Molasar is a small village in the Didwana Mandal in Rajasthan. The nearest city to Molasar is Nagaur (99 km) and Jaipur (116 km). Molasar comes under the Nagaur district, which is one of the 33 districts forming the state of Rajasthan. Molasar has a number of public schools and colleges in the nearby areas, making the population literate and helpful.
Places to Stay
Although there no hotels in Molasar, Nagaur has a number of good budget hotels. These include Hotel Bhaskar (Tariff – Rs. 500), Hotel Sujan (Tariff – Rs. 500), and Hotel Welcome Heritage Royal Camp (Tariff – Rs. 1000).
The official languages of Molasar are Rajasthani and Hindi.
The important festivals of Molasar are Navratri, Deepavali, and Jain festivals such as Paryushan, and Mahavir Jayanti. Local fairs are important cultural event here.
Places of Interest
The Sambhar Lake (99 km), which is India’s largest salt lake and Rajasthan’s largest lake, is a popular tourist spot in Molasar. The Aravalli range near Molasar is another recommended attraction due to its scenic beauty and trekking trails.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Molasar is Jaipur International airport. The airport is located at a distance of 116 km.
Molasar is connected to the rest of Rajasthan by the Western Railways. Trains running to Jaipur, Udaipur, and Ahmedabad often make a stop at this station.
There are daily bus services to Surat, Vapi, and Kota in Gujarat and Rajasthan. The best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers are Laxmi Travellers, Shree Balaji Travels and others. To book bus tickets online, you can log on to www.ticketgoose.com.