Bhilwara

Bhilwara Tour

Bhilwara, as per the locals, can trace its origin to 11th century. It is believed that it was around this time that a Bhil, perhaps the first settler in the locality, constructed a temple for Lord Shiva. This temples is situated exactly at the place where the present day' Jataun Ka Mandir' lies and which also is the oldest part of the town. If one has to go by this theory then the history of Bhilwara can well be said to be almost 900 years old!

There are several attractions in and around Bhilwara which makes the place ideal for picnics and outings. Some of the leading attractions of the place are discussed below.

Mejha Dam


Mejha Dam is a water reservoir for Bhilwara and neighboring areas. Irrigation departments has constructed a rest house here with a swimming pool which enhances the attraction of the place. There are also swings for children which make the place just perfect for a picnic or an outing with family. Mejha Dam is the biggest dam in entire Bhilwara.

Harni Mahadev


A Shivling lies under a huge stone close to water fall underneath the mountain. The place is a pilgrimage spot for the locals. Chamunda Mata's temple is erected on top of the mountain which also offers a beautiful view of the city. .

Joganiya Mata


Joganiya Mata temple was constructed in 8th century and is located in the middle of a dense forest. There was a time when the place was infested with dacoits and drunkards who offered animal sacrifice to the deity. However, honest efforts of a Jain Sadhvi, Mewar Sihni Yaskanwarji ensured that animal sacrifice and drinking was abolished from the areas near the temple. In due course of time a number of dharamshalas (rest houses) sprang up giving comfortable accommodation to the pilgrims

Triveni


Triveni is a lovely location and is the confluence point of three rivers – Menali, Bards and Badach. People come to take a dip in the holy waters of these rivers during the months of Amawas, Poornima, Kartik and Magh.

Shahpura


Shahpur is a hub for painters many of whom have won national and international recognition. One can also find paintings as old as 700 years here.

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