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ALWAR :
Alwar is known as “The Tiger Gate” of Rajasthan. Surrounded by the lush Green Aravali hills and presents a breath taking natural environment. Deciduous forests and lakes form the backdrop for this beautiful place. The place is dotted with architectural splendour surrounded by the harsh hills. The deep valleys and the thick forest cover is a haven for many species of birds and animals. It is one of the oldest cities of the State and its
prehistoric and historic sites are an archaeologist's delight. Paradoxically, Alwar is both the oldest and the newest of the Rajput Kingdoms of Rajasthan. It traces its tradition back to the kingdoms of Viratnagar that flourished here around 1500 B.C. It is also known as Matasya Desh where the Pandavas, the mighty heroes of the Mahabharata, spent the last year of their 13-year exile.
The grandeur, beauty and delicacy of the design of the innumerable forts and palaces of the region, the tranquil lakes, stately hunting lodges, sites of archeological importance, thick forests with numerous birds and animals intermingled with an equally diverse socio-cultural configuration have made this region a traveler's delight.
 
 

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BALA QUILA :
The Bala Qila (young fort) is a towering spellbinding fort that stands atop a hill. Amazing fortifications surround the Nikumbha Mahal Palace at the top, which has graceful Bengal caned marble columns and delicate latticed balconies. The fort is 595 mts. above the city, and extends about 5 Kms from north and south and 1.6 Kms from east and west. The fort has
 
15 large and 51 small towers, which contains 446 loopholes for the musketry; its eight towers all around are meant for its defence . The most magnificent were 3,599 kanguras, each containing two loopholes for musketry. The fort can be entered through six gates, namely Jai Pol, Suraj Pol, Laxman Pol, Chand Pol, Krishan Pol and Andherl Gate.
 
     
 
SILISERH LAKE :
The water palace of Siliserh with a lake surrounded by low wooded hills is route to Sariska. It lies12 Kms. southwest of Alwar. The tranquil lake is nestled in the hills; the sparkling ripples of the lake cover an area of about 10.5 sq. Kms, surrounded by thick forest and magnificent cenotaphs on its embankment. A royal hunting lodge /palace was built by Maharaja Vinay
Singh for his Queen Shila in 1845. It has been converted into a tourist bungalow and is an attractive spot for a peaceful holiday.

Boating facilities at Siiiserh Lake
Timings sunrise to sunset
 
     
 
     
 
     
     
   
     
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