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Founded in the early 1600’s by Kishan Singh (brother of the Maharaja of Jodhpur) the town became famous as one of the finest schools of miniatures paintings. Kishangarh art peaked under the patronage of Raja Sawant Singh who was a painter and poet, but the school lasted only a few decades. Today, Kishangarh is actually two cities. The old town tucked behind the Kishangarh fort is a charming settlement that has retained its ties to the past and appears at peace with itself. Modern Kishangarh though is bustling and crowded and is now an industrial town for marble and cotton.

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