Nawalgarh in the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan is renowned worldwide for its heritage havelis. The Morarka Haveli is one of those popular for its stunning frescos, woodworks and stonework. It’s basically a haveli museum and catches the attention of art and architecture lovers from all parts of India. Once here, you’ll surely revel in the matchless haveli architecture and frescos which are hallmark of shekhawati.

More than history, Morarka Haveli is known for its complexity of architecture and beauty of the artworks. Belonging to the Marwari business community, the haveli may lack the grandeur and splendor of a princely building but it surely matches with its stunning and intricate frescos & paintings. Once a proud haveli and now a museum, this crumbling piece of architecture is a pure visual treat to the eyes and it delights the senses no end.  

Every year, a big number of tourists, particularly from European countries, come to visit and marvel at Morarka Haveli Museum. Built in 1900 by Shri Jai Chandji Morarka, the haveli has not be retouched once in its century-long sanding and you get to see the original architecture. The paintings here have used a range of themes and bright colors including of gods, goddesses, murals, birds, animals and floral patterns which make them look stunning in true sense.