Hawa-Mahal

Welcome To Rajshthan

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The vibrant state of Rajasthan is the ride on the sands of time. The glory of the “Land of Maharajas” is retained by its majestic palaces, forts and monuments. The perfect amalgamation of vibrant culture and rich heritage, tradition and contemporary blends draw innumerable tourists from across the globe every year. The major attractions include the ruins of Indus Valley Civilisation, the oldest mountain range of Aravali, Jain pilgrimage site known as the Dilwara Temples, Karni Mata Temple, Mount Abu – the only hill station in the Indian state of Rajasthan and Sariska Tiger Reserve. Don’t leave Rajasthan prior exploring the ancient citadel of the Kachhawa clan, Amber (pronounced Amer)Sariska Tiger Reserve fort. One of the highlights of a visit to the stunning Amer Fort is the chance to ride an elephant up the hill to the main entrance. Famed as the ‘Venice of the East’, a visit to Udaipur is incomplete without taking a boat cruise in Lake Pichola. Get up close and personal with camels at the Pushkar Fair held every year in the month of October/November. Held over 14 days, it’s visited by more than 400,000 people from around the world and attracts more than 11,000 beautifully adorned camels.

Visit the Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti dargah at Ajmer and tie a mannat(thread), offer Colourful chadars, soulful qawwalis and authentic Mughlai food will make your trip to the dargah a memorable experience. Embark on a jungle safari and look for the national animal of India – Royal Bengal Tiger at the Ranthambore National Park. Don’t miss the desert Safari in Jaisalmer which evokes an amazing picture of the desolation of desert. Treat your taste buds with iconic Dal Baati Churma, the most-loved food in Rajasthan, Laal maans, and Ghevar to sweeten the mouth.

The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to March, when the Sun is not too fiery and intense. Winter season Hawa-Mahalis the perfect time to visit most cities in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is well connected by air, by rail and by road. No matter
what kind of traveller you are, Rajasthan’s rich cultural heritage, majestic palaces, authentic food, and endless opportunities to shop will take your breath away at every step of the venture.

 

 

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