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SILISERH LAKE

Located at the Rambihari Palace. Siliserh Lake was built in 1845 AD by Maharaja Vinay Singh for his queen Shila. In fact queen Shila was born and brought at Kishanpur which is now reinstated as RamBihari Palace. The lake was built constructing an earthen dam between two hills to store the water of a small tributary or river Ruparel and you can enjoy boating, while visiting crocodile trail and also may sneak peak migrated birds.

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SARISKA TIGER SANTUARY

Sariska, located at 40 km away from the Dadhikar Fort, is possibly one of the most visited park in India.. The reserve was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1958 and came under the “Project Tiger” as a Sariska Tiger Reserve in 1979. The park covers quite a large area of 800 square kilometers, 480 square kilometers of which from the core area of the national park. It is located among the Aravalli hill ranges in the Alwar district of Rajasthan . Due to the presence of monuments of religious important located within the park boundaries.

KANKWARI FORT

Kankwadi or Kankwariis the site of Kankwadi fort and village, located in the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar district. The <em>fort</em> was founded by Jai Singh I as a famine work. In the 17th century, Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb briefly imprisoned his brother Dara Shikoh in the struggle for the succession of the Mughal throne.

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BALA QILA

It is said that the “Bala Qila” (Nikumbh Mahal) was built by Alghu Rai Nikumbh in 1049 AD. The Bala Fort is perched on the most prominent hill of Aravallis range which explains the tales of the rich history of the city.

It is the massive medieval fort which various rooms and towers situated on the hill hardly 23 KM from Ram Bihari Palace.

CITY PLACE AND MUSEUM

Located 6 km from the Dadhikar Fort in the heart of Alwar City. It massive gates and tank lined by beautifully symmetrical chain of Ghat of with four pavilions on each side and two at each end would welcome you.

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MYSETERIOUS AJABGARH-BHANGARH FORT

Bhangarh is a ruined town in the Alwar. It is one of the most haunted places of the world. The government of India forbids anyone to enter or remain in the premises after sunset and before sunrise. Archaeological Survey of India (AS1) has put up a signboard here slating “Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited.”

Situated 70 km from the Ram Bihari Palace.

ABHANERI

At a distance of 82 km form the Ram Bihari Palace, Abhaneri is situated on the Alwar –Jaipur Highway, which was founded by King Raja Chand in the 9th century AD. The village is famous for Chand Baori Step well.

It is the India’s largest and deepest step wells ever discovered.

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GAARVAJI WATERFALL- 5KM

Garbhaji Falls in Alwar is a beautiful waterfall that is very popular among tourists It is surrounded by immense beauty and is a famous picnic spot.

TALVRIKSH MANDIR – 20 KM

Attractions at Talvriksh hot spring. A warm bath in the hot sulphur spring can stimulate the circulation of blood and flow of oxygen in your body which leave you refreshed and energized. In addition, there is atemple dedicated to Goddess Ganga. On the Narayanji Road there is a holy tree named Talvrikshya.

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PANDUPOLE-35 KM

Pandupole is a tourist spot in the Sariska Tiger Reserve(Alwar district, Rajasthan), and it has an ancient mythical connotation attached to it. Pandupole was the ancient site where the strongest among the Pandavas, Bhima, vanquished the giant demon Hidimbb and in return for this victory earned the hand of his sister, Hidimba. It also has a cascading spring emerging from hard and compact rocks. Legend has it that the Pandava brother took refuge here during their exile. The main path takes to Pandupole which is not only a beautiful spot picturesque 35-ft waterfall is another attraction here and next to the fall is a charming little Hanuman temple. This area is abundant in langurs, peafowl, spurfowl, and ubiquitous tree pies. On the way to Pandupole, Karnakabas Lake, Brahmnath, Kalighati Chauki and Bhaironghati are also there.