Rajsamand district was formed on 10th April, 1991, and was named after the famous lake "Rajsamand" built by Maharana Raj Singh. Rajsamand is a very rich district regarding history, religion, and civilization and mining industries. Some of the renowned places of tourist interest are Kumbhalgarh - the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, Haldighati the famous battlefield, Shrinathji the chief deity of Vaishnav religion, Dwarikadheesh, Charbhuja and a lot of Shiv temples. The distance from Ajmer to Rajsamand is approximately 204 kilometres. If travelled by road, the distance can be covered in 3 hours and 10 minutes. The most feasible route to take is via National Highway (NH) 8. Other routes by road could be via NH 79 and NH 758 which cover a distance of roughly 220km. It is also seen that the shortest route between Ajmer and Rajsamand is via NH 8. Another means to get to Rajsamand would be through bus services. There are a few bus services which operate from Ajmer to Rajsamand. If one prefers a train journey, there are trains from Ajmer to Udaipur and then a cab can be taken from Udaipur to Rajsamand. If you hire a cab from Udaipur, you have a choice of these vehicles to choose from: Air Conditioned as well as non-Air Conditioned.
Distance between Ajmer and Rajasamand is and the average travel time is using a cab.
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Raajasmand district is located in the state of Rajasthan and was carved out of Udaipur district in 1991. It has been named after the lake built by Maharana Raj Singh. Rajasmand is near the railway station of Kankroli. Direct trains are also available to Rajasmand from Marwar and Mavli junctions. The nearest airport is at Udaipur which is 67 kms away from Rajasmand. Direct buses are also available from many nearby cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Indore, Ahmedabad and New Delhi. However, due to the large number of people taking buses, they tend to be crowded and also take many stops that you may not need. Therefore, the best way to get to Rajasmand by road is to hire a cab from a reliable cab company like Savaari Cabs. Because of its location you can directly get there from your point of departure by using the National Highway 8 if you hire a cab. .
Rajasmand is the largest marble producing district in the country and it is famous for this reason. While in Rajasmund, you must visit Kumbhalgarh. It is a citadel built by Rana Kumbha and is protected by the Aravali Ranges. The wall is 36kms long and is second only to the Great Wall of China. The Shiva temples in it are a must visit. Maharana Pratap and Akbar fought at Haldi Ghati which you could also see in your trip to Rajasmund. Near Haldi Ghati, you can visit the Chetak Tomb built in memory of the brave horse. Of course, without seeing the Rajasmund Lake your visit there would be almost pointless. To experience the culture and history that this place carries with it, it is advised that you hire a cab and see all the places. This will also save many hours and will allow you to cover more places than you could have without a cab.