Baran District is located in the western state of India in Rajasthan. It is named as Baran after the formation of twelve villages. September and March are the best time to take a trip here. Baran is popularly known for Temples, Rivers, Forts, Fairs and Festivals.
The main attraction of tourists in Baran are forts like Nahargarh Fort; made up of red stone in a Mughal style. Shahabad Fort; situated in an intense forest having Kundakoh Valley in two sides with ponds and solid rocks at other two sides. Shergarh Fort; having a 790Ad stone named Koshvardhan.
Temples are the other key mark for tourists. Manihara Mahadev Mandir; a 600 year old temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Hanuman, Sitabari; Birth place of Lord Rama sons, Luv and Kush, Brahmani Mataji Temple; known for lighting of an oil lamp ‘Akhand-Jyoti’, Shahi Jama Masjid; having huge pillars.
Other historical importances of Baran are Kanya Dah-Bilas Garh and Remains of Garhgachh. Tapasviyo Ka Bagechi; surrounded by mountains and KapilDhara; famous for Gaumukh are well known picnic spots.
One must visit Baran.