Mandawa is a city in Jhunjhunu region of Rajasthan in Indian. It is aspect of Shekhawati area. Mandawa is located 190 km off Jaipur in the northern. Mandawa is known for its citadel and havelis. The citadel city of Mandawa is well linked with the other locations in area through an excellent system of streets. The Town of Mandawa was created a thikana in the mid of 1700s by the Bhojraj Ji Kasubsub group of Shekhawat Rajputs. About the resource of this city there have been previously sources to Mandu Jat as creator of the Mandawa city. He first recognized a dhani (hamlet) and dug a well here, which was finished on savan badi 5 samvat 1797. Originally this position was known as ‘Mandu ki dhani’, ‘Mandu ka bas’ or ‘Manduwas’ which modified to ‘Manduwa’, ‘Mandwa’ and lastly ‘Mandawa’.
A distant feudal principality in the centre of the Shekhawati area, Mandawa was a dealing outpost for the historical caravan tracks that ceased here from Chinese suppliers and the Centre Eastern. Thakur Nawal Singh, the Rajput leader of Nawalgarh and Mandawa, designed a citadel in 1755 to secure this outpost. The township that increased around the citadel soon drawn a huge group of investors, who resolved here.
In the northern part it has four towns known as Bazisar, Kamalsar, Kuharu, and Godu ka bas and eastern part three towns known as Tetara(Chandrpura), Syopura, and Hanumanpura (Dular ka bas), southern ends towns titles are Mithwas, Dinwa Ladhkhani and western part are Khalasi, Sadinsar, Tihawali, and Dabari.
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