Sri Garh Fort was built in 1858 AD by Thakur Hukum Singh Ji, a descendent of the Bikaner royal family. The fort construction began during the British Mutiny Wars in 1857 AD when the ruler of Delhi was the Mughal Emperor, Bhadur Shah Zafar II, son of Akhbar Shah II. The fort is located in the village of Rawatsar Kunjala in Churu district, North-East Rajasthan which is 25 kms from Pilani, 190 kms from Gurgaon and 220 kms from Delhi. It is also the gateway to the great Shekawati region of Rajasthan, where the vast Thar Desert begins. The fort has seven sections of different architectural styles namely Rajput, Hindu Mughal, Shekawati and European Neo Classical.
Location: 190 kms from Gurgaon Airport, 200 kms from Delhi Airport, 220 kms from Jaipur Airport and 36 kms from Jhunjhunu railway station. Charter Airstrip: Jhunjhunu 36 kms, Pilani 24 kms (helipad service available).
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