Mukundgarh is a tiny village of Rajasthan that takes pride in the finest album of the framed frescoes of the Shekhawati region of the royal and rustic Rajasthan. It originates its name in the middle of the 18th century from its founder Raja Mukund Singh who had been constructed the Mukundgarh Fort.
It is located approximately 250 kms away from Delhi spanning spread across 2 acres of land. The architecture designing of the fort has been extremely traditional and its aesthetical beauty is amazing. It has rich heritage of the Shekhawati that is revealed in the fascinating courtyards, beautiful balconies, whooping windows with arches and cool corridors. Moreover, it has 45 rooms available along with Deluxe Rooms that are all elegantly furnished with antique pieces of furniture they are comforted with the air-conditioning.
The restaurants inside the fort offer multi cuisines to treat your taste buds like the Bar Madhu Shala that is will remind you the golden days of past traditional food. One can also take a tip safari during the day to explore the preserved heritage of the area better. There are many options are available to discover the entire fort is camels, horses or the jeeps.
Apart from viewing the fort, tourists can enjoy some the folk music and dance to appreciate the culture better along with the puppet show. The place is also has some most beautiful painted havelis for the travelers to the land. With its painted havelis, one will able to leave you spell bound.