Churu is situated in the desert region in the Rajasthan state. The city is renowned as the gateway to Thar Desert in Rajasthan. Churu India city also lies on National Highway 65 that connects Ambala to Pali and the city also is a major junction in Bikaner railway line. The city was founded in the year 1620 AD by Nirban clan of Rajputs and is named after Choru Jat name in the region. Several rulers ruled the city and post independence it was annexed with Rajasthan state. The tourists can enjoy the city as it comes with several best places to see and they can also feel the climate of the desert.
Churu city is also the administrative headquarters of Churu district and is situated at the centre of Thar desert and comes with several sand dunes of the desert. Apart from the Thar desert, the city is also famous for exquisite temples as well as havelis. The city also has a fort situated in the heart of the city. Fresco paintings found on the walls of these havelis bears testimony to the culture as well as history of the city. Havelis, Chhatris, temples, fort constructed by various rulers forms part of the Churu sightseeings. The tourists can go on Churu city tour so that they do not miss out on any of the city’s attractions.
The important tourists spots of the city are Salasar Balaji Temple, Babosa Mandir, Sethani Ka Johara, Gayatri Mandir, Tal Chhapar Sanctuary, Kanhaiyalal Bagle Haveli, Ghanta Ghar, Churu Fort, Pithano Jodo, Kaliji Ka Mandir, Shyam Hanuman Mandir, Shiv Mandir, Vishwakarma Mandir, Madam Mohan Mandir, Laxminrayanji Temple, Ram Temple, Aath Kambh Chhatri and Godia Chhatri, etc. All these sightseeing places are worth the visit and the tourists can have a glimpse of the rich cultural heritage of the city. Visit Churu to experience the desert and also enjoy the frescos and beautiful temples today.