Laxmangarh Fort(Sikar), Rajasthan

Laxmangarh Fort is a ruined old fort on a hill in the town Laxmangarh of Sikar district of Indian state Rajasthan. Situated 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Sikar, it was built by Rao Raja of Sikar, Laxman Singh in 1862, who also founded a village in his own name as Laxmangarh in 1864.[1]

The most imposing building in this Laxmangarh town is its small fortress (owned by the Jhunjhunwala Family) which looms over the well laid out township on its west side. Laxman Singh, the Raja of Sikar, built the fort in the early 19th century after Kan Singh Saledhi besieged the prosperous town. The fort of Laxmangarh is a unique piece of fort architecture in the whole world because the structure is built upon scattered pieces of huge rocks.


In Summer : March to June 25 °C - 45 °C

In Monsoon : July to September 22 °C - 37 °C

In Winters : October to February 05 °C - 22 °C


By Air :There are no regular flights from other major cities of the country to Laxmangarh. Nearest airport is Kheria Airport.

By Road :You can easily get regular buses to Laxmangarh from other major cities of the country.(bus stand - Laxmangarh , Laxmangarh)

By Rail :Laxmangarh does not have an train station. Nearest option is Mandawar Mahwa Road.