Cities in Rajasthan – A Guide
Golden Triangle Tour is undoubtedly the best option for travellers visiting India. It’s not wrong to say that the soul of this most popular tour package in India lies in Rajasthan. Yes, you should go for something very interesting like Golden Triangle Tour with Rajasthan and there are reasons for it. Moreover, here are few most fascinating cities of Rajasthan that are Must to visit and
Also called the Pink City, Jaipur was once the main stronghold of a lineage of rulers who built many palaces and three forts atop hills all of which are major attractions even today. Jaipur also a walled city exudes a pink colour because of the sandstone that has been used to build most of the city’s buildings. Jaipur is known for its exotic blue pottery, colored leather shoes, and tie and dye fabric scarves. The western part of Rajasthan is a popular tourist destination and the lives of the people, the architecture and its history have been shaped by the Thar Desert located here.
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Jodhpur, the erstwhile capital of the Marwari Kingdom is now the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan. A majority of the monuments of Jodhpur exhibit architectural grandeur, Mehrangarh Fort on the western side and the UmaidBhavan Palace in the eastern side. Here you will get to know about the best Jodhpur sightseeing tour itinerary by Bhati Tours.
The very name of Jaisalmer invokes a picture of the desert. The city’s foundation was purportedly laid in 1156 AD by RawalJaisal. The place was so named after consulting a local hermit called Eesul. Legend has it that Jaisal abandoned the old fort at Lodurva and established the new capital at Tricuta.
Udaipur is located on the banks of the Lake Pichola and is a famous city of Rajasthan. It is a very romantic city and mesmerises visitors with its numerous white marble palaces.
Bikaner is a city founded in the year 1488. It is a desert surrounded by an elevated wall that has five gates to it. The most iconic part of the city is the fort built in the years between 1588 and 1593 by Raja Raj Singh. The best season to visit the city is between October and March.
The city was founded in the year 1100 AD by AjjpalChauhan. The city gets its name from the name of the hill AjayaMeru on the foothills of which it stands.
#7: Mt. Abu
Mt. Abu is famed for its marble temples with exquisite carvings. It is a hill resort in Rajasthan lying at a height of 1219 metres above sea level.
Made famous by the spectacular Keoladeo Ghana Water- Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur is fortified on all sides and was once the shooting preserve of the kings.
Located in the foothills of the Aravalli mountain range, the Ranthambore National Park is a Tiger Reserve Park (Project Tiger). The place is very scenic where one can enjoy a quiet holiday.