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Jhunjhunu is in Shekhawati.


Jhunjhunu is a town in the state of Rajasthan, India and the administrative headquarters of Jhunjhunu District. It is located 180 km away from Jaipur, 220 km from Bikaner and 240 km from Delhi. The town is famous for the frescos on its grand havelis. Khetri Mahal, known as Wind Palace, inspired Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh of Jaipur that he was so intimidated by this unique structure that he built the grand and historical Hawa Mahal in 1799, is located in Jhunjhunu. The Rani Sati temple is also located in Jhunjhunu.

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By rail[edit]

It has decent rail connectivity from the nearby Jaipur and Delhi

  • 1 Jhunjhunu railway station. Jhunjhunun railway station (Q31297825) on Wikidata Jhunjhunu railway station on Wikipedia

By road[edit]

Jhunjhunu is well connected by roads from all the major cities of Rajasthan. 180 km from Jaipur 200 km from Delhi

By plane[edit]

The nearest airports to Jhunjhunu city are Jaipur International Airport and Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi.

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Map of Jhunjhunu


  • 1 Rani Sati Temple (राणी सती दादी मंदिर). Rani Sati Temple Jhunjhunu (Q24939855) on Wikidata Rani Sati Temple on Wikipedia
  • 2 Khetri Mahal. Khetri Mahal (Q24945743) on Wikidata Khetri Mahal on Wikipedia
  • 3 Badalgarh Fort.







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