Alwar Attractions


Alwar attractions comprise of the palatial and brilliant architectural constructed over the years by the many rulers of this city. The city of Alwar is infested with monumental structures that exhibit the craftsmanship of the artisans of the region who created the magnificent structures. The affluence of the royal families of the region is also reflected in the attractions of Alwar.

The primary attraction of Alwar comprise of the monumental forts and palaces that lie atop the hill in the city. Bala Qila is the fort of the city that was constructed by the Nikumbha Rajputs. The fort has ramparts that soar to great heights and lengths. The 446 musketry openings of the fort are representative of the strong in-built security system.

The city palace of Alwar was constructed in the 18th century by Raja Bakhtayar Singh. The palace now houses the government office of the district collectorate. The magnificent rooms of the palace are elaborately decorated with glasses and accessories. The palace is one of the primary attractions in Alwar city - Rajasthan .

The Company Garden or the Purjan Vihar was created in 1868 by Maharaja Shiv Dan Singh. The luxurious garden houses the Simla or the summer house that was constructed by Maharaja Mangal Singh.

The Vijay Mandir Palace is situated at a distance of 10 kilometers from the center of the city. The palace houses the temple dedicated to the worship of Lord Ram that is thronged by the devotees during Ramnavami.

Other attractions at Alwar :



  • Jaisamand Lake
  • Rani Moosi Chhatri
  • Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Alwar Museum
  • Moti Dongri
  • Sariska Palace
These sites in Alwar facilitate tourism in the region. The tourist attractions of Alwar are frequently visited by the national and international visitors.



Last Updated on 19 December 2011