Momasar is located off (20 km) the Jaipur-Bikaner national highway and off (11 km) the Delhi-Bikaner state highway.
It is well connected especially through the national capital, New Delhi and the State Capital, Jaipur.
Land in New Delhi and drive down to Momasar
Road Route: Delhi - Rohtak - Bhiwani - Sardarshahar - Momasar
Driving distance: 350 km
Land in Bikaner and drive down to Momasar
Bikaner has direct daily flights from Jaipur and Delhi
Road Route: Bikaner - Sri Dungargarh - Momasar
Driving distance: 110 km
Land in Jaipur and drive down to Momasar
Jaipur has direct daily flights from all major cities of India
Road Route: Jaipur - Sikar - Fatehpur - Ratangarh - Rajaldesar – Momasar
Driving distance: 250 km
Places to See Around
In Momasar, there is a 250-year old temple of folk deity, Ramdevji spread over an area of 200 acres. The village has a 250-year old step-well with a unique regional architecture for water conservation at Taal Maidan. This is also the venue for the main concert at Momasar Utsav.
In Momasar, people can witness many crafts like blacksmith work, gold and silver jewellery, carpentry, pottery, traditional rope and hut weaving and paintings.
A religious place popular for a 500 year old Bhaironji ka Mandir. It is at a distance of 20 km from Momasar.
A historical town famous for its havelis (mansions) with frescoes, The town is home to many temples, including the famous ‘Chintaharan Hanuman’ mandir spread over an area of 100 acres. A local family runs a 300-year old museum which houses items of original sandalwood.
Food products – mangodi & papad and the sweet dish ‘feeni’ – are worth relishing here. Wooden artifacts made here are exported all over the world.
Sardarshahar is at a distance of 36 km from Momasar.
Bikaner, a historical city at a distance of 110 km from Momasar, is well known for its palaces and havelis. Places worth visiting include palaces like Junagarh Palace, Lal Garh Palace and also the havelis, the old walled city and the temples.
Bikaner is famous for its milk-based mithai (sweets) and also the spicy ‘Bikaneri bhujia’. Two crafts – wood carving and painting on leather – are also very popular here.