Thursday, 20 December 2018


20 Places To Visit In Rajasthan To See The Royalty In 2018!

If you are looking for work of art, musical composition, or want to explore the royalty, rich cultural of maharajas and its beautiful history than all you need to take a trip of Rajasthan, a state that is filled with a lot of sacrification and all these sacrification bulged out in the form beauty and richness. 
20 Places To Visit In Rajasthan
Rajasthan, the land of maharajas, palaces and forts that is believed to have more history than rest of the country and travel itineraries for travelers.  There are a lot of places to visit in Rajasthan if you are on a long way journey but if you are here for short period of time than explore the beauty of Rajasthan by visiting these 20 places.

1. City Palace, Udaipur 

City Palace is the complex houses of the eleven huge medieval styles of palaces. The palace was built at the bank of Lake Pichola under the reign of Maharana Udai Singh II (founder of the Udaipur city).

The city palace was built in the form flamboyant style by the 76 generations of Sisodia Rajputs or Suryavanshi Rajputs in 1553. It was the largest palace of Rajasthan with a fa├žade 244m long and 30.4 high.
City Palace
Exterior Courtyard in City Palace Udaipur
The palace surrounds the other historic monuments like jag mandir, monsoon palace, jadish temple, Dudh Talai, Lake Palace.

2. Pushkar – The Holy Lotus Town

Pushkar is the religious place in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the pilgrimage site for the Hindu and Sikh. The town located around the lake which is appeared when Lord Brahma dropped a lotus and the Brahma temple is the only temple of Lord Brahma in the world and it was built in 15thcentury. Every year many tourists come to visit Pushkar because of the grand Pushkar Camel Fair, considered to be one of the most popular events in India.
Holy Lake Pushkar, Ajmer
People come to explore unique scenes and take part in many deserts activities even tourist comes here to capture Indian culture at its beautiful best. 

3. Chittorgarh - The Fort of Mass Self - Immolation

Chittorgarh is the largest fort of Asia. It represents the largest defensive structure of Rajputs. It is situated on the Breach River. The fort was attacked 3 times by Muslim invaders but its Hindu ruler fought against with powerful intensity to maintain their independence. The world’s most beautiful lady Padmavati with 13,000 women in the city committed suicide by performing Jauhar. The Chittor place is also known as the worship place of Meera and sacrificed land of Pannadhaya.
Water Reservoir at Chittorgarh Fort
Inside the fort, you will find several palaces, Museum, and many ornate Jain temples. The best time to visit Chittorgarh fort is around October - march. 

4. Mount Abu - Hill Station of Rajasthan

The Mount Abu is the Rajasthan’s only hill station. As compared to other areas it has high altitude so winter temperature is the lower than elsewhere and in winter the mount Abu becomes the most beautiful place to visit so people usually come here in winter visit with the right clothes. 
Mount Abu
Nakki Lake in Mount Abu
The focal point of Mount Abu is ancient Nakki Lake People believed that the lake was supposedly clawed out by the gods using their fingernails. The major attraction here which closes the thousands of people every year is Jain temples.

5. Bundi                                       

Bundi is the lesser known place to visit in Rajasthan. Bundi is known for the major capital of Rajputs. There are no more places to visit in Bundi rather than the sublime palace and its famous murals. 
The Bundi Palace
The city was free from modern developments they still followed their traditions in a strict manner. The best time to visit here is the winter season due to foggy nature the palace takes a more beautiful way to express their beauty.

6. Udaipur - The City of Lake

Udaipur is known as the lake city of Rajasthan. Udaipur is the only destination where everyone wants to visit it once in life. Udaipur is the only romantic city o the world. Every people mesmerized the beauty after visiting the lake city. 
The city palace of Udaipur at the time sunset
The City Palace of Udaipur at The time Sunset
Udaipur is the most beautiful place of Rajasthan revolves around the Lake Pichola and Aravalli hills. People visit Udaipur to enjoy light and sound show at the Kumbhalgarh fort. It is the most wanted destination place for weddings. There are a lot of visiting place in Udaipur like Fateh Sagar, Neemach Mata temple, Jain temples, Ambrai, Lake Pichola etc.

7. Jaipur - The Pink City 

JAIPUR is the capital of Rajasthan and known as the pink city of Rajasthan due to the historic color of buildings. The city has everything who want in their life from famous bazaars to modern day restaurants servings all kinds of cuisines. 
Jaipur - The Pink City
Hawa Mahal in Jaipur 
The known palace “Hawa Mahal” is in Jaipur, this Mahal completely painted by pink color, intricate design, and over 950 windows. Jaipur is the historic place who tales the stories and explore the architecture and experience the glorious past of the Mughal empire.

8. Mandore Gardens, Jodhpur
The Mandore garden is situated 9km north of the Jodhpur city. This is not like other gardens or not a botanical garden. The 6 the century Mandore garden is famous for its charming collections of 33 crores Hindu demi-gods, hall of heroes, lush garden, statutes, museum etc. whenever you are going to visit Jodhpur than plan a day for Mandore garden. 
Mandore Gardens
Mandore Garden, Jodhpur
Even you can visit the Mandore fort which is close to the garden. Even there is much fun to enjoy shopping around Mandore garden.

9. Junagagh Fort, Rajasthan

The famous Junagarh fort is in Bikaner. The fort was called Chintamani in ancient time but in the 20th century, the fort was renamed as Junagarh, the fort of Bikaner city, Rajasthan. The focus point about fort is it the most difficult fort to penetrate. It is the only fort which is not on top of the hill. 
Junagagh Fort
Junagarh Fort in Bikaner
There are so many structures built within the fort is the Hawa Mahal, Anup Mahal, Ganga Mahal and Dungar Mahal which is built by Red sandstone and marble. The fort has 7 gates and many temples of Hindu and Jain temples.

10. Karni Mata temple in Bikaner, Rajasthan

The Karni Mata temple is also known as the temple of rats. The temple which holds 20,000 Black rats and few white rats revered in the temple. 
Karni Mata temple in Bikaner
Karni Mata Temple in Bikaner
Many people from far come to take the blessing of Karni Mata and pay honor to rats by eating food. Some people believed that if anyone sees the whit rate in the crowd of the black rat than he/she has a good charm of luck. 

11. Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

The Mehrangarh fort was built 400ft above the city of Jodhpur. Many people come from different states and country for exploration, photography and take note of history. The fort was built in 15th century by Rao Jodha. Jodhpur which is also known as the blue city and that blue color of the city you can see from Meharangarh fort.
Mehrangarh Fort
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
The fort was famous or flying fox activity, the lakes around fort and museum and numerous royal structures which are preserved inside it.

12. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan India

Ranthambore is one of the most national parks of India. The park is located in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. Many years ago the park is known for the royal hunting house. But nowadays it becomes home to tigers, leopard, and crocodiles.
Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
When you are visiting the park it doesn’t guarantee, you have a good chance to spotting a tiger in the park. There are so many other places near to park to visit. Even the Padam Talo Lake in the park is the most known for its abundance’s water lilies. 

13. Umaid Bhawan Jodhpur

The 19th century Umaid palace of Jodhpur is a private residence with 359 rooms which is converted into Heritage Hotel a few years ago.
Umaid Bhawan Jodhpur
Hotel Umaid Bhawan Palace
If you are planning to visit Jodhpur and think to stay in Umaid palace than you are up for your luxurious vacation but if you can’t afford then go and explore the work of art, vintage car collection, garden, museum etc. most people come here for photography.

14. Jag Mandir, Udaipur

The jag mandir is located on the island of Lake Pichola. The palace was built for Prince Khurram when he was not ready to live with his father.
Jag Mandir, Udaipur
Jag Mandir, Udaipur
The palace is famous for the view, architectural, wealth, marble and much more. The people visit the jag mandir for a luxurious vacation. 

15. Sam Sand Dunes, Rajasthan

The Sam sand dunes is for those who are dive to taking adventure activities. The place is known as the ocean of sand many tourists come here to enjoy camel safari, desert camping, paragliding, 4wd, quad bike riding, and other activities.
Sam Sand Dunes, Rajasthan
Many visitors choose to stay in luxurious camps to enjoy nightlife like cultural performance, traditions activities and moonlit dinner

16. Golden Fort Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer fort is also known as the golden fort due to the yellow sandstone’s used in the building. The motive behind using these stones is to make the fort camouflage with the desert sand, during the daytime.
Golden Fort Jaisalmer
Thus, the approaching enemies find it difficult to target the fort in the middle of the desert. The fort holds many other structures within it like several palaces, Hindu temple, Jain temple, museum etc.

17. Shilpgram, Rajasthan

If you are the art and culture lover than don’t you think it’s a perfect place to visit? Yes, it’s Shilipgrams leaves you amazed by some of best embroideries, hand clothes, and camel leather work.
Shilpgram, Rajasthan
Shilpgram, Rajasthan
Shilipgrams is full of filled with culture and arts, exhibitions and much more. Every year thousands of people come here to look atthe beauty of Shilipgrams to enjoy the culture festive of Rajasthan.

18. Gajner Palace, Bikaner

Are you surprisingly looking at the beauty of this palace? This palace is located, at distance from the city of Bikaner. But years ago this majestic royal structure is converted into a heritage hotel.
Gajner Palace, Bikaner
Gajner Palace, Bikaner
This palace has listed in visit places of Rajasthan for its rich decor, terrace work, carved balconies and the panoramic views from the balconies of the palace People choose this palace to enjoy calm nature of water filled stay and boating.

19. Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur

Nahargarh Fort is built at the top of Aravalli hills and Built-in the 18th century; it was initially an ancient defensive structure.
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
The fort is today famous for its view,  park, photography, cafe, and others. Many people visit the palace in the evening to enjoy the thousand’s of lights that make a palace more lit.

20.  AJMER

The real name of Ajmer is Ajayameru. Ajmer is popularly known as the final resting place of Shah Khwaja Muin-Ud-Din Chishti. Ajmer is the holy place for both Hindus and Islams.
Many people from a very far distance to visit the famous Darga Sharif. The lord Brahma temple only located in the Ajmer city.  Ajmer is a good destination for short a period of vacation in which you want to ruins through the fort and many more.

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