Kajalwas Temple

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Kajalwas Temple (also referred to as Kajalwas Dhuni)[1] is a temple where yogis of 'Nath' sect have done tapasya. It is situated in the lap of Aravalli Ranges, four kilometers east of Siriyari, Rajasthan, India. It comes under Todgarh-Raoli Sanctuary|Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary which is rich in bio-diversity.[2]

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  1. Singh, Partap; Purohit, Chandan Singh; Singh, Mohan (April 2020). "First Sighting of IUCN red listed Three Bird species of Family : Accipitridae at Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India". International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology. 7: 366–370. eISSN 2395-602X.
  2. Khanaa, Vibha; Sharma, Anita. "TADGARH-RAOLI: DESTINATION WITH IMMENSE POTENTIAL FOR ECO-TOURISM" (PDF). South Asian Journal of Tourism and Heritage. 3: 152–157.

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