Neemrana is a historical town, in Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. Neemrana Fort is the main magnetism of the town. It was built in 1464 AD by the Chauhans. It is the home of historical grandeur where the aroma of the past rolls back time, situated at 122 kilometers from Delhi within the Delhi-Jaipur highway in Behror tehsil, between Behror & Shahajahanpur, one of the oldest heritage sites is Kesroli in Alwar district. During Mahabharata time some of the traces have been taken. When the local Chieftain, Nimola Meo, lost to the Chauhan, he pleaded that his name is given to the location in memory of the lost kingdom. This is how the town got its name. Everyone mesmerizes everyone with its extraordinary beauty. Every rugged stone here is keen to narrate the bravery of the Chauhan rulers who defeated a chieftain named Nimola Meo.
Tourist can visit Neemrana all throughout the year but due to its extreme climate, it is favorable during monsoon and winter. Winters are cool but pleasant for a visit and prevails from October to march.
In Pali the summers are basically hot and the temperature rises upto 46-47 degrees centigrade during the month of May-June. A large variation in temperature can be found in this region due to adjoining green and hilly areas. Winters are moderately cool during December-January lowering the mercury to 4-5 degrees centigrade occasionally. The average rainfall of 300mm can be seen in the months of July-October.