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Mahansar Fort Heritage Hotel

Starts ₹ 3,000 per night


Rajasthan is the land of Kings, Colours and castles. Apart from holding the distinction of being the largest state in India, its people are also known as the most gracious and generous of hosts. Come visit Mahansar Fort Heritage Hotel to experience authentic Rajasthani hospitality and royalty. In the heart of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan this historical property is an architectural wonder. The current heirs have done a commendable job at preserving its glorious cultural and traditional heritage, blending it perfectly with modern day luxuries. Its Golden Room known locally as the ‘’sone chandi ki dukaan’’ is as remarkable as it is unique. It has depictions of scenes from the Ramayana, incarnations of Lord Vishnu and scenes from the life of Lord Krishna. It incorporates gold leaf in its intricate paintings. The rooms are exquisitely furnished with traditional furniture and fabrics.

Guests can relish authentic Rajasthani food cooked by the generous hostess herself and have insightful conversations with the host about what it meant to grown up as a Royalty.


Connectivity and Location

  1. Nearest Airports
  • Jaipur International Airport: 188 Kms
  • Bikaner Airport: 190kms
  • Indira Gandhi International Airport: 276 Kms


  1. Nearest Railway Stations:
  • Churu: 22 Kms
  • Kuchaman: 150 Kms
  • Jaipur: 188 Kms

Nearest Bus Station:

  • Jhunjhunu -41.4 Kms


  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Car Rental
  • Pet Friendly
  • Babysitting/Child Services
  • Designated smoking area
  • Housekeeping
  • Luggage Storage Facility
  • Laundry
  • Restaurant
  • Front desk
  • Air conditioned
  • Common lounge with TV
  • Sun Deck/Terrace
  • Outdoor play area and equipment for children


  • Bonfire
  • Picnic spot
  • Bicycle rental
  • Hiking/nature walks
  • Playground for children
  • Evening entertainment (for groups)
  • Horse riding
  • Camel/camel cart ride
  • Horse buggy ride


Things to Do

  1. Ramgarh: Ramgarh is at a distance of 131 kms from Mahansar Fort. It is famous for its handmade handicrafts and homemade wooden furniture. It is also famous for its opulent chhatris and johras (water tanks). The most well-known of these chhatris is the Ram Gopal Poddar chhatri, which was built in 1872, and depicts murals of scenes from the Ramayana, the life of Krishna and Ragamala paintings. Visitors can experience first-hand the richness and extravagance of Rajasthani culture by visiting the havelis which dot the Ramgarh area. These havelis reflect the prosperity and aesthetics of the Poddar family, who decorated these havelis with paintings, murals and intricate carvings. The famous Ganga Temple, built in 1845, is adorned with classic woodwork and lots of arches that visitors can weave through. There is a little Shani Temple built by the Khemka family in 1940. This also contains beautiful murals and mirror work.


  1. Rani Sati Temple: Guests can pay their respects and offer prayers at this world-famous sacred temple located in Jhunjhunu. It is dedicated to a Rajasthani lady known as Rani Sati, who self-immolated herself on her husband’s death, somewhere between the 13th and the 17th Also known as the Narayani Devi Temple, it is notable for not having any paintings or statues of the deity. A trident is the only symbolic representation of divinity in this unique temple.  In the same complex as this temple, visitors can pay their respects to Lord Hanuman, Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha.


  1. Churu:  Churu is known as the gateway to the Thar Desert and is at a distance of 22 km from the Fort. Churu is an oasis surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful sand dunes.  Visitors can also visit magnificent havelis, adorned with frescoes and chhatris.



  1. Taal Chappar Sanctuary: Guests can satiate their desire to be close to nature and wildlife at the Taal Chappar sanctuary. It is a passageway for many migratory birds that pass through here from September to March.  Black bucks thrive in this region owing to the abundance of mothia (meaning Peral) grass, which is also a part of the staple local diet.





The Golden Room of Mahansar: The Golden Room was built in 1846. It is known for its depiction of scenes from the Ramayana, the life of Krishna and Vishnu in 24 Carat gold and precious silver leaves.

Guests can take a tour of this lavish marvel of craftsmanship, located within the Fort itself.

Categories of rooms:

Deluxe King Suite:  As the name suggests, guests can experience what it means to live like a king in this extravagant and luxurious suite at the fort.  The suites are a visual delight guaranteed to mesmerise its guests with its traditional Rajasthani upholstery and furniture.  Glass painting windows and colourful curtains make these rooms vibrant and cheerful. Each room is uniquely decorated and styled to provide the guests with a memorable experience.

Room Amenities

  • King sized bed
  • Private sitting area
  • Shower
  • Air conditioned
  • Carpeted
  • Mosquito net (on request)
  • Baby safety gates
  • Wi-Fi
  • Room Service
  • Hot and cold running water
  • Countryside view


Deluxe Double Rooms:  These rooms are spacious and intricately decorated.  Reminiscent of the bygone Royal Rajput era, the rooms are decorated in traditional Rajasthani style.

Room Amenities

         King sized bed

         Private sitting area

         Shower

         Air conditioned

         Carpeted

         Mosquito net (on request)

         Baby safety gate

         Wi-Fi

         Room Service

         Hot and cold running water

         Countryside view


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Price per night: ₹ 3,000
Address: Mahansar Fort, Bissau-Ramgarh Road, District Jhunjhunun, Mahansar,
County: India
State: Rajasthan
Zip: 301033
Country: India

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