Tourist Places in Rajasthan

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The Regally Majestic – Rajasthan

Rajasthan - the Land of Rajas and Maharajas, is aptly named, is a glee for every tourist who makes up to this place. Its magnificence and capricious charisma of the impregnable fortress and palaces, magnificent lakes, striking wildlife, golden hued deserts, the mesmerizing culture  that illustrates the sagacity of courage, pride and respect,  all blend together to furnish Rajasthan tourism a top notch place in the world. Rajasthan is located in the North Western part of India, is bifurcated into the hilly and the craggy south eastern region with desolate north-western Thar Desert, which lengthens its path to the borders into Pakistan. The state is an abode of prosperous attractions and multihued cities, such as Jaipur, pertinently called the “Pink City of India”, Jaisalmer the “Golden City of India”, Udaipur the “City of Lakes” and Chittorgarh which unfolds its regal fervor of honor or the chivalrous Rajputs, is till date, well conserved by its magnificence forts and places to add to its legacy. Tourists flock into this state to immerse into its serene grandeur of the unfathomable brilliance and effervescence and explore its majestic milieu and clutch the precious memoirs to treasure for lifetime.

 

An enormous and incandescent state with riches more awe-inspiring than those of tales, the Kingdom of the Kings smears an audacious illustration. Hoarding a must-visit itinerary in Rajasthan can maim the fussy traveler: Meherangarh ominous over dazzling sapphire Jodhpur, the colossal bullion sand citadel at Jaisalmer, the palaces and pomp of Udaipur, Pushkar’s groveling yet carnival allure, the mythical fantasy of Bundi and the havelis that look picturesque-ornately decorated. Like a terrene of Mother land, there’s also copious wildlife and affectionate people, glamour and camels, meaningful music, scintillating saris, vibrant turbans and a startlingly rich cuisine.

 

Jaipur, the City of Victory, has a custom of prickling travelers pink. Here one can find a well preserved and breathing past – striking crest forts, magnificent palaces, and bargain- packed-fête – eloquentness of housing and dining options. From the ageless bazaars of the old conurbation to the soaring malls of goblet and chrome, which seem to be budding everywhere, there is an astonishing range of things for buy from– Rajasthani handicrafts, fabrics, art and, of course, the famous Jaipur gems. The Pushkar Camel Fair of Rajasthan is a famous festival is less about the camels and more about a fun and frolic time, nevertheless the dunes slight of Pushkar are still a vista to tell-tale sight when the cameleers throng down to town. 

 

Udaipur is Rajasthan’s, perhaps India’s, most quixotic city, outlined by the pristine Aravalli hills, the old city is subjugated by the citadel -adorned City Palace, which spurges suddenly from the hyaline waters of Lake Pichola. The palace’s loggia gape over the lake towards the city’s other well-known attraction – the Lake Palace – a thoughtful, legend daintily polished by sunlight and limelight in darkness, is a must see place in Jaipur. The castle of Jaisalmer is an awe-inspiring sight: a huge sandcastle mounting from the grimy plains like an illusion from a long-gone epoch. Ninety-nine massive fortresses surround the peopled slender streets. The havelis, the citadels and its together with this palace are all engraved from the same bullion honey brickwork, hence the city’s hallmarked as the “Golden City”. Bundi is a charming township, with narrow tracks of Brahmin-indigo dwellings, with various temples and a quaint fortress. This old town underneath the palace – is the Rajasthan of the travel flyers, practically free from raucous streets and unpleasant hordes. It still has an ambiance of times of yore wonders most eagerly felt around the enchanted palace that dribbles down the cliff. The other popular attractions of Rajasthan are the Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore National Park for all the wildlife aficionados out there!

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Best Time to Visit Rajasthan

Feb 13-16, 2016
Nagaur-Fair in Rajasthan
Nagaur Fair  - Cattle Fair
Duration: 4 Days
Where: Rajasthan

The Naguar fair is held in the state of Rajasthan. This is mainly cattle fair which will be celebrated for eight days. This fair will be continued till the months of January and February. This cattle fair is said t...

Apr 9-10, 2016
Gangaur-Festival in Rajasthan
Gangaur Festival  - Gauri Puja
Duration: 2 Days
Where: Rajasthan

The state of Rajasthan in India is the driest and most arid state. The place of Rajasthan is well known and seen in all its colors during the time of Gangaur.  The festival of spring season is dedicated to the...

Oct 15-16, 2016
Marwar-Festival in Rajasthan
Marwar Festival  - Also known as Maand
Duration: 2 Days
Where: Rajasthan

Marwar festival popularly known as “Maand” festival is celebrated in the month of October every year in memory of heroes of Rajasthan. This is celebrated for two days. The events organized during this f...

Nov 8-14, 2016
Pushkar-Fair in Rajasthan
Pushkar Fair  - Pushkar Camel Fair
Duration: 7 Days
Where: Rajasthan

Touted to be the world’s largest camel fair, the Pushkar Camel fair is an annual five day festival that takes place is the small town Pushkar in Rajasthan where livestock and camels are bought and sold. Howev...

Nov 13-15, 2016
Chandrabhaga-Fair in Rajasthan
Chandrabhaga Fair  - Full Moon Day of Karthik
Duration: 3 Days
Where: Rajasthan

The month of Karthik is very important for Hindus. They celebrate this month by praying for many deities. Fairs and festivals are celebrated with pomp and show. Chandrabhaga fair is one of such fair which is held i...

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