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Churu City Guide

Located at the entrance of the Thar Desert, the little yet significant town of Churu is referred to as the 'Gateway to the Thar'. Here, you actually see the mystical beauty of nature with shifting sand dunes of the Thar Desert and be amazed at every glance. Churu is known for its many buildings, primarily grand havelis which are simply adorned with traditional décor and exquisite architecture of the previous era. These magnificent havelis are not only building but the narrators of glorious history of the town which narrates its splendor in the marvelous fresco paintings, murals and artifacts hung on its walls. Apart from the havelis, this city also features a number of Chhatris that are significant part of Rajasthan, its heritage and culture.

Tourist Attractions
Mantri Haveli

One of the stunningly beautiful havelis in the Rajasthan, Mantri Haveli features an excellent architectural work with charmingly done décor and golden work.

Salasar Balaji

Dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman, Salasar Balaji is a prime religious site which is visited by a huge of devotees during two large fairs, i.e., Chaitra (April) and Ashwin Purnimas.

Ratangarh Fort

A prime attraction of the region, this ancient fort was built by the Raja of Bikaner- Ratan Singh in the year 1820. This historic monument truly opens the old chapters of history.

Black Buck Sanctuary Tal Chhapar

An excellent destination to spot the endangered black-buck and many other wild animals like, Chinkara, fox, jungle cat and migratory birds etc.

Best Time to Visit

Churu enjoys a extreme weather conditions with hot summers and cool winters. However, the best time to visit this town is the mid season i.e. from September to March.

How to Reach

Churu is well connected with other major cities of Rajasthan and across the country via all modes of transportations.

By Air: Jaipur airport (189 km) is the nearest airport to the city of Churu which connects it to other major cities of India.
By Rail: Churu has its own railway station which connects the city other places like Jaipur, Bikaner and Delhi etc. via several trains.
By Road: With a well maintained roadways structure, the city can be reached by taking state transport buses or hiring personal vehicles like taxi, car etc.

Shopping in Churu

Similar to any other city of Rajasthan, Churu also offers an excellent shopping experience for travelers. Here, you can buy a choice of regional handicrafts, tie & dye fabrics, furniture, antique-looking souvenirs, hand-woven handloom, leather articles and the exquisite as well as stunningly beautiful sandalwood carvings in charming shapes.


Pilani, Sardar Shahar and Dudhwa Khara are few of the popular excursion destinations around the historic city of Churu.