Welcome to the vast & wonderful land of the kings; Rajasthan. This is where the mighty Rajput warriors once ruled. The blue city of Jodhpur has the magnificent Meherangarh which houses several palaces with intricate carvings and expansive courtyards. The pink city of Jaipur with its imposing Amber Fort is the capital of Rajasthan offers a melange of old heritage sites to explore. It’s also an excellent spot to shop for local crafts and is famous for its hand block printing. Jaisalmer with its giant sandcastle fort is picture straight out of One thousand and one nights. The holy town Pushkar has a reverent charm and with its famous lake dotted with many temples, it’s the perfect place to kick back and soak in the atmosphere. Bundi is famous for its stunning havelis (traditional, ornately decorated residences) and is surrounded on three sides by hills of the Arravali Range. The impressive Taragarh Fort or ‘Star Fort’ offers sweeping views of this lovely little town. The state of Rajasthan offers a plethora of old world charm steeped in ancient traditions. With its lively folk music, abundant festivals and cattle fairs this state never fails to enchant you. We will pass through local villages and a get a taste of the traditional Rajasthani lifestyle. Be prepared to come eye to eye with elephants, camels, water buffalos and of course Holy cows. Rajasthan is undoubtedly India’s most romantic & colorful state. It boasts an abundance of stunning forts, palaces and architecture. There are many colorful little villages where one can explore the rural traditional live people still lead in Rajasthan. Jaisalmer Fort is a living fort – about 25% of the old city’s population resides within its walls. Its charming narrow alleyways and palace will set you right back in time. Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan where you will find the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort. This fort houses the Maharaja’s palace, several temples and, tucked away in the back, an extensive garden still carefully maintained till date. Udaipur is often referred to as the “Venice of the East” with its beautiful lakes and the stunning Jag Niwas (Lake Palace). Jag Niwas was built in 1743 – 1746 ] under the direction of the Maharana Jagat Singh II on Lake Piccola. The palace oozes with old world charm and is a must see for those visiting Rajasthan .
Jaipur ( PINK CITY ) is the gateway to Rajasthan it is a planned city in the modern sense built on a grid pattern , its divided in 9 sectors to symbolize the 9 divisions of the universe Some places to visit in Jaipur , it’s the place to buy traditional miniature paintings . But while shopping be careful ? Some nice place to see in Jaipur
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