Alwar is a pretty heritage center located in Aravali region of Rajasthan. The hilly terrain is in the midst of craggy and jagged rocks and possess a rich history dates back to 1500 BC. The entire region is fringed by rocks and represents verdant and pebbly landscapes.Alwar was formerly called as Mewat. The city has gained its remarkable seat in the field of art and culture during the period of Maharaj Pratab Singh. One can find panoramic vistas and majestic monuments in Alwar. The alluring appeal of this tiny region is naturally adorned with abundant wild life and pretty water bodies which assures a wonderful holidaying. Train journey in Alwar is one of the mesmerizing events. The stunning facades and gorgeous valleys look more astonishing and marvelous through the glass window of moving train. It is a perfect place for those who interested in history and architecture and it is one of the bustling centers of bookish activities. Many scholarly persons are from Alwar.
Places to visit
It is a gigantic fortwhich was constructed on a 300feet high peak. The origin of the fort is unknown. This majestic fort is considered one of the strongest forts in India. It requires tedious journey to reach the fort.
It is an architectural marvel, depicts the finest mixture of Rajasthani and Mugul styles of architectures. It houses several government offices and was built by Raja Vinay Singh and worth visiting place in Alwar.
Jai Samand Lake, Vijay Mandir Palace, Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri,Sagar, Tripolia and Jai Pol are other popular spots in Alwar.
How to reach Alwar
Sanganer airport is the nearest one, located 162 km from Alwar.
Alwar has its own railhead at the heart of the city. It is well connected to Delhi and Jaipur.
Alwar is well connected to all major cities of Rajasthan by ample of buses.
In summer 32-45 C and in winter 5-28 C and best visited from October to Marc.