India Virtual Reality Tours
360° virtual reality photos will take you to Forts, Palaces and Exotic Places.
Also into simple villages where animals are still being used to draw water from old wells.
How it Works:
Open up one of the VR Photos to start your tour. Use your
mouse click and drag the photo in any direction and the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
You will see some hotspots (red dots) (green dots) the red
ones will take you to that location, green ones open close-up photos.
At the bottom of the VR Photo is a control bar with buttons,
the buttons will give you more control.
It is recommended that you click on the
full screen button, and switch to high quality for the best views.
360° Virtual Reality Tours
Explore Alwar in 360° Virtual Reality where the views almost come alive as you rotate 360°
around viewing in any direction, and even zoom in for closer details.
Here you can travel around this remote destination, featuring many palaces,
forts, temples and wildlife.
Alwar is a nice mix of the old and the new, the green and the dry.
Lying on the fringes of the Aravalli Range in eastern Rajasthan, the place looks as
if it has been carved out of jagged, craggy rocks. The nearby forests and lakes serve
as a home to numerous species of birds as well as animals
This is another monument that attracts the attention of the visitors to Alwar.
Located almost midway between the railway station and the city palace, this is a circular
figure having flight of steps leading to the top from all four sides.
Bara Quila, the fort, is known for its history which tends to come from Mughal rulers.
It is a forbidding structure with 15 large and 51 small towers and 446 opening for musketry,
along with 8 huge towers encompassing it. The fort has several gates, Jai Pole, Suraj Pole,
Laxman Pole. Chand Pole. Kishan Pole and Andheri Gate. Also there are remains of Jal Mahal,
Nikumbh Mahal, Salim Sagar, Suraj Kund and many temples.
Siliserh Lake Palace.
An idyllic picnic spot with enchanting landscape of wooded hills and beautiful chhatris
on the embankment of the 10.5 sq. km placid lake. A magnificent royal palace and the
hunting lodge, built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1845 A. D. for his queen Shila stands
overlooking the lake. Now converted as the Hotel Lake Palace, it offers boating and
sailing facilities and is a delight for the trigger-happy photographers and film makers.
Sariska Tiger Reserve.
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is one of the most famous national parks in India.
Some of the wildlife found in the Sariska Tiger Reserve include the Bengal tiger,
leopard, jungle cat, caracal, striped hyena, golden jackal, chital, sambhar, nilgai,
chinkara, four-horned antelope 'chousingha', wild boar, hare, hanuman langur, and
plenty of bird species and reptiles.
No one appears quite certain about the provenance that remains of this burnt
out fort which broods over the town from a lonely hilltop
It has been called the most haunted place in India and staying in the ruins
after dark is strictly prohibited by the government.
The local folklore has it that the whole town was vacated overnight due to a curse.
According to the story of the curse, if the town was ever rediscovered no traces
of township would ever be found but only the temples would show up.