The Parusrampuria Haveli Nawalgarh is one of the best havelis in the Nawalgarh area and boasts of some of the best instances of haveli frescos to be seen in the entire Shekhawati region.
The beautiful havelis of Shekhawati are indeed fascinating and have proved to be a major tourist appeal. Striking architecture, vibrant and colorful interiors and massive parapets of the havelis stand witness to the wealth and prosperity of the Marwari merchants. Adorned with exquisite murals and frescos, and delicately carved and latticed casement windows, these havelis are indeed a sight not only to behold, but to marvel at. Almost every Haveli is decorated with magnificent mirror work and paintings sometimes done even with gold or silver leaf, depending upon the affordability and wealth of the owner of the Haveli.
During the old days, these wooden carvings and gold and silver paintings were assumed to be symbolical of the owner's status and wealth. However, many of these havelis have been transformed into heritage hotels after the Independence. The increasing maintenance cost and the trend among the businessmen to migrate to places with better business opportunities, led to this. Some of the havelis in Shekhawati have recently also been opened for public viewing, for an entry fee.
The Parusrampuria Haveli Nawalgarh In Rajasthan was established in the early 20th century and belongs to an affluent trader family of the region.
The Parusrampuria Haveli In Nawalgarh In India has some of the best frescos to be seen in the entire Shekhawati Region. The vibrant and detailed frescos depict local legends, lives of local and mythological heroes, war and hunting scenes and traditional Rajput art themes like Lord Krishna, royalty, etc.
Like all havelis in Rajasthan, the Parusrampuria Haveli Nawalgarh India, is built in the traditional style following the common layout of havelis. The haveli opens into a courtyard that leads to another larger courtyard which gives you a sight of the verandahs and the rooms. The interiors of the Haveli are covered with intricate frescos in vibrant colors. A mad riot of red, golden, green set the walls ablaze as if.