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Rajasthan is a perfect blend of ethnic and modern values. It is popularly known as the Land of Maharajas. The name is totally justified as it has splendid forts and palaces depicting richness, romanticism, heroism, and loyalty. This unique state attracts numerous tourists every year with its rich culture along with enchanting music and art. It is situated in the middle of desert and is surrounded by the oldest mountain range of India, the Aravallis. It also observes various fairs and festivals within the state that are famous worldwide. It also houses exotic wildlife that makes a perfect holiday.

Rajasthan is a land that offers great collection like Forts, palaces, havelis, wildlife, sand dunes, religious places, fairs and festivals, safaris, handicrafts, etc. altogether giving its visitors an ultimate experience. Some of its fastest growing cities are Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur. Though the cities are developing rapidly adopting modernism yet the simplicity and hospitality did not fade away. Therefore, it is one of the major tourist destinations of India.

Hawa Mahal - the Palace of Wind in Jaipur, Jantar Mantar, the City of Lakes- Udaipur and its Lake Palace, Jaisalmer Fort and ancient havelis along with a Sufi shrine at Ajmer and the city of Pushkar (where the biggest cattle fair is held), the Thar Desert are the major attractions in Rajasthan. Other attractions include Kota and Bundi with ancient forts & palaces and hilly terrain.

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The state serves a perfect place to shop the traditional handicrafts and colorful attires, ethnic jewelry and mojaris/jutis which you can collect as souvenirs for your loved ones.
Visit this majestic place in between Mid October and mid March to enjoy the fullest.


Most Popular Tourist Destination of Rajasthan


There is a timeless appeal in the colourful bazaars of Jaipur


The Udaipur city is a vision in white, drenched in romance and beauty.


The Jodhpur is the second biggest city and is on the edge of Thar Desert.


Jaisalmer is a remote and isolated outpost in the Thar Desert

Sawai Madhopur

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in the Rajasthan state of India,
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Bharatpur city is mostly known for the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary.

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