The Town of Baran is situated in the region of Hadoti in the state of Rajasthan. Established on 10th April 1948, Baran is home to many ruined temples and fortress in abandonment.
|Delhi 506 Kms.||Agra 387 Kms.||Ajmer 293 Kms.|
|Alwar 347 Kms.||Bharatpur 371 Kms.||Jaipur 322 Kms.|
|Jaisalmer 737 Kms.||Jodhpur 459 Kms.||Mt. Abu 459 Kms|
|Ranthambhore 148 Kms.|
The Brahmani Mataji Temple is situated in the village of Sorsan at a distance of 20 km from Baran. The 'Akhand Jyoti' at the temple is flowing here from the past 400 years. The temple honors Brahmani Mata and has a large natural rock statue of the deity in the cave. Every year on Shiv Ratri a fair is organized at the temple complex.
The Herbal Plants Nursery is a famous attraction of the town of Baran, where natural products are produced using computerized mechanism and hi-fi technology. The nursery attracts a lot of foreign attention, especially during October to June. Many natural herbs and spices are produced at the nursery including Brahmi, Shtawari, Jamun, Guggel, Shankhpushpi, Gurnar as well as fruits like Citrus, Banana, Lemon, Chickoo, Pineapple and Mango.
Situated at a distance of 85 Km. from the district of Baran, Kakoni is surrounded by the Mukundra mountain ranges. The region is home to 'Vaishnav', 'Shiv' and 'Jain' temples dedicated which are believed to be constructed in and around the 8th century.
The Manihara Mahadevji Mandir comprises two ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman. With a history dating back to 600 years ago, the Manihara Mahadevji Mandir holds great historic and religious importance. On the eve of Shivaratri, every year a fair is organized at the temple complex, which is attended by numerous devotees from all over the state.
The Shergarh Fort is named after the Sher Shah Suri, who reigned over the Delhi during the 16th century. The fort was originally built as a defense system against the Mewar. The fort complex comprises a palace building, temple, a tomb as well as some structures in ruins.
The rewgion of Sitabari is believed to be the place where Mata Sita lived after Lord Ram left her. It is also the place where Luv and Kush were born and Ramayana was written by Balmikiji. When Lord Ram came to rescue his Ashwamegh horse and wanted to take back Site, it was here that ‘Sita mata’ asked for Shelter and Mother Earth took her inside for ultimately solitude. Sitabari is also home to one of the ancient temple dedicated to Balmiki. There are many several Kunds inSitabari including Balmiki Kund, Laxman Kund, Sita Kund, Surya Kund, and Lav-Kush Kund.
The Tapasviyo ki Bagechi is a famous tourist & picnic spot near Shahabad. The main attraction at the place is the life-like statues of Nadiya and Shivling. Surrounded by beautiful mountains, the region is blessed with pristine natural beauty that appeals visitors from various parts of the state.