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Arabic Persian Research Institute.

Kali Paltan, Tonk, Rajasthan 304001, India

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About Arabic Persian Research Institute.

This is the premier Indian institute engaged in the promotion and furtherance of Arabic and Persian studies. This institute was established by the Government of Rajasthan in 1978.



Attractions near Arabic Persian Research Institute.

Shree Kalyan Ji Temple (Shreeji Temple)42.99km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

Kalyanji is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple was supposedly built by King Digva 5600 years ago.

Bisal Dev Mandir43.63km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

A Hindu temple located beside the Bisalpur dam on the Banas river, the temple id dedicated to Gokarneswara. A monument of national importance which was commissioned at the 12th century.

Bisalpur Dam43.88km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

This is a gravity dam on the Banas river which was completed in 1999 for the purpose of irrigation and water supply.

Safari Ranthambore58.56km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

A safari through the amidst jungle in an open jeep. Can see and explore the living and habitat of the wild animals.

Chandlai Lake58.83km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

Chandlai Lake is one spot you must visit. You can spend a good half a day for birding if you are in Jaipur in this place located approximately 30KM from Jaipur city on Tonk Road.

Shilpgram60.57km from Arabic Persian Research Institute.

The Shilpgram Museum is a craft village, situated near Ramsinghpura village. It is a living ethnographic museum depicting the tremendous diversity in crafts, art and culture of various Indian states, especially the western part.

Where is Arabic Persian Research Institute.

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The Tonk district is bounded on the north by Jaipur district, in the east by Swai Madhopur district and in the west by Ajmer district. The district is also called as 'Rajasthan Ka Lucknow '.