Places to visit in RAJASTHAN – “Land of Maharajas”

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Rajasthan also called as “The Land of Maharajas”. Rajasthan is the diamond of Indian tourism is shining in the north-west of India. The glitter of its panoramic nature, colourful culture, indomitable valour, and fortified archaeological structures is glistering in the world. The aureate sand desert, Aravalli ranges, lakes make the resplendent nature. The fairs, festivals, traditional outfits, language, music, and folk dances build a rich culture. The heroic history of multiple monarchs and their realm reflects the indomitable valour through their magnificent, opulent palaces and fortified forts.

Ready to fill the glow of Rajasthan in your eyes! Let’s take a tour…

Ajmer

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Ajmer is the zephyr of nature, faith, and architecture. The Chouhan, Afgan and Mughal emperor ruled the Ajmer, therefore, it has a marvellous architecture of all eras. The idyllic Anasager lake with the Daulat garden at its bank, the golden Jain temple Soniji ki Nasiyan, the two and half days construction -Adhai Din ka Jhopra, the Akbar’s palace, and museum, the beautifully carved Nareli Jain temple are the attractions of Ajmer. But the main fascination is White Marbled Dargah Sharif, the tomb of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is a holy place of Muslims yet the Ajmer has an air of benign affability that people of every religion come here to take the grace of Khwaja Saheb.
You can reach here via train and road transport. The nearest airport is in Kishangarh.
Keen to visit Ajmer! Come here and hire your comfort bike to ride the Ajmer.

Jaipur

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Jaipur also called as the Pink city is all set to colour you in its colour. The pink and red stoned five-storied bee-hive architectured Hawa Mahal, the Rajput kings’ lifestyle showcase City Palace, the pristine Govind-dev temple of Shri Krishna and in the mid of Mansagar Lake the Jal Mahal are allures in the main city.
The outskirts have Nahargarh Fort, the Amber Fort and the Jaigarh Fort that was made to protect Jaipur but what the architecture they have! A marvellous mixture of Hindu- Mughal culture. The observatory Jantar-Mantar and Indo-Saracenic architectured Albert Hall Museum has made the Jaipur a Heritage city in all.
Last but not least, The Rajasthani cuisine in Rajasthani culture!
The Chokhi-Dhani is a perfect place to relieve your fatigue with the taste of delicious Rajasthani cuisine while watching the folk dances.
Eager to visit the Jaipur! It is very well connected by air, train and road mode. Reach here and hire your perfect bike to feel the Jaipur culture in monuments and bazaars.

Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh (Credit Image: thrillophilia.com)

Chittorgarh is the land of gallantry, eternal devotion, thriving nature, and Rajput culture. The World Heritage site Chittorgarh Fort will exemplify you of gallantry. Meera temple, Sanwariya temple, and Kalika Mata temple will fill you with eternal devotion. Bassi wildlife sanctuary and Sitamata wildlife sanctuary will take you closer to nature. Rana Kumbha’s Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, and Padmini palace will display you the Rajput lifestyle of king and queens.
Want to feel the pride of Chittorgarh! You can reach here via train and road transport.
Rent a bike and explore the Chittorgarh in forts, palaces, and bazaars.

Udaipur

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Amidst of Aravalli range, a glamour of lakes, extraordinary architecture of Palaces and their history make the Udaipur a wondrous ‘Venice of Rajasthan’.

‘The City of Lakes’ has 10 lakes but the oldest and largest Pichola lake with four islands is “the heart” of Udaipur. The Royal City palace at its eastern bank, Mohan Temple at North-east, Lake palace at the middle Island and Jag Mandir at Jag Island make the lake a perfect mash-up of nature and architecture. Other main attractions are Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon ki Bari, and Gulab Bagh.

Enthusiast to visit the Udaipur! Come here via air, train and road mode. Hire your perfect riding partner and live the Udaipur’s nature and architecture.

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer (Image Credit: cleartrip.com)

Jaisalmer, also known as The Golden City of Rajasthan. It is the heart of Thar desert famed for its World Heritage site the Sonar fort, ostentatious Havelis and elaborated Jain temples. The high and low ride on a camel in the dunes, the night camping in the curls of sand and counting the stars are the embellishments in the tour. It is connected through air, train and road mode.
Ready to explore the Jaisalmer! Rent the bike and experience the desert culture of Jaisalmer.

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2 Replies to “Places to visit in RAJASTHAN – “Land of Maharajas””

  1. Seriously such an amazing places to visit in rajsthan …i have a vry best experience about it 😘

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