Car hire in Mandawa

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India Car Tours provide affordable, Budget and luxury car rental services in Mandawa. We are one of the most popular car hire services in Mandawa with a fleet of magnificent cars that can suit all purposes and pockets. We specialize in car rental services and also conduct associated services like car leasing, hotel booking & Tour Packages. We have an experienced manpower and a fleet of well maintained cars to go about our travel activities. Mandawa Car Rental provides highly experienced and professional chauffeurs who are mostly multilingual in order to assist the cosmopolitan range of clients that we have.

Our range of cars includes the likes of TATA Indica, TATA Indigo, MAHINDRA Verito, SWIFT Dezire, TOYOTA Etios, Chevrolet Tavera, Mahindra Xylo, Toyota Innova, TEMPO TRAVELLER - 1+9 Seater and TATA, Leyland, SML, VOLVO Coahes and many more. We maintain a highly customer centric approach and hence our travel services are available at the most competitive rates. The idea of top quality services at economic rates makes us very popular with our clients. Our popularity can largely be accorded to the fact that we are guided by a team of young entrepreneurs who have had quality experience in this business. These extremely hardworking and inspiring entrepreneurs have placed the foundation for a successful travel solution.
Rajasthan Car Tours - Mandawa Car Rental invites you to have a taste of the Sun City on our wheels.

Mandawa History
The City of Mandawa was made a Thikana in the mid of 18th century by the Bhojraj Ji clan of Shekhawat Rajputs. About the origin of this town there have been earlier references to Madhu Jat as founder of the Mandawa village. He first established a dhani (hamlet) and dug a well here, which was completed on savan badi 5 samvat 1797 (1740 AD) (source – Shekhawati Bodh, Mandawa special issue, July 2005). Initially this place was known as ‘Mandu ki dhani’, ‘Mandu ka bas’ or ‘Manduwas’ which changed to ‘Manduwa’, ‘Mandwa’ and finally ‘Mandawa’.

A remote feudal principality in the centre of the Shekhawati region, Mandawa was a trading outpost for the ancient caravan routes that stopped here from China and the Middle East. Thakur Nawal Singh the Rajput ruler of Nawalgarh and Mandawa, built a fort in 1755 to protect this outpost. The township that grew around the fort soon attracted a large community of traders, who settled here.