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Holi / Dhulandi
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known as festival of Colors. Places related to life of Lord Krishna are known as Braj re
Gangaur Festival
Gangaur is one of the most vivid festivals rejoiced with great enthusiasm and happiness all over the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the word Gangaur, 'Gan' is the synonym for Lord Shiva whereas 'Gaur' stands for Gauri or Goddess Parvati. But mainly, t
About Dundlod
Situated in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan,Dundlod - though not a big tourist draw - is a tiny town usually used as a stopover by travelers. However, picturesque surroundings make Dundlod an interesting place to visit. The 17th century Kila of Dundlod is indeed a mirror to the architectural grandeur of Rajasthan. In fact,the cultural heritage of the state is preserved is imbibed in the Dundlod Fort. Tourists are lured into coming to Dundlod because of this very special feature.
A shopper's favorite. Handicrafts,brass items and textiles are the most sought-after products here. The town is built around a temple square. It houses the family portraits of the Thakurs,reminding one of the history of Dundlod. Furnished with Louis XIV furniture,the Diwan Khana is built in the Mughal architectural style. A huge library in the premises has a rich collection of books on Indian history. The Duchatta,above the library,was the place from where the ladies watched court ceremonies in purdah. The Tuganram Goenka Haveli is one of the prime attractions of Dundlod. Usually locked for outsiders,the fine mirror work of the haveli can be seen above the windows on the upper walls of the courtyard. The castle was built by Kesari Singh in 1750 AD. He was the fifth son of Sardhul Singh. The motif of flowers and foliage,minarets,mythological paintings,arrows and shields etc have remained unchanged through these many years. The architectural beauty of the fort is actually an embodiment of the cultural amalgamation of the Rajputana and Mughal schools of art and architecture. The first ray of the sun falling over the fort makes for a mystical moment.