Takhatgarh is a small town in the Sumerpur Tehsil of the Pali district in Rajasthan. This city is considered to be one of the nine municipalities in the Pali district. It is situated closer to the
district border and is only 150 years old. Agriculture is the mostly common occupation practiced by people in this town.
Places to Stay
Natraj Hotel (Tariff-Rs. 500), Hotel Geetco (Tariff-Rs. 1200), Hotel City Palace (Tariff-Rs. 1000), and Hotel Amar (Tariff-Rs. 1000) are some of the best accommodations available close by.
Hindi is the official language in Takhatgarh; however Marwari and English are also widely spoken languages in this area.
Deepawali, Holi, and Eid are the three main festivals celebrated here in Takhatgarh every year.Places of Interest Shri Kundeshwar Temple-located in the centre of the town, Mahadev, Jain Temple of Shri Adinath, and Baba Ramdevji Temple are some of the important temples situated here.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Takhatgarh is Jodhpur Airport (103 km). It provides excellent international and domestic connectivity to all nearby major cities and countries.
Falna (28 km) and Jawai Bandh (34 km) are the two nearest railway stations to Takhatgarh.
There are many state owned bus services available to and fro to Takhatgarh. Rishabh Travels and Siddhi Vinayak are some of the top bus operators providing bus services from Udaipur to Takhatgarh at a regular frequency. Avail of bus ticket offers from Ticketgoose.com when you book your tickets online.
Jalore is a small municipality in Rajasthan and serves as the administrative headquarters of the Jalore district. It was earlier known as Jabalipura-named after a saint Maharishi Jabali. It is famously known for the Jalore fort, which served as a safe keep for the treasures of its erstwhile rulers. It is also called the granite city of Rajasthan.
Places to Stay
The good budget hotels in Jalore are: Hotel Geetco, which is a three star hotel, Hotel Taanu (Tariff - Rs 1000), and Hotel Ravla Bhenswara (Tariff – Rs1500).
The official language of Jalore is Hindi.
The important festivals of Jalore are Holi in March, Vijay Dashmi Mela, which is a nine day festival in October, Jagrat Hanuman Jayanti, and Janmashtami in August.
Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Jalore including Jalore fort, Malik Shah’s mosque, Modra Mata Mandir, Jain temples of Adinath, Mahavira, Parsvanath, and Santinath-built in the 8th century. Mount Abu is also close by. Topekhana- once a cannon foundry, is a major attraction. A Heritage Haveli, about 18 km from Jalore is also an interesting place to visit.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Jalore is in Jodhpur, with frequent flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, and Udaipur.
The Jalore Railway Station is situated on the Raniwara- Samdari train route. The nearest major Railway station is the Jodhpur Railway Station.
Interstate Bus Services are quite reliable and connect Jalore to Jaipur, Udaipur, Baroda, Jaisalmer, Sirohi and others in Rajasthan. Popular private bus operators are SRS travels, Jain travels, and Mahadev Travels. Make use of a Volvo bus service when you are travelling anywhere in India and travel in comfort.