Originally built as a vantage point nearly 300 years ago, Shahpura Haveli was later converted into a magnificent fortress. The palace has now been converted into a heritage home which boasts of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. It is frequented by celebrities, politicians and other popular artists.
Shahpura Haveli is a 300-year-old structure located in Shahpura. It was known as the residential complex of the Shekhawats, a clan that was discovered in the 14th century. Shahpura was founded by Raja Shekha and was initially known as Manoharpur, a chief seat of the Shekhawat clan of the Rajputs. In the early 1700s, Shekhawati King, Maharaja Lachchman Singh granted the area of Shahpur to his son and his successor, Kunwar Prithviraj Singh. With time, and to maintain the historical importance of the haveli, in the early 1800s, it was transformed into a Heritage Hotel. Ever since its establishment as a resort, the structure has undergone several transformations and additions that make it one of the sought-after luxury hotels in India.
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