The Shekawati region of Rajasthan, apart from being the land of the braves rajput kings, is also famous for its forts and havelis built by the Shekawat kings and rulers. It is a semi desert region of the northeast part of Rajasthan and is situated between Delhi - Bikaner - Jaipur.
It is a great place to visit during the shekhawati tour, if you are interested in exploring the old havelis to see the magnificent wall paintings (fresco) which all around these havelis. It has the largest concentration of frescos in the world and therefore has been recognised as the "open art gallery of Rajasthan" The other tourist spot are the Lachhmangarh Fort, Rambagh and Sikar. Hindi, Rajasthani and Marwari are the three main languages spoken here.Information :
Summer : Max 42ºC, Min 29 ºC
Winter : Max 30 ºC, Min 11ºC
Language : Hindi, Rajasthani and Marwari.
Jaipur : 187 Kilometers
Bikaner : 230 Kilometer.
In the 16th-17th centuries, Rajasthan stood divided into five large and several smaller kingdoms. The five were Amber, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur . Shekhawati are the most prominent of the all the Kachawahas. They are offsprings of the great Kachawaha Rajput warrior Rao Shekha. He ruled over the region called 'Shekhawati'. Shekhawati has given maximum number of soldiers to the country.Tourists Attraction :
Air : Jaipur is 120 km away from shekhawati.
Rail : Mainline railway joining Delhi, Jaipur,Bikaner crosses Shekhawati.
Road : Travel from road is the conveinent way.Jaipur is 120 km away from Jaipur.