The Golden Bungalow and the Suneri Kothi is the focal point of Tonk and is located 96 km away from Jaipur. It has attractively rich ornamental interiors which is a fairly ordinary looking monument from outside. The beautiful city in the Rajasthan’s state of India is Tonk. Agriculture and animal husbandry is the main occupation of the people in this region. From Asian nation, this is often a quiet city that was dominated by ‘Pathans’. It is one will acquire a decent cut price from the marketplace and is additionally noted for its felt business and animal skin.
The Tonk’s nawab engineered a large library of Arabic plus Persian document and was an infatuated book lover. It is said to have connections with civilization and culture of Bairath and has a very old history. The old massive enclosed town which lying just south of the big Banas River on the gentle grades of a minor hill range was once the monopoly of the Pathan tribesmen of Afghanistan who came to India which is originated in 1643 AD. Tourists can visit the ancient temples of Govind Deoji, Kalyanji, Raghoraiji and Gopinathji and this city has gigantic destinations such Isar Baori, Hadi Rani Ki Baori and Mahal of Raja Rai Singh.
Accommodated the British office, there are also some interesting building. The huge portion of the state was under control of Maurya ruler Harshwardhan and it was merged in the states of Malvas during the throne of Maurayas. It is under mouryas then it was merged in to Malvas in the regime of Mauryas. Jodhpuriya, Ram Krishan Mandir, the Nagarfort temple, Badri Nath temple, Doonija Mandir, Jain temples and Jal Devi Mandir these are other most prominent temples in the city. It is a little district in Rajasthan which is located in the arid and dry zones of Rajasthan.
Rasiya Ke Tekri
As a governor of this place Shri Ambaji Maharaj who’s appointed by raja holkar which is renovated Rasia Ki Tehri in 1859. One Kayasth lovely always sing love songs and used to sit here as per local history. This monument is called by the name of ‘RASIYA KE TEKRI’ on an account of this romance.
This is famous for its beautiful Dam and historical Lord Gokarneswar temple. Here, Ravan has made ‘tapaya’ as per local mythology. Another important attraction in the region is the Bisalpur Dam which is constructed across the river of Banas. The temple is supported on eight tall pillars carved on the lower section with circular medallions, floral festoons and chain-and- bell which is surrounded by a hemispherical dome. Owing to its temple of Gokarnesvara is the importance of Bisalpur and also known as temple of Bisal Deoji which is constructed by Visala or Vigraharaja IV who was a devotee of Gokarna.
One can find a monument of Elephant is Hathi Bhata which is about 22 km away from the Tonk City. An elephant structure crafted out of a single rock is Hathi Bhata which is a stunning piece of craftsmanship. From all over this place carved out from a single stone this is a stone elephant which attracts tourists. One of the biggest producers of sandstone is Sawai Madhopur Tonk which is bounded by Jaipur. During the regime of Sawai Ram Singh it was made by Ram Nath Slat in 1200 AD.
Historical Ghanta Ghar
In 1936, as per the history of local public, people suffered from the Haiza disease then Tonk’s 5th Nawab distributed medicines personally house to house and constructed this monument with the amount. This was constructed in 1937 by the Nawab of Tonk is Mohammed Sadat Ali Khan. A famous historical attraction of Tonk is Ghanta Ghar. Presented money to him and public appreciated this.
One of the most beautiful and biggest mosques in India is Jama Masjid which is constructed in ancient Mughal architectural style. Firstly, starting construction of this monument is in 1246 by Tonk’s 1st Nawab Amir Khan and was completed the construction by first son Nawab Wzirudhoula from 1297 AD to 1298 AD. From a long distance this monument’s 4 minars can be seen. Along with gold decorations, also its interiors are exquisitely decorated with inlay work; floral patterns and colored glass enhance the beauty of the mosque.
At the confluence of these three rivers are Dai, Banas and Khari which attracts the tourists where this palace is located on the banks of the Banas River. Praised the beauty of this place many national and international tourists visit this place. This village is known by Kanakpura in olden days. Attracted by the beauty of the place is tourist from all over abroad and Indian. One of the highlights of tourism is Rajamahal in Tonk. At Kakor, constructed on a big mountain, one can see the Raj Mahal.
This is situated about 30 km from Tonk in Bhagat Singh Colony of Newai Town which is located 70 km far from Jaipur on the National Highway. It has a musical fountains and swimming pool. Also there is a swimming pool for children which sprawl over a vast area exceeding five acres. A pretty tourist destination is the garden which bears resemblance to the Hiran Magari Park and Mysore Gardens.
By Road: Jaipur is well connects by road to Delhi via Dharuhera and Shahpura and Mumbai via Manor, Bharuch, Ajmer, Talasari, Baroda, Pardi, Udaipur and Ahmedabad.
By Train: Well linked Jaipur station to Delhi by Ajmer Shatabdi and to Mumbai by the Bombay Central- Jaipur and Aravali expresses Delhi- Jaipur Express and to Kolkata by the Express of Howrah- Jaipur.
By Air: Sanganer Airport is just south of the city is Jaipur.