Bhilwara is well known place in Rajasthan. Bhilwara is a prominent tourist destination as well as a major trading hub. Bhilwara is the city of industry in the region of Mewar. It is mainly popular for its textiles built up units. Bhilwara is enclosed by the region of Ajmer, Rajasthan, Chittorgarh, Bundi and the district of Tonk. Bhilwara is famous for its Handicrafts, textiles and the pilgrimages. There are number of cloth mills located in the Bhilwara region. Bhilwara is famous for painting of Phad, Swand art, Bahrupiya, the dance of Gair, mozri shoes and lakh bangles made by the Lakhara families.
Bhilwara almost covers the area of 10, 455 sq. km. the local people of Bhilwara likes to speak Hindi, English and Rajasthani.
Bhilwara Art & Culture
Bhilwara Fairs and Festivals
Things to Do in Bhilwara
Tourist Attractions in Bhilwara
1Battis Khambon Ki Chhatri :
As you proceed to Bijolia you take your drive towards Mandalgarh. You reach Battis Khambon Ki Chhatri an impressive sandstone shrine, consist of 32 pillars and many more temples of God and Goddes. Mandalgarh is 52 km from Bhilwara.
2Yakshini Mata temple :
In the earlier days, the Yakshini Mata temple was a happening pl0ace. This temple is captivating site if you are fascinated in the ancient temples. The Yakshini Mata temple is the centre of the celebrations of Mandal.
3Mewa Dham :
Mewa Dham is away from Mandal around 4 km. It is a scenic village as well as Mewa has a tiny fort also, which was built by the Sisodia Rajputs of Mewar.
Bijolia is located on a highland called Uparmal and makes a stunning sight. Bijolia has group of five Jain temples devoted to Parsvanath. Here is a tank called Mandakani Baori.
Shahpur is 55 km from Bhilwara and located on Jahajpur. Shahpura is famed for the involvement of freedom fighters of India as well as the key of International Ramsnehi. It is also popular for its 700 years of old painting.