Travel to Rajasthan

Rajasthan; Hindi speaking state is the north-eastern part of India. The state comprises of the Great Indian Desert and consists of the ruins of the Indus Valley Civilizations.

Here are few places you should definitely try if you are planning to visit the state.

  1. Meghrangarah Fort
  • One of the largest forts in India
  • Among the Jodhpur towers, the fort resides atop a vertical cliff
  • You can visit the museum of various artifacts of royal times.
  • English writer, Rudyard Kipling mentions that it’s the work of giants.
  1. Salim Singh ki Haveli in Jaisalmer
  • This 300-yars old place still resides in its beautiful usual shape
  • Narrow at the bottom and spread out into huge balconies with carved brackets n look like peacock
  • Walkable distant from Jaisalmer fort’s main gate
  1. Choki Dhani
  • A mock Rajasthani village, 20km from Jaipur
  • One stop place to showcase the rich art, culture and cuisines of Rajasthan.
  • You will be pulled in its old Rajasthani charm, bright turbans and silver anklets.
  • You can enjoy traditional dancing, palmistry, authentic meals, elephant and camel rides, flame throwing, puppet shows, shooting, henna painting and shopping as well.
  1. Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur
  • You can enjoy the fabulous experience here by watching birds.
  • In fact it has the richest bird areas in the world.
  • Also known for nesting resident birds and visiting migratory birds.
  • Around 364 species of birds are present all over.
  1. Lake Pichola of Udaipur City Palace
  • You can sneak peek into the lives of Mewar rulers.
  • Located on the east bank of Pichola, the city palace has several complex topped balconies and cupolas.
  • It will take you into its deep rooted history and stunning architecture.
  • After the palace, you can make a way to Rameshwar Ghat in the City Palace Gardens for the boat ride on the lake Pichola.

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