Rajasthan Travel Guide

Rajasthan is considered as one of the most hot travel destinations of India. It has so many things to offer to its visitors and never fail to impress them with its various tourist attractions. Apart from majestic forts and palaces, wildlife sanctuaries and parks, and lovely lakes, there are many other facets of Rajasthan Fairs & festivals, bustling bazaars, culture and traditions etc are also worth enjoying and observing.

During your Rajasthan travel you will have opportunities to wonder into wildlife sanctuaries, bird sanctuaries, wildlife parks, etc.

Popular Cities:
» Ajmer
» Alwar
» Barmer
» Bharatpur
» Bikaner
» Bundi
» Chittorgarh
» Churu
» Dausa
» Dundlod
» Dungarpur
» Jaipur
» Jaisalmer
» Jaisamand
» Jhunjhunu
» Jodhpur
» Karauli
» Khetri
» Kota
» Kumbhalgarh
» Mandawa
» Mandore
» Mount Abu
» Nagaur
» Nawalgarh
» Pushkar
» Rajsamand
» Ramgarh
» Ranakpur
» Ranthambore
» Samode
» Sawai Madhopur
» Shekhawati
» Udaipur

Forts and Palaces:
» Amber Fort
» City Palace Udaipur
» City Palace Jaipur
» Chittorgarh Fort
» Deeg Palace
» Gadsisar Sagar Tank
» Jaisalmer Fort
» Jaigarh Fort
» Junagarh Fort
» Jal Mahal
» Kumbhalgarh Fort
» Lalgarh Palace
» Lake Palace
» Mehrangarh Fort
» Nahargarh Fort
» Umaid Bhawan Palace
» Taragarh Fort

Fair & Festivals:
» Baneshwar Fair
» Banganga fair
» Braj Mahotssav
» Camel festival
» Desert Festival
» Elephant Festival
» Gangaur Festival
» Kite festival
» Mewar Festival
» Marwar Festival
» Nagaur Fair
» Pushkar Fair
» Summer festival
» Sitabari fair
» Shekhawati fair
» Teej
» Urs Ajmer

Famous Monuments:
» Jantar Mantar
» Eklingji Temple
» Dilwara Temples
» Patwon Ki Haveli
» Hawa Mahal
» BirlaTemple
» Dargah Ajmer Sharief
» Nathmal Ki Haveli
» Ranakpur Jain Temples
» Pushkar Brahma Temple
» Ossian Temples
» Salim Singh Ki Haveli

India is known for its unity in diversity and Rajasthan in itself presents this in a most complete manner where people have been divided in groups and sub-groups based on their roles and trades that haven followed in their families for generations till the time when these people were assigned the work not through their merits but Read more..

Rajasthan as a State is a unique blend of history and modernity. The state has a heritage of courage and valour that passes down generations till date. The richness of its artefacts and the coloured vibrancy of the costumes and traditional attires are alluring for the first timers. Read more..

Arts & Crafts :
Rajasthan is affluent in jewellery and each region has its own unique style. Some of the famous traditional designs are bajuband, gajra, gokhru rakhri, tirnaniyan, bala, jod, etc. The ivory are considered auspicious and most of the women wear them. Ivory is also inlaid and fashioned into elaborate items of great beauty. Read more..

Dance & Music:
There is a great tradition of popular poetry, which is written under the rival banners of Turru and Kalangi. This is a sung in groups in Jikri, Kanhaiyya or Geet(of the Meenas), Hele-ke-Khyal and Bam Rasiya of Eastern Rajasthan. Group singing of classical bandishes, called the Dangal or taalbandi is also unique to this region. Read more..

There is a good network of local transport in Rajasthan. From trains and buses to auto rickshaws, numerous means of transportation in Rajasthan are available. Read more..

Rajasthan is like a shoppers paradise. You can find a range of items in Rajasthan right from handicrafts to paintings to gems and jewelry. Read more..

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