Dudhwa Khara: A Silent Churu Village of Shekhawati Region Speaks with its Painted Havelis

Have you ever visited Dudhwa Khara, a terminal village of Churu, Rajasthan? If not, it’s time to plan for your incomplete Rajasthan visit. The village constitutes one of the prominent visiting sites of the Shekhawati region and it houses a number of traditional huge painted havelis. These havelis portray the fine painting skills that the Shekhawati artists possess, more particularly, had possessed. Design and construction of these Dudhwa Khara havelis coupled with their awe-inspiring paintings will make you enthralled. Even though Churu is a district where painted havelis are found in abundant, Dudhwa Khara adds augmented dimension in them.

Dudhwa Khara Fresco

Dudhwa Khara Fresco

Dudhwa Khara is located just 36-km North of Churu at the middle of Thar Desert. The village supports a long history of culture and sacrifices. If you keep your ears open while walking along the roads filled with golden sands of the sprawling village Dudhwa Khara, you will find your visit worth your imagination.

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