MEHANDIPUR BALAJI TEMPLE
Temple of Bajrang Bali (Hanuman) god is famous for treatment of mentally disturbed people by the PRETRAJ.With the tremendous growth in medical sciences in the world, still people from all over India come to this place to overcome such diseases. The number of visitors turn-up, number of residential accommodations and volume of donations receivedby the temple show the importance of this place. It is situated about 40 Kms from district headquarter on NH11 towards Mahwa/Agra.
Abhaneri is famous for its Post-gupta or early medieval monuments. It is situated at about 33 kms from the district headquarter towards Bandikui. The Chand Baori (Step Well) and Harshat Mata Temple are the important places to visit. The temple is an excellent example of intricate carving on stone whereas the Baori has stairs with unparallel artistic and architectural beauty.
Khawaraoji is famous for residence of the then rular Raoji and natural beauty. It is situated at about 25 Kms from the district headquarter towards Sikrai. Though, it has typical way to reach this place, the fort like residence is converted into the Khawaraoji Heritage Hotel. Surrounded by hills at the three sides, and having Amol Ghati nearby with natural beauty, this place has worth to visit by tourists.
Bhandarej is another tourist place in Dausa district located at a distance of 10 km from the main city. The place is famous for its artistic walls, utensils and sculptures. It also houses Hotel Bhadravati Palace and Bhandarej Baori.
Bhandarej Baori is of historical importance as it’s based on ancient architecture. Hotel Bhadravati Palace is constructed based on Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture and hence, is quite popular among the tourists too.
Jhajhirampura is famous for its natural water tank as well as the temples of Rudra (Shiv), Balaji (Hanuman), and other gods and goddesses. It is situated around 45 km away from the district headquarters, towards Baswa (Bandikui). Surrounded by hills and water resources, this place has natural and spiritual glory.
The Roman style Church for Protestant Christians is a popular attraction in Bandukui, located about 35 Km from Dausa.
Harshat Mata Temple
Located 33 kms from Dausa adjacent to the Chand Baori is a temple dedicated to Harshat Mata – the goddess of joy and happiness. As per the legends, the goddess is always cheerful and showers the people with blessings of joy and happiness. Its magnificent architecture and sculptural styles are a delight for the eyes!
The village of Lotwara is located 110 Km from Jaipur. The biggest attraction of this village is the Lotwara Garh(Fort), which was built by Thakur Ganga Singh in the 17 th century, as well as the large population of peacocks in the village. How to reach Lotwara? Located just 11 Km from Abhaneri, the best way to reach the village is by road.