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About Nimbahera

Nimbahera

The city of Nimbahera was named after the local river Nimba. It is at an elevation of 441 m above sea level and is the second largest town of the Chittorgarh district. It is now part of the Udaipur division but used to come under the princely state of Tonk. Nimbahera is known for stone that is found here (it is named after the place) which is a kind of limestone that is used as a material in construction. Nimbahera experiences extreme climatic conditions.

Places to Stay
There are a few hotels in Nimbahera. Some of them include Hotel Krishna, Hotel Mahaveer and the Royal Palace Hotel. The tariff for the same can be obtained in person. 

Language
The local languages are Hindi and Rajasthani. The other languages spoken here include Urdu and Marwari.

Events
Festivals such as Holi (in March) and Diwali (in November) are celebrated with great fervour here.

Places of Interest
The Radha-Krishna temple (in Nimbahera), the Ambika temple (in Nimbahera), the Maruti Dham (in Nimbahera) and Chittorgarh (43 km from Nimbahera) are places in and around Nimbahera that are frequented by tourists.

How to Get There

Air:

The nearest airport from Nimbahera is at Udaipur which is 81 km away.

Rail:

Nimbahera has a railway station of its own with trains that connect to Haldighati, Jaipur and Ajmer. It lies on the railway line that connects Ajmer to Ratlam.

Bus:

Nimbahera has a bus stand of its own with buses that connect cities such as Jodhpur, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Indore. There are many private operators such as Mangalam Travels, Baba Travels, Apex Travels and Kalpana Travels who provide their services on this route. TicketGoose.com offers online bus booking in India to travellers visiting more than 4,000 destinations.



About Beed

Beed

Beed is a city in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. It is a part of the district by the same name. It is speculated that the city was founded by the Yadava rulers of Devagiri who ruled the region from 1173-1317. Later, it became a part of the Hyderabadi Nizams – the Asaf Jahis. After Hyderabad’s annexation, Beed was made to be a part of Maharashtra on May 1, 1960 as the city had a Marathi majority.

Places to Stay
Beed as a city has a few good lodging facilities. Not all are very budget-friendly, however. Two of the most affordable hotels which are worth trying out in the city are Anvita Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 800) and Hotel Sagar (Tariff – Rs. 1,500).

Language
The official language of the region is Marathi. Urdu and Hindi are also widely spoken and understood.

Events
The important festivals of the area are Holi in March, Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September, Diwali in October-November, the fasting month of Ramadan and the two Eid(s).

Places of Interest
Beed has an endless list of tourist attractions from Maratha to Mughal structures. Some of the places which are worth a visit are Kankaleshwar Temple, Jama Masjid, Shahinshah Wali tomb, Mansur Shah tomb, Khazana Well (6 km south of the city), Khandoba Temple among others.

How to Get There

Air:
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai is the nearest airport at a distance of 387 km.

Rail:
The nearest railway station is the Aurangabad Railway Station at a distance of 129 km.

Bus:
Both state-transport as well as private buses have services to the city. Dolphin Travel House is one such private operator. Ticketgoose.com has several operators on its site that enables bus booking in India




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