Rajasthan, earlier known as Rajputana, is called as the Land of Maharajas. Situated near the Sutlej-
Indus river valley, Rajasthan has seen a lot of kingdoms. Each individual kingdom of Rajasthan has
a unique style. So diverse is the largest state of India, Rajasthan, a land of deserts and jungles, camels and
tigers, and vibrant art and culture. The city has a lot to offer amazing Tourist Places in Rajasthan. From the sprawling majestic forts to the traditional lifestyle of the villagers, every corner of Rajasthan is photogenic.
Best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to March, as the weather is cool. Summers are scorching hot and it might rain in the rainy season, but you will find the temperatures mostly at the high side.
How to Reach the Tourist Places in Rajasthan–
There’s an international airport in Jaipur and domestic flights operating from Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Kota. Well connected by road and rail. For people, willing to shell out money for the royal experience, may take Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels or Maharaja Express. Rajasthan is a huge area to be explored, therefore we bring you the top places in this state –
Jaipur is known as Pink City because of its distinctive saffron and pink colored buildings. It forms one of three cities of the renowned Golden Triangle, which is the most popular route of tourist coming to India. With famous attractions like the intricate facades of the Hawa Mahal and City Palace and the profound Jantar Mantar, Jaipur makes an intriguing visit.
Surrounding the Ana Sagar Lake, the city of Ajmer is. Ajmer shows the earliest Muslim architecture and is a heritage city for Muslims, because of the presence of domed shrine of the Chistiya founder, Khwaja Muin-ud-Din Chisti.
Pushkar is a small town near Ajmer known by the moniker of Pilgrimage City because of hundreds of temples. It is world famous for the annual Pushkar Camel fair, which is a grand five-day affair in October/ November. People from all over Rajasthan gather here for trading cattle, but the majority is the crowd of tourists, wanting to witness the grandeur of Rajasthani culture.
Ranthambore is located in the town of Sawai Madhopur, which was built by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh. Ranthambore National Park is a must-visit. Earlier the hunting grounds for the maharajas, it got the National Park status in 1980. It also houses the attractive Ranthambore Fort. The National Park has endemic species of wildlife, but most famous for tigers.
4. DESERT SAFARI
India’s desert capital, Rajasthan’s Thar desert makes a unique place for the visit. Who would not want to enjoy a jeep or camel safari on the golden sands of Thar! The Camel ride is a must visit to witness rustic Rajasthan and also the local village life. Owing to Seating and Sleeping camps in the middle of the desert, plan to spend evenings in a tent with warm hospitality.
Previously the capital of Marwar, now the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, Jodhpur makes yet another popular tourist destination. The rhapsodic blue city of Jodhpur is famous for the marvellous Mehrangarh Fort, without which, your Jodhpur trip is incomplete. Other places to include in your Jodhpur itinerary are the Umaid Bhavan and the Kalina Lake. Jodhpur is also known as Sun City as it enjoys fantastic sunny weather all year long.
Rajasthan is magical like the whimsical storybooks. The vividness of Rajasthan art and culture makes it
so beautiful. Apart from the places mentioned above, the liveliness of Rajasthan needs to be
experienced. Folk music and dance, Rajasthani cuisine and the shopping of local items all are worth it.
Visit Rajasthan, as it welcomes everyone with “Padharo mhare Des”