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Sunheri Kothi Tonk

Situated about 30 kilometers from the Tonk- Sawai Madhopur Highway is the Sunheri Kothi, Tonk which attracts tourists from all over India. The Sunheri Kothi in Tonk is one of the beautiful Havelis in Rajasthan India which is also called the Golden Mansion of Tonk. offers online information on Sunheri Kothi, Tonk and other tourist attractions of Rajasthan and other parts of India.

History :

Sunheri Kothi, Tonk is one of the most interesting tourist places in Rajasthan. Every year tourists come from different places to see the beautiful monument. It seems to be built during the Mughal rule. Tonk was ruled by a tribe of the Pathans so the Sunheri Kothi exhibits a unique and exquisitely beautiful Mughal architecture.

Description :

One of the little villages in Rajasthan, Tonk attracts tourists from all over. On your tour to Rajasthan you can get to see the most unique monument in this place. The Sunheri Kothi, Tonk is near the Bada Kua. Though the exteriors of the monument makes it like any other Haveli in Rajasthan but its lavishly decorated and looks quite stunning with its brilliant artwork. The walls of the mansion have a golden polish which seems to be quite fascinating. The Sunheri Kothi, Tonk also known as the Golden Mansion has a big hall with exquisitely crafted mirror work and is called Shish Mahal.

The walls of the Sunheri Kothi, Tonk are adorned with glass work, floral paintings and mother of pearl and exquisite "Pachhikari" and "Meenakari" work that recalls the grandeur of the bygone era.

The Government of Rajasthan has declared it as a historical monument and wishes to preserve this grand Golden Mansion in Rajasthan.

From stained glass, stucco, to mirror work, the Sunheri Kothi is the ideal destination for the art lovers who will surely be mesmerized by the beauty of the Sunheri Kothi, Tonk. From floral swirls, motifs, to excellent mirror work, balconies and alcoves, the exquisite artistry of the Rajputs is explicitly reflected in its artwork as well as architecture of the Sunheri Kothi, Tonk. From lavish ornamentation, spacious courtyards to sprawling areas, the Sunheri Kothi, Tonk attracts people from all over.

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