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Welcome to Rajasthan

10/07/2017 | | 0 Comment |

Welcome to Rajasthan

If you are planning to escape the city life and drink plenty of fresh air, there is no better place to visit Rajasthan State. The uniqueness of Rajasthan as a tourist destination stems from the fact that, unlike most tourist destinations, not on trees, green hills and crumbling rivers. Rajasthan is the largest state of India in terms of surface area and is considered one of the safest vis-à-vis state crime rates. Rajasthan is a unique cultural desert mix, historical mutations, and the confluence of rustic and modern life, adding with a historic baggage of monuments, fortresses and caravan culture.


Rajasthan boasts of being one of the most sought after tourist destinations due to the many options that tourism in the state has to offer to its visitors often leaves spoiled tourists with choices. Easy access through all modes of transport, proximity to Delhi, stable political situation and, of course, infrastructure that is comparable to the best in the industry and others.


Jaipur is often referred to as the "pink city" of the country. Being the capital of the state, Jaipur is a perfect blend of politics, modernity and culture of the era that is clearly visible when faced with various monuments standing next to modern shopping malls and administrative buildings.


Udaipur is often decorated with epithets, "Venice of the Orient" and "The City of Lakes". If you are the type of person you are looking for for educational trips, there may be a better place to visit in Udaipur. It is one of the richest art centers of entertainment, crafts and miniature paintings. And just to complete your overall experience, you can treat your eyes with the magnificent Jag Niwas palace on Lake Pichhola.


Jaisalmer is a true desert destination. Whether you are interested in experiencing a real life caravan or living one night in the sand dunes; Jaisalmer is the perfect place for you. And it is explained by itself because Jaisalmer is often regarded as a "fantasy desert."


Jodhpur takes its name from its founding king, Rao Jodha. Jodhpur is bound to mesmerize visitors with an incredible architecture seasoned with a desert climate. Mehengarh's strength is the dominant destination apart from a culture that is the result of the confluence of different cultures that the history of this place has witnessed. And one of the biggest attractions is, of course, the 10km wall, which surrounds the ancient city of Jodhpur!


If you had enough green hills and blue waters, while their weekend getaway, your time turned to Bikaner. Dotted with dunes and foot camel prints, Bikaner is bound to impress her aesthetics. Bikaner also attracts many tourists to research and breeding camels is the largest of its kind in the country.


Ajmer is often considered the "oasis" of Rajasthan and Thar desert. This is a place where lively tribal culture moves its attention from the sand to the traditions of tribal rites and the colorful desert.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu has a rich heritage of monuments and palaces. Very few places have impressive structures of ancient history and British times. And if you think that only the hill stations offer hills and heights; Just visit Gurushikhar - the highest peak in the Arawali range!


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