Not many people are aware of the fact that Todgarh was founded by a British officer and Oriental scholar, known as Lieutenant Colonel James Tod. This majestic town in the Aravalli mountain range of the Indian state, Rajasthan, has some interesting places and serene environs for its visitors. People vacationing in this region can also come across some fascinating stories of its Rajput rulers.
Todgarh has a sub-tropical climate, which is characterized by moderate winters and hot summers. Although monsoon arrives in this region during the first week of July, the rains are uncertain and vary across different locations. A long, dry period prevails in Todgarh from the month of October till June. In the hot season, daytime temperatures can go beyond the level of 45-Degree Celsius, causing unpleasant conditions for travel and tourism. The only place that provides some relief to the tourists is the eastern slope, where temperatures can fall as low as 5-Degree Celsius.
Most popular among all the attractions of this town is the Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary. Tourists can book their accommodation in any of the popular Todgarh resorts for a comfortable stay during their vacation, and to have the required convenience in visiting famous places in and around the town.