North Indian City Guide - Rajasthan - Pratapgarh

In 2008, Rajasthan decided to expand its charm by annexing a town. Now it's even more enchanting! – Pratapgarh is a beautiful city renowned for its ecotourism because of its location between the Aravali Hills and the Malwa Plateau. Located in the South-Eastern part of Rajasthan, this city adjoins with Udaipur, Bhilwara, and Madhya Pradesh. What makes Pratapgarh more beautiful is that, it is surrounded by many tribal villages that still preserve the city’s culture and traditions.

Pratapgarh - City Guide

If you're a travel enthusiast, chances are fall head over heels for all things nature-related. The Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary is a place where one can manifest strong fondness that they have toward nature. Covering an area of approximately 422.95 square kilometers, this sanctuary is a dreamland that exists real in Rajasthan. Beautified with rivers like Sitamata, Budho, Tankiya, Jakham and Karmoi, This is a wonderful spot to witness a wider variety of wildlife and rare species of birds. Don't forget your cameras! The wildlife moments are waiting to be captured. Did you know that Valmiki Ashram used to be in this forest? Archaeologists have found rock carvings of prehistoric animals here, which adds to the thrill of the journey!

Gautameshwar Mahadev Temple is an ideal spot in Pratapgarh where one can experience both nature and spiritual solace. Dedicated of Hindu deity Lord Shiva, this temple is surrounded by lush greenery and a waterfall that flows from the top of the temple. You know what's amazing? The temple looks heavenly with cloudy fog when it rains! Taking a dip in the delightful pond known as the "Mandakini kund" is believed to cleanse off all the sins of the people. This temple is unique because it worships fragmented Shiva lingams, even when they are completely broken.

Highlighting the richness of Pratapgarh, Deepnath Mahadev temple stands as a testimony of holiness. Located behind the pond in the mountain stream on the south of Pratapgarh, this temple is the best place to experience spiritual retreat. Plan visiting this temple on Mahashivratri, to enjoy a three-day fair. You will also see many temples and Dev-Kulikas in surroundings that is fully covered with trees cluster.

The ancient temple of Bhanvarmata is situated amidst the mountain ranges, about 50 kilometers away from Pratapgarh is one of the ancient temples in this district that Worships Shuldharini Durga –a demon slayer and is famous for the occasion of hariyali amavasya, a fair is organized here every year.

Pratapgarh has a special place in people's hearts due to its Thewa art - Thewa is a special art of jewellery making which involves fusing of intricately worked-out sheet gold on molten glass and other exquisite handmade items with glass inlay, Jeeravan, and Hing (Asafoetida – an oleo-gum-resin obtained from the stems of Ferula plants) moreover Paratpgarh is a unique spot where shopaholics go to find things they didn't even know they needed!

Climatic Condition in Pratapgarh

Summer Season in Pratapgarh begins during March and lasts till June with temperatures rising to 29 °C - 34°C.Monsoon season in Pratapgarh starts from Mid-June – September characterized by an average rainfall of 856 mm. winter season in Pratapgarh starts in December and lasts until February with temperature ranging between 24°C - 9°C.

Best time to visit Pratapgarh

November to February is the best time to visit Pratapgarh as the weather remains perfect for outdoor activities.

Attractions in Pratapgarh

Jakham Dam, Dhariyawad Fort, Hori hanuman Ji temple, Divak Mata temple, Jarna Mata Waterfalls


1. What is the nearest airport to Pratapgarh?

Allahabad (IXD) Airport is the nearest airport to Pratapgarh

2. Why visit Pratapgarh?

You should visit Why visit Pratapgarh to witness the renowned religious sites and stunning natural beauty.

3. What is very famous in Pratapgarh?

Rajsamand is very famous for thewa art, glass-inlay handmade unique Jewelry.

4. Is Pratapgarh too hot?

No, even during summer the weather in Pratapgarh is very pleasant.

5. Is there any entry fee for Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary?

Yes, the entry fees for Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary all foreigner it is INR 80. And for Indians adult Rs. 20 for adults and Rs 10 for Kids.

Things to do in Rajasthan


Birds Sanctuary