Mukundgarh is an 18th century town that was founded by Raja Mukund Singh and is presently located in the Jhunjhunu District of Rajasthan. Various havelis located here are known for their divan khanas and fresco paintings. Among various things showcased by the divan khanas of these havelis, wall hangings, family portraits and wooden furniture, which date back to 17th and 18th centuries, are most prominent. The painted family chhatris are great sights to watch.
Several temples dedicated to Lord Krishna which include Venu Gopal Mandir and Gopi Nath temple are also present here. The other major tourist attractions in the town are Fort William Haveli, Ghuwale Wolon Ki Haveli, Ganga Bux Saraf Haveli and Raj Kumar Ganeriwala Kala Kendra.