Founded by Thakur Nawal Singhji in 1737, Nawalgarh stands on an erstwhile grazing ground for horses but is among the most modern towns in Shekhawati. Conveniently located at the center of the Bikaner-Delhi-Jaipur traingle, Roop Vilas Palace formally known as Rawal Sahab Ki Kothi was built by Thakur Roop Singh Ji and Rawal Madan singh ji and was once the favoured retreat of the royal family. This historical edifice has now been intricately restored and converted into a classical retreat where colonial influences evoke understated elegance of the captivating old world charm. Roop Vilas Palace boasts handcrafted frescoes, well-kept antiques, ornately hand painted vistas and facades. Roop Vilas Palace in Nawalgarh is opportunely distanced from Delhi (260 km), jaipur (145 km) and Bikaner (225 km).