All about the Kishangarh dump site and its amazing connection with Bollywood

Kishangarh Dumping Yard in Ajmer: The city of Kishangarh, which is part of the Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan, is located 90 kilometers from the capital Jaipur and 18 miles northwest of Ajmer. Although the Marble Mud Dump is an unconventional place to visit, the sights there are breathtaking. It’s weird that a dump looks nice and precise. Pre-wedding and fashion photo shoots are extremely popular there, and the landscape is similar to that of Ladakh.Also read – Planning the perfect weekend getaway? Add these 6 interesting cities in India to your favorites

This well-known tourist destination is none other than Kishangarh Dumping Yard Ajmer, where you can see mountains of marble grout thrown everywhere. Snow mines are the native nickname of this region. You will only find a white mound that looks like a white snowy place as far as the eye can see. Also Read – Jagannath Yatra 2022: Date, Day, Significance and Why It is Celebrated Every Year – Explained | Watch the video

Kishangarh dump and Bollywood connection

Let us mention that a song from the movie Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor’s Baaghi-3 features icy plains scenes that were also filmed in Kishangarh. Many songs from the album, including one from Kapil Sharma’s filmKis Kisko Pyaar Karoon‘, were filmed in Kishangarh, Rajasthan. Near the Kishangarh landfill in Ajmer, some sequences of the songs Chor Denge with Nora Fatehi and Saiyaan Ji by Honey Singh, with Nushratt Bharuchha, were filmed. Also Read – Mumbai Travel Diaries: Places To Visit Near Mumbai Within 100km To Take A Break From The Bustle

BTS from Kapil Sharma’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon movie in Kishangarh, Ajmer

Saiyaan Ji's Honey Singh and Nushrratt Bharuchha

Honey Singh and Nushrratt Bharuchha in a photo from their music track ‘Saiyaan Ji’ shot in Kishangarh, Ajmer

Nora Fatehi with Chor Denge

Screenshot of Nora Fatehi’s song Chor Denge shot in Kishangarh

Kishangarh Garbage Dump: Man-Made Beauty!

It all started when RICCO and the Kishangarh Marble Association struggled to find a place to dispose of the marble remains and thought of storing them in a specific piece of land. Later, garbage collection became too much and took the form of a hill; the white porridge gave it the appearance of white snow.

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Best time to visit: Winter

Kishangarh Dumping Yard has a festive atmosphere in the air throughout the year, however, the ideal time to visit the moon country of Rajasthan is during winters. The courtyard also offers breathtaking views during the monsoon season with tiny blue puddles, despite the ground getting a bit soggy. Given the size of the space, there will almost certainly be plenty of groups of families, friends, and young children playing or taking pictures.

Point: The Kishangarh Dumping Yard is not a day trip worth taking from Jaipur, and certainly not from Delhi, but if you are driving through the area, it is recommended to take a detour and see this exceptionally spectacular tourist site.

Have you ever visited the snowy mines of Rajasthan? Let us know!

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