Adorned with the royal legacy of Deora Rajputs and the divine aura cast by the numerous places of worship, Sirohi stands out with an unrivaled air of regal splendor and mystic charm. Situated in the shadow of Rajasthan’s majestic Siranwa Hills, the city served as the mighty stronghold of the Deora clan of Rajputs since the 15th century, retaining its stately glory as a princely state during the British reign. Enriched by historical and religious influences over the years, it nurtures a rich and vibrant culture that continues to thrive even today.
A treasure trove of historical heritage, Sirohi is home to numerous important sites. Get a glimpse of the regal lifestyle of the Sirohi’s erstwhile Rajput rulers with a visit to the grand Sirohi Fort. Its architecture and design represent the grandeur of bygone eras when it was the stronghold of the Deora rulers.
Any visit to Sirohi would be incomplete without trailing the numerous different temples and shrines that adorn the city and its surroundings. The Hindu temples of Mahadeo and Saraswati and the Jain shrines in Mirpur and Pavapuri are of religious as well as historical significance.
A great time to visit Sirohi is during the annual Revadi and Sarneshwarji Fairs when the city is enlivened with exuberant beats of folk music.
A well-connected network of roads and public transport allows you to move around the city with ease. City buses provide services in most parts of the town while some of the state-run buses connect it to major cities nearby. Auto-rickshaws are commonly used for traveling within the city. Taxis are also available in some areas.
On a daily basis there are approximately 6 flights that operate at Maharana Pratap Airport.Air India and SpiceJet are the most popular airline brands that fly frequently to this airport.
By road Sirohi is surrounded by Jalor, Palanpur, Udaipur which are 34.79 km, 55.12 km, 57.13 km away respectively. These places are ideal spots for people to plan their short weekend break.