Kishangarh, a town established by the ancient royals of Rajasthan was once a huge handloom center. Today, it is called the ‘Marble City of India’. It lies about 30 Kms north-west of the tourist town of Ajmer, and a mere 90 Kms from the capital city of Jaipur. Being the major marble source for India’s marble market, Kishangarh is frequented on a daily basis for various business purposes.
Means of Transport: The town is extremely well connected by air, road and rail routes. It happens to touch some of North India’s most significant national highways such as No. 8 and No. 79, through which it connects to major states such as Punjab, Delhi, Gujarat, Agra and others. Already bestowed with a dedicated railway station, the Kishangarh Airport has is also expected to begin operations shortly. Lying just 90 Kms away from the Jaipur Airport (which is connected to the entire world through its international terminal) there is no part of the world from where Kishangarh is inaccessible.