Rajasthan is one such state in India that you must visit at least once in your life time. Rajasthan is rich in terms of the travel treasures that it offers to the visiting tourists. The state is home to not only palaces and forts but also to several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, sand dunes and deserts.
Natural and national heritage of India
Rajasthan boasts of six national heritage sites of India in terms of forts and palaces. Those six forts are Kumbhalgarh, Jaisalmer, Amber fort, Chittorgarh,Gagaron and Ranthambhore. Apart from the fort, Rajasthan is also home to several world heritage sites like Keoladeo National Park, Jantar Mantar, and Hill Forts of Rajasthan etc.
Architectural brilliance of forts and palaces
Amber fort in Jaipur was established in 1592 and is a stunning piece of architecture. It portrays a fusion of the Hindu and Mughal style of architectural designs in a perfect blend. Check out the details of this this tour package which offer all the information one need to prepare a list attractions one can & must see in Jaipur and other cities like Agra, Delhi etc.
One should also know that a trip to New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra is called as Golden triangle tour package which is a 5 day trip of these 3 heritage tourist cities of North India. If you want more information on golden triangle tour package details the contact us.
> Jodhpur and Jaisalmer
Just like there is no dearth of forts and palaces in Rajasthan, all of them also are brilliant in terms of their architectural designs and style. For instance, the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur is one of the largest forts of India. It is a stunning piece of architecture that overlooks the city of Jodhpur from a cliff top.
Jaisalmer fort which is also known as the sonar quilla is made with gorgeous yellow sand stones which give it a honey gold dew look especially during the sun set. I will suggest that one must visit Jodhpur and Jaisalmer to judge our words and see how beautiful these cities are.
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> Other cities
Taragarh Fort is an imposing structure that was built in 1354. It offers a panoramic view of the Bundi town from the top. Chittorgarh Fort is also located atop a high hill and was built during the Maurya Period. It looks very impressive and catches the eye of the unassuming tourists like no other fort can.
And I must also suggest that you have a look at our rajasthan tour packages from jaipur where we will visit all the tourist attractions mentioned above and will stay in some of the best heritage palaces like Samode Palace, Umaid Bhawan etc.
Royal and grand festivals of Rajasthan
Just like Rajasthan is a colorful state, so are its festivals. All the festivals of the state are very enjoyable as they portray the rich tradition and culture of the state. All the festivals of the state are celebrated with a lot of joy and fanfare. The state comes alive with a riot of colors when any of the following festivals are celebrated in Rajasthan:
> Bikaner Camel Festival
This is more famously called the Pushkar live camel fair of Rajasthan. It is an annual affair and draws millions of people for livestock trading. It is also a treat to watch the camels being traded as they are dressed up gaudily and looks very colorful.
> Desert festival
The desert festival too is one of the most famous festivals of Rajasthan. It is usually held in the months of January and February. Gangaur festival is unique to the state of Rajasthan which is actually a festival to worship Goddess Parvati. This festival also marks the end of the winter season and the onset of the spring in the state. Kajli Teej festival is yet another exclusive festival which is only celebrated in the Bundi region of Rajasthan.