Known for a beautiful indigenous style of art and large scale production of marble, Kishangarh in Rajasthan is a royal town whitewashed with the color of the stone that still holds dear its princely history. Forts and palaces dot the city of Kishangarh, luring tourists from all over the country and the world. The city’s proximity to Ajmer makes it an even more attractive tourist destination.
Founded by the Rathore prince Kishan Singh, Kishangarh has been ruled by the Jodhpuri kings and later by the Mughals. During British reign, it remained as the eponymous princely state of Kishangarh under the Rajputs. The architecture of the imposing structures displays the fine craftsmanship appreciated by the historic rulers and, in the 18th century, the Kishangarh style of miniature paintings was born. The Bani Thani, depicting the life of a courtesan, is one of the most famous works of the region, which is a big reason people visit Kishangarh. With its myriad tourist destinations and thriving cultural ethos of the city, it is no wonder that Kishangarh is one of Rajasthan’s most popular and visited places.
The Kishangarh Fort is an important landmark in the city, displaying traditional decorative arts and a stunning style of architecture from the Mughal and Rajputana dynasties. Also known as Roopangarh Fort, the interiors, especially the beautiful latticed windows, are worth seeing.
The Gond Talav is a popular picnic spot in Kishangarh, thronged by locals and tourists alike. It is a scenic locale where peace promises to wash over you. The Bani Thani paintings, which celebrate history and culture, and have been well-preserved by the state, must be witnessed while visiting Kishangarh. Kishangarh is known for its large-scale marble industry, so checking out some of the factories and temples made of locally sourced stone in the city would be enjoyable.
Finally, Kishangarh is known to house the only Hindu temple of nine planets, so this deserves a visit as well.
Auto-rickshaws and local buses are fairly easily available in and around Kishangarh. You can hire a private taxi or car and go sightseeing in Ajmer, Kishangarh and the other nearby areas.
On a daily basis there are approximately 56 flights that operate at Jaipur International Airport.IndiGo, Air India and Air India Express are the most popular airline brands that fly frequently to this airport.
Besides flying you can also reach Kishangarh through train.Kishangarhis one of the most popular train stations in Kishangarh.On an average about 100+ trains pass through Kishangarh on a daily basis.Jaipur to Kishangarh, Ajmer to Kishangarh, Phulera to Kishangarhare some of the most popular routes to Kishangarh with 152, 136, 115 trains weekly respectively.
By road Kishangarh is surrounded by Ajmer, Makrana, Kuchaman City which are 15.26 km, 33.46 km, 39.46 km away respectively. These places are ideal spots for people to plan their short weekend break.