This semi-arid desert region of northern Rajasthan is well known for its finely painted havelis. This region known as the “open art gallery of Rajasthan”, Mandawa, one of the larger cities in the region is a popular destination for desert culture.
Mandawa Fort: this fort was founded in the eighteenth century by the thakur nawal Singh Jee, the fort hold the town with a painted arched gateway decorated with Lord Krishna and his cows. Built with a medieval theme, the fort is adorned with many beautiful frescoes on its walls.
Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli: This haveli, graced with two entrance gates, has a monumental facade decorated with elephants and horses.