Rajasthan: The Land of Kingdoms
The beauty of Rajasthan Tourism can be felt in its sand dunes, lakes, forts, palaces, wildlife sanctuaries and safaris. Nestled in the western side of India, Rajasthan is known for the Thar Desert, genesis of Indus Valley Civilisation, Aravalli Mountain Ranges, Dilwara Temples and colourful festivals. Embracing the culture of Rajasthan is commensurate with exploring the nostalgic past of India. The past of Rajasthan originates from little villages, divine customs, and colourful attires and of course, the magnanimous Rajputana architecture. The seven important divisions in Rajasthan are Bharatpur, Kota, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Udaipur and Jaipur.
There are several tourist attractions in Rajasthan. Jaipur, also known as the 'Pink City' is replete with ancient forts, monuments, palaces and gardens. The elaborate architecture and stunning views imparted by most of them is simply exotic. Jaipur, thus, is also an essential part of the Golden Triangle Circuit, which also includes Delhi and Agra. One can get lost in the beauty of shimmering lakes in Udaipur, also called as the 'Venice of the East.' Jodhpur or the 'Blue City' has enthralling blue coloured buildings, designed with panache. Those searching for spiritual quest can visit Pushkar where Brahma Temple is located. Apart from these, Rajasthan is also known for Ranthambhore National Park, Keoladeo National Park and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.recommended tours