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Harshnath - Things to Know Before Visiting

Harsh, Rajasthan 332001, India

Hindu Temples

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About Harshnath

An ancient hindu temple situated in Sikar. This Shiva temple according to an inscription dated 973 CE, was built by the Shiv ascetic Bhavarakta,


Attractions Near Harshnath

Khatu Shyam Ji Sikar
Khatu Shyam Ji Sikar27.31km from Harshnath

This is a Hindu temple in the village of Khatushyamji that is very popular with pilgrims. Devotees believe it houses the miraculously rediscovered head of Barbarika.

Laxmangarh Fort
Laxmangarh Fort38.84km from Harshnath

This is a ruined old fort situated at the top of a hill. This is the most imposing building in the Laxmangarh.

Kuchaman Fort
Kuchaman Fort49.37km from Harshnath

The Kuchaman Fort is perched atop a 300 m high cliff. This fort occupies a wide area which could be entered via 10 glorious gates from different sides. There were 32 bastions surrounding the entire fortification. The city at that time was inside the fort compound wall and people were residing with the compound. This fort shows the historical significance of the Rathore rule in Rajasthan.

Nemani Haveli
Nemani Haveli52.71km from Harshnath

it is a group of Havelis located in the district of Jhunjhunu.

LE PRINCE HAVELI (French Homestay)

Haveli Nadine is a haveli purchased by a French artist Nadine Le Prince and restored all the haveli and its frescos. Nadine Le Prince Cultural Centre came into existence with the efforts of French artist Nadine Le Prince. The art centre displays the works of French and Indian artists in traditional and contemporary art.

Khetri Mahal- JHUNJHUNU
Khetri Mahal- JHUNJHUNU73.03km from Harshnath

Also known as wind palace, is a classic example of palace architecture in Jhunjhunu. It is now a ruin, attracting tourists and locals alike.

Where is Harshnath

Discover More Attractions in Sikar, Where Harshnath Is Located

Sikar
Sikar
4 attractions

Sikar is a north-eastern district of Rajasthan. It is famous for its art and religious importance.

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