Temples in Nagaur
The fort that was built during the fourth century has three gates, Sireh Pol (the outermost gate), Beech Ka Pol (a middle gate as per its name) and Kacheri Pol (known because the judiciary was housed here in earlier times). Inside the fort, palaces built during the rules of various ruler are worth seeing. Prominent among these are Hadi Rani Mahal, Deepak Mahal, Bhakt Singh Palace, Amar Singh Mahal, Akbari Mahal and Rani Mahal. There are also two temples, the Krishna Mandir and the Ganesh Mandir and a Shah Jahani mosque within the fort complex.
The dargah is hugely revered and occupies a place just after the Dargah of Ajmer -e - Sharief. The dargah is dedicated to Khwaja Hamiduddin Nagauri, who was also one of the chief disciples of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti of Ajmer.
The temples are grand structures that command an unfading respect in the hearts of the Jains. The paintings in these temples showcases motifs related to the life of Lord Mahavira and Parsavnath.
This is yet another sacred tourist destination in Nagaur. A samadhi of an esteemed saint, the place stands for liberation of the soul with simplicity & truthfulness. It is also a symbol of communal harmony.
Built by Thakur Karam Singhji in the16th century, the Khimsar Fort is the star attraction of Nagaur district. Though the fort has been converted into a heritage hotel and offers all modern facilities, yet its original charm as a symbol of royal past can unmistakably be caught from outside itself. For guests to Khimsar Heritage Hotel, a stay is worth every penny they have spent to spend a vacation here.