Kherwara Chhaoni is a town in Udaipur, Rajasthan whose name originates from a type of tree called Kher, which is found in abundance here. Kherwara has a glorious Rajput history as it was the seat of the Jawas who ruled here. Mewar Bhil Core a paramilitary training station and the Police Training School are also located in Kherwara.
Places to Stay
The hotels in Kherwara are basic, but one will find some good budget hotels in Dungarpur and Udaipur. Some of them are Pratibha Palace Hotel, Dungarpur (Tariff – Rs. 1200), Peerless Sarovar Hotel, Dungarpur (Tariff – Rs. 4500), Ramnivas Hotel, Dungarpur (Tariff – Rs. 800) and Hotel Tamla Haveli, Udaipur (Tariff – Rs. 1250).
The main dialect of Kherwara region is Vagdi. The other languages spoken include Rajasthani and Hindi.
The important festivals of Kherwara are Holi, Dussehra, Ram Navami, Diwali and Basant Panchmi. Gangaur festival is also celebrated with religious fervour.
Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Kherwara. Some of the places include the temple of Kilewali Mataji and Lord Shiva in Godaveri (3 km), Khadkwa Mataji temple and Jain temple in Chhaoni-chhitora (10.5 km), shrine of Syed Fakhruddin in Galiakot (58 km) and Udai Bilas Palace in Dungarpur (23 km).
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Kherwara is the Dabok Airport, 100 km away.
The nearest railway station is at Dungarpur, 23 km away.
Kherwara is well connected to all major cities by buses through Rajasthan State Road Transport Services. There are daily bus services to Dungarpur, Udaipur, Bichiwara, Sarada, Vijaynagar, Ramngarh, Sagwara, Khedbrahma, Idar and Ghodi. Operators like Rishabh Travels, Swagatam Eco Tours and Abhay Travels Tours offer good experience for passengers. When you make use of any bus ticket offer on various travel websites, you can save a lot of money.
Vijay Nagar is a city located in the Bellary district of north Karnataka. Its residents are very religious judging by the number of temples and holy sites one can find here. It is close to Hampi, a historical place famous for its temples. The term Vijay means ‘Victory’, and Nagar means ‘City’.
Places to Stay
Vijay Nagar offers several good budget hotels. Abhimaani Vasathi (Tariff – Rs. 2000), Roxel Inn Moonstone (Tariff-Rs. 1000), and Hotel Vande Mahtaram (Tariff- Rs. 1000) are some good budget hotels here.
The official language here is Kannada. Locals also understand English.
As this is a holy city, one can witness religious events happening here round the year. Every temple in this place organizes prayers to their deity every month. Dussehra is a big event here and is celebrated with much grandeur.
Places to Visit
Lotus Mahal, The Royal centre (2 km), Vittala temple, Hemakuta temple, the Sacred Center, Elephant Stables, and Ramachandra temple- these are just a few places to visit in Vijay Nagar.
How to Get There
Bangalore International Airport is the to Vijay Nagar city.
Vijay Nagar has well connected railway lines to major cities and towns.
There are numerous buses to and fro to Bangalore and other cities. Bus number 61 is direct from city of Vijay Nagar. When you book your bus ticket online you don’t need to go to ticket counters and stand in long queues.