Khimsar is a quaint village that is located in the Indian state of Rajasthan. This village is known for housing the intricately carved temples that were erected during the reign of the Rajputs. The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb annexed the region of Khimsar into his empire and constructed the well-known grandeur called Khimsar Ka Qila. This amazing fort is visited by countless tourists amid the year.
Beckoned by the Aravali hills, the village of Khimsar is elevated at a height of 2000 feet above the sea level. It constitutes of jagged terrains as a major portion of its land. The climate of this region is semi-arid in nature. Khimsar faces sweltering summers with an average temperature of 43°C. During the winter season, the median mercury levels scale between 15°C-22°C.
The village of Khimsar is dotted with several attractions. The places like Khimsar Fort, hills of Aravali, Unmaid Bhawan Palace, Mahendragarh Fort, Mandore Gardens, and some ancient Hindu as well as Jain temples.