​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Churu, also known as Gateway to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan is famous for its marvelous Havelis, Chhatris and fresco paintings. Churu lies on National Highway 65 connecting Ambala and Pali. It is a junction station for commuting to Bikaner. The city has scanty vegetation and is encircled by shifting sand dunes.

How to Reach

  • On Web
    URL : http://churu.rajasthan.gov.in
  • By Air
    Jaipur airport is the nearest airport to Churu. 189 kms far away from the town, there are taxies and state buses available for connecting the distance.
  • By Train
    Churu has​ its own railway junction well connected by local trains with the neighbour cities and alos some of the neighbour states through selected trains.
  • By Bus
    Churu is connected to fellow cities in Rajasthan by road and to the connected states by various national highways. RSRTC and private buses run frequently to and from the Churu to nearby cities.

 Tourist attractions

  • Kothari and Surana Haveli

    ​Kothari and Surana Haveli

    A group of handsome painted havelis built by two prominent Oswal Jain merchant families

  • Tal Chhapar

    Tal Chhapar ​

    Talchhapar Sanctuary, situated in Churu is famous for endangered black-buck

  • Salasar Balaji

    Salasar Balaji

    "Salasar houses the famous Balaji Temple" which attracts a large number of devotees from all over India.


  • District ​Collectorate
  • Police Station: Police Control Room
  • Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.