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Average Climate:
Summer: 27° C – 43° C
Winter   : 11° C – 25° C
Best time to visit:
October to March

About Bijaipur

Bijaipur is located 40 km south of Chittorgarh and it is a place with historical relevance, picturesque sites and also serves as the base for many excursion destinations. Bijaipur village stretching out from the foot of the Vindhyanchal hills is a small place which got its popularity due to its Castle. Surrounded by forests of Jacaranda the village has a typical rural set up with agricultural lands, buffalo carts, small huts and countrymen can be seen various groups. Bijaipur was ruled by many renowned dynasties of ancient India. Its strategic location made it an important base during the war between the Rajputs and the Mughals. The picturesque small village has a charming atmosphere and is a great place for tourists to experience the rural India. 

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Bijaipur Castle s

s Bijaipur Castle, located in the Vindhyanchal hills at 600m above sea level is a fantastically set 16th-century palace apparently plucked from the whimsy of Udaipur and dropped into this rural retreat. The historical 16th century castle has opened its doors for visitors of Bijaipur as a great heritage hotel in 1991. The ruling family members still reside in the castle and share their traditional experience with guests. It’s a great place to settle down with a good book, compose a fairy-tale fantasy or just laze around. The interiors of the castle are capturing and decorated with antiques and traditional artifacts. This castle is an ultimate place where history, nature and hospitality blend perfectly.

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Castle Bijaipur


Castle Bijaipur is the ultimate place where history, nature and hospitality form unison. A 350 year old Castle set amidst the Vindhyanchal hills at 600 meters above sea level, the Castle is situated in fortified walls and was converted to a hotel in 1991 by the ruling family. Castle Bijaipur was built in early 16th century AD by...