Travel to Rajasthan, which is known as a majestic land where one can experience the famous destinations like Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, and Ajmer. The cities are embellished with beautiful havelis, temples, and forts and palaces sand dunes, wildlife. All these cities possess royalty and charm where one can see the erstwhile land of rajas and maharajas where every niche will leave the visitors spell-bound.
This is a land of Rajasthan, where one can feel the bravery of Kings and in Udaipur one can see the wealth and power of Kings. This is a brave land where Rajput women happily embrace fire to save her dignity and self-respect and still the courage and power of the women can felt after visiting the huge fort and palaces which were constructed to make Rajasthan a royal destination.
In a trip to Rajasthan one can see the splendid city Jaipur explore the forts and palaces of the city which is multifaceted and offers innumerable attractions to people coming from all across the world. The city offers a perfect mix of culture which can be seen by its festivals and fairs.
The city of Ajmer is popularly pilgrimage tourism site where one can see various temples and Dargah or of the Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti in India. Moreover to take the blessing of the Gods, millions of tourists come from all over the world to worship the God.
The city of Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes where one can experience the breathtaking royal Palace amidst blue lake. The city is one of the most romantic destinations of the country, where vistors come to have their honeymoon period.
Pushkar is a laid back town, which is situated on the fringe of the desert and surrounded by hills on three sides. Moreover, this place is considered as one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage where it is believed that Lord Brahma set out on a quest for a tranquil spot to perform a yagna. In a trip to Pushkar one can also attend the Pushkar fair which is organized in the month of Oct and November.
The real and modern inception happens of Alwar in 18th century when the once mighty Mughal Empire was breathing its last. The place is located at the Aravalli Range in eastern Rajasthan where one can see the true blend of ancient life and industrial growth. The land is have one of the oldest sites in the country – Viratnagar – associated with the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata fame which one can see by visiting the place.