Approval from Ministry of Tourism by Government of india
Travel with Indian Travel Agent
Travel agent from india
Online travel agent india
Online travel agency from india
India tour by travel agent in india
Best Travel agent in india
Travel agent for india
Tourist traveling with Indian travel agent
online travel agents in india
Travel with Indian Travel Agent

Contact us for tour program
Tour Style:
Requirements & Travel Plan: 
Your Contact Information
Security code:  
•  Your Privacy is important to us. Your personal information will only be used to provide you with your requested service.

• By filling this form, you are just sending a rough idea about your travel and have no obligation to purchase anything from us. Our team will get back to you very shortly to attend your query.

Churu Tourism and Travel Guide

About Churu

Churu, the desert city, is a place of historic importance. The town is said to have been found by a Jat named Chuhru inChuru C1620 AD. Churu, like an oasis, situated in the middle of the shifting golden sand dunes, opens the gate to the great desert of Thar. Geographically, it lies in 28º 18' N latitude and 74º 58' E longitude. Administratively, it is the headquarter of the district.

The city has a magnificent fort which is believed to have been built by Thakur Khushal Singh in the year 1739 AD. The proud fort stands in the middle of the town where it is said that the brave Thakur Sheoji Singh tried to defend its honour by firing silver canon balls at the attacking army of the Raja of Bikaner.

The famous wealthy merchants of the town, having business connections all over India, added to its splendour by building beautiful majestic havelis, made of lime and brick and decorated them by the best of the frescoes on the facade as well as inside of the rooms. The best of the masons and 'Chitera' or painters were employed to decorate these buildings. Initially, the Chiteras practised dry and wet methods using mineral and vegetable colours. Later on, around in 1860's they made brighter and colorful paintings with the help of chemical colours. Some merchants, the Mantries, Suranas & Kotharis got few rooms painted in gold with extensive mirror work. The prosperity of Churu reached its zenith in 18th century when the atmosphere of peace and security prevailed and the caravans passed through. Consequently, the business of wool, silk, opium and spices flourished. The merchants moved away to the British India and onwards to Calcutta and other business centers in central India. They made a lot of money using their unique business acumen and decided to raise the palatial houses for their families in Churu.

Churu gives the enchantment of its past glory and treasure to the visitors while one Churuwalks through the meandering streets, lined either sides by the largest havelis in the area. There are beautiful temples, chhatries(cenotaphs), the fort, the Johra (water tank) and wells which are all decorated with bright multicoloured wall paintings in various subjects. The city also has a museum named 'Nagarshree'.

The magnificent Havelis, duly decorated by picturesque wall paintings not only add to the beauty of the town but also tell the tales of the famous merchants.

How to Reach?

By Air: The nearest Airport is in Jaipur

By Rail: Churu is connected by regular express trains with Delhi and Jaipur and other important tourist centres of the Shekhawati region

By Road : Churu is well connected by roads with Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and other important tourist centres in the Shekhawati.


Mansa devi temple
is located in Badi Lambore (Lambore Dham) village at a distance of 8 kilometers from Sadulpur (Rajgarh) on south. Sadulpur-Malsisar-Jhunjhunu road. Mansa Devi is one of the forms of Durga Mata that inspires the devotees to not only perform rituals and puja but also dedicate yourself towards accomplishing holy deals.

In the earlier days, the idol of Mata was placed in 'Devi ki Vani'. Mata left that place due to the evils and came near the berry tree. She came in the dreams of Seth Surajmalji,Churu the head of Hamirwasiya family and inspired him to build a temple at the place. He came to this place and gave responsibility of constructing the temple to his elder son Shri Onkarmalji and returned to Calcutta. The construction of the temple and an attached verandah completed within an year and the idol of Mataji was placed on April 19, 1975

The Temple
Today the temple is expanded in a vast complex with 41 rooms, yagnashala, Shri Lamboria Mahadevji temple, Shri Lamboria Balaji temple and a Singhdwar. The temple is equipped with all the necessary items that include generators, pots, quilts, rugs and many others. The temple organizes various religious ceremonies throughout the year. The devotees of Mata are constantly spreading Her divinity among the others.