The Land with King-Size Legacy
Rajasthan’s diversity is beyond capture in words – rich heritage, vibrant culture, majestic monuments with appealing history, artistically sound, vast sand dunes, colorful villages, warm people and much more. Rajasthan is famous for showcasing the royal heritage of palaces, forts, havelis & desert safaris, offering a glimpse of it’s spirited culture.
This state has a lot to offer to all groups of travelers and explorers. An ideal destination for royal vacation, adventure lover, family vacation and heaven for antique collectors. Royal life style of the emperors has inspired and promoted a variety of antique art on wood, clothe and stone.
Attractions you must visit:
1)Jaipur: The largest city & capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur attracts maximum tourists & mostly the tour operators cover Jaipur as part of the ‘Golden Triangle which includes Agra, Delhi and Jaipur’. Amer Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal and Jaigarh Fort adorn the city; proximity to Ranthambore National Park, Sariska National Park, Abhaneri, Sanganer make it more charming.
2)Jaisalmer – Jaisalmer is popularly known as the The Golden City, situated amidst Thar Desert, close to Pakistan border; over powered by the Jaisalmer Fort (Sonar Quila) the city with glorious past offers an action packed experience to travelers.
We have included a separate page for the ‘Golden City’ on the site, we are sure you will read it !!!.
3) Jodhpur – Houses some truly mesmerizing gems like Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace Museum, Balsammand Palace & Lake, Jaswant Sagar Dam, Machia Safari Park, many gardens & adjoining places like Pali City & Sojat City.
4) Udaipur – ‘Venice of the East’ houses spellbinding lakes like Pichola & Fateh Sagar; though Pichola Lake is the more preferred. Revered for the architecture, this city is live testimony to the royal heritage.
5) Mount Abu – An oasis in the desert and only hill station in Rajasthan boasts of evergreen forests, lakes & Dilwara temples.
Rajasthan exudes peculiar essence & every city feels different from the other.
We shall keep adding to the list 🙂