Lifted at 900 feet over the ocean level, Karauli lays on the tail of cloudy Aravali ranges. It imparts its outskirts to Dausa in North, Madhya Pradesh in South, Sawai Madhopur in West, and Dhaulpur in East. Its geological area characterizes its atmosphere as sticky. During summers, the middle mercury levels shoot up to 40°C, while, remain consistent between 25°C to 28°C during winters. There is a huge list of tourist attractions in Karauli. Let’s have a quick look at some of them.
Karauli is specked with excellent travel goals. The interesting Hindu shrines like Kaila Devi Temple, Mehandipur Balaji, Kali Devi, Gomti Dham, and palatial structures like Karauli Ka Mahal, Bhanwar Vilas, Timangarh Fort and so forth are significant spots of intrigue.
Kaila Devi Temple is one of the most revered shrines of Karauli. People flocks from faraway places to seek blessings from the goddess. Mehandipur Balaji is one of the most notable temples which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple is famous for its ritualistic healing and exorcism of evil spirits.
At the core of Karauli is the neighborhood advertise, where individuals are purchasing and offering near everything possible. From the crisp produce and flavors that makeup India's scrumptious food to stores selling beautiful saris and bangles – there's everything way of peculiarities and keepsakes to be obtained here.
The market likewise offers an incredible open door for attempting Karauli's road nourishment or a new cup of masala tea. For only a couple of rupees, you can eat newly made treats simply as local people do. Towards the finish of the market, you'll locate a Hindu temple dedicated to the God of Shiva. What's more, on the off chance that you show up just before 9 am, you can encounter the appearing of the god and admirers making their supplications.
One of the last places to visit in Karauli is City Palace, where the past ages of the regal family used to dwell. Since the transition to their new lodgings, the castle has been transformed into an exhibition hall displaying the historical backdrop of the imperial family and locale.
The castle is likewise a compositional delight, being worked from nearby red sandstone run of the mill to the region. Anyway, it's kept up its medieval glory. What's more, inside it's a fortune trove of stone carvings, exemplary works of art and stunning latticed stone screens. The ideal spot to increase a more top to bottom comprehension of the history and culture of Rajasthan.