Best Places to visit in Rajasthan

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Jaipur being the capital and virtual passage to Rajasthan is likely the most gone to city in the state. The city is taking care of business as of now. While you are here don't pass up a great opportunity for the superb Amer stronghold and the glorious City Palace. At the point when your feet need resting after all the touring, you could stop yourself for a customary dinner at Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (affectionately known as LMB by foodies) – the lively Choki Dhani is on the edges of the city, so hold it for some other time.

Also, women, some uplifting news for you – right close LMB you will discover a shopping heaven brimming with energetic banding works, customary adornments and jootis. You are unrealistic to think twice about it!

January likewise brings the tremendously praised glitz Jaipur Literary celebration. Those in adoration with their books and their writers can't miss this. Go in the event that you need to rub shoulders with big names, locate some high mold, and catch exhibitions by capable artists.

Explorer Tips:

  1. Check out the excellent blue ceramics things in plain view all through Jaipur.
  2. Try the elephant ride to the passageway of Amer Fort rather than the standard stroll up.

Lakeside in Udaipur

This 'lake city' of Rajasthan is really stunning. Maybe a standout amongst the most notorious pictures of Udaipur is seeing the quiet waters of Lake Pichola with the forcing Lake Palace at its heart. We needn't say how sentimental the sight is. Experience the incredible trip to Rajasthan with Shikhar Travels, Rajasthan tour packages and make mesmerizing vacations.

Amid the daytime do look at the City Palace. It is loaded with little ways that open onto delightful patios and nooks. Different spots of enthusiasm here are the marvellous Jain sanctuary of Ranakpur and the Fateh Bagh Palace which is presently a legacy inn. Amid the evenings pick a housetop eatery here (every one of them around the City Palace are housetop) and appreciate the perspectives of the city.

Voyager Tips:

  1. The night social show at Bagore-ki-Haveli showcases moves and craftsmen from all over Rajasthan. Try not to miss it!
  2. At an ostensible expense you can look at the vintage auto gathering of the present Maharaja of Udaipur.

The forcing Mehrangarh Fort shapes the ideal background for this sprawling city. The perspectives of the city's blue-toned houses are best delighted in from the turrets of this extravagant fifteenth-century post. You can visit the Unmade Bhawan Palace which is currently somewhat a legacy lodging—it is a hotspot for regal weddings so on the off chance that you have by one means or another figured out how to sack a welcome to a Rajasthan wedding, bounce with happiness. Likewise, don't miss the delightful marble dedication of Maharaja Jaswant Singh, the Jaswant Thada.


Jaisalmer is known as the city of forts as in this city you are going to find plenty of palaces and Havelis. Located at the very heart of the Thar Desert, many of the palaces give the impression as if they are made up of gold. The reason for that is they are actually made up of yellow sandstone and when the solar rays fall on it; it gives the illusion of made up with gold. The city has its own legends. It is believed that it was foretold by Lord Krishna, that a descendent of the Yadav dynasty would built his kingdom on the top of Trikuta hill and that is exactly what happened when in 1156 A.D, Raja Jaiswal, a descendant of the Yadav clan, actually founded his capital on the predicted located.  There are lots of interesting places to visit here. Let’s view some of them closely.

Desert Festival of Jaisalmer

The Desert Festival is celebrated in Jaisalmer usually in the month of January or February.  Colorful craft bazaars are set up with beautiful lights on the full moon night.  Surely a not-to-be missed event.

Amber Fort, Jaipur
Approximately 11 km far from Jaipur, located Amber Fort used to be the capital of the Kachhwaha clan, till jaipur was made the official capital in 1727. Amber Fort was constructed in 1592 by Raja Man Singh; however it was completed by his heir jai Singh. Amber Fort looks beautiful, made of white marble and red sandstone. To add to its beauty, Maotha Lake makes its foreground. The crystal mirror picture of the Amber Fort on the water of the lake seems to be a gorgeous reflection.

On the outside of the Amber Fort, being rough is entirely different from its core. The interior of the fort offers comforting and warm environment, which is least, expected from its outer outward show. The splendid structure of the fort is influenced by both the Hindu and Muslim ways of embellishment. The intricate carving on the walls and ceilings never unsuccessful to lures visitors. The magnificent setting of mirrors and the ornamentation work of the interior design with precious stone is simply astonishing. The infinitesimal act adds to the imposing appearance and royalty of the halls. The splendid Amber Fort certainly mesmerizes the visitors with its imaginative quality of flimsy work, the mighty walls assurance the safeguard of the fort in opposition to the incursion of the enemies. Amber fort is allocated into four subparts.

By the side of the staircase of the palace entrance is the fine path leading to the Kali Temple which is known as the Shila Devi temple for its glorious past, huge silver lions as well as silver doors. The reception area of public Audience, Diwan-I-Aam is a pavilion with twofold row of columns. Ganesh Pol is another feature of the Amber Fort. Directs the way to the occupied residence of the king, Jai Mandir is the hall of victory has a good-looking ceiling comprised of mirror work and an engrave panel. Amber Fort has lots of specific attraction of halls and pavilions.

Amber Fort has four separations with splendid building in order to reach there visitors can climb up the imposing stairway or then can take pleasure in elephant safari. It will be a pleasant and charming experience to explore the gorgeous fort on tour to Jaipur. This tourist city Jaipur is well connected by air, road as well as train with all the prime cities of India.

Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
Three forts were constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur. Nahargarh Fort is one of the first of them, stands at the top of rugged point of the Aravalis and it provides a stunning sight of the city. Remembering this fact, the fort was built to serve as a means of standing by the security of Amer. The name "Nahargarh" refers to "the house of Tigers", so it is also known as the Tiger Fort. This spectacular Nahargarh Fort was constructed in 1734. However, further additions were added to it by Sawai Ram Singh II and Sawai Madho Singh in the 19th century.

In keeping with a wide and spacious legend, the Fort was named after a prince, whose spirit used to haunt the construction site. Consequently, a tantrik was called and the ghost agreed to leave the fort only if, the fort was named after him. Numerous inside buildings of the Nahargarh Fort, as Madhavendra Bhawan attracts the most, which was built by Sawai Ram Singh II and has a series of interconnected rooms with colorful corridors and hallways. This construction was used as a picnic spot for the members of Royal dynasty.

Another prime and stunning sightseeing of the Fort is that, the Man Sagar Lake as well as suburbs. The geometrically planned Nahargarh Fort looks at its best in the night, when it is dazzlingly lit. To add some unforgettable facts to your memorable tour of Jiapur, the 'cafeterias' inside the fort provides the finest drinks and snacks. Nahargarh Fort forms a remarkable backdrop of Jaipur and offers a glittering view when the city bathes in morning sunlight.

On the other hand, the older parts of the Fort got ravaged with the times, but the further additions to the Fort, are still delightful and well-preserved. Nahargarh Fort 'Tiger Fort' stands as a symbol of the Royal heritage and speaks of its royal past. A visit to 'Pink City' Jaipur is not complete without seeing Nahargarh Fort.

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