Bazaar of Nawalgarh

Taking a tour to your desired destination is quite an experience. However we often are left wondering what to buy as a memory for our dear ones from such destinations. If you happen to be in Nawalgarh in Rajasthan you will never find yourself at loss of spotting perfect mementos. Shopping in Nawalgarh is a delightful and refreshing experience.



The local bazaar is full with all kind of local handicraft stuff. Nawalgarh is quite famous for its Shekhawati paintings, which are an integral part of all the Havelis in this township. The exquisite and beautiful murals are the main attraction for the tourists over here. The replicas of these Shekhawati paintings can be seen in the local markets which can serve as a beautiful memoir for your near relatives and friends. Local artisans with the help of their natural talents recreate the murals and frescos of the beautiful palaces and Havelis on paper or cloth which certainly are the most in demand object for visitors.

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Nawalgarh – and Famous Poddar Haveli

Nalwagarh has it all, havelis, bazaars, stay options and is in middle of the region so serves as abase for tourist in this region. Founded in 1737 AD by Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur (Shekhawat), Nawalgarh was surrounded by a wall and four gates allowing entry to the village. Numerous merchants had their orgins in thi town. The famous Goenka family was also from this town. Many rich traders in Jaipur can trace their origins to Nawalgarh.

Some of the popular sites to see in this town are:

  • Bala Kila Fort: It was built by Thakur Nawal Singh
  • Fatehgarh Fort: It was built by Thakur Nawal Singh and his descendants.
  • Roop Niwas Kothi(Palace) : It was built by Thakur Roop Singh Ji and Rawal Madan Singh Ji.
  • Laxshmi Nrisingh Mandir : It was built by Thakur Udai Singh in 1869
  • Shri Gopinath Ji Mandir : It was built by Thakur Nawal Singh.

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