Siliserh Lake, Alwar
The Alwar- Siliserh Lake is located at a distance of about 12 kilometers from the city of Alwar and it lies on the Alwar Sariksha Road. The Siliserh Lake is a man made lake and on the bank of the lake is a beautiful palace, which has now been converted into a RTDC Hotel
About Silierh Lake
The Siliserh Lake was built on the orders of Maharaja Vinay Singh in the year 1848 A.D. The king dedicated the beautiful lake to his queen Sheela. This nice lake offers boating to tourists and also lots of crocodiles present here. The Siliserh Lake in Alwar is circumscribed by the magnificent slopes of the Aravalli range. Two earthen dams had been constructed in order to collect the waters of a small tributary of River Ruparel in the Siliserh Lake.
Bhangarh Fort, Alwar
Bhangarh is a village in India that is famous for its historical ruins. It is in the Rajgarh municipality of the Alwar district in the state of Rajasthan.
About Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort is situated on the border of Sariska Tiger reserve in the Aravali range in the deserted town of Bhangarh, Rajasthan. Bhangarh is a ruined town between Jaipur and Alwar. It was established in 1573 by King Bhagwant Das.
Sariska National Park, Alwar
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is located off the Delhi-Alwar-Jaipur Road. Jaipur is located 107 kilometers away from the wildlife sanctuary and 200 kilometers from the country’s capital, New Delhi. Sariska is well-connected with Alwar, which is directly connected to NH-8.
About Sariska National Park
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is an Indian national park and wildlife refuge located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan. The topography of Sariska supports scrub-thorn arid forests, rocky landscapes, dry deciduous forests, rocks, grasses and hilly cliffs. This area was a hunting preserve of the Alwar state and it was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955. In 1978, it was given the status of a tiger reserve making it a part of India’s Project Tiger.The sanctuary is also home to a variety of wildlife species such as leopards, Sambhar deer, hyenas, crocodiles, woodpeckers, boars, Indian tigers, peafowls and a number of other avian species and marsh animals.
Bala Quila, Alwar
Located at top of 300 mtr steep cliff, Alwar fort is facing the Alwar city. It is situated on a hill in the Aravalli Range, above the town of Alwar. The fort is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) long and is about 1.5
kilometres (0.93 mi) wide.
About Bala Quila
Bala Quila is perched on a 300 meter high steep cliff that lends a majestic view of Alwar. Standing tall since 16th century and looking after Alwar even before the Mughals arrived, the fort is the most notable symbol of the Alwar city.
Garbhaji Falls, Alwar
Garbhaji Falls is a well-known waterfall located near Alwar town.
About Garbhaji Falls
Garbhaji Falls is a well-known waterfall located near Alwar town. It is a majestic waterfall and draws people from far and wide.The major attraction of the site is the awe-inspiring view of waterfalls itself.
Moosi Maharani ki chaatri, Alwar
Situated outside the main palace of Alwar within the royal complex of City Palace is the cenotaph of King Bhaktawar Singh and Queen Moosi, widely popular for its striking beauty.
About Moosi Maharani ki chaatri
Situated outside the main palace of Alwar.The double-storeyed structure with Aravalli hills in the background looks stunning during sunset.
Naldeshwar Shrine, Alwar
Naldeshwar Shrine is situated near Sariska, off the Sariska-Alwar Highway, in Rajasthan. The shrine is surrounded by dense forests and is one of the major attractions of Sariska.
About Naldeshwar ShrineA divine place to visit in Alwar.This Shrine is actually dedicated to the Lord Shiva or Mahadev and continues to attract a lot of people along the SariskaAlwar highway.
Bhartrihari Temple, Alwar
Located around 30km away from the city and close to the well-known Sariska National Park, Alwar,
About Bhartrihari Temple
It is named so, as this is where Bhartrihari Baba, the king of Ujjain had renounced his kingdom to practise asceticism. It is a beautiful temple which is done up in traditional Rajasthani style of architectureal.
Vijay Mandir, Alwar
Located only 10 kilometers from Alwar District, near Vijay Sagar Lake.The Vijay Mandir Palace is a treat to the eye.
About Vijay Mandir
Located only 10 kilometers from Alwar, the Vijay Mandir Palace is a treat to the eye. The beautiful palace was built by Maharaja Jai Singh. The various features of the palace reflect the grandeur of the royal era of Rajasthan.
A diversion of 10km from Kushalgarh ( on Sarishka â€“ Alwar road) and 35 km from Alwar takes one to this enchanting site.
Talvriksh, is around 10 kilometers from Sariska, and is a hot water spring. It is a small temple situated in a very rural Rajasthani village. The water is warm and people visit for the supposed healing capabilities of
these sulphur springs.
Karni Mata Palace, Alwar
Karni Mata Temple is a popular pilgrim site situated on the way to Bala.
About Karni Mata Palace
Dedicated to Karni Mata, the guardian deity of the royal families of Jodhpur and Bikaner and who was a highly revered mystic, this temple attracts numerous devotees from all over the country. The temple architecture is a unique blend of Indian and Mughal styles. Built in sand stone, the exemplary design of the temple includes pillared galleries topped with intricately carved domes and pergolas. The inner walls have paintings depicting the stories of Karni Mata.
Moti Doongri was originally built in the year 1882. The Moti Doongri was considered to be the main residence of the royal family of Alwar till yet year 1928. After 1928 Maharaja Jai Singh decided to demolish
the old palace and he later built a more magnificent one in its place.
Famous for its swanky palace, the Ganesh and Lakshmi Narayan temples, Moti dungri is a favourite spot of the tourist folk. Ganesh temple at the foot of the hill allures
City Palace, Alwar
Build in the 18th century, this magnificent fort in located in the foothills of Aravalli, right below Bala Quila. The fort is a perfect blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture.
About City Palace
Built by Raja Vinay Singh, this former royal residence is also known as the Vinay Vilas Palace. An architectural marvel which blends the Mugal and Rajasthani styles, it is a must see in Alwar.