Famed for its spectacular wildlife sanctuary Ranthambhore National Park, which is also home to the world’s oldest documented tiger alive, ‘Machali’ Sawai Madhopur has many other temptations in its pocket to discover. Be it historic Ranthambhore fort (A UNESCO HERITAGE SITE), mesmerising views and refreshing greenery of Kachida valley, the intriguing ruins of Rajbagh which are surrounded by thick forest and picturesque landscapes, sacred Trinetra Temple, famous craft center Dastakar or the delicious Guavas are enough to lure the national or international tourists coming to Sawai Madhopur.
Every region of this rich and colorful land of Rajasthan is deep rooted with varied forms of arts, crafts and cultural extravaganzas and Sawai Madhopur offers the same.
Though founded in 19th January by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh in the year 1763, the year 2016 will be marked in the history books of Sawai Madhopur as from its 253rd Foundation day celebration, Sawaimadhopurutsav to become an annual feature making a prominent place on Rajasthan state’s tourism map.
The foundation day celebration will go for two days, i.e on 19th -20th January, 2016. The two day colorful extravaganza will showcase the culture, traditions, sports, heritage, music, paintings, photography and a lot more.
Experience the great outdoors and have a great holiday like never before, in the magical environs of Sawai Madhopur! The destination that pulls the attention of myriad wildlife lovers and photographers every year.
So, ditch all those fancy foreign locations as culturally rich Sawai Madhopur has a lot more to charm the visitors with its rustic essence and quaint surroundings. Meet the locals who are beautiful and kind. It’s time to make a memory of a lifetime.
Enjoy the vibrant Sawai Madhopur Utsav happening from tomorrow!!