Partapur is a village in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. It is under the Jaipur division and is located 83 km from Alwar and 171 km from Jaipur city. Nimrana lies 23 km away from Paratpur and the postal head-office of the village is Mandhan. Rewari, Kanina, Mahendragarh and Nimrana surround Paratpur village. Some cities that are near-by include Bawal, Narnaul and Mahendargarh.
Places to Stay
There are many lodges and homestays available in Partapur. One of the popular yet budget-friendly hotels in Partapur is Hotel Deependra (Tariff – Rs.800.)
The official spoken language of Partapur is Rajasthani. Hindi is also spoken here.
Some festivals that are celebrated in Partapur include Teej (August), Gangaur (March), Holi (March) and Diwali (November.)
Places of Interest
The Pumeshwara temple, the Lakshmi Narayan temple, the Bhaoreshwar temple and the Jain temple are some of the popular tourist attraction in Partapur.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Banswara airport. It is located 15 km away from Partapur.
Ratlam is the nearest railway station and is 100 km away from Partapur.
There are daily buses to Udaipur, Jaipur, Delhi, Indore, Raipur and other cities from Partapur. Some of the best bus operators in this region include Shrinath Travels and Hans Travels. Avail of bus ticket booking coupon when you book your tickets online.
Nasirabad is cantonment town located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan. It is popular for the delicious Kachori (a fried spiced wonton) preparations. The name Nasirabad was given after Sir David Ochterlony, an English officer who was given an honor with name- Nasir-Ud-Daula. This town is also known for its defense population, since a number of officers and soldiers are posted in this place. The namkeen or salty snacks of this place is very famous.
Places to stay
There are a number of budget and luxury hotels here. Hotel Oasis (Tariff-Rs. 583), Hotel Regal (Tariff-Rs. 1200), The Merwara Palace (Tariff-Rs. 3000), and Ananta Resorts (Tariff-Rs. 9250) are some good places to stay.
Official language of this town is Hindi, but people here do understand English.
All the traditional festivals are celebrated with fervor and pomp here. Folk dances, fairs, trade shows, plays, theatre, and music events are held round the year.
Places to Visit
There are many magnificent lakes to see here, and the major attraction is the Nagpathar range. The desert area will give tourists a wonderful experience. Dilwara (3.3 km), Sanod (11 km), Ramsar (15 km), and Pili Kothi (1.6 km) are some attractions here.
How to Get There
The nearest domestic airport to Nasirabad is the Sanganer Airport which is 135 km away from the town.
This town is well connected to railways; it is connected with the Delhi-Mumbai line.
Two bus stations are nearby to this town. If you are travelling long distance by a Volvo bus you will have a comfortable journey with ample leg space.