Kishangarh and Roopangarh
Kishangarh - Location
The town of Kishangarh is about 27 kms from Ajmer. It is in the western state of Rajasthan and is located on the National Highway 8.
Kishangarh - History In Brief
Kishangarh was the capital of the former princely state ruled by the Rathors. The Crown prince Savant Singh (1699-1764), patronized art, mainly painting and during his time, the paintings became highly devotional.
Kishangarh- Must- See Places
The major attractions of Kishangarh are the Fort and the Phool Mahal (Flower Palace), which has now been converted into a hotel. And while you are on a tour to Kishangarh you can most certainly take a look at the famous paintings that are still very well-preserved.
It is about 100 kms from Jaipur and is easily accessible by road from the capital city of Rajasthan, India.
Roopangarh- Must- See Places
The Roopangarh Fort was built in 1648 by King Roop Singh. It was primarily built to bolster the defense of the city. Initially it was a nine-turreted fort but there were several new additions made to the fort.