan will welcome you. The express highway from Delhi to Jaipur is almost ready now and the travel time is going to reduce by 1 hour from delhi to Jaipur. Reaching Jaipur from delhi is so convenient now.

If you want to spend your holidays the you have lot of options in Rajasthan. You have Ajmer Pushkar, Jaipur Alwar, Ranthambore National Park, Jaipur, Sikar, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur, and number of other places.

The real enjoyment in visiting Rajasthan is when you plan one city at a time. Do not rush and jump cities in order to just touch them. You need to get the real feel of the place when you are visiting Rajasthan. For example in Jaipur itself there are so many famous as well as unexplored places which are must visit. Jaipur is not about only Hawa Mahal or Forts. There are numerous other amazing and breathtaking places here. Explore them and enjoy the vacation without any stress of traveling when you have only few holidays.
Plan a Trip to Rajasthan now which is a dream destination for people all over the world.

Rajasthan is visited by millions of people so it is always advisable to book you bus, train air tickets in advance. You also need to book your hotel rooms in advance while visiting Rajasthan. The Rajasthan tourism department now offers online bookings of RTDC hotels. Rajasthan roadways offers online bus ticket booking facility for the Volvo Deluxe Ac and ordinary buses. You can book your rail tickets at irctc site.

Book your Hotel room now to avoid any inconvenience at the eleventh hour. Rajasthan roadways offers one of the best bus services in India with a huge fleet of well maintained luxury and ordinary buses. Book your Bus Tickets now for your Rajasthan Trip. Apno Rajasthan is also well connected by rail network from all parts of the country. Check the Train Schedule from Delhi to Rajasthan and book your tickets online



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Saturday, 10 June 2017

Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017-2018 - Police Constable Bharti ASI SI Clerk Vacancies in Raj Police 2017-2018

Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017

PROCEDURE FOR DIRECT RECRUITMENT CONSTABLE CLERK

Are you looking for a job in Rajathan Police? Do you want to serve your state and country by joining Police Force in Rajasthan? Are you looking for the latest jobs and vacancies in Rajasthan Police Department? Do you want to know the eligibility, last date, online application forms and other details of Rajasthan Police recruitment?

Rajasthan Police announces Recruitment for various posts in the official website and leading News Papers from time to tome.

If you wish to join the Rajasthan Police then you have many options as Rajasthan Police has 4 entry levels. The recruitment in Rajasthan Police is carried out for number of posts. Rajasthan Police announces recruitment for Constables, Sub Inspectors. Also the recruitment of Deputy Superintendent of Police in Rajasthan is done through IPS or Indian Police Service Exam

Direct Recruitment Bharti in Rajasthan Police for telecommunications Cadre.
Rajasthan Police also offers Direct Recruitments for Inspector and ASI or Assistant Sub

Rajasthan Police also recruits Assistant Sub Inspectors or ASI recruitment through local board/ RPSC.
Rajasthan Police Recruitment for Constables is done district wise separately.

Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017 for SI or sub Inspector and Rajasthan Police Recruitment for DSP or Deputy Superintendent of Police is carried out by RPSC or Rajasthan Public Service Commission.

Recruitments in Rajasthan Police are also done through UPSC for IPS officers.

Candidates are advised to go through the latest announcement of Rajasthan Police Recruitment in the official website or newspaper and other advertisements that are published in all the leading Hindi and English Daily Newspapers in Rajasthan and India.


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