Sagwara is one of the most prosperous towns in the Dungarpur district of Rajasthan. The town is very famous for marble carving, gold jewellery, sculpture and beautiful temple architecture. It has established a good trading relationship with the nearby villages. Sagwara is the 3rd largest place after Dungarpur, Banswara, and Vaagar. Nearby cities to Sagwara are Partapur, Galiakot, and Dungarpur. The best time to visit this town is between March and October.
Places to Stay
Sagwara has a number of budget hotels options. Hotel Classic, Hotel Diamond, Top Hill Hotel, Gopi Hotel and Restaurant (Tariff – Rs. 350), and Hotel Surabhi are some options.
The main language spoken in Sagwara is Rajasthani. Hindi is the other language spoken here.
Baneshwar fair held in the month of February at Baneshwar is just 50 km away from the district head quarter of Dungarpur. Ramnavmi function is celebrated with great enthusiasm at Bhiluda (7 km).
Places of Interest
Sagwara and its nearby cities offer many attractions. Galiyakot is a famous tourist attraction situated just 17 km away from the city. Udaipur, Galiakot, and Nogama are other attractive places located at a relatively short distance from Sagwara.
How to Get There
The nearest domestic airport is in Dabok (119 km).
The nearest railway station to Sagwara is at Kotana and Dungarpur. They are at a distance of 44 km from the city.
Reaching Sagwara is very easy due to its close connectivity with other major cities. Some of the best private bus operators that offer good experience for passengers include Maha Laxmi Travels, Kalpana Travels, and Sethi Yatra Company. Several bus booking portals provide online bus booking offers to lure their customers.
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.