Discover ‘Barmer’ a Hidden District of Rajasthan in This Winter Holiday
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Discover ‘Barmer’ a Hidden District of Rajasthan in This Winter Holiday
Rajasthan is well known throughout the world for its legend history, colorful culture and its beautiful tourist destinations such as forts, palaces, havelis, temples, lakes and sand dunes. The vast state is divided into 33 districts and each of them presents unique experience to the tourists. Among them Barmer is one of the tiny alluring tourist destinations . Barmer Barmer is one of the lovely districts in the state of Rajasthan. The district was developed in 13th Century by the famous ruler Bahada Rao Parmar and the place was named after him. The town has its own tradition, culture, history and heritage. Places to visit in Barmer. Mahaveer Park Mahaveer Park is one of the beautiful parks in Rajasthan. This lush green park provides fresh and unpolluted environment to the visitors. One can also explore the Museum in the complex of park. Museum has collection of beautifully carved ancient statues. Nakoda Temple Nikoda temple is an important place for Jain religion. It is situated on a top hill at a height of 1500 feet above the sea level. The figure of Jain Saint (Parshvanath) inside the temple is made of black stone. 2300 years back the temple was constructed by 2 brothers Veersen and Nakorsen. It is also known as Parshvanath Temple. Kiradu Ancient Temples The complex of Kiradu Ancient Temples consist of five beautiful temples. This group of temples is located at a distance of 39 kilometers from the main city. These temples were built during the 11th Century. Someshvara Temple is the largest one among five temples and dedicated to Lord Shiva. Other four temples are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Shiva. The sculptures on temple walls depict the different scenes of Ramayana. Juna Jain Temple Juna is a tiny region located in Barmer and nestled between mountain peaks. Jain temple located here is one of the main attractions and it was constructed in 12th Century - 13th Century. Barmer Fort Barmer Fort is amongst one of the must visit tourist places in the district. It is located on a top hill and signifies the rich architecture of earlier time. One can witness the historical occurrences here. Due to the lack of preservation techniques, the fort is little damaged but some part of it still shows earlier glory and charm. Other attractions are Devka-Sun Temple, Safed Akhara, Rani Bhatiani Temple and Neemari. Colorful festivals and fairs celebrated in Barmer are Barmer Thar Festival, the Khed Mela and Tilwara Cattle Fair. Many travel organizers offer Rajasthan tour deals India at irresistible rate and different packages covered above mentioned place ‘Barmer’ and other bewitching cities of ‘Land of Kings’ such as Udaipur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. http://www.dhruvrajasthantours.com/
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