Bhilwara Travel Guide

The district has an area of 10,455 km², and a population of 2,009,516 (2001 census), which increased 26.14% from 1991 to 2001. Famous for its textile Industries. It is bounded on the north by Ajmer District, on the east by Bundi District. State Highway (Jaipur-Udaipur) passes through the district, as does a broad gauge railway line measuring 84 km and connecting Ajmer with Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh. The nearest airport is at Udaipur (171 km). There are 7 sub-divisions in the district: Bhilwara, Shahpura, Gangapur, Gulabpura, ASIND, Mandalgarh and Jahazpur. Similarly there are 1783 villages as per census of 2001.

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A known name amongst vegetarian and non-vegetarian food lovers is Rasoi ka zayka. This is one place which serves Rajasthani Food, Mumbai Style Food, Gujrati Food & Best Punjabi Food. Located at a convenient location in Bhilwara, we serve best vegetarian & non vegetarian Recipes. With a state of the art ambience & service, they follow strict measures to maintain quality standard. You can order Food Online or through phone for Free Home Delivery or visit the restaurant to enjoy the delicacies. They also offer customized orders for the customers which are catered by very few Delhi restaurants of repute.

Shopping a simply a wonderful experience in Bhilwara as you get to explore and buy exotic stuff from the markets present here. From Bhilwara, you can buy some traditional jewelry (studded with precious and semi-precious stones), exquisite brass work, genuine antiques, marble carvings and most prominently, the textiles, Marble carvings , Brass work, Jaipur textiles for which Bhilwara is known worldwide. There are a number of retailer wholesalers' shops of such stuff. You must also but home some of the famous sweetmeats Makahn Beda and Gazhak with you back home.

Bhilwara nightlife is one of the craziest and diverting nightlife in everywhere throughout the world. bhilwara for its dance club, bars, discos and musical shows.night life.bhilwara has numerous appealing nightlife spots that pulls millions of tourists from everywhere throughout the globe. Encases different sorts of revelry.

Don't forget to lock your hotel room before going outside for the purpose of sightseeing or shopping. Never take a lift from a person you don't know. Women and those who are roaming around after dark should specially follow this advice.Whenever you go out of your hotel room, do not carry excess cash with you. Also, keep your jewelry and other expensive items locked in your hotel room, along with your passport and return tickets.Always prefer to take taxis and auto rickshaws from prepaid booths or kiosks. In the other case, negotiate on the fare beforehand only.Do not consume drinks or eatables offered any an unknown person.Go for shopping only in reputed or respectable shops.It is advisable not to wear too revealing or scanty clothing.

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