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Dotted with a number of beautiful locations and spots, Dholpur is an ancient town located on the bank of Chambal River in the eastern part of Rajasthan. With a history that dates back to the battle of Mahabharata, Dholpur holds a golden charm that attracts travellers to discover its rich history. Trip to Dholpur allows tourists to uncover this enchanting land brimming with a number of attractions.
Located at a distance of four kilometres from the main city, the Machkund Temple is one of the chief attractions of the region. It is a pilgrim stronghold for all Hindus and commands a prismatic view. Another tourist attraction in the foreground, which is mostly frequented by tourists in the rainy season, is the Damoye Waterfall. Besides these, Talab-e-Shahi, Machkund Temple, Nihal Tower, Sant Nagar, Sher Shikhar Gurudwara and Shergarh Fort are some of the other popular places to visit in and around Dholpur.
Dholpur tour is incomplete without a visit to the Van Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary, which is spread over an expanse of around 59 sq km over the Vindhyan Plateau. This wildlife sanctuary is counted among the oldest sanctuaries in Rajasthan. Blue bulls, sambhars, sloth bears, wild bears, hyenas and leopards mostly inhibit this wildlife sanctuary.
Well-connected to different parts of the nation, Dholpur is visited by hundreds and thousands of tourists every year. Most of the tourists avoid visiting this city during summers as temperature can rise up to 42°C. The time when Dholpur witnesses maximum footfalls of tourists is during winters which last from October to January.
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