Rajasthan is one of the most renowned states of India for its culture, tradition, ethnic dressing style and not to forget its pristine forts and monuments that till stand flawless in their beauty and design. With increased interest of western populace in Indias tradition and lifestyle, Rajasthan has experienced more footfalls in its tourism sector. Its forts are visited by several visitors each year. Many tourists do their research work and study these monuments and every year unravels some interesting facts and figures. Whatever it is, The State continues to hold its prominence, charm and beauty that allures travellers across the globe.
If you are planning to take a joyous ride to royal Rajasthan then there are many touring packages and offer that you can opt for and can plan your excursion to one of the most interesting place of India.
Tourism in Rajasthan offer innumerable places to explore and sightsee with opportunity to visit different cities as in Jaipur, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Mandwa. One of the unique features which can be seen in Rajasthan is its forts and palaces. In fact the pride of this place depends on them as they represent world class architecture and heritage that reminds of the rich history of the place and remains the major attractions. Further amid the high hilltop view there is an endless sprawling desert and vast region that makes this place more charismatic and enticing.
Some of its prominent forts and palaces are chittorgarh fort, hawa mahal, amber fort, mehrangarh and sonar kila. To start city wise trip you can read low down here to fine some of its most famous locations that must deserve a visit are:-
Ranthambore National Park
It is one of the most renowned national parks in North India. It is located in Sawai Madhopur District. The park is famous for its numerous tigers and is one of the renowned tiger reserve project. One can find different breeds of tigers. Tigers can be easily spotted during the day time as they are busy in their chores of hunting or feeding the young ones. In fact Ranthambore National Park is a treat for every wildlife lover and would be an adventurous trip. The time invested in exploring the wildlife, sprawling greenery, chirping of birds and other animals is simply matchless and worth exploring.
It is a princely city of Rajputs and was founded by Rao Bika. The city is famous for its sweets and snacks but besides this it is known for its forts, palaces, culture, traditions, arts, festivals and fairs. The place is famous for its many attractions as in Junagarh fort, Lalgarh palace, Maru Nayak Ji, Temple, , Kolayat, Bhandasar Jain Temple Karni Mata temple, Laxmi Nath Gangashahar, Camel festival. Some of its other attractions are Thar dessert, Rantan Bihari Temple, Soor Sagar, Devi Kund Sagar and lot more.
If you are planning to visit Rajasthan then, Bikaner is a must to visit place and a complete feast to eyes. Many visitors love its arts and paintings as they are some of the most pristine creations that exist.
Jaisalmer, the Golden City is situated at the westernmost frontier of the country and is close to Pakistan. It is one of the prominent cities of the state and is known for its proximity to Thar Desert. Tourists across the globe visit the place to enjoy camel safari in the sand dunes of Jaisalmer that dole out an unforgettable experience. Some of its major attractions are Jaisalmer fort that is a living fort and traditional dances performed by the local dancers. The place is famous for its local singers who are blessed with extra ordinary voice quality and composes most melodious tunes never heard before. Further the place stays lively with its shops, hotels, old havelis inside the fort area where royal families lived for generations.
It is a town in the jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan and is the region of Shekhawatis. The place is ideally referred to as open art gallery as entire Shekhawati region has dotten walls and fascinating paintings. The town has many havelis and forts some of its known ones are Murmuria Haveli, Goenka Double Haveli Jhunjhunwala Haveli, Mohan Lal Saraf haveli, Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, and Gulab Rai Hadia Haveli. Its Mandawa fort is one of its finest creations that dominates the town and is decked up with Lord Krishna idol with his cows. The castle of Mandawa is made with beautiful frescos. Mandawa is beautiful and all its places are just worth exploring places.
It is a town in Ajmer district and is one of the oldest cities of India. The city is located on the Shore of Pushkar Lake. It is one of the five sacred dhams of Hindu devotees. It is a hub of temples. Its oldest temple is Brahma temple. Its must to visit places are Varaha Temple, Savitri Temple, Sawai Bhoj Temple, Baba the Cosmic Barbar, Man Mahal, Temple of Rang ji, Apteshwar Mahadev Temple and many more. Further Pushkar mela is another attractive aspect of this place. Some of its interesting fairs that deserve to be explored are nagaur fair, taja ji fair and blue lotus festivals. All in all Pushkar is a most visited destination round the year and one may fine many Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities here as they come to pay respect to Ajmer Dargah that is nearby.
The city of lakes is famous for its lakes, culture, history and scenic locations. The place is known as Venice of East. Majorly the city is known for its Rajput era palaces. Some of its important attractions are Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Jag Mandir, Fateh Sagar Lake, Saheliyon ki Bari, Jagdish Temple,Gulab Bagh and Zoo. Few more destinations that are must visiting are bagore ki haveki, Ahar Museum, Shilpgram and Udaipur solar observatory. So if you are planning to visit Rajasthan above few places are the ones that you can consider. Visiting these places is like exploring entire state in one trip.
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