Have you ever jumped out of a plane? It sounds like a silly question. Well! It is not silly. We are talking about skydiving in India. Free-falling and spinning through the air at the height of 15000 feet above the sea level for close to a minute is an experience of a lifetime, something that you need to do once in a lifetime. Skydiving in Delhi is gaining a lot of popularity and with Tandem Skydiving in Narnaul, Haryana, the people of Delhi get yet another option to explore the sky by jumping from a rickety plain.
JAL MAHAL (Narnaul)
The Jal Mahal, also known as the Jal Mahal of Narnaul or the Water Palace, is a late 16th century palace, fortification, and artificial lake located in Narnaul, Haryana. Built by a Mughal governor of Narnaul, the structure currently serves as a tourist attraction. The Jal Mahal was built in 1596 AD by Shah Quli Khan, a member of the nobility of the Mughal empire and the governor of Narnaul. Khan was a protegee of Bairam Khan, an important official in the Mughal court and one-time regent of the empire.
The historic monument built at a height in the northwestern direction of the city was built by an Afghan ruler named Jamal Khan as his own tombstone. Although it was built as a memorial, but because of being located outside the city, thieves began taking shelter at this place, which resulted in its name being chor dome in the long run.
Dhosi Hill is located on the borders of the Indian states of Haryana and Rajasthan. The Haryana portion lies in Mahendragarh district to the south, 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Narnaul on Singhana Road; the Rajasthan portion lies in Jhunjhunu district to the north. Dhosi Hill is an extinct volcano, standing alone at the north-west end of the Aravalli mountain range, of which it is a part, with height varying from about 345 to 470 meters from the surrounding land and 740 meters from the sea level. It has temple, pond, fort and caves on the top and forest around it. The Aravalli range is a Precambrian Malani igneous suite of rocks that have been dated at 732 Ma BP (million years before present).
Neemrana is an ancient historical town in Alwar district of Rajasthan, India, 84 km (52 mi) from Gurgaon; 122 km (76 mi) from Delhi and 150 km (93 mi) from Jaipur on the Delhi–Jaipur highway in Neemrana tehsil. It is between Behror and Shahajahanpur. Neemrana is an industrial hub. This area is also known as Ahirwal region in India. It is the site of a 16th-century hill-fort occupied by Chauhans till 1947. The erstwhile ruling family is considered to be of the direct lineage of Prithviraj Chauhan. Some distance from Neemrana is another fort, Kesroli in Alwar district, that is one of the oldest heritage sites. Historians trace it to the Matsya Janapada of the Mahabharata times.