An ancient village in the Piprali taluk in Sikar district of Rajasthan, Ranoli was earlier called Ranapallika, according to the Harsha Inscriptions of 961 AD. It belongs to the Jaipur Division. It is located about 19 km southeast of Sikar and about 95 km from Jaipur. The village is situated close to the Aravali range of mountains. Sikar, Udaipurwati, Reengus and Sri Madhopur are some of the cities around Ranoli.
Places to Stay
Jaipur has some of the best budget hotels such as Emerald Garden Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1500), Avana-A Boutique Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1200), Abhay Haveli (Tariff – Rs. 950) and Hotel Deepak (Tariff – Rs. 500).
The official language of Ranoli is Rajasthani. The other language spoken here is Hindi.
Ranoli celebrates many festivals including the Kite Festival in January, Elephant Festival in March and Dusshera in October.
Places of Interest
The tourist places one can visit in Ranoli are Baba Ramdev Ji Mandir (3km), Raiwasa Jheel (15 km), Bhairavnath Temple (16 km), Mata Mansa Devi Temple (20 km) and Harshnath Temple (30 km).
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Ranoli is the Jaipur Airport. It is located about 110 km away from Ranoli.
Goria Railway Station is 5 km from Ranoli. However, the major railway station is at Jaipur (95 km).
Ranoli is well connected by road with cities like Kota and Choti Sadri. Shree Nath Travels and Shatabdi Travels are some of the private operators that provide bus services to these cities. Volvo bus is the most preferred choice of all travellers these days.