Beawar is a city in Rajasthan, India. Beawar was the financial capital of Merwara state of Rajputana. As of 2011, the population of Beawar is 342,935. It is located 184 kilometres (114 mi) southwest of the state capital Jaipur, amidst Aravali hills. The city used to be a major center of trade, especially in raw cotton, and used to have cotton presses and the Krishna cotton mills. Currently, major industries include mineral-based units, machine-based units, machine tools and accessories, pre-stressed concrete pipes, plastic products, textiles, wooden furniture and asbestos cement pipes. Beawar is the largest producer of cement in northern India and home to Shree Cement. It lies in mineral-rich region having reserves of feldspar, quartz, asbestos, soapstone, magnesite, calcite, limestone, mica, emerald, granite, and masonry stone. Reserves of barytes, fluorite, wollastonite and vermiculite have also been found. Nearest airports are Jodhpur (145 km) and Jaipur (190 km). It is also connected by RSRTC operated buses to all parts of Rajasthan, and neighboring Delhi NCR, Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh). It also had railway connectivity with Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmadabad, Bangalore (bi-weekly), Haridwar, Dehradun (weekly), Bareilly and Kolkatta.
Desert Circle Beawar
Inner Beawar city: The inner city of Beawar is the old historical city, also called "Walled City", is the main market area. It has shops for all sorts of categories, from premium Raymond shop to local grocery store.
Outer Beawar city The outer area of Beawar is a developing area. Residential expansion is taking place on Ajmer road, Sendra Road and Delwara road. New shopping complexes and hotels are also being built. The outer city is home to all transport hubs such as central bus station, railway station, and private tour operators. City also has church, degree colleges, shopping complex and cinema halls (Jaimandir and City center - a newly built multiplex).
Hotels in Beawar Most of the hotels are centered on the bus stand and railway station, but as traveling patterns change, new hotels are coming up on the roads leading into town.