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Here are the top 10 tourist attractions to see in Narnaul:

1. Dhosi Hill


Must Visit

Dhosi Hill

3.3

10 kms
from city center

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1 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Situated 8 km off Narnaul city centre, Dhosi hill is famously known for being the origin of the famous Ayurvedic concoction, Chyavanprash made by Chavan Rishi.

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2. Jal Mahal


Must Visit

Jal Mahal

3.3

2 kms
from city center

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2 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Built by one of the chief officers of Akbar, Shah Quili Khan, in the year 1591, Jal Mahal is a palace surrounded by water on all sides and is famous for its Persian and Indian style of architecture.

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3. Tomb of Ibrahim Khan Sur

Tomb of Ibrahim Khan Sur

3.0

1 kms
from city center

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3 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Situated close to the tomb of Pir Turkman is the tomb of Ibrahim Khan Sur. It was built by Sher Shah Suri in the memory of his grandfather, who was a ruler of Bengal. The tomb was designed and built by the Sher Shah''s personal architect, Sheikh Ahmad Niyazi, in Pathan style.

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4. Khalde Wale Hanumanji

Khalde Wale Hanumanji

3.0

5 kms
from city center

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4 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, this Hanuman Temple was built during the Mughal era in Raghunath Pura. Special pujas and aartis are organized here every Tuesday attracting devotees in large number.

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5. Chamunda Devi Mandir

Chamunda Devi Mandir

3.0

1 kms
from city center

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5 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Built by Raja Naun Karan who was a great devotee of the goddess, Chamunda Devi Mandir lies in the heart of the city. The temple was decaying state and lost for several years during the Mughal rule, and was rediscovered by the people who lived here.

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6. Chor Gumbad

Chor Gumbad

3.0

2 kms
from city center

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6 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Chor Gumbad built by the Afghan ruler Jamal Khan, is a large square shaped structure, with each corner consisting of a minaret and signposts marking the beginning of Narnaul. The place later on also served as a hide out for thieves, and hence the name.

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7. Modawala Mandir

Modawala Mandir

3.0

2 kms
from city center

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7 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, Modawala Mandir is located on the Narnaul-Rewari road close to the new bus stand.

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8. Tomb of Shah Wilayat

Tomb of Shah Wilayat

3.0

1 kms
from city center

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8 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Situated close to Ibrahim Khan's mausoleum, the Tomb of Shah Wilayat is more of a large complex bearing witness to the architecture of Tughluq era and the British.

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9. Tomb of Pir Turkman

Tomb of Pir Turkman

3.0

1 kms
from city center

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9 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Dedicated to the saint Hazarat Turkman, who lived in the area during the 12th century A.D., the original tomb is covered by a large dome, giving it a mosque-like appearance. The British later built a verandah along the opening giving it a grand look.

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10. Tripolia Gateway

Tripolia Gateway

3.0

2 kms
from city center

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10 out of 10
Places To Visit in Narnaul

Tripoli Gateway consists of three gateways, and hence the name. The edifice was built using red and grey sandstone in the shape of an octagon in 1589 A.D. by Shah Quili Khan.

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