Rajasthan Tour :

by Indianrove 

(from: Sep 1, 2011 to: Sep 1, 2012)

Popular Destinations in Rajasthan :-

Rajasthan said to be the one of the most visited stats in India. Rajasthan shows India at it most colourful side. Imagination about India comes Rajasthan with forts, Palaces, Deserts, Camels Elephant rides and much more.
Some of must visited destinations in Rajasthan are
Jaipur – Known as the “Pink City” Jaipur is now very much crowded and noisy as comparable to previous times. Still the city is full of ancient palaces and forts of ancient times with most them giving stunning views and elaborate architecture.
Staying in Jaipur is also very memorable as the city offers you some of the very heritage havelis which are now been converted into hotels and palaces which gives the guest are very regal experience

Udaipur - The Udaipur city is enchanting city full of old mansions, palaces and havelis overlooking the shimmering lakes and that’s the reason the city is also known as “The Lake City” Famous city palace stretch along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola makes the guest spellbound. The city architecture is combination of Rajput Military and Mughal style techniques. One should explore the fascinating narrow lanes of Udaipur.

Jaisalmer : Thbe Desert city often referred to as being straight out of a romantic Arabian night tale. The remarkable sandstone city rises magically from the sand dunes of Rajasthan and it’s mesmerizing ancient fort built in 1956 is perches high on a pedestal overlooking. The fort houses five palaces, several temples, and some exquisite havelis (mansions), as well as shops and other residences.

Jodhpur : The city Jodhpur as it’s another name also The Blue City” and because of it’s blue painted buildings and is second largest city of Rajasthan. One of the largest fort in India Mehrangarh Fort is the pride of Jdohpur and Rajasthan. October month has the honor of providing the International Folk Festival inside the fort.

Another marble added to the city of Jodhpur is The Umaid Bhawan Palace, completed by Maharaja Umaid Singh year 1943 and now run by Taj Group of Hotels.

Ranthambore : The National Park of India Ranthambore is full of history, having witnessed many battles played out on its land, and the rise and fall of many rulers. Here the chances of spotting the tiger in it’s nature are amongst the best in India. Ranthambore is also really accessible and easy to get to. The landscape is dominated by the formidable 10th century Ranthambore Fort. It's a huge structure that contains ruined pavilions, splendid monuments, and three Hindu temples.

Pushkar :- Most of year Pushkar city is sleepy holy town which attracts on backpackers and hippies. Pushkar come alive in month of October and November when Pushkar Camel Fair comes and entire city if full of fair and other attractive things and then one can be the witness of an old traditional style Indian Festival.

Once a year visiting Puskar is worth if you want to chill out.. These days Pushkar is becoming much more westernized and tourist focused. The priests by the bathing ghats (steps) are known to be very forceful in demanding donations too. Avoid that area, and head to the Pushkar market for some great shopping instead!

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