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Siliserh Lake Palace

Siliserh Lake Palace

0.48km from Siliserh Lake

The famous palace is a frequented destination by visitors and travellers looking to refresh themselves from the ruckus of city life. The lake is a famous picnic site in the region, and it imposes itself before the palace in a wonderful natural setting. this is now a heritage hotel by the Rajastan govt.

Jaisamand Lake

Jaisamand Lake

6.67km from Siliserh Lake

This is the second largest artificial lake in Asia.

Alwar Museum

Alwar Museum

7.88km from Siliserh Lake

Situated in the vicinity of City Palace, the Government Museum in Alwar was established in 1940. Housing a brilliant collection of paintings, frescoes, and artifacts, the museum boasts of rich ancient heritage of the royal families.

Alwar City Palace Vinay Villas Palace

Alwar City Palace Vinay Villas Palace

7.91km from Siliserh Lake

Build in the 18th century, this magnificent fort is located in the foothills of Aravalli, right below Bala Quila. The fort is a perfect blend of Mughal and Rajput architecture.

The Dadhikar Fort

The Dadhikar Fort

8.56km from Siliserh Lake

The Dadhikar Fort is a mid-segment heritage getaway in Alwar, with over 1,100 years of history overlooking Rajasthan countryside and the Aravalli hills.

Sariska Tiger Reserve and national park

A national park in the Alwar district which has an area of 881 sq km comprising scrub thorn arid forests, dry deciduous forests, grasslands, and rocky hills. This area was a hunting preserve of the Alwar state and declared as a national park in 1955

Kankwari Fort

Kankwari Fort

27.03km from Siliserh Lake

Located inside the Sariska tiger reserve in Alwar district. The fort was founded by Jai singh with mesmerising architecture.

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort

53.57km from Siliserh Lake

A beautiful fort built by Bhagavant das for his younger son Madho Singh. The fort and its precincts are well preserved

TIJARA Jain Mandir(1008 Shri Chandra Prabhu Jinalaya)

This is a jain temple dedicated to the Chandraprabha. The white stone idol was retrieved from underground, reinforcing the belief that this place was once a Dehra, a place where Jain idols are worshipped

Harshad Mata Temple Dausa

Harshad Mata Temple Dausa

58.19km from Siliserh Lake

The temple is situated in Abhaneri village in Dausa district of Rajasthan. There is a mandap inside the temple which is built on pillars in a sanctum style scheme. The outer walls of the temple have Brahman bhadra niches and images of gods carved on them. There are fine sculptures that can be found in the upper shiver of the temple.

Peetaliya Balaji Temple

Peetaliya Balaji Temple

69.15km from Siliserh Lake

Also known as Balaji ka Nagla. This is the main temple in this village of Hanuman.

Jal mahal

Jal mahal

69.92km from Siliserh Lake

The Jal Mahal, also known as the Jal Mahal of Narnaul or the Water Palace, is a late 16th century palace, fortification, and artificial lake located in Narnaul, Haryana. Built by a Mughal governor of Narnaul, the structure currently serves as a tourist attraction.

Ramgarh Lake

Ramgarh Lake

70.95km from Siliserh Lake

This is an artificial lake situated near Jhamwa, Rajasthan. The last time the lake received water was 1999 and it has been dry since 2000

Rewari Heritage Steam Loco Shed

Rewari Heritage Steam Loco Shed

76.28km from Siliserh Lake

This is an old railway museum located in the Rewari city of Haryana . it is the only surviving steam locomotive shed in India, and houses some of Indias last surviving locomotives.

Dhosi Ka Pahad

Dhosi Ka Pahad

77.04km from Siliserh Lake

Dhosi Hill is an extinct volcano, standing alone at the north-west end of the Aravalli mountain range, of which it is a part, with height varying from about 345 to 470 meters from the surrounding land and 740 meters from the sea level. It has temple, pond, fort and caves on the top and forest around it. The Aravalli range is a Precambrian Malani igneous suite of rocks that have been dated at 732 Ma BP.

Masani Barrage

Masani Barrage

77.73km from Siliserh Lake

Masani barrage, also Masani bridge, a barrage on the seasonal Sahibi River completed in 1989, is named after the Masani village in Rewari District of Haryana in India. Masani barrage also serves as a bridge on NH 919. Water storage in the barrage was made perennial in 2017 after a gap of 50 years. This barrage is an important part of an ecological corridor along the route of Sahibi river which traverses from Aravalli hills in Rajasthan to Yamuna via Matanhail forest, Chhuchhakwas-Godhari, Khapar

Deeg Palace

Deeg Palace

78.6km from Siliserh Lake

This palace is 32 km from Bharatpur. The palace was in active use till the early 1970s.

Sahibi River

Sahibi River

78.66km from Siliserh Lake

A riverfed river flowing through Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi states in India. This is a seasonal river that starts from the Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan.

Deeg Fort

Deeg Fort

79.03km from Siliserh Lake

Deeg fort is the architectural wonder of Bharatpur district. The central tower of the fort is positioned at an elevated height with a shallow canal surrounding it. An 8 km huge wall surrounds the fort.

Shree Jagannath Temple

Shree Jagannath Temple

80.8km from Siliserh Lake

This is the oldest Hindu temple located in the Alwar. this temple represents the cultural significance of the Alwar city. The temple’s presiding deity is an anthropomorphic form of Lord Jagannath

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Siliserh Lake

Siliserh Lake

Alwar, Rajasthan 301001, India

Sprawling over an area of 7 kilometers, this charming lake of Siliserh is fixed in Rajasthan and owes its establishment to Maharaja Vinay Khan in the year 1845. Formerly built to supply water to the city of Alwar,