Glowing Sands Of Rajasthan…!!!

Rajasthan is a land of kings as its history states it.  A state in India which is famous for its heritage, culture, Safaris, Sand dunes,lush forests and wild-life all these things make this state nonpareil. Rajasthan also has very rich architectural structures in some of its cities which include the Rajwadas (Kings landing), Temples, Historic monuments, etc. The food in Rajasthan is very bright, spicy and delightful. One special feature of Rajasthani cooking is that it has its roots in the lifestyle of the medieval Rajasthan when the chieftains were mainly at war. The state is a perfect place to go on a vacation as the people in Rajasthan are very friendly, welcoming and are very positive toward the tourism in Rajasthan. The following places are a tourist attractions in Rajasthan. 

Jaipur :- Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. It is a busting city and a business center with all the trappings of a modern metropolis but then also it is strongly flavored with an ancient charm which always surprises a traveller and even makes itself a great travel destination in Rajasthan .The old Jaipur is recognized as the pink city of India. The most beautiful and historic places to visit in Jaipur are Nahargarh ,Amer ,Jaigarh & Moti Doongari & Hawa Mahel which reminds a person of the romantic ,wealthy and Classic era of Jaipur.

Udaipur :- Udaipur is a rich and very quiet city in Rajasthan. Udaipur is also called the City of lakes. There are a lot of castles ,which have now been converted into hotels so tourists can have an experience of living in a castle. The places to visit in Udaipur  are city palace,Jagdish temple, Sajjangarh palace, Bathing Ghat, Jag Mandir, Lake palace and Fateh Sagar lake.The view of all these places is like seeing heaven on earth.

Mount Abu :- Mount Abu is a place where one can find peace, with lots of greenery and cold winds as it is a hill station. Mt.Abu is at 1219 meters above sea level. You can find a lot of temples at Mt.Abu, its actually a place to rest and enjoy the weather but if you want to roam around you can visit Achalgarh fort in Mount Abu and also Nakki lake and there is a toad rock on a hill near the lake which is worth visiting

Jaisalmer :-Jaisalmer the Golden city is an amazing caravan city. This is a golden city because it is surrounded by sand dunes and even have sand colored  forts and palaces which are unbreakable and cannot be captured. It resides in the heart of the desert area. In Jaisalmer the food is exquisite and the people are very receptive. Places to visit in Jaisalmer are Jaisalmer fort, Museums- Jaisalmer Folklore Museum, Government Museum, Jaisalmer Fort palace museum.


Jodhpur :- Jodhpur is well known city in India which is also known as the blue city of India. It is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan .The city is known as the blue city because of various bright blue painted houses around the Meherangarh fort. Jodhpur is also known as Sun city due to amazing sunny weather it enjoys all year round. The culture of Jodhpur is extravagant it is rich in almost everything food , art , festivals., Music etc. Places to visit in Jodhpur are Meherangarh fort, Ghanta Ghar, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhavan Palace.

 These are the beautiful places in Rajasthan according but there is also more to see in Rajasthan like Bikaner the city of Culture and Camels, Bundi, Kota- the magic feeble of robust chambal, Sariska, etc. The whole state of Rajasthan is beautiful and worth visiting and is full of culture ,art , music ,travel and food. In my personal opinion I think that Rajasthan is a perfect place to visit for a backpacker or a group of backpackers. It is also a family tourist place but the fun in travelling alone is like a whole different perspective towards the world. So enjoy your tour to Rajasthan and keep travelling.

Camel and Desert

Cultural Event

Daal Bhati

Rajasthani Chiken

Rajasthani Thaali

Hawa Mahel Jaipur



Lake Palace Udaipur


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