Roop Niwas Palace
It is about 1 km from the Nawalgarh fort, it is the salubrious
Roop Niwas Palace. It was founded by Thakur Roop Singh Ji and Rawal Madan Singh Ji. The palace
is enthralling with a well-laid garden and fountains. It has
now been converted into a heritage hotel.
Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli and Khedwal Bhavan
Hem Raj Kulwal
Haveli and Khedwal Bhavan are two buildings which are close by
and are still lived in. They are about ten minutes distance
from the Aath Havellis. These havelis are famous for
portraits, pictures and mirror work.
Nawalgarh Fort (Bala Kila
Bala Quila was founded in
1737 by Thakur Nawal Singh with a single room in a mahal
called Sheesh Mahal bearing old paintings etc. This room is
behind a sweet shop. This room has excellent mirror work. It
was used by maharani for dressing. Towards west of this
building is a group of six Havellis called Aath Havellis. The
plan was to come up with eight Havellis but only six were
built yet the whole group was named Aath which means eight in
English. Murarka haveli is well preserved and can be seen
Dr Ramnath A Poddar Haveli Museum
It is a newly restored
building. One can shoot pictures here. There are restored
paintings of past. Frescos are quite noticeable here. There is
a room with various paintings form different styles. Other one
has dolls in varied costumes.
Ganga Mai Temple
Ganga Mai Temple was founded 1868. Devotes
worship in this temple day and night.
Anandi Lal Podar Haveli
This haveli was founded in 1920s, it houses a school, but has
many fine paintings. It is the only haveli in the whole
Shekhawati, which has been restored by its owner.
It is an amazing building with a ceiling mural that includes
maps of Nawalgarh and Jaipur.
Laxshmi Nrisingh Mandir
It was built by Thakur Udai Singh
It was built by Thakur Nawal Singh and his
Shri Gopinath Ji Mandir
It was built by Thakur Nawal
The Bazaar of Nawalgarh
The bazaar is amazingly colourful, with the largest number of
havelis, showcasing the most beautiful frescoes.