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Experience world class service at Virat resorts located at Virat Nagar town Jaipur near sariska wild life sanctuary.  Surrounded by the picturesque Aravalli Mountains, the Virat Resort is well equipped with all modern amenities and comforts for the guests. At Virat Resort, you will get one of the best unique accommodation in cottages.

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Rajasthan, literally meaning "Land of the Kings", is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Northern India. The vast sand dunes of the Thar Desert attract millions of tourists from around the globe every year. Viratnagar is situated on the Jaipur -Delhi National highway at a distance of about 75 Kms from Jaipur. It is in the vicinity of important and recognized tourist destinations such as Sariska (a Project Tiger sanctuary), Siliserh, Ajabgarh- Bhangarh and Alwar. There is some very unique and historical Venus at Viratnagar which have largely escaped tourist attention. These venues are not only of great historical importance but are also in a reasonably good state. They can be easily opened to the ever- increasing tourist traffic to the colorful state of Rajasthan. Being close to Jaipur, Alwar and Delhi they can also serve as a welcome break for the tourists already traveling on this circuit. A complex of rock shelter and natural cave shelters found in different hills of Viratnagar indicate the presence of prehistorical people from the beginning of early stone age up to late stone age. The city is said to have been founded by King Virat in whose kingdom the five pandavas spent the thirteen-year of their exile in disguise (Agyatwas). The place Viratnagar assumed a special significance during the period of Mahabharata. At a site known as Bhim Ki Dungari or Pandu's Hill a large cave exists here as the adobe of Bhim and several smaller rooms and the dwellings of his brothers, as also Kichak's palace. It was at Viratnagar that parleys were conducted to avoid the war, which later came to be known as Mahabharata -one of the most destructive war and yet fought within the best rules of kthe game. King Virat known for his velour and sagacity played as important role in the peace parleys which finally failed and the war brought about a total destruction of a great community. There are some very historical and important sites at Viratnagar, which need to be highlighted not only for the tourists but also for the local population and the casual visitors to Viratnagar.

Tourist Attractions places

A historical Shilalekh with rock inscription exists just about 100 meters from the main road. This is an isolated and excluded place of highest archaeological importance and situated at a beautiful foothill.


It hosts a wonderful site of Buddhist origin. These are remnants of a Buddhist Monastery. For the understanding of Viratnagar’s splendour and historical significance, a brief account of the details of Bijsk- ki - Pahari would be relevant. The hill forms a conspicuous object of the valley. The ancient Buddhist remains found on this hill are taken to be the remains of the two of the eight Buddhist monasteries which were in existence at the time of Hwen Thsang's visit to Viratnagar, as late as 634 A.D., nearly nine hundred years the after the first visit of the Emperor Asoka to the place.


Situated just opposite the Moghul Gate is the Jain Nasiya. It was supposed to have been constructed here and the buildings have been very well renovated and improved by the Jain community. This complex has a beautiful irrigation and water-flow system, which is of great interests to every visitor. A small Garden. and children's playground has also been developed by the Jain Community in this complex, which can serve as an added tourist attraction.


It is in the neighborhood of the Tehsil office and consists of a sanctum preceded passage on the other sides. There id an oblong open court-yard surround by a high wall and a beautifully carved pillared- portico in front of the entrance on the east. Inside the southern wall of courtyard is built a large inscribed slab of 40 lines. One Idraraja, caused images to be made of three Tirthankas i.e. a stone image of Parsvanath, another made of copper of Chandraprabha, and the third of Rishabhadeva and placed them along with an image of Vimalnath, the principle pontiff, built in the year 1587 A.D. in the reign of Akbar.


This is a very historical monument and is supposed to be a small replica of the Taj Mahal. Some beautiful wall-paintings (frescoes) are available in the same and the building is also in good condition.


This park is situated only 200 km from Delhi and 107 kms from Jaipur. The Northern Aravali Hills dominate the skyline with their mixture of sharp cliffs and long narrow valleysThe landscape of Sariska comprises of hills and narrow valleys of the Aravali hill range. The topography of Sariska supports scrub- thorn arid forests, dry deciduous forests, rocks and grasses. The broad range of wildlife here is a wonderful example of ecological adoption and tolerance, for the climate here is variable as well as erratic. It is located in the contemporary Alwar district and is the legacy of the Maharajas of Alwar. Pavilions and temples within Sariska are ruins that hint at past riches and glory. The nearby Kankwadi Fort has a long and turbulent history.


Ganesh Giri Temple and the museum are the most frequently visited sites. At present, basically people from the local areas flock here to visit these sites, which is full of scenic beauty and also of great historical importance. A small museum is located here with about 170 articles of great archaeological importance.


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