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Alwar in the Aravalli region presents a beautiful mix of different traditions. This hilly terrain in the state of Rajasthan possesses a rich history, which dates back to 1500 BC. This rock fringed tiny locale presents a pebbly as well as a verdant landscape. Formerly known as Mewat, Alwar gained as remarkable seat of art and culture under the patronage of Maharaja Pratap Singh. Like all the princely states of that time, this strong hold of the Rajputs also came under the British rule and remained as the same till India got freedom. 
Alwar, a city of majestic monuments and panoramic destinations captivates the tourist with its alluring appeal. This small town, imbibed in the rich cultural heritage provides a great time of good holidaying.

Places to Visit

Alwar Fort

Bala Quila

Bala Quila, which is erected on a 300m steep peak. Though this fort did not give any ample evidence about the ruler who constructed this fortress, it reveals its close association with the mighty Mugals. 

The ancient Hindu scriptures, the Puranas, dictate that a fort depicts the strength of a king. Bala Quila embodies this old saying and it represents the might and valor of the Rajput rulers. The all-embracing fortifications extend to a large area and with in that expansion we can see so many minarets and fabulous mansions.

Hotels in Alwar