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It is located on the NH-11, about from Jaipur. The city of Jhunjhunu was founded in 1405 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput warrior and ruler of the Rathore clan. The name "Jhunjhu" means 'newly acquired' or 'won'. It was named so because it was won from other rulers after a fierce battle between two brothers over their father's kingdom. It is said that when Rao Shekha (the son of Maharaja Bika) came to rule this area he found only one village here called Khetri which had been built by his grandfather Rai Doda for his mother Kheti Devi who belonged to the Ahir caste. He constructed several buildings including palaces and temples during his reign as well as digging tanks for water supply etc., but no trace remains today except those mentioned above plus some old houses at Khajuwala known locally as "Rao ka Haveli".