Triveni Chauraha is 40 kms away from the city of Bhilwara and it is the meeting point of Menali River with Badachh and Banas Rivers.

Along the coast of this chauraha, is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva that mostly remains submerged under water during the rainy season. It is most frequented tourist spot in Bhilwara and On the occasion of Poornima, Amawas, Kartik & Magh month people from distant places come to take a dip in this holy water. During Shivratri, a huge Mela is organized here. People also come to flow the after remains of their dear ones in this holy water.

The airport at the city of Udaipur is the closest major airport and there are a few domestic flights that operate to and from the city. There are regular scheduled flights from various places such as Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Hyderabad and Jodhpur to the airport. The city of Bhilwara can be reached easily from the airport using the various taxis that are available outside. Generally taxis charge around Rs 7 per km for the trip and hiring an air conditioned taxi is always advisable.

Since train connectivity is good, many tourists opt for this mode and hence tickets have to be booked in advance in order to ensure reservation. State government buses are available from most of the nearby cities.