Rani Sati Temple

This ancient temple is 400 years old and dedicated to Rani Sati, one of the biggest in the country and the only temple located in beautiful district Jhunjhunu of Rajasthan symbolizing respect, femininity and love. It known for its architectural brilliance and attracting many tourists each day from around the world.

Dundlod Fort

Built in the 17th century, Dundlod Fort is a historical property in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan that was once the residence of the Rajput Kings and is now a hotel where tourists can experience a rich, royal, and rustic aspects of Rajasthan.Must visit place for people fond of Horse-Riding.

Goenka Museum

Seth Arjundas Goenka Haveli Museum in Dundlod built in 1875 is now a beautifully restored museum that depicts the life of merchants of the 19th century. It displays old ortefacts, life-size clay figures of merchants, livestocks, huge old cooking vessels, etc. A must visit place if you are palnning to visit Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan.

Salasar Balaji

Salasar Dham is a place having the most religious importance to the devotees of Lord Hanuman, located in the Churu district of Rajasthan. Devotees consider it as the most miraculous temple and have huge faith and belief of getting their wish fulfilled. Millions of tourists throng this temple throughout the year.

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Jeenmata Temple

A 1200 years old temple located in Raiwasa, Sikar district of Rajasthan. Jeen Mata is an incarnation of Goddess Durga, the sacred shrine is believed to be many years old. In Rajasthan’s history, the Jeen Mata Temple has been a very popular tourists attraction. Millions of pilgrims flock to the temple every year to seek the blessings of Jeenmata.

Khatu Shyam Ji Temple

KhatuShyam Ji Mandir is located in the Sikar district of Rajasthan and holds immense importance among the devotees of Lord Krishna. It is acknowledged when a devotee pronounces the name of the Divine from the depths of their hearts in true devotion, they are blessed and their troubles are eased.


Mukundgarh is a small desert town in Jhunjhunu district. One can visit the famous Mukundgarh fort, Kanodia Haveli, Saraf Haveli and Ganeriwal Haveli and few temples such as Shiva Temple and Gopinathji Temple. These historic monuments are still well preserved and one of the best places to visit near Kavassu Heritage Haveli.

Sone Chandi Ki Haveli

It is a small 150 years old haveli turned museum, situated at a distance of 33 km from Kavassu Heritage Haveli. It is a must visit place for those who love art and paintings. Each painting tells story from Hindu Mythologies such as Ramayana. The haveli is a must visit place in Juhunjhunu.

Badalgarh Fort

Badalgarh Fort was built under Mughal Ruler Nawab Fazal Khan in 16th Century. It is situated in lush green surroundings in Jhunjhunu district. The fort is witness of many legendary battles fought here. It was taken over by Rajput Ruler Shardul Singhji in 1730 when the Shekhawats took over Jhunjhunu. The carvings on the fort walls are still flawless.


Malsisar is a small village located 64 km from Kavassu Heritage Haveli in Jhunjhunu. The place is famous for colourful paintings and exquisite frescoes, wells and reservoirs. Few worth visiting places include Prem Giri Ji ka Math, Banarsi Das Banka Haveli, Serh Mal Saraogi Haveli, Banka’s Well, Jokhi Ram’s well and Saraogi’s Well.


Mandawa is a small town located in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. The place is famous for Mandawa fort, beautiful palaces and splendid mansions (havelis) and open air art gallery. It is one of the oldest cities of SHekhawati region and was an important stoppage for merchants and traders who traded goods via the Silk Route.


Fatehpur is a city located in Sikar district of Shekhawati region. It is known as the cultural capital of Shekhawati. It was established by Fateh Khan in 1451 until it was took over by the Shekhawats. One can visit beautiful havelis, temples & Nadine Le Prince Cultural Center which-an old mansion completely restored by French artist Nadine Le Prince.


Nawalgarh is a heritage city situated in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan at just 8 km from Kavassu Heritage Haveli. It is considered as the Golden City of Rajasthan and famous for its frescoes and beautifully designed mansions (havelis). It is often referred to as Open art gallery as there is art all around the city. Few famous attractions worth visiting in Nawalgarh are the Nawalgarh Fort, Roop Niwas Palace, Anandi Lal Podar Haveli, Sheesh Mahal.

Khetri Mahal

Khetri Mahal also known as the Wind Palace is situated in Jhunjhunu district at just 34 km from Kavassu Heritage Haveli. It was constructed by Bhopal Singh around 1770. The palace is famous for beautiful frescoes and brilliant architecture. The flow of wind is supported by open portals rather than stopped doors and windows. A student hostel situated at the base of the palace serves as its entrance. One can also visit the local market nearby to this palace.

BITS Pilani

The Birla Institute of Technology and Science is a private deemed university in Pilani, Rajasthan. Established in the year 1964, the institute is considered among the top institutes of higher education and research in engineering and sciences. The institute is backed by Aditya Birla Group. It has a wide network of successful alumni spread all across the world. The institute also works in R & D field and acts as consultant to Government and industries through its R & D centres.


Jaipur, also known as the Pink City of India is the capital of Rajasthan and situated at distance of around 150 km from Kavassu Heritage Haveli. It is the largest city in Rajasthan state. The city is famous for traditional Rajasthani handicraft items, jewelry, fabrics and cuisine. Founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1727 AD, Jaipur is also the first planned city of India. One can visit beautiful and magnificent palaces, forts and temples.