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A Rajasthani town with real heritage and reel appeal

Mandawa has a rich heritage and a long history. The epicentre of the Shekhawati region, this town is an open art gallery of elegant havelis and intricate fresco art, folk arts and cuisine. A quiet Rajasthani town, that is situated 240 kms to the west of Delhi, Mandawa is located centrally in the Shekhawati region, the traditional bastion of Marwari traders and it was an important trade-town from the 17th century until a few decades ago. The prosperity of its old residents is reflected in the gorgeous havelis they built all over the town, complete with traditional Rajasthani architecture and intricate fresco paintings, depicting events from Lord Krishna’s legend and scenes from the daily life of yore. So while the trading families have moved to other parts of the country, these havelis, temples and castles still stand testimony to the past era, captivating travellers from India and abroad alike. In fact, the fresco art, a style of mural painting done on directly on fresh plaster, is so visible on the buildings here, that Mandawa is often referred to as the biggest open art gallery in world.

The town’s outskirts are covered by sand dunes inhabited by small villages locally called ‘Dhaanis’. Although they are small in size, these dhaanis are culturally vibrant, with the residents proficient in folk performing arts and local cuisine. That’s not all. Because of its strong geographical factors and rich cultural heritage, Mandawa has recently become a favored Bollywood location, with many recent blockbusters, like PK, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Jab We Met shot here in the recent years.

How to get there:

By Air - The nearest International Airport to reach Mandawa is Jaipur International Airport, roughly three and half hour drive from Mandawa. The airport has regular flights and is well connected to metro cities cities like Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai,  and other cities such as Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Nagpur and Pune.

By Train - The nearest Railway Station is Jhunjhunu Railway Station which is connected to the all major cities of Rajasthan like Jaipur, Sariska, Delhi, Indore and Pune through trains such as  Rewari-Sikar Passenger, Shekhawati Express and Sadulpur Passenger.

Best time to visit:

The best season to visit Mandawa is the winter season. The temperature is quite comfortable and is ideal for sightseeing at this time. The best months to visit are October, November, December and March.

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Rajasthani Cuisine
The arid vegetation of the Rjasthan lends itself in the most delicious way to the flavors of the region. From the commoner's staple Dal Bati Churma to the more indulgent Laal Maas, the Rajasthani flavors bring alive the spicy treat the royal land is much regarded for.  Click here to read more about the Rajasthani cuisine.  .
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