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The small city of Karauli has recently traced the footprints of travelers from all over the world. It is an exquisite home to many beautiful Havelis, peaceful shrines, picturesque views, and imprinted chhatris that dot the entire city. The authenticity of a place in Rajasthan shares its borders with the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh. The city vibrates with Mughal architectural panache and is world-renowned for its pale red sandstone that surrounds the entire city with a strong and sturdy wall. Apart from its royal history, Karauli offers its visitors a rural and tranquil ambiance with warm and hospitable behavior, echoing the true old Rajasthani culture.
Places of attraction in Karauli
Kaila Devi Temple –
On the outskirts of Karauli, lies Kaila Devi Temple at a distance of approximately 25 kilometers from the city. This beautiful holy shrine is right next to the banks of Kalisal River in the ranging hills of Trikut. Back in 1100 AD, the temple came into existence and is also considered as one of the nine Shakti Peethas of the deity here.
Madan Mohan ji Temple
Another name of Lord Krishna was Madan Mohan and this temple is devoted to him, so it is named Madan Mohan Ji Temple. The erstwhile kings of the region consider it to be prosperous and are known to bless many warriors with victories on the battlefield. One can witness the intricately design idols of Lord Krishna and his consort Radha there.
Mehandipur Balaji Temple
The most famous Hindu pilgrimage site in Rajasthan, Mehandipur Balaji Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It has its presence in a small village of Karauli called Mehandipur, so does it is known as Mehandipur Balaji Temple. This place famous for ritualistic healing and exorcism of evil spirits and ghosts. Many unnatural happening at the temple is a reason behind the immense faith of Hindu devotees flocking here in abundance from Jaipur to Mehandipur Balaji Taxi.
Shri Mahavir ji Temple
As the name suggests itself, Shri Mahavir Ji Temple is a spectacular architectural structure keen to the Jain Tirthankaras. One of the most visited and famous pilgrimage destinations for the Jains. The sculptures, structure, and design of this building are highly inspired by Jain arts. Back in the 19th century, this Jain temple hosts an annual fair from the 13th day of the bright half of the month of Chaitra to the first day of the month of Vaishakh (Mahaveer Jayanti).
Kaila Devi Sanctuary
The rich and dense forests of Kaila Devi Sanctuary begin right after the Kaila Devi Temple. This green reverse is home to some great natural treasures like the Chinkaras, Nilgai, Jackals, and Leopards. Along with the wide variety of wildlife, one can also find rare birds like sandpipers and kingfishers.
In the 14th century, the monumental City Palace was originally built by Arun Pal. The structure that one can see now was established by Raja Gopal Singh in the 18th century. The antique building is a treasure house of colonial architecture, stone carvings, latticework windows, and magnificent royal style of framework and frescoes.
How to reach here?
By air –
Sanganer Airport in Jaipur is the nearest airport to Karauli which is at a distance of 170 kilometers.
By road –
Karauli is easily accessible to all major and minor cities and towns of Rajasthan by road as well rest of India.
By train –
Hindaun City and Gangapur railway station, located on the Delhi-Kota main route and on the broad gauge of Northern Western Railway connect Karauli to various parts of the country.
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