Rajasthan Tour

Mandawa


The fort of Mandawa was founded in the 18th century. Thakur Nawal Singh, son of Shardul Singh, founded the fort in vikram samvat 1812 (1755 AD). The fort dominates the town with a painted arched gateway adorned with Lord Krishna and his cows. Built as per a medieval theme, the castle of Mandawa is adorned with beautiful frescoes. The rooms of this palace are decorated with Lord Krishna paintings, exquisite carvings and amazing mirrorwork.

Site Seeing
1. Haveli
2. Mandawa

Bikaner


Bikaner, Jan 2 : A camel race organised in Bikaner on Friday as a part of the three-day-long annual camel festival attracted thousands of foreign tourists. The festival began on Wednesday (December 30) at the Karni stadium named after Maharaja Karni Singh, an ace sportsman and champion marksman of the Bikaner royalty. This year''s camel festival happened to be the 17th edition that the Rajasthan Tourism department had organised in collaboration with the Bikaner district administration.

Site Seeing
1. Jain Temple
2. junagarh fort
3. Karni Mata Temple
4. Lalgarh Palace
5. gajner palace

Jaisalmer


The name Jaisalmer evokes utter magic and vibrancy of the desert. It’s straight out of an Arabian Nights fable. The hostile terrain notwithstanding the warmth and colour of people is simply overwhelming. One of the main draws is the daunting 12th century Jaisalmer Fort. The beautiful havelis which were built by wealthy merchants of Jaisalmer are yet another interesting aspect of the desert city. And you can let your eyes caress the sloping sand dunes while you ramble your way in a camel safari. The desert citadel is truly a golden fantasy in the Thar Desert. Bhati Rajput ruler Rawal Jaisal, after whom the city finds its name, founded Jaisalmer in 1156 AD.
Site Seeing
1. Jaisalmer Fort
2. jaisalmer haveli
3. Sam (Camel Safari)

Jodhpur


Jodhpur "The Sun City" was founded by Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rathore clan, in 1459. It is named after him only. Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India was previously known as Marwar. Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. It is divided into two parts - the old city and the new city. The old city is separated by a10 km long wall surrounding it. Also it has eight Gates leading out of it. The new city is outside the walled city.
Site Seeing
1. mandore
2. Mehrangarh Fort
3. Ghanta Ghar
4. Umaid Mahal
5. Umaid Garden

Ranakpur


One of the five holiest places of the Jain community, Ranakpur derives its name from one of its former rulers Rana Kumbha. Situated at a distance of 96 km from Udaipur, Ranakpur is known for its beautiful temples. Lush green hills surround this picturesque little town, which is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Rajasthan. In fact the beautiful natural surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for the beautiful temples Ranakpur is famous for. Most of these temples made of amber stone, date back to the 15th century and are a magnificent sight to behold.
Site Seeing
1. Jain Temple
2. Surya Narayan Temple

Udaipur


Udaipur has an ancient history. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar, ruled by the Sisodias. One of the major Udaipur attractions includes the City Palace, on the banks of Lake Pichhola. The palace offers panoramic views of the lake and Jag Niwas (now Lake Palace hotel), which is right in the middle of the lake. Other Udaipur tourist places include the Fateh Sagar Lake, which was built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1678, and Sajjangarh Fort, the summer resort of the maharajahs, located on top of a hill overlooking the lake.
Site Seeing
1. City Palace
2. nagda
3. Fateh Sagar
4. Sajjan Garh
5. Saheliyon ki badi
6. Bada Mahal
7. Jag Mandir

Pushkar


Brahma dropped a lotus flower on the earth – so say the epics – and Pushkar floated to the surface. This pond-sized Hindu pilgrimage town is a magical desert-edged place, with one of the world’s few Brahma temples. Rows of sacred ghats front a mystically magnetic lake, where hundreds of milky-coloured temples and weather-touched domes sit beneath a shifting, pale grey sky.
Site Seeing
1. Pushkar Lake
2. Brahma Temple
3. Varaha Temple
4. Rangji or Ranganath Temple

Jaipur


This famous city is the capital of Rajasthan and has earned universal renown as the " Pink City ", and pink it is, with beautiful constructed palaces, havelis and forts. Tall, rugged men with handle-bar whiskers sport bright pink turbans. Jaipur which means the city of victory was built exactly 273 years back and is 262 km by road from Delhi ( Capital of India ). A strong wall encircles the old city and even today has a suggestion of formidable strength, its function of protecting all within is obvious.
Site Seeing
1. City Palace
2. Hawa Mahal
3. Amber Fort
4. Jal Mahal
5. Jantar Mantar
6. Nahar Garh Fort

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