Most Papular Places

Find Most papular places and historical places near Ramganjmandi and Bhawanimandi


 1    Falaudi Mataji Tample

Falaudi Mataji Tample

Shri Falaudi Mata Mandir is situated at Khairabad Dham near Ramganjmandi in KOTA District of Rajasthan state. The principal deity of this temple is called Falaudi Mata that is believed the incarnation of Devi Parvati, worshipped as the family of goddess of Medatwal Vaishya Samaj spread all over India


Address Khairabad,Ramganjmandi Rajasthan

 2    Gandisager Barrage

Gandisager Barrage

The Gandhi Sagar Dam is one of the four major dams built on India's Chambal River. The dam is located in the Mandsaur district of the state of Madhya Pradesh. The dam's reservoir area is the second-largest in India (after the Hirakud Reservoir), and attracts a large number of migratory and non-migratory birds throughout the year.


Address Gandisager ,District Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh

 3    Kota Super Thermal Power Plant

Kota Super Thermal Power Plant

Kota Thermal Power Plant is Rajasthan's first major coal-fired power plant. It is located on the left bank of the Chambal River near Kota. Kota Thermal Power Station of RVUNL is reckoned one of the best, efficient and prestigious power station of the country.


Address Kota District,Rajathan ,INDIA

 4    Kalisindh Thermal Power Station

Kalisindh Thermal Power Station

Kalisindh Thermal Power Station is located 12 km away from Jhalawar town. The power plant is operated by Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd (RVUNL). Source of water for the plant is from Kalisindh Dam near village Bhanwarasi and coal for the plant will be sourced from Paras East and Kanta Basin coal blocks in Chhatisgarh state. Its chimney has a height of 275 metres.


Address Village Undal,District Jhalawar,Rajasthan ,INDIA

 5    Kota Barrage

Kota Barrage

Kota Barrage is the fourth in the series of Chambal Valley Projects, located about 0.8 km upstream of Kota City. Water released after power generation at Gandhi Sagar dam, Rana Pratap Sagar dam and Jawahar Sagar Dams, is diverted by Kota Barrage for irrigation in Rajasthan and in Madhya Pradesh through canals on the left and the right sides of the river. The work on this dam was completed in 1960.


Address Kota District,Rajathan ,INDIA

 6    Parshwanath Digamber Jain Mandir, Kethuli

Parshwanath Digamber Jain Mandir, Kethuli

Kshetra, Kaithuli, is 1100 years old, situated at M.P.­-Rajasthan border. Chaturth kal Choubeesee and Numinous statue is here. Very old Statue of Bhagwan Chandraprabhu is here. Statue of Bhagwan Pashvanath is here


Address Kethuli ,District Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh

 7    Gagron fort, Jhalawar

Gagron fort, Jhalawar

The impressive fort, built over several centuries (8th to 14th centuries A.D) stands witness to many great battles and is surrounded by the tranquil waters of the Ahu and Kali Sindh rivers on the three sides. A beautiful mausoleum of a Sufi Saint Mitheshah just outside the fort is the venue for an annual colorful fair held during the month of Moharram


Address Jhalawar,Rajasthan ,INDIA

 8    Surya Mandir Jhalrapatan

Surya Mandir Jhalrapatan

Surya Mandir, situated in the heart of Jhalrapatan, is famous for a shikhara (peak of a temple) which is 96 ft from the ground. The temple is orthogonal and has a sanctum, vestibule and rangamandapa or pillared hall.


Address Jhalrapatan ,District Jhalawar, Rajasthan ,INDIA

 9    Rana Pratap Sagar Dam

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam on Chambal River is located near Rawatbahata town. The dam has power generation capability. It also supports a road connecting Rawatbhata to a nearby township?Vikram Nagar located on a picturesque small hill. On the top of the hill there is a large metal statue of Maharana Pratap, which is a perfect place to look at the city during the evening.


Address District Rawatbahata, Rajasthan , INDIA

 10    Chandrabhaga Temples

Chandrabhaga Temples

Chandrabhaga Temples are about 7 km away from Jhalawar town. and is situated on the banks of the River Chandrabhaga. There are many temples on the banks of the River, but three of the most popular ones are Shri Dwarkadhish Temple, the Shantinath Jain Temple and the Padmanath Temple. These temples, built between 6th and 14th centuries are the classic examples of the art of the old days.


Address Jharapatan, District Jhalawar, Rajasthan




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