Are you interested in watching the ancient architecture? Then you need to visit the Shekhawati, at least once in your lifetime. Without any delay book your tickets to this wonderful town, where you can glimpse at the excellent fresco paintings. Shekhawati is a region in the Rajasthan state, it is located on the north part of the Rajasthan and shares its border with the Haryana on the northeast, Ajmer by south, Dhundhar on the southeast side, Marwar region on the southwest. This historical region falls under the districts like Sikar, Churu, Jhunjhunu and Jaipur. The Shekhawati region is established by Rao Shekha. This region is identified as the Rajasthan open art gallery, because of the excellent wall paintings on the havelis. Each historical place in Rajasthan is famous for their own architectural style, on that note, the havelis in the Shekhawati is famous for their fresco painting. This eye-catchy wall painting on the temples and havelis stands pride in reflecting the rare art skills of the ancient architectural style. Majority of the ancient buildings in the Shekhawati region were built between 18th and 20th century with the frescos painting. The frescos painting which decorates the walls of the havelis and temples include the image of gods, goddesses, animals and story of Rama and Krishna. The attractive tourist destinations in Shekhawati include Laxmangarh Fort, Mandawa Fort, Le Prince Haveli, Dundlod Fort and lot more. Other than enjoying the frescos painting you can also enjoy the excellent horseback riding in the Shekhawati region. The famous Mandawa Fort in the Shekhawati region was constructed by Thakur Kunwar Akhayraj Singh. The architectural design in the women’s quarter will make you excited, the theme of the room various for one another. In one room you can witness the antique murals while visiting other it has marble fountains. The drawing room in this fort has been covered with family portraits. Now, this Mandawa Fort has been converted into a heritage site. In Shekhawati, you can enjoy the delicious Rajasthani dishes, remember to taste the traditional Rajasthani dishes while visiting the Shekhawati. Without any delay book your tickets to glimpse at the fresco painting.