The Mandawa Haveli Jaipur was built in the year 1896 by Thakur Bhagwat Singhji, the 15th ruler of Mandawa. This Haveli is situated in the Shekhawati region of Jaipur and was ruled by the clan of Kachhawa Rajputs. The Haveli, built-in Jaipur style of architecture has numerous pillars and arches and is richly carved. It is adorned with the interesting and beautiful paintings of Lord Krishna and his cowsheds.
The beautiful Mandawa Haveli possess different theme for its different wings. The spacious rooms are adorned with intricate wall paintings and mirror work.
It has an open terrace, proving a panoramic view of the entire Shekhawati. The ‘darwar’, now an exotic lounge is adorned with rich paintings and preserved antiques.
All the valuable belongings of the royal family are still preserved in the showcase of a museum especially the ceremonial costumes and the precious arms with the handle of jade, brought by the British as a gift.
The royal ambiances of those years still linger the room.
The Mandawa Haveli is 15 km away from the Jaipur airport, 1.5 km away from the Shekhawati railway station and just only a km away from the Shekhawati bus stand.
Tourists can easily reach Haveli without much problem.