Sikar is an historical town in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is famous as the art & cultural hub of Rajasthan. It is gradually emerging as an education hub as well. In the foregone times, Sikar stood amid those places in India that were never invaded by any foreign force including the British.
Located in the warm sands, Sikar is elevated at 1400 feet above sea level & cascades across 22 sq. km. As portrayed, the land of Sikar is not barren but is uneven and jagged. The climate of Sikar is semi-arid. The summers of Sikar are scorching as the average temperature doesn't shifts below 38°C and reaches 50°C at times. The winters in Sikar are pleasant as the average mercury level drops down as low as 15°C. As far as the rainfall is concerned, a scanty amount of rainfall is received by Sikar.
Sikar houses many splendors within its boundaries. The architectural marvels include the ancient forts and temples like Radha Mandir, Sikar Fort, Diwan's Haveli, Lal Haveli and Salasar Balaji. The tourists flock to these places in a large number.