On your trip to India, you must visit the western state of Rajasthan for taking a glimpse of the most beautiful monuments, palaces, deserts and mountain ranges.
When you plan the trip to India, you should plan a Rajasthan tour for taking a look at the gallantry state with royal heritage. The state has a huge desert area and lakes, plus its vivid culture allures visitors from across the globe. There are many cities having individual specialities to be visited in Rajasthan.
Spread across 342,239 square kilometres, Rajasthan is matchless in the realm of heritage, culture, wildlife and deserts. There are many mesmerising places to be visited on your Rajasthan tour. Some of the most recommended places to be visited in Rajasthan are as follows:
Jaipur: The capital city of Rajasthan is famous for its City palace. Fondly called as the pink city of India, there are many avenues in the city painted in pink. The city sports a remarkable fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture. The famous palaces of Jaipur are Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh fort, Amber Fort and more places to enchant local and foreign tourists.
Udaipur: Udaipur is located at the bank of lake Pichola and boasts of series of palaces built in the 15th century. The beauty of this city of lakes is so alluring that it is crowned as the favourite marriage destination. It has witnessed many celebrity marriages including that of business families, film stars, politicians and royals. Fondly called as the 'Venice of India', Udaipur is famous for the lake palace, Jag Mandir, Monsoon palace, Doodh Talai, Fateh Sagar lake etc.
Jaisalmer: On your Rajasthan tour, you must visit Jaisalmer. Christened as 'the Golden city' this place is famous for finely sculpted Jain temples. It is called golden city as the architectural places are build with yellow sand stone. It is the largest district of Rajasthan with a rich heritage of Manyar musicians and dancers. Camel safaris of Jaisalmer are the most popular tourist attraction. In addition, shawls, carpets, jewellery and artefacts are best for shopping.
Thus, the Rajasthan tour can fill you up with an astonishing experience. With many travel agents offering an affordable package, the journey would be exceptional for the mind and light on the pocket. So, get ready for witnessing a panorama of historic time and mind blowing places in the state of Rajasthan.
Rajasthan or the land of magnificent forts, the Aravali Range, and the great Thar Desert is never short of surprises. In fact, every season shows a different picture of Rajasthan. While it’s hot and humid in summers, winters are chilly yet pleasant.
After the hot Indian summer, comes the great Indian monsoon. Monsoon comes as a great relief from the three months of blistering heat extending from the month of April to June.