​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Karauli, is one of the districts of Rajasthan. Karauli was officially founded in 1348 AD by the Yaduvanshi Rajput, Raja Arjun Pal. This holy city was originally known as Kalyanpuri, after the local deity Kalyanji. Karauli shares its boundary on the west by Dausa, South West by Sawaimadhopu, northeast by Dholpur and west north of Bharatpur. Karauli is famous for its geographical specialists and having full of natural beauty and covered by Vindhyanchal and Aravali mountains .In Karauli, one animal fair and two religious fairs are held. The religious fairs are held in March-April and Sept-Oct at the temple of Kaila Devi Ji about 20 kms from Bhanwar Vilas Palace.Hindi and Marwari is most preferred language of the district. Karauli has many small scale industries, Sandstone deposits are available in Karauli Distt. about 200 small units are using this resource for cutting & polishing of stones to be used in building making. Karauli has turned into a popular hot destination for tourist in Rajasthan. Countless great antiquated shrines, beautiful decorated havelis and imprinted chatrris dot the whole city. Civil infrastructure is adequate for the people of Karauli, Many schools, colleges, hospitals, communication centers are available in the city. 

How to Reach

  • On Web
    URL : http://karauli.rajasthan.gov.in​
  • By Air
    Jaipur Sanganer Airport is the nearest airport from where you can reach the district of Karauli.
  • By Train
    The major two railway station that connects to Karauli is Hindaun City and Gangapur railway station. These railway stations are located on Delhi-Kota main route and on the broad gauge of Northern Western Railway line.
  • By Bus
    The district of Karauli is well connected by the network of road to other major and minor cities and towns of Rajasthan and rest of India.​

 Tourist attractions

  • ShriMahavirJi

    Shri MahavirJi

    Shri ​MahavirJi is the famous Jain pilgrimage in Karauli.

  • Timangarh Fort

    Timangarh Fort ​

    Imposing structure staring down at the surroundings at a distance of around 40 km from Karauli.​

  • Bhanwar Vilas Palace

    Bhanwar Vilas Palace

    Built as a royal residence, in the year 1938 by Maharaja Ganesh Pal DeoBahadur.

  • Kaila Devi Temple

    Kaila Devi Temple

    ​Kaila Devi smack on the banks of the Kalisil River in the hills of Trikut

 Facilities

  • District ​Collectorate
     07464-250100​
  • Police Station: Police Control Room
    07464-250398
  • Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.
     1800-103-3500
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