Best known for being the city of vibrant culture and cloth, Bhilwara is located in the Mewar region of the royal state of Rajasthan. Bhilwara, gets its name from its native Bhil tribal community, which migrated here and formed a commercial city altogether. Apart from all, the city of Bhilwara is best known for producing fine quality clothes. Due to which, it is often referred to as the 'Textile City of Rajasthan'. Besides, this city is also very famous for its 'Fad Paintings'- an exotic piece of art made on cloth with natural colors and in traditional style. Apart from this creative wealth, Bhilwara is blessed with a huge store of minerals, which makes it 'the Zoo of Minerals'. Also, the indigenous sweetmeats Makahn Beda and Gazhak will surely tantalize your taste buds and compel you to take some of it back home. Explore the Bhilwara holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and get ready to enjoy the best of this delightful city with us.
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Situated right adjacent to the scenic water fall, this Lord Shiva temple is surrounded by green mountains and features a large stone 'Shivalinga'. You can also visit the Chamunda Mata temple right above the hill and enjoy panoramic views of the Bhilwara city.
Technically a water reservoir for the residents of Bhilwara, the dam region is surrounded by exquisite natural environs with picturesque views making it an ideal tourist and picnic spot in Bhilwara.
Jataun Ka Mandir:
Known to be established during the middle of the 11th century, Jataun Ka Mandir is a famous heritage tourist site. This temple (Mandir) is situated in the Junawas region that is known for being as old as over 900 years.
Kyara ke Balaji:
It is an important religious site, which is believed to be holding a natural image of Lord Hanuman that had been appeared abruptly on the rock. Some popular temples near to this site are Beeda ke Mataji Temple, Patola Mahadev Temple, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Ghata Rani Temple.
Pur Udan Chatri:
A popular historical attraction of Bhilwara that is famous for its brilliant and ancient Udan Chatri (cenotaph).