Rajasthan, the largest state of India is the domain of many ancient royal ruins that will leave you nostalgic. The dazzling hued state invokes either in evocative ruins or battle-scarred forts. The forts restored to former grandeur slightly carries an arrogant pride and honor. Plan your trip to the realm of splendor to get a glimpse of its major attractions, foods, handicrafts, and their traditional lifestyle.

Key attractions in Rajasthan

The "pink city" with a long list of ancient monuments with amazing city plan is a marvel to be at. Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan is the largest city in the state. Avoid hot summers while planning a trip to the mesmerizing city of palaces. .Major attractions: Amber Fort and Palace, City Palace, Birla Mandir, Jantar Mantar Observatory.
Dwelled in the heart of Thar Desert, Jaisalmer is called "the Golden City" for its sun-kissed sand dunes, vigorous forts, and vibrant cultures, and traditions. The city that obtained its name from Maharaja Jaisal Singh is well over with temples, forts, palaces. Major attractions: Desert festival in Jan-Feb, Camel Safaris, Longewala Border, etc.
Abode to Ranthambhore National Park, Sawai Madhopur district was founded in 1763 by Maharaja Sawai Madhopur. Ranthambhore Palace rich in history and culture of the several kings, clans, and architecture is a UNESCO heritage. Major attraction: 10th century Ranthambhore Palace, the Tigers at Ranthambhore National Park, etc.
Once the center power of the then Mewar state, the enchanting royal city of Jodhpur is the adjunct of royalty that you witness in Jaipur and Jaisalmer. Due to its sunny weather, it is called as the Sun City; Jodhpur is even famous as the blue City for the blue houses near the Mehrangarh Fort. Major attraction: Mandore Gardens, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort, Masuria Hills, etc.
Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur once was the capital of the kingdom of Mewar. Udaipur is also known as the Venice of the East due to the brimming palaces, lakes, temples, etc. Major attractions: Fateh Sagar Lake, Lake Pichola, Udai Sagar Lake, City Palace, Monsoon Palace, Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Kumbhalgarh Fort, etc.
Famous for hosting the largest camel fair in India, Pushkar is one of the ancient cities of India. With the brimming colors, this holy city is the abode to the rare Brahma Temple. Pushkar Lake is one of the crucial pilgrimage points for Hindus. Major attractions: The world famous camel fair, Meerabai Temple, Pushkar Lake, etc.
Established by the Mauryas, Chittorgarh is one of the ancient cities in Indian history. The city has been the birthplace of ancient historical figures. Such as Maharana Pratap, Meera Bai, etc. Major attractions: Chittorgarh, Fateh Prakash Palace, Rana Kumbha's Palace, Kumbhaswamini Temple, Kriti Stambha, etc.
Located in the Aravalli Mountain Range, Mount Abu is the only Hill station in the desert state. The major attractions of this historical and religious place are Dilwara Jain Temples, Nakki Lake, Trevor's trek, Toad Rock, Guru Shilkar, Achalgarh, Sunset point, Mount Abu Bazaars, Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.

Getting to Rajasthan

By Air

Jaipur International Airport is the major airport in Rajasthan. Besides, the two other main airports are located Udaipur and Jodhpur. The adequate number of domestic airports in Rajasthan joins one city with the other.

By Train

Rajasthan is well connected by railways. The major railway stations are in Ajmer, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. Travel by the "Palace on Wheels" for a luxurious tourist experience with a total journey of 7 days.

By Road

The state has 20 national highways. NH8 is the most well-connected highway in Rajasthan that connects to Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, and other cities.

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