Chechat is a 700-year-old town situated near the Takali river, India. Chechat represents a conglomerate of more than 36 villages surrounding it and these villages are integrated by the economy of Chechat town. According to records, Chechat was destroyed 3 times from 1300 to 1900. According to a census in 2011, Chechat has a population of 11,690 and a literacy rate of 68%. Males constitute 53% and females 47% of total population.
There are many stone mines located near Chechat. Stone extracted in these mines is known as 'Kota Stone' and is famous for its quality.
Chechat is located at 24.77°N 75.88°E. It has an average elevation of 333 metres (1092 feet). Climate is very hot in summer with temperatures reaching 47 °C while in winters it can as low as 7 °C. Chechat receives a good amount of rainfall and soil is therefore good for crop cultivation.
Chechat is well connected to Ramganj mandi by State Highway 9. It is also connected to Rawatbhata by road. The nearest railway station is morak at a distance of 10 km. It is 70 km away from Kota. Few direct buses are available for kota from chechat.
Chechat has many temples to visit. Swami ji mandir is famous for all its festivals but most important is pat utsav and pongal utsav which runs up to 1 month in which people came from very distant cities to enjoy it.
Gopal mandir is also one of the famous temples of chechat. This temple is 400 years old.
Monastery(Math) is one of the oldest and famous temple of lord shiva. And there are so many small temple like Govardhan temple, kala temple, Patti khera Hanumanji and so on. There's also a Seven "SATI" Chabutara Near Ramanbihari math That Has a Rich Historical Aspects.
At the point of food chechat is very rich, means you can enjoy different types of foods varieties. You can enjoy most popular dishes like kachori and samosa of narayan ustaj and famous namkin of Roopchand Halwayi.shree ganesh temple situated in near the khedali road bada khaliyan.and meena ki hatai is the main central area of chechat towm . meena ki hatai is make by patel shree dhola ji meena in 1816.
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