The Pachewar village was once ruled by the Khangarot Rajputs, a sub clan of Kachhawas (rulers of erstwhile Jaipur). Thakur Anoop Singh Ji Khangarot, the then Qileidar of Khandar captured the Fort of Ranthambore from the Marathas and annexed it into Jaipur. In lieu of his exemplary courage and loyalty to Maharaja Sawai Madhosingh Ji -1 of Jaipur, he was rewarded with the fief of Pachewar in 1758 A.D. This was passed on to his son Thakur Gulab Singh Ji Khangarot, who in turn handed it over to his son Thakur Kesri Singh Ji Khangarot, who in turn handed it over to his son Thakur Man Singh Ji Khangarot. The Fort was later handled by Thakur Nahar Singh Ji Khangarot, who finally entrusted his daughter Mrs Madhulika Singh ji (current owner) with the responsibility of taking the legacy ahead.
50 kms away
Toda Rai Singh
This small town is 50 kms away from Pachewar where one can see ancient Step Wells and Temples with beautiful carvings. It can be visited by Jeeps or Cars.
50 kms away
Sambher Salt Lake
It is approx 50 kms away and is the biggest Salt Lake in Asia where one can enjoy the view of Salts and Sigratory Birds during the winter season.
90 kms away
It is 90 kms away, taking about two hours for a one way trip. (Day return trip)
115 kms away
It is 115 kms away taking about two and half hours for a one way trip. (Day return trip)
120 kms away
It is 120 kms away taking about two hours for a one way trip. (Day return trip)
147 kms away
It is 147 kms away taking about three hours for a one way trip. (Day return trip)
5-10 kms away
Nearby Small Villages
Half day excursion to nearby small villages on camel/bullock carts can also be arranged.