​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Jhunjhunu is a district of the Indian state Rajasthan in western India. The town is a well known trading hub and is home to plenty of industries. Jhunjhunu district was named on ruler Jhunjhar Singh. There are many interesting places that one can visit in the town and these include forts, havelis and other old buildings.People of Jhunjhunu speak in different Ranashthani dialects. Shekhawati is the most commonly used languages in this town. Most of the people in Jhunjhunu follow Hinduism. In fact, people of the town wear their traditional clothes in everyday life. People prefer modern Hindi music and religious and devotional song too are very popular here.Jhunjhunu is one of the best tourist destinations of Rajasthan and Pilani is and he them. Birla Haveli & Museum, B.I.T.S Museum, Shiv Ganga Canal, etc. are a major tourist attraction of Jhujhunu Jhunjhunu has well developed infrastructure for industries as many industries are already operating in the industrial area of Jhunjhunnu, Pilani, Chirawa and other part of the town. Jhunjhunu has many educational institutes where thousands of students come from different parts of Rajasthan as well as other states to study in the Shekhawati region. The district of Jhunjhunu consists of important education hubs like Pilani, Chirawa, Surajgarh. Healthcare facilities in the town are easily available even at the Panchayat level. There are a number of government run hospital which provides treatment to the people of Jhunjhunu.

How to Reach

  • On Web
    URL : http://jhunjhunu.rajasthan.gov.in
  • By Air
    Jaipur airport is the nearest at a distance of 184kms.
  • By Train
    Trains are a good option when planning to travel to Jhunjhunu for two reasons, budget and proximity of the destination with the railway station.​
  • By Bus
    Jhunjhunu is well connected by road to Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and other major cities of the Shekhawati region.

 Tourist attractions

  • Khetri Mahal

    It is also known as the Wind Palace. It was built by Bhopal Singh in 1770.

  • Rani Sati Temple

    Rani Sati ​Temple

    ShriRanisatiMandir in Jhunjhunu has a history of more than 400 years.

  • Ajit Sagar Lake

    To the farthest north of Jhunjhunu is the picturesque artificial AjitSagar Lake, built by JitmaiKhaitan in 1902.

  • Badalgarh Fort ​

    It was built by NawabFazl Khan at the close of the 17th century.​


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