Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Rajasthan is known for its rich history, forts, palaces, art and heritage. Bestowed with natural beauty, affluent heritage of valour that resounds in the architecture of Rajasthan, exotic culture, Palace on Wheels that symbolises contemporary royal living and regal splendour of kingdoms of the bygone era, wildlife and mouthwatering cuisines makes it a must visit tourist destination.
Rajasthan's music is idiosyncratic and this peculiarity reflects in folk dances as well. The rich and heroic history of Rajasthan and the innocence of people also reflects in their music and dance which makes it mesmerising for the tourists. Hospitality comes naturally to the people of Rajasthan as they believe in Atithi Devo Bhava that means Guest is God.
Below are the popular tourist attractions of Rajasthan:-
Ajmer- Pushkar and Shrine of Saint Khwaja Chishti
Barmer- Explore the culture of Rajasthan
Bikaner- Old palaces, temples and havelis
Bundi- Forts and palaces symbolising the regal splendour and bravery of Kings of old times
Jaipur- Known for its temples and palaces
Jaisalmer- Known for libraries, Jain temples of old times and fortress.
Jodhpur- Known for its architecture
Mount Abu- Famous Hill station encompassing natural beauty and Jain temples of old times.
Nathdwara- Known for the temple of Shrinath Ji
Pushkar- Known for the Brahma temple. There are very few Brahma temples in the world.
Ranakpur- It is a famous tourist destination with a huge Jain Temple complex which has breathtaking marble cravings.
Ranthambore- One of the largest National Parks in India.
Shekhawati- is known for the havelis of old times which are almost 100-300 years old.
Udaipur- Also known as Venice of the East and the City of Lakes. Famous for Swaroop Sagar, Udai Sagar, Pichola Lake and Fateh Sagar Lake.
News & Events
Aug 8, 2015
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.
Jul 17, 2015
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.
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