Many beautiful historical buildings and forts present in Rajasthan are very famous not only among the people of the country but also among foreign tourists. In every district here, you will see one historical fort, which has stood with great pride. To see these forts, there is a good crowd of domestic and foreign tourists every year.

Sawai Madhopur is famous for its fruit and its guavas, which are popular as ‘Madhopur Guavas’ in Rajasthan. This city is not only known for its wildlife, but also for its historical importance. The rich and glorious past of the place is reflected in the magnificent Ranthambore Fort and other historical monuments.

Here is the list Top 11 tourists attraction of SAWAI MADHOPUR

 

  1. Ganesh Temple
  2. Khandar Fort
  3. National Chambal Sanctuary
  4. Amareshwar Mahadeo Temple
  5. Rameshwaram Ghat
  6. Chauth Mata Temple
  7. Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History
  9. Surwal Lake 
  10. Kachida Valley
  11. Chamatkar Temple
  12. Shilpgram                                                                      

 

  1. Ganesh Temple:

Ganesh Temple

This temple is located in the Sawai Madhopur district and is built within the Ranthambore Fort, which is included in the World Heritage. There is something amazing about the fair of the beloved Trinetra Ganesh of Rant Bhanwar, situated in the Ranthambore fort situated between the Aravalli and Vindhyachal hills. This temple is full of nature and faith.

Lakhs of visitors from every corner of India come here to see Lord Trinetra Ganesh Ji and ask for many wishes, which are fulfilled by Lord Trinetra Ganesha.

This Ganesh temple was built by King Hammirdev Chauhan but the idol of Lord Ganesha is self-styled. Our Lord Ganesha is seated in this temple in the form of Trinetra, in which the third eye is considered a symbol of knowledge and intelligence. This is the only temple in the whole world where Lord Ganesha is seated with his complete family, two wives – Riddi and Siddi, and two sons – Shubh and Labh.

The decoration of Lord Trinetra Ganesh situated in Ranthambore fort is also done in a special and unique way. Lord Ganesha is adorned with a silver boar on normal days, but on Ganesh Chaturthi, the Lord is adorned with a gold varak, which is ordered from Mumbai.

Address: Ganesh mandir marg, Ranthambhore Fort, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001

2. Khandar Fort:

Khandar Fort

The Khandar Fort, located in the Khandar Tehsil of Sawai Madhopur, is the main tourist attraction center in Sawai Madhopur. This ancient fort is situated at a distance of about 40 km from the city center. It is situated near a very famous wildlife sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park.

Situated on a steep hill, there are three big gates at the entrance of the fort. Being situated at a dangerous location, the fort was difficult to be easily conquered by the invading armies. Raja, one of the ruling kings of the Khandar Fort, was known to have won every battle he ever fought.

There are seven temples inside the fort complex – Hanuman Mandir, Chaturbhuja Mandir, Rani Mandir, Govind Devji Mandir, Jagatpalji Mandir, and Jayanti Mata Mandir. Additionally, there are some water bodies inside the complex including two tanks and seven ponds.

Address: Goth Bihari, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322025

 

3. National Chambal Sanctuary:

national chamble sanctuary

National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1979 on the Chambal River in the Tribindu region of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, which is spread over 5400 sq km (2100 sq mi) in Chambal River, total length of this sanctuary is 425 km.

There is a different beauty in both the Chambal river and its ravines. The water of Chambal is still clear. In the rainy season, the beauty of this Sanctuary increases even more. Apart from seeing crocodiles and alligators, you can also trek on rugged roads.

Not only dolphins, alligators, eight types of turtles, and many birds included in the extinct category have become the reason for the increasing number of tourists. The best season to visit here is after the rains when the river is full of water and the weather is a bit cooler.

4. Amareshwar Mahadev Temple:

Amareshwar Mahadev Temple

Amareshwar Mahadev Temple is a cave temple situated amidst high hills on the way to Ranthambore National Park. This Temple is one of the major attractions of Sawai Madhopur. 

In this temple, 12 Jyotirlingas and an 11 feet high Shivling installed, which attracts devotees and devotees to take blessings.

Apart from this, Amareshwar Mahadev Temple established in the midst of lush green hills has not become a famous picnic spot. Where people like to see God away from the hustle and bustle of the city and want to spend some time amidst natural beauty. 

During the Shivratri festival, a puja and consecration of Shiva are also organized here, in which a large number of devotees participate.

Being situated in the middle of the hills, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm is the best and most valid time to visit the temple. 

Special Tip, let us tell you that for the complete and exciting journey of Amareshwar Mahadev Temple, you must give 1-2 hours to your journey.

5. Rameshwaram Ghat:

Rameshwaram Ghat

Rameshwaram Ghat has situated 50 km from Sawai Madhopur at the confluence of two rivers Chambal and Banas. It attracts a large number of tourists due to its natural beauty and wildlife. This place offers exciting opportunities for wildlife lovers as they can spot the diverse migratory birds that come here every year.

The waters of the two rivers at Rameshwaram Ghat are full of fish, crocodiles, alligators, and other endangered aquatic life. Another reason why tourists visit Rameshwaram Ghat is that there are many old temples nearby.

6. Chauth Mata Temple:

chouth Mata barwara

Chauth Mata Temple was established in 1451 by the King Bhim Singh in the 16 century, this town was freed from the Chauhan dynasty and came under the Rathod dynasty. The rulers of this dynasty also had deep faith in the Chauth Mata.

There is a temple of Mata Ambe in the town of Barawada of Chauth in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, which people worship as Mother. The devotees who come here have great faith in the Chauth Mata. 

That’s why throughout the year there is an influx of devotees in the court of the mother. Especially on every Chauth and Karwa Chauth of Hindu months, there is an influx of reverence in the court of the mother.

Chauth Mata is situated on the hill at a height of about one thousand feet of Barwara. The center of the faith of the people, this temple is full of devotees who come here.

Lakhs of devotees reach here throughout the year not only from the state but also from other states of the country for the Blessing of the mother. The unwavering faith of the devotees is attached to Chauth Mata.

Address: Old Grain Mandi Rd, City, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001

 

7. India Wildlife Safari:

Jungle-Safari Sawai Madhopur

Ranthambore of Rajasthan is Famous for the Royal Bengal Tigers and this is the reason why wildlife lovers love this place very much on their Rajasthan trip. Ranthambore not attracts only domestic tourists but also attracts a lot of as well as foreign tourists.

This attracts a lot of domestic tourists as well as foreign tourists. If you are planning to visit Ranthambore in Rajasthan, then definitely see India Wildlife Safari.

Ranthambore National Park is one of the most visited tourist places to visit in Ranthambore, Sawai Madhopur among wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is the best place to see wild tigers.

Tourists come here to do jungle safaris and see the beauty of this national park, and nature and take a lot of pictures, although this place is also very popular among wildlife photographers.

Apart from all this, you can also take a walk here under the supervision of a guide among the lush forests. The time to visit here is from 6 in the morning to 10 in the morning, so the same can be visited between 3:30 in the afternoon and 7 in the evening.

Address: 2, Ranthambhore Road, Vigyan Nagar, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001

 

8. Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History:

Museum-in-Ranthambore

This museum is a regional museum. Although it has many facts and figures about India and works too. Nice to learn so much about India, Indian vegetation, zoological, and geological and the perfect place to learn about Rajputana Royal treasure🏛️😍

Find culture, species, bird kingdom, and much more knowledgeable things. Also, the air conditioner is there, so if you want to spend 1-2 hours. You can easily spend it there.

Well-maintained museum with an informative collection of our local wildlife.

People who love art and are fond of birds and animals must visit this place.

A good one for kids or anyone interested in biodiversity. The Center of attraction on this campus is the big dinosaur in the middle of the garden…

There are no tickets for anybody so you came & enjoy this.

 

9. Surwal Lake:

surwal-lake sawai madhopur

Surwal is a seasonal but very picturesque lake, surrounded by meadows, fields, and villages. The lake is considered a haven for nature lovers and bird watchers as it serves as a habitat for many migratory birds such as spoonbills, stork cranes, and grey-leg geese.

It is one of the most beautiful Sawai Madhopur tourist places for a day picnic and photogenic sunrise views. 

Surwal lake is located inside the Ranthambore National Park and From Surwal lake you can see the mesmerizing surrounding nature and many species of birds on the banks of this lake. 

The view From this lake visible at sunset and sunrise is very attractive and beautiful.

The lake dries up during summer So, so the best time to visit this lake is during the monsoon or winter months.

Address: Surwal Dam, near Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322027

10. Kachida Valley:

kachida-valley

Dotted with rugged hills and gorgeous forests, Kachida Valley is a visual treat and one of the most beautiful places to visit in Sawai Madhopur.

A perfect destination for wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts, it is home to wild boar, sloth bears, and panthers. Enjoy jeep safaris, watch wildlife, and admire the best views of the surrounding forests.

Address: Goth Bihari, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322025

 

11. Chamatkar Temple:

Chamatkar-Temple-sawai-madhopur

Miracle Mandir is one of the oldest and most beautiful Jain temples located near Sawai Madhopur station. The temple is dedicated to Lord Adinath and also houses the idols of several Jain Tirthankaras. It is believed that worshiping in this temple fulfills all the wishes. So, make sure you seek blessings at this temple.

Address: Sheopur – Sawai Madhopur Road, Circle, near Alanpur, Alanpur, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322021

 

12. Shilpgram:

Shilpgram-

Shilpgram is a craft village near Sawai Madhopur from where you can buy indigenous craft items. It is situated 9 km outside Sawai Madhopur in Ramsinghpura village. You will find a wide variety of arts, crafts, and local items. If you want a unique shopping experience on your trip to this part of Rajasthan, then you should definitely plan a trip to Shilpgram.

The museum has been established to support the local ethnic groups and crafts and you as an Indian citizen must appreciate and promote it.

Address: Ramsinghpura, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322027