September 17, 2021

6 Magnificent Places to Visit in Tonk

Tonk

Top Tourist Attractions in Tonk

Tonk is a town in the Rajasthan state of India. The town is located near the right bank of the Banas River, 95 kilometres south of Jaipur. Tonk District’s administrative headquarters are located here. From 1817 until 1947, Tonk was also the capital of the eponymous princely state of British India. Tonk is also known for its leather and felt industries, and the markets are a wonderful place to get a good deal. Tonk’s Nawab was a voracious reader who amassed a huge collection of Arabic and Persian texts. This is also where the Arabic and Persian Research Institute is located.

Best Places to Visit in Tonk

Tonk is 96 kilometres distant from Jaipur. This is a peaceful town that was once governed by Afghan ‘Pathans.’ The Suneri Kothi, or Golden Bungalow, is Tonk’s main attraction. From the exterior, it appears to be a pretty plain monument, yet the interiors are stunningly rich in ornamentation. The British office was housed in a number of remarkable structures. Tonk is also known for its leather and felt industries, and the markets are a wonderful place to get a good deal. Tonk’s Nawab was a voracious reader who amassed a huge collection of Arabic and Persian texts. This is also where the Arabic and Persian Research Institute is located.

  1. ARABIC PERSIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  2. Sunehari Kothi, Tonk
  3. Hathi Bhata, Kakor
  4. BISALDEO TEMPLE & BISALPUR DAM
  5. HADI RANI BAORI, TODARAISINGH
  6. DIGGI KALYAN JI TEMPLE

 Best Time to Tonk

Anytime

 How to Reach Tonk

By Air: 

The nearest airport is Jaipur Sanganer Airport, which is well connected to all of the country’s main cities. To get to this town, take a cab or take the bus from the airport. Tonk is a tiny town with little access to the rest of the nation.

By Rail: 

Banasthali-Newai, about 35 km distant, is the nearest major railway station, from where passenger trains may be boarded to reach Bhanwar Tonk Railway Station.


By Road:

Roads link Tonk to the rest of the world. Regular bus services are provided by Rajasthan Tourism in major tourist destinations and adjacent areas.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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