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About Jhunjhunu

Jhunjunu 

Jhunjunu is a town in the state of Rajasthan and lies right in the middle of the Shekawati province. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Jhunjunu district. The town was named after a Jat named Jhunja Singh Nehra or Jhunjha. It is popular for the frescos at the roof of the havelis. A number of people from here join the Indian defence services.

Places to Stay
Few good budget hotels here are The Piramal Haveli (Tariff – Rs. 1,700), Apani Dhani (Tariff – Rs. 1,300), and Hotel Shekhawati (Tariff – Rs. 500).

Language
The official language of Jhunjhunu is Hindi. Shekhawati is also spoken here.

Events
Teej- celebrated to welcome monsoons, the Shekhawati festival -celebrated in the month of February, and Rani Sati Mela-organised twice a year, are some major events here.  Diwali, Holi, and Dussehra are also celebrated.

Places of Interest
Jhunjhunu is popular for its many tourist attractions, some of which are Ajit Sagar Lake, Badani Chand Well, Dargah of Kamaruddin Shah and Ketri Mahal. Other nearby tourist spots are Jhunjhunu include Six Havelis of Tibrewala, and Bihar Ji Temple.

How to Get There

Air:       
The nearest airport to Jhunjhunu is in Jaipur (190 km).

Rail:
The Jhunjhunu Railway Station is the main station here with good connectivity to other major stations.

Bus:
Purana Bus Stand is the closest bus stand to Jhunjhunu and is less than a kilometre. Katewa Tours and Travels, Athitya Travels, and Welcome Rajasthan Tours and Travels are some of the travel agencies that provide buses to Jhunjhunu. Get discount coupons for bus tickets by logging on to TicketGoose.com, a leading bus booking portal.



About Alwar

Alwar

Often referred to as the ‘The Gateway of Rajasthan’, Alwar is a picturesque city with its hills, lakes and temples contributing to its beautiful landscape. In fact, the city is very near the surrounding states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Referred to as ‘Ulwar’ during the British Raj, the city was a part of the princely state of Alwar. It has a rich mix of ethnicities such as Rajputs, Gujjars, Meena, Meo (Mewati Muslims) and Ahirs.

Places to Stay
Being a city, Alwar has a good variety and range of budget hotels among which Natraj Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), Ankur Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), and the Maharaja Palace Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 650) are worth exploring.

Language
The official language of the city is Hindi. Being close to Haryana, Haryanvi is also understood.

Events
The important festivals celebrated are Holi, Hanuman Jayanthi, Dussehra, Diwali and the two Eid(s)
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Places of Interest
There are several places of interest in Alwar among which the ‘haunted’ fort of Bhangarh has booked the city a place in the international list of spooky places. Authorities ensure the restriction of people from being on the fort premises after sunset till sunrise. Other places of interest are the Jagannath Mandir, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Siliserh, Alwar Fort and others.

How to Get There

Air:
The closest airport to the city is the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in Delhi at a distance of 163 km.

Rail:
The city has its own railway station which connects it to some of the major cities in India such as Delhi and Mumbai as well as regional cities like Jodhpur.

Bus 
Mostly buses run by the state-run RSRTC serve the city and connect it to other cities. Private services are also in the race with currently Shree Krishna Travels having services from the city to Delhi. When you book online bus tickets from Ticketgoose.com, look out for its discounts and other offers.




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