Weekend Trip to Karauli , Rajasthan
- Forts and Palaces
Winter 8 to 28°C
Distance / Traveling Time
From Delhi: 287 kilometers / 5 h ,10 m
Best Time To Visit
Located around 150 kilometers from Jaipur, Karauli is considered one of the holiest in Rajasthan with more than 300 kilometers. Formerly known as Kalyanpuri, the city was founded in 1348 A.D. after the local deity ‘Kalyanji’. The entire city is covered from all four directions by a red sandstone wall. Famous for its pale-red stones, Karauli boasts of some memorable monuments such as Kaila Devi Temple, Madan Mohan Ji Temple, Mahavir Jain Temple and other historic structures. Nonetheless, the Kaila Devi Sanctuary, an extension of the Ranthambore National Park is located at a short distance from Karauli.
How to Reach Karauli
The nearest railway station is Gangapur, which is located 81 kilometers away from Karauli. Gangapur is a major railway station linked all major cities in India including Delhi.
The Sanganer Airport in Jaipur is the nearest airport to Karauli. It is around 160 kilometers away from Karauli. Jaipur airport is well-connected to major cities such as Delhi.
: There are daily bus services from Karauli to Gangapur (81 km) and Jaipur (160 km). Both these destinations are linked to Delhi via bus.