Tour to places of Kings
Rajasthan is place where beautiful cites of architecture will be witnessed. Star attractions comprise Fort, Palaces and Havelis. All of these monuments are back to the era of the Rajput Kings and Queens ruling various parts of the state. State of Rajasthan is best known for having preserved the lavishness and royalty of the Rajasthan’s glorious past in the form of marvels in architecture.
*Dos in Rajasthan Tour
- Camel Safari in Thar Desert: Most entertaining activity to reminisce throughout the rest part of life. Sitting atop of a camel and exploration of sand dunes is a wonderful experience.
- Elephant Ride at Amer Fort: Amer Fort is located around 12 kilometers from Jaipur. It is one of the most popular hilltop forts in India. The manufacturing was done by King Maan Singh. The architecture shows a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles.
- Exploring Rajasthani Folk and Culture: Dance of various forms speak about the art and culture of various areas in Rajasthan. Different tribal groups are known to exhibit unique dance forms. Ghoomer, Chari, Drum Dance, Gair, Fire Dance, Kachhi Ghodi, Kathputli comprise those forms. The state has beautiful tradition of music too. Different aspects of Rajasthani culture are exhibited through various forms of music.
- Tasting Cuisine of Rajasthan: Rajasthan has its own specialty in respect of delicious cuisines. The state suffers for scarcity of water. Thus, most dishes are made dry or milk is used as additive. Milk imparts flavor too. Both Mughal and European standard of cuisine have been maintained. Most of the dishes are spicy.
Udaipur – often referred as ‘Venice of the East.’ The city is amidst of azure water lakes and hemmed by the lush green hills of Aravallis. Lake Palace is the most attractive destination in this city. Monsoon Palace is another place that offers tourist attraction.
Nagaur : Salt water lake
Sawai Madhopur: Known as ‘Gateway of Ranthambore’ – the place to see many historic episodes and reigns. Best attraction for history loving people.
Kota: The place has juxtaposed the majestic medieval age and modern industrialization.
Jodhpur: Also known as Blue City. It is the second largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. Superior historically relevant landmarks are being treasured here.
Places of attraction
Dausa : It is a small ancient town named after a Sanskrit word meaning Beautiful like Heaven. It was the first HQ of the Kachhawaha dynasty.
Dholpur: Also known as Red Stone. It became a separate district in 1982. The place is extremely rich in cultural heritage.
Tonk: This place is known for renowned mosques and old havelis
Bhilwara: Renowned for the temple of Devi Bhawani
Hanumangarh: It is around 400 kms from Delhi. The place is best known for temples. It is also presumed that this city was once part of the Indus Valley civilization. Excavations have revealed some stunning artifact belonging to an era of great significance to human history.
Sri Ganganagar: This place is known as food basket of Rajasthan. Existence of fertile plains was the reason of such nomenclature.
Bharatpur: Bird Sanctuary