Welcome to Shekhawati

This small region of Rajasthan was for centuries the residence chosen by a community of Marwari merchants, who flaunted the wealth accumulated with the trades in the frescoes of their mansions. "Shekhawati", which means "the land of the clan of Shekha", derives its name from Rao Shekha (1433 AD -1488 AD) a scion of the Kachhwaha family of Jaipur. The ancient kingdom of Shekhawati is a semi-desert region dotted with small villages where local culture is still deeply rooted in tradition and linked to rural history. In the saddle you will have the opportunity to explore the most remote areas, away from the tourist itineraries, you will be able to know daily life in the rural areas where the locals lead a simple and humble life.

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Information About Shekhawati

This small region of Rajasthan was for centuries the residence chosen by a community of Marwari merchants, who flaunted the wealth accumulated with the trades in the frescoes of their mansions. "Shekhawati", which means "the land of the clan of Shekha", derives its name from Rao Shekha (1433 AD -1488 AD) a scion of the Kachhwaha family of Jaipur. The ancient kingdom of Shekhawati is a semi-desert region dotted with small villages where local culture is still deeply rooted in tradition and linked to rural history. In the saddle you will have the opport...

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Rani Sati Mela, (Aug)  Large crowds gather on this day of prayers and dances in Jhunjhunu (northern Shekhawati) in memory of the widow of a merchant who in 1595 performed sati, sacrificing her life on the funeral pyre of her husband.

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