The north Indian state of Rajasthan is home to the Aravalli Range, the oldest mountain range of India. The state comprises a total of 33 districts. Sprawled over an area of 342,239 km², Rajasthan is the largest state of India as per the surface area. This princely state is home to many forts, palaces, and antiques, things that are the cause of boost in Rajasthan tourism. Moreover, Rajasthan is also home to many nomadic tribes that are a major part of its total population. Some of the major cities of Rajasthan are Jaipur (capital), Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Jaisalmer, Ajmer, Bikaner, Kota, etc. The tourist places in Rajasthan offer something or the other for travelers of all kinds. The Thar desert occupies a major part of the state. The state received a tourist footfall of approximately 475.27 lakh in 2017.
The famous Jatoli temple is located in a village Jatoli, Solan, Himachal Pradesh. The distance from Solan to Jatoli temple is around 7.3 kilometers and this distance can be covered in around 20 minutes.
The popular Solan district is strategically located in such a way that it urns up every time you take a trip to Shimla. Solan is a place that received millions of tourists every single year .
Satiating the inner soul of the adventure enthusiasts, sitting as the highest peak in Solan, Karol Tibba is a heaven on earth for those who are seeking to escape the bustling and blaring sounds of the city.