—  village  —
Country India
State Rajasthan
District(s) Jaipur
Nearest city Jaipur
Assembly constituency Vidyadhar Nagar
Civic agency Municipal Corporation of Jaipur
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)
Fort was used at times of war.It was last used after world war Ist, when Plague spread in India to isolate Royal family
Monitors Mayo College Ajmer.jpg

This is the name of a village given in succession, as Jagir, to Rao "Shivbramh" or "Sheobramh", the fourth son of Raja Udaikaran of Amber (1366–1388). The descendants of Rao Sheobramh are known as Sheobramhpota. It is situated about 10 Kilometers in direct line towards west of Amber and two KM away from NH 11 (Bikaner to Agra via Jaipur) in Jaipur district of Rajasthan India.The village was included in Jaipur Municipal Corporation prior to 1995.The village has a panoramic layout between Arawali hills. A Fort and Palace are also visible from National highway No. 11.

The English film The far pavilions and Hindi film Gulal were also shot inside and outside Nindar Palace and Fort.

See also

1:Sheobramhpota 2:Kachwaha References Genealogy of Nindar chiefdom and Shivbramhpotas

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