Kotputli is a big city and a municipality in Jaipur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is made up of the main town named Kot and the nearby Putli village, which is now considered a part of the main city. Kotputli is a very old and historical place. It was a part of the Matsya ( now Alwar ) kingdom having capital at nearby village bairat during the period of Mahabharta.
Kotputli was a part of Torawati which is named after Tanwar Rajpoots having their origin at Patan, now a small town in Sikar district. During the British period, Kotputli was a nizamat under the princely state of Khetri.
Raja Sardar Singh of Khetri constructed many buildings in Kotputli including the present Sardar school and Sardar Zanana Hospital. Its location is also very good. It is 70 km away from Alwar, 105 km away from Jaipur and 128 km from Gurgaon. Nearby places to visit includes bhangarh, Siliserh, Sariska, SARUN MATA, etc. It is a fast-developing city. It also has the largest cement factory of Asia in terms of production.