Ajabgarh is a picturesque garrison fort between Bhangarh and Pratapgarh, with a scenic nearby reservoir. The fort here was built by Ajab Singh Rajawat, the grandson of Madho Singh. Ajabgarh is a Village in Thanagazi Mandal, Alwar District of Rajasthan. The fort is preserved yet in relatively good condition, and offers panoramic views of the eponymous walled town and the well preserved, but less visited temple of Shri Raghunath ji and several old Chhatris.
Somsagar Lake (Only if staying at Amanbagh) Take a guided tour of the Somsagar Lake, on foot. The excursion can culminate in peaceful meditation with breakfast next to the lake.
(Only if staying at Amanbagh) The ‘Cow Dust’ Camel ride is a great way to experience rural Rajasthan.
(Only if staying at Amanbagh) Take a Camel ride into Ajabgarh Village, the place of mysteries!
(Only if staying at Amanbagh) Just 12kms from Amanbagh and 20 minutes by jeep lies an intriguing medieval ruined city called Bhangarh. A deserted ‘ghost’ town it was abandoned soon after being built and according to local village legend is cursed by a magician. Bhangarh Fort is a site of great archaeological importance with its secluded ‘chhatri’ (domed and elevated pavilion) that proudly stands atop a hill, gardens, havelis, banyan trees and temples of Lord Someshwar, Gopinath, Mangla Devi and Keshava Rai. A perfect spot for photography, meditation and yoga, visit in the mornings or late afternoons.
(Only if staying at Amanbagh) Neelkanth Trek brings you to Narayani Mata Temple along with Neelkanth temple and takes approximately 1 ½ hours.