About Alwar

History:

The city of Alwar is said to have been founded by Mahara Jaisin in Amel. The city was named Alwar, changed over time, and eventually settled as Alwar. Later, the city was initially governed by Mahara Jakakir. After Aurangzeb's death, internal disagreements brought the petite chief into power. Maharaja Slajurumal in Bharatpur conquered Fort Alwar. However, his son Javahar Singh lost the territory acquired by his father after being defeated by the ruler of Jaipur in the Battle of Maon Damandri. In 1775, Pratap Singh of the Naruka family acquired Fort Alwar and established the state of Alwar.

Famous for?

Alwar is best known for its two milk cakes and forts, also known as "Alwar Kamawa".

Area:

The total area of the district is 8380 km².

Subdistricts:

Alwar has a total of 18 subdistricts.

Villages: 

There are a total of 197 villages in the Alwar district.

Cities:

There are a total of 5 cities in the Alwar district.


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