Mukandgarh is a city and a municipality in Jhunjhunu district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is part of Shekhawati region. It lies a few km from Nawalgarh. History Its original name was ‘Shahabsar’. Mukundgarh founded by Thakur Mukund Singh Saheb with the help of Seth Sevek Ram Ghuwalewala. The Kanodias also played an important role for it. It was the Thikana of Bhojrajji Ka Shekhawats. Demographics As of 2011 India census, Mukundgarh had a population of 17,792. Males constitute 51% (9,119) of the population and females 49% (8,673) With total no. of Households 2564. Mukundgarh Fort Mukungarh has a 300-year-old magnificent fort, which is now converted into a resort hotel, with all modern amenities.
There are havelis of Kanoria, Ganeriwal and Saraf, which are a fine example of fresco paintings.
Mukundgarh Fort is a heritage property, a grand construction and has amazing detailing of the famous Shekhawati frescoes on the walls. The hotel offers beautifully furnished rooms with a view of the fort’s courtyard or the green vegetation beyond.
The Ganeriwal Haveli Mukundgarh In Rajasthan India is stunning right from the intricately carved façade to courtyard walls; visitors will notice vibrant frescos and murals. Narrative murals depicting scenes from local legends, the life of Lord Krishna, etc. are to be frequently seen at the Ganeriwal Haveli Mukundgarh.
It has a few mosque and many temples. The iron scissors, textiles and brassware made here are of extremely good quality. Also worth a visit are Shiv Temple, Gopinath temple and Venugopal temple.