Rajasthan With Paradise Unexplored

Rajasthan With Paradise Unexplored

Rajasthan Travel Guide

The largest Indian state Rajasthan takes hold of tourist attention with its highlights involving stunning forts, royal grandeurs, stunning palaces, incredible wildlife, renowned temples, and enriched history. The land of kings/nawabs Rajasthan is a cultural treasure. Experience the best-ever tour in the state.

Capital: Jaipur

Climate: Dry & Sub-Humid Monsoon Type

Best Time to Visit Rajasthan: It’s October to February

What’s So Special about Rajasthan?

Rajasthan spreads its unmatched grace throughout the region. Its exotic palaces, wildlife diversity, ample festivals, amazing Rajasthani cuisines, and eminence of art, craft, and tradition are so good to be unequaled. This place is one of the most colour sites on the earth, hence, entitled The City of Colours.

In major cities in Rajasthan, one cannot miss their color vibrations, appearing to be – the Pink City Jaipur, the Golden City Jaisalmer, the Blue City Jodhpur, and the Red City Bikaner. Udaipur is the City of Lakes forming a romantic setup with a vast backdrop comprising mountain vistas.

Wildlife nestled in the region never goes unnoticed. Being home to some exclusive wildlife creatures, Rajasthan offers sights of black Buck, Great Indian Sotted Eagle, Leopard, Royal Bengal Tiger, Marsh Crocodile, Asiatic Wildcat, Great Indian Bustard, Chinkara, White Footed Fox, Stripes Hyena, Chital, jackal, Nilgai, Panther, Cranes, Herons, Ducks, Caucol, Storks, Rufous Treepie, Jacanas, etc.

The most astounding fact about Rajasthan is that there reside eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ranging from - Chittorgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Amber Fort, Gagron Fort, Jantar Mantar, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Keoladeo National Park, to Jaisalmer Fort.

Way To Rajasthan - A Land Of Wonders By All Means

Occupying an area of about 342,239 sq km, the City of Colours Rajasthan lies in northern India. It comes out as the seventh-largest Indian state by population. The Great Indian Desert, namely the Thar Desert in the state, falls on the north-western side of the country, forming a natural boundary between Inia and Pakistan.

The Thar Desert in Rajasthan is one of the hottest sites in the Indian subcontinent. A good many dunes secured in the state include – Sam Sand Dunes at Jaisalmer, Osian Desert at Jodhpur, Khimsar Desert Sand Dunes, Sand Dunes in Pushkar, Mahabar desert at Barmer, Khuri Sand Dunes at Jaisalmer, etc.

Regional variations influence the architecture of Rajasthan. Its Remarkable palaces and forts amplified their elegance with the matchless style of architecture. Splendid forts, Havelis, and temples engraved in Solanki style andMru-Gurjaraarchitecture are eye-pleasing.

A journey across Rajasthan encompasses phenomenal destinations like /Hawa Mahal/the Palace of Wind, City Palace of Udaipur, Mehrangarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Lake Pichola, Nahargarh Fort, Birla Mandir, Dilwara Jain Temple, Jaigarh Fort, Panna Meena Ka Kund, Bagore Ki Haveli Museum, et al. The positions, backdrop, and designs make the sites absolutely classy.

Festivals and Food Delights

Numerous festivals and fairs organized in Rajasthan are sure to catch your attention. Such a range of festivals showcases cultural/traditional beliefs, heritage, and ethnicity. The most popular ones include Teej Festival, Elephant Fair, Brij Holi, International Kite Festival, Pushkar Camel Fair, Urs Festival, Matsya Festival, Jaipur Literature Festival, Kolayat Fir, AshwaPoojan, Kabir Yatra, Desert Festival, etc.

Rajasthani dishes can get you drooling with their mouth-watering taste and flavors, including – Mohan Thaal, Mawa Kachori, Pyaaz Ki Kachori, kadhi, Dal BatiChurma, Mirchi Bada, Mohan Mass, Gatte, Masala Chhach, Malpua, Bajra Ki Roti with Lehsun chutney, Balushahi, Boondi Raita, Methi Bara Puri, Gujia, KadkeSev, Ker Sangri, and others.

Ways to Reach Rajasthan

Transportation approach by air takes the least time to reach Rajasthan. Both domestic and international airports in the state make the journey hassle-free, such as Jaipur International Airport, Udaipur Airport, Jodhpur Airport, Kota Airport. Due to well-constructed national highways, the state approaches smooth traveling. NH 8 in Rajasthan is the widely used and well-connected network linking Delhi, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and other Indian cities.

By rail, you can also avail of seamless transportation since its promising connectivity to major stations. Major trains in the state include express, superfast, Rajdhani, Shatabdi, etc. Find a suitable mode of transport. Receive guidance from your tour operators and get the best tour package for your upcoming Rajasthan trip.


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