Rajsamand is a town and a district of Rajasthan, India. It is famous for its artificial lake built by Rana Raj Singh of Mewar. The lake is called Rajsamand Lake and was built during the 17th century. The town of Rajsamand is the administrative headquarters of Rajsamand district. Rajsamand is surrounded by Ajmer district in the north, Bhilwara district in the east, Udaipur district in the south and Pali district in the west. It falls under the Udaipur division.
Places to Stay
There are many budget hotels to stay in. Some of them are Vallabh Darshan Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 600), Gokul Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1200 to Rs. 1500) and Vandana Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 600).
Hindi is the official language spoken in Rajsamand. Other languages spoken are Mewari and Rajasthani.
Gangaur fair is held in Rajsamand in the month of March/April every year.
Places of Interest
The temples in Rajsamand include Charbhuja and Shrinathji temples. Nearby places to visit are Udiapur (60 km away), Ranakpur (40 km away), Sadri (52 km away), Kankroli, Bali (62 km away), Nathdwara (15 km away), Emri, Mundol and Bhana.
How to Get There
The closest airport to Rajsamand is the Maharana Pratap Airport situated at Dabok. It is around 53 km away from Rajsamand.
Kankroli Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Rajsamand which is at a distance of 5 km away. But the major one is Udaipur Railway Station located 63 km away from Rajsamand
Rajsamand is well-connected by road to all major towns and cities. The best tour operators are Laxmi Travels and Kalpana Travels that offer good experience for passengers. Through bus booking offers you can get a lot of discount while booking your tickets.