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Best Places of Interest in Rajasthan

Endowed with natural beauty and great history that essentially compliments one another, Rajasthan, located on the western frontier is the largest Indian State. A major provincial capital of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, this land of deserts, lakes, forts, temples and palaces beholds a flourishing tourism industry alongside a primarily agricultural and pastoral economy. With several traditional and cultural fairs, and festivals, Rajasthan shares the most wonderful and extraordinary experience with the domestic and foreign tourist travelers spending their precious money and time.

Top Tourist Attractions in Rajasthan

Heritage Sites: Amidst important historical sites and monuments, the UNESCO World Heritage organization has recognized Jantar Mantar, an 18th-century astronomical observation structure in Jaipur and the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a 29-square-kilometer marshland at Bharatpur as designated sites.

Palaces: Although, the entire state is worthy of this distinction, the palaces of Jaipur, the lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer rank amongst the most preferred destinations of the domestic and foreign visitors.

Wildlife Attractions: The Ranthambhore, Keoladeo Ghana National Parks and Sariska Tiger Reserve are the most popular wildlife haunts, alongside others including Mount Abu, Jaisamand, Kumbhalgarh, Darrah, Bhensrod-garh and the Desert National sanctuaries.

Pilgrimage Centers: Fascinating Rajasthan is home to several Hindu-Jain Temples and Muslim Dargahs. Most popular among these include Ajmer Dargah-Sharif, Jain-temples in Ranakpur, Nakoda and Mount Abu, and Hindu-temples in Pushkar, Jaipur and Udaipur.

Top Cities in Rajasthan

Jaipur – Founded in 1727, this first planned city of India is popularly known as ‘Pink City’. This capital city and a major tourist destination in Rajasthan, is famed as the largest exporter of gold, diamond and stone jewelry in Asia.

Ajmer – Surrounded by Aravali Mountains, Ajmer, situated 135-kilometers to the west of Jaipur is home to the revered Dargah-Sharif, Taragarh Fort, Brahma Temple and Pushkar Lake.

Jaisalmer – Nicknamed ‘The Golden City’, crowned by a fort, a palace and several ornate Jain-temples, Jaisalmer, in the heart of the Thar Desert, with a choice of heritage hotels stands on a ridge of yellow sandstone located at a distance of 575-kilometers west of Jaipur.

Udaipur – Home to some of the most beautiful lakes in Rajasthan, Udaipur is composed of a great history, culture and scenic locations including the grand ‘Lake Palace’, located at a distance of 403-kilometers to the southwest of Jaipur.

Travel & Lodging:

Well connected with most main cities in India through air, rail and roadways, Jaipur is now an international airport. Well-knit by many national highways and state roadways, NH-8 running from New Delhi to Mumbai passes through Jaipur. Rajasthan has built an effective tourist infrastructure throughout the state and offers a unique 'Heritage Hotel' experience, where several existing palaces have been transformed to serve as grand-hotels.