Rajasthan Tourism

Rajasthan Tourism

A good example of India is the Indian state of Rajasthan which many know as the land of kings. I s ancient opulence and grandness, whose traces remain in that state’s air. It doesn’t take much time to be one of the country’s most colorful and vivid states with a strong blend of culture, history, music, and Rajasthan cooking. It is the reign of the former Maharaja and their lavish buildings and majestic strongholds, and Rajasthan has more history than the whole country puts together. Deserts of golden sand, traditional crafts, an authentic kitchen and stunning palaces all help make Rajasthan an ideal holiday spot. With “Khamma Ghani” do not forget to wish everyone while you’re here!

There are numerous fortresses in Rajasthan offering a panoramic view. The Amber Fort of Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur and Jaisalmer Fort, commonly referred to as the Sonar Quila, are the three key forts in Rajasthan.

Rajasthan has a significant number of palaces, including UMAID Bhawan Palace and Jaipur City Palace, which have historical significance. They both date back to the high times, and you can see in these palaces the furnishings and the other objects of the royal families.


Jodhpur is famous for its fort, its mulangarh, its blue houses, temples, sweets and snacks as well as for its “The Blue City” “Sun City” and “Gateway to Thar” Besides the fort, there are numerous temples, lakes and shopping streets that are like an ancient mirage.

Jodhpur, the old capital city of Marwar, is one of Rajasthan’s most charming cities and has a powerful Mehrangarh fort overlooking the city. The city is called the Blue City, because of its blue walls and blue houses it looks completely blue from an aerial view. In the vicinity of Jaswant Tada and Bhawan Umaid Palace, Jodhpur is also one of the top attractions. In the old city itself, however, the magic lies with hundreds of shops, guest houses, food supplies and sellers which make it an active city, especially close to the clock tower and the Sardar Market.

The Dark Knight Rises, which is seen in the background of the movie, attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world. In central Rajasthan, Jodhpur is conveniently situated, which makes it easier to explore other destinations in the state for visitors to Jodhpur.


The crown jewel of Rajasthan State is called Udaipur, also known as the City of Lakes. It is in all directions surrounded by the beautiful hills of Aravalli and makes this town so beautiful. This ‘Eastern Venice’ has plenty of natural beauty, magical temples and amazing architecture making the city a must visit in India. A boat ride through the calm waters of Pichola Lake will prove why Udaipur is Rajasthan’s pride.

Udaipur has a valley and four lakes surrounded by natural offers multiplied by human effort and greatness in order to make this one of the most charming and memorable tourist destinations. All the names it has ever given to its charm from ‘Jewel of Mewar’ to ‘Eastern Venice.’ And while the architecture of all of the city is flattering, the hotel in Lake Palace offers a visual definition of the city. Approximately 60 km from Udaipur is the revered temple in Nathdwara.


In northwest India, in Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is the main tourist site. Because of its abundant golden dune and castles covered with golden sandstone, it is known as the ‘golden city.’ The lakes, ornate Jain temples, and Havelis are decorated with Jaisalmer. Climb up to the Camel Saddle in this golden country for an unforgettable experience, through this desert or camp under the sky of night.

Jaisalmer Fort is a citadel surrounded by narrow alleys that for generations are inhabited by people. Jaisalmer is an amalgam of exotic Indian Desert Culture, heritage and adventure with shops that sell colorful artworks and Havelis that make you travel back in time.


Ajmer is best known for the Ajmer Sharif Dargah of Saint Muin-ud-din Chishti and is surrounded by the Aravali ranges. Located 130 km from Jaipur, in Rajasthan, 14 km from Pushkar, the city is strongly linked with its traditions and culture. Ajmer has a unique charm that has been practiced throughout centuries in ethos and craft.

Visit Ajmer to see an aura of spirituality, which presents the exquisite Mughal architecture. The town is famous for its Golden Jain Temple as an area of religion for Jains. During the Urs festival, commemorating St. Moinuddin Chishti’s death anniversary, believers around the world crowded the city. Lots of visitors to Pushkar stop for a day trip by Ajmer. Ajmer was also chosen to serve as a heritage city for the Government of India’s HRIDAY Scheme (Heritage City Development & Yojana Enhancement).

Elishay Smith

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