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Jhalawar :

Government Museum :
One of the oldest museums of Rajasthan establised in 1915 A.D., it has a fine collection of paintings, rare manuscripts, idols and beautiful statues of Lakshminarayan, Vishnu, Krishna, Ardhanarishvar, Natroj and Trimurti.

Gagron Fort :
A very impressive Fort of Gagaron, was built over several centuries (8th to 18th centuries AD) and witnessed many great battles. It is surrounded by the waters of the Ahu and Kalishindh river’s on three sides."
Mausoleum of Sufi Saint “Mitthe shah” is just near the fort. It is the venue for an annual fair held during the month of Moharram.

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Kolvi Caves :
Ancient Buddhist Caves located in and around the village of Kolvi, Vinayaka & Hathiagor are of great importance, both archeologically and historically. A colossal figure of Buddha, carved Stupas are some of the highlight of these Caves. These caves prove that a flourishing Civilization existed here several centuries ago & under the Buddhist influence.
The Buddhist caves at Kolvi was the Monastic complex comprising about fifty rock cut caves carved out in the laterite rock hill. Most of the caves on the south side are still in good condition. Though Buddha images are carved in niches but the absence of Bodhisattva figures suggests influence of hinayana here. Some of the caves have either are either open or have pillared verandah. The complex has chaityagriha, stupa, and a sanctuary inside with a colossal figure of seated Buddha in a dhyana mudhra on a pedestal. Having been open to nature these caves have suffered heavily yet the remains are of importance.

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Prithvi Vilas Palace : Maharaja’s Palace is run as a 12 Room Heritage Hotel by the family.
   
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Jhalawar Garh Palace Painting :
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Binodi Ram Balchand Havali Jhalawar :
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Chandrabhaga Temples : On the bank of the magnificent Chandrabhaga River stand some splendid 7th century A.D. temples. The intricately carved pillars and arched gateways are fine examples of the temple architecture and craftsmanship.

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Sun Temple - Jhalrapatan
 
Sun Temple - Jhalrapatan :

The small town is popularly referred to as the "City of bells”. An entire township resides within the confines of a wall, that was built to protect the trade caravans from pindaries.

A magnificent 10th century Surya Temple (Padam Nabh Temple) is the major attraction of the city. The temple has some splendid sculptures as well as, nicely preserved idols of Surya.
         
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Chandkheri Jain Temple :

The temple of the first Tirthankar Adinath ji is situated at Chandkheri near Khanpur. A place of great reverence for the devotees of Digambar Jain sect is under renovation and has very good facilities for the piligrims. The polished red stone image of AdinathJi dates back to 5th century AD and was placed in its present residence in 17th century.

The subterranean sanctum (Bhaunra) also has images of Swami ParashwanathJi, Chandra Prabhuji and SambhavnathJi. The devotees have witnessed a number of miracles at this place.
 
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Shri Bhagawan Shantinath Temple :
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