Amet which was initially referred to as "Ambapur" is a historically significant town of the Rajsamand district of the state of Rajasthan. Amet gained notoriety when a Martian Crater was given its name. The population of Amet is around 17000. It is situated 575m above sea level.
Places to Stay
There are a few hotels such as Hotel Metro and Vrinda Hotel that offer affordable accommodation for under Rs 1500. However, it's usually more useful to have a local contact or find a tour operator to organize it for you.
Diwali, Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi and Holi are the major events across the year.
Hindi is the local language spoken in Amet.
Places to Visit
The temple of VevarMahadev is a famous tourist attraction in Amet. The Aravalli hills surround the temple and are themselves a tourist attraction.
How to Get There
There are no easily accessible airports that provide access to commercial flights. Udaipur Airport located more than 100km away offers connections to major cities around the country.
Charbhuja Road Amet Railway Station is the main station in Amet. It provides connections to Marwar and Maveli. Farther destinations can be accessed from these stations.
Buses connect Amet to Ahmedabad, Surat, Deogarh, and Rajsamand. RSRTC Travels offer quality service and TicketGoose.com, a leading Online Bus Ticket Booking Service, provides low price, high quality options for bus travellers. For online bus booking, log on to Ticketgoose.com and get your tickets.
Kishangarh is a small city in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan in India. It was founded by a Rathore Prince called Kishan Singh. The Kishangarh style of painting originated from here. One very famous painting of this style is that of the courtesan Bani Thani. Kishangarh has also been called the marble city of India and been declared to be the only place with a temple of nine planets in the world.
Places to Stay
Phool Mahal Palace, Kishangarh House, Roopangarh Fort and the Royal Heritage Hotel are some places that one can stay at Kishangarh.
Kishangarhi, Hindi and Rajasthani are the languages that are spoken in Kishangarh.
The Gangaur Festival is widely celebrated in Kishangarh every year in the months of July and August.
Places of Interest
Barefoot College is in Tilonia (25 km away from Kishangarh) which is a small village that is one of Kishangarh’s neighbours. Barefoot College is an NGO that was started by a social worker Bunker Roy. The NGO has helped the village greatly both socially and economically. The Khoda Ganesh ji Temple (15 km away from Kishangarh) was built by the royal family of Kishangar and is generally visited by the newlywed couples who seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha. The Gondulav lake in Kishangarh is one of Rajasthan’s most popular lakes and is often frequented by tourists.
How to Get There
There are two airports near the city of Kishangarh. Jaipur airport is 135 km away from Kishangarh and the other airport is at Jodhpur which has flights to all the important cities in India.
The closest railway station to Kishangarh is the Ajmer railway station. It is only 27km away from Kishangarh and is well-connected to all the big cities of the country.
The most frequently used and the cheapest mode of travel to Kishangarh are buses. These services are offered by operators such as Shree Rishabh Travels and are available throughout the year for travel to Kishangarh. Volvo bus ticket booking has become very popular amongst travellers in India.