Bisalpur

1.Bisalpur Dam

Here we are share some information about Bisalpur dam which is largest dam in Rajasthan. Bisalpur Dam is a gravity dam on the Banas River in Tonk, Rajasthan, India. The dam was completed in 1999 with the end goal of water system and water supply.
Bisalpur Dam Project is being supplied to different places today and the farmers are being benefited through the canals. Mainly Jaipur, Dausa, Tonk and Sawai Madhopur districts are taking advantage of this Dam Water. There are crowds of people coming to visit all over the Rajasthan and country.

The Bisalpur dam was constructed during the 1990s by the Rajasthan government. Amid the development, the general population dislodged by the dam challenged the express government’s recovery and resettlement arrangement, calling it uncalled for.

How To Reach
From East:- Lucknow-> Etawah-> Agra-> Tonk-> Bisalpur Dam
From West:-Barmer-> Jodhpur-> Beawar-> Deoli-> Bisalpur Dam
From North:-Chandigarh-> Ambala-> Kotputli-> Jaipur-> Tonk-> Deoli-> Bisalpur Dam
From South:- Nagpur-> Nagpur-> Bhopal-> Kota-> Deoli-> Bisalpur Dam

Importance
Bisalpur Dam is a gravity dam on the Banas River near DOONI in Tonk district, Rajasthan, India. The dam was completed in 1999 for the purpose of irrigation and water supply.

Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit in rainy season

2.Bisal Dev Mandir

Bisaldev Temple is one of the famous temples of Rajasthan which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the temples represents the idol of Lord Shiva and the temple is having a strong religious as well as social significance. The temple is visited by thousands number of devotees during the occasion of Maha Shiva Ratri and as it is named as Bisaldev it means a deity with a huge So, it could be imagined that the ambience found in this temple is serene as it is located on the Bisalpur Dam on the Banas River. The temple is defined as a ‘Monument of National Importance’ by the ‘Archeological survey of India’it was commissioned by the 12th century Chahamana ruler Vigraharaja IV, who is also known as Bisal Deo. The importance of the city of Bisalpur is increased due to this temple and actually this temple is known as Gokarnesvara, also known as Bisal Deoji’s temple, constructed by Vigraharaja IV or Visala, who was a devotee of Gokarna.
The city was named as Bisalpur or Vigrahapura and it was established by the Chahamana ruler Vigraharaja IV in the 12th century A.D. The city is still having the looks of an older city named Vanapura, which was ruled by the Takshakas (Nagas) of Todarai Singh.
The existence of the temple is proved by many short inscriptions that were made about the time and number of pilgrims visited this temple for the past eras. The earliest of these is dated A.D. 1154-65 and the inscription is important for mentioning the Chahamana chief Prithviraja III.
The construction of the temple is made in ancient Hindu style architecture and the construction was made in a pancharatha sanctum, which mean five chariots in floors and is having a, square mandapa which is a central arena and portico which is called as sikhara.
The sanctum is having a Shiva linga as it is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is made in a semi-circular dome, is supported on eight tall pillars carved on the lower section with floral designs with hanging chain-and-bell and circular decorations are made all over.

Importance
It is located beside the Bisalpur Dam on the Banas River, in the Tonk district of Rajasthan state. The temple is dedicated to Gokarneshvara, an aspect of Shiva. A Monument of National Importance, it was commissioned by the 12th century Chahamana ruler Vigraharaja IV, who is also known as Bisal Deo.

How To Reach
From East:- Lucknow-> Etawah-> Agra-> Tonk-> Bisal Dev Mandir
From West:-Barmer-> Jodhpur-> Beawar-> Deoli-> Bisal Dev Mandir
From North:-Chandigarh-> Ambala-> Kotputli-> Jaipur-> Tonk-> Deoli-> Bisal Dev Mandir
From South:- Nagpur-> Nagpur-> Bhopal-> Kota-> Deoli-> Bisal Dev Mandir

Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit in rainy season