Jaswantgarh, a village in Rajasthan’s Nagaur district, is sandwiched between two regions of Sujangarh and Ladnun on the National Highway 65. This village lies on the border of Nagaur and Churu. There are some interesting forts and temples in the nearby cities that are worth visiting. A few of the cities that surround Jaswantgarh are Sujangarh, Ladnu, Rajaldesar and Ratangarh.
Places to Stay
There are no budget hotels available in Jaswantgarh. For budget hotels, visit Bikaner, which is 151 km away and has comfortable hotels for travellers. Some of these hotels are Hotel Sidhi Vinayak (Tariff – Rs.547), Hotel Jaswant Bhawan (Tariff – Rs.579) and Hotel Marudhar Heritage (Tariff – Rs.390).
The official language spoken in Jaswantgarh is Rajasthani. People here also speak in Hindi.
The festivals celebrated in Jaswantgarh are Holi in March, Gangaur in March-April, Teej in July-August, Ganesha Chaturthi in August-September, Dussehra in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are major sightseeing destinations around Jaswantgarh which include forts, temples and other monuments. These are Didwana (38 km), Nimbi Jodha (21 km), Dholia (17 km) and Bara (21 km) away from Jaswantgarh.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is located in Jaipur, which is 215 km away from Jaswantgarh.
Jaswantgarh Railway Station is situated 3 km away from the main village and connects it to all major cities.
Numerous state-run and private buses travel regularly between Jaswantgarh and nearby cities and towns. RSRTC run Volvo A/C buses daily between Jaswantgarh and other parts of Rajasthan. Book online bus ticket in advance from Ticketgoose.com for a hassle-free travel.