1. Rani Sati Temple: One of the oldest and famous Indian pilgrimages, Rani Sati Temple dates back to 400 years and possesses an interesting history. With a tale of feminine courage and bravery, this temple has found a place in the heart of Bhagaks.
Not only this, the temple also charms the tourists with its grandeur and beautiful paintings. Witness a special Pujan that happens here on the occasion of Bhadon Amavasya that allures tourists from around the country. Possessing no statue of any female or male god, a trident is worshipped here that is a symbol of power and strength.
Location: Rani Sati Mandir, Chobari Mandi Colony, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001.
Timing: 5 AM - 1 PM and 3 PM - 10PM on all days.
2. Khetri Mahal: Famous for its glorious architecture and striking frescoes, Khetri Mahal is one of the most ancient attractions fascinating the tourists as well as locals. Possessing marble pillars, the palace is windy and is also known as the Wind Palace.
The corridors and halls are huge so much so that even horses and carts can be accommodated. Khetri Mahal also offers mesmerising views from the top and you can witness the Muslim Quarter, Pirzada Mahalla and city as well.
Location: Bada Mohalla, Kajiwada Mohalla, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001.
Timing: 10 AM - 5 PM on all days.
3. The Modi and Tibrewala Haveli: Considered to be one of the most popular havelis in Rajasthan, The Modi and Tibrewala Haveli is famous for its brilliant murals and frescoes. There are jharokhas in the haveli which were meant for the females to peek into the outside world.
These are designed with great intricacy and the walls in the haveli are painted in vibrant colours like red, golden and green. These havelis represent the luxurious and palatial lifestyle of the privileged community and it has huge corridors. These havelis are beautifully designed and also possess Shekhawati artwork.
Location: Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan.
4. Khemi Sati Temple: The elegance and magnificence of the architecture of the Khemi Sati Temple attracts the tourists from around the country. Known for the history related to resilience, this temple is located in the centre of the town and is easily accessible. This is one of the heritage places brimming with aesthetics and you should definitely visit this temple while in the Jhunjhunu city of Rajasthan.
Location: Fauz Ka Mohalla, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001.
5. Aath Havelis: Owing to its name, this tourist attraction is amalgamation of eight havelis and is one of the best places to visit in Jhunjhunu. The architecture of the haveli is classic and unparalleled and it completely captivates the attention of the tourists.
The teak wood ceiling and the brass doors are bewitching along with the paintings and walls that symbolise the culture and tradition of Rajasthan. This beautiful place is sure to sweep you off your feet and is an absolute sight to behold.
Location: Nawalgarh, Jhunjhunu India.
Timings: 8 AM - 6:30 PM.
Entry Fee: INR 500.
6. Kamruddin Shah Dargah: Located at the foothill of Kana Pahar, this dargah is dedicated and built in reverence of the Muslim saint Kamruddin. It was constructed in the 19th century and since has been a religious place for the tourists and the locals.
Home to a mosque, a Koran school, Mehfilkhana and a ramp, this is one of the best places to visit in Jhunjhunu. You can also witness some of the gorgeous floral motifs in the dargah which enhances its beauty. There is also a pyramid-like structure here that was built in remembrance of Major Forster, the saint’s infant son.
Location: Dargah Qamaruddin Shah, near Bus Depo, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001.
Timings: 5:30 AM - 7:00 PM on all days.