Top Tourist Attractions in Baran
Baran is a city in the Baran district of Rajasthan, India. It is the district seat of the Baran district and is known for the 11th century Bhand Devra Temple on the banks of the Ramgarh crater. It’s 339 kilometres from Jaipur, the state capital, to Kota. Ram-Sita temples, peaceful picnic places, and lively tribal fairs and festivals are all popular in the city. Baran’s history stretches back to the 14th century, when the territory was controlled by Solanki Rajputs. When Rajasthan was reorganised in 1949, Baran became the head-divisional quarter of Kota.
Best Places to Visit in Baran
- Ramgarh Bhand Devra Temple.
- Shahbad Fort.
- Shahi Jama Masjid of Shahabad.
- Shergarh Fort.
- Shergarh Sanctuary.
Best Time to Visit Baran
How to Reach Baran
The city is linked to nearby districts as well as significant cities outside of the state. The district is bisected by National Highway No. 76 (now National Highway No. 27). The East-West Corridor includes National Highway No. 76 (now National Highway No. 27). As of March 2011, the district’s total road length was 2,052 kilometres. There are direct buses from New Delhi, Jaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Indore, and Ujjain.
The Western Central Railways’ Kota-Bina route has Baran station. It is approximately 67 kilometres from Kota Junction.