Sirohi is an alluring town in the land of golden sands Rajasthan. In the bygone times, it served as the capital of the princely state with the same name. It was ruled by the Rajputs and derived its name from the beautiful Siranwa Hills on which it stands.
Hoisted at a height of 1,053 feet above sea level, Sirohi sprawls across an area of 5,179 sq. km. It comprises of the hilly and uneven surface of the land in a majority, as it is the gateway to the Aravali Ranges in Rajasthan. The climate of Sirohi is arid and experiences warm summers with an average temperature of 35°C. The pleasant winters have an average temperature of 20°C.
As described above about Sirohi’s location, it is a home to numerous temples where one can flock to invoke the inner peace. Some of the temples in Sirohi are ancient and were constructed in the Mahabharat Era. This lures the foreign tourists on a wider scale.