The state of Rajasthan located in Northern India, on the border with Pakistan.
It is a popular destination for travel with amazing natural landscapes, including the vast Thar desert and the magnificent Aravalli hills. As a city of culture Rajput, Rajasthan is a wonderful place to explore palaces and temples built by Rajput kings many centuries ago. During the tour try to visit as many of these incredible places, including in your itinerary all the major attractions of Rajasthan.
Mount Abu is a popular destination in India, which offers an exceptional overview of the surrounding space. Rocky plateau at the top attracts tourists from different corners of the world, not to mention the abundance of attractions. Nakki lake is a must see place in the vicinity of Abu. Here you can rent a kayak and admire the surrounding lake hills. Also pay attention to the Dilwara Temples. Dedicated to the religion of the Jaina Shrine originates from approximately the 12th century, when the delicate white marble was carved the first cells.
Although Bikaner is home to the unique Palace, the historical Fort and even the research center of camels, many Indians know him primarily as a destination for foodies with a sweet tooth. One of the special dishes that You will definitely want to try is a Kesar Kulfi. Sweet glazed dessert is very refreshing on a hot day. Desert safaris are also popular in Bikaner. During the tour camel ride travelers will have the opportunity to explore local culture and natural scenery of one of the most beautiful places of India. Definitely worth a visit the Junagarh Fort, established in the 16th century and preserved a vast array of information about the history of the region.
The city of Chittorgarh is situated on the banks of the river beraca language course and is known for one particularly impressive attraction: the Fort. Created in the seventh century Fort is one of the biggest in India. The family protected the gates of the Fort is so large that it is extremely difficult to explore it in one day. Start your tour at the beautifully illuminated at night, the Tower of Victory, created in the 15th century. Also, take time to Palace of Rana Kumba – the oldest part of the Fort. Miera a temple honoring the God Vishnu and stores a large number of idols.
This national Park is a wildlife sanctuary and one of the best places in the world for observing tigers in the wild. You can book a Safari to the wildlife and explore the animals in the vicinity. For the more adventurous visitors will use a special small car with an open top, and for the rest of the run is protected buses with all amenities. In addition to tigers, Ranthambore national Park is home to leopards, hyenas, bears and other representatives of the world wildlife. During the Safari you will also have the chance to see the Ranthambore Fort, which dates back to the 10th century.
The Bundi is a unique destination, widely known for its step wells. Ancient reservoirs for water storage is no longer used for its intended purpose, being a popular tourist attraction. In Bundi still have more than 50 wells, the most famous of which is the Well of the Queen. The building dates back to the 15th century and includes more than 200 steps. The famous attraction of Bundi in Rajasthan is the Taragarh Fort, built in 16th century and holds an impressive collection of works of art. Escape from the bustling city crowd, you can dip in one of the surrounding Bundi lakes, or go on Safari in the wildlife sanctuary Ramgarh Wildhare.
Pushkar is a Holy town, most famous Brahma temple and annual camel fair. Brahma – one third of the Holy Trinity in the Hindu religion, Pushkar is the home of Brahma. The Brahma temple is impossible to miss because of the frequent ceremonies of singing, which take place several times a day. Pushkar is also home to several other temples dedicated to the Cherry, Savitri, and Siva. Every November the city comes alive with the camel fair with a mass Hindu pilgrimage.
Jodhpur or the Blue City, is situated on the edge of Thar desert. His colorful nickname comes from the many blue houses around town. The color blue is particularly striking, when viewed from the height of bird flight. Rich in historical FORTS and temples, Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination with lots of attractions. No journey is complete without a tour of the Mehrangarh Fort of the 15th century, the largest Fort in all Rajasthan. The Fort complex includes the amazing Hall of mirrors, intricate corridors of Sandstone in Zenana Deodi Temple Chamunda of Mataji and a number of other equally impressive structures.
The capital of Rajasthan Jaipur is a bustling city, full of interesting attractions. Jaipur forms one corner of the Golden Triangle of India, being a gateway to lesser-known destinations in Rajasthan. In Jaipur there are three major Fort: amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Fort Jaigarh. It is also worth to explore the City Palace with its stunning blend of Mughal and Rajput motifs. The complex is so large that most travelers are not able to study it for one single day. Jaipur is also famous for many temples and the largest market comes to life after sunset.
Also known as the Golden City, Jaisalmer is located right on the outskirts of Thar desert. The dominant landmark is the still inhabited Jaisalmer Fort or Sonar quila. Unlike any other Fort in India, Jaisalmer is fully operational. Here you will find private apartments, shops and even restaurants. Buying Souvenirs at the Fort is a fun entertainment of tourists. Here you can buy anything from bronze statues to silver jewelry. Within the Fort walls there are also a few churches since the 12th century, most of which are open to the public in the morning. The city is included in the list of outstanding attractions of India.
Udaipur in Rajasthan is known as the City of Lakes. Based on the title you will not be surprised that the lakes are the main attraction of the city. Among the biggest lakes are Fateh Sagar and Pichola. The manmade lakes don’t make them any less beautiful. The main reason to visit this city – an opportunity to explore the Palace of Udaipur and a series of other buildings, museums and gardens, in a wide range of architectural styles. Shrines, temples, Royal residences and art collections available in the City Palace. Directly to the North of the Palace is located Jagdish Temple is the most famous temple of Udaipur. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu temple with stunning carvings is considered an iconic landmark of the city.
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