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Touring the Sandy Land of India in a Royal Way

Author: Devendra Singh
by Devendra Singh
Posted: Apr 11, 2014

Exotic Locations for Mandatory Visit: Among the most famous places of interest the Pink city of Jaipur (also the capital of Rajasthan), the Lakes City of Udaipur, Bikaner- the Camel City, the Golden City- Jaisalmer, the Blue City of Jodhpur, the City of 'Frescoed Havelis'- Mandawa, the 'Land of Dargah Sharif'- Ajmer and the 'Land of Lord Brahma'- Pushkar are all included. You will also be exposed to the ornamental palace and forts along with the colourful markets in your Rajasthan trip.

Here is a list of the famed cities where you must make halts during your trip to Rajasthan.

The Lakes City-Udaipur: The town of Udaipur has a lot to offer with its elegant palaces and nature's beauty in its collection of lakes. It is even considered one of the most romantic cities of India because of the ambience and array of culturally rich sites it beholds. The major tourist attractions include the Udai Sagar Lake, the Fateh Sagar Lake, the Nagda Temple, the Eklingji Temple, the Lake Palace, the Jagdish Temple, the Fateh Prakash Palace, the Monsoon Palace, the Pichola Lake and other such exclusive natural and man-made beauty.

The Pink City-Jaipur: The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is nicknamed as the 'Pink City' owing to the prominent pink color in the city. Your will full worth of your visit to places like the Albert Hall, the museum, the City Palace, the Jantar Mantar, the Hawa Mahal, the Jaigarh fort, the Amber Fort, the Nahagarh Fort and a variety of Heritage Hotels. You can put up in any of these hotels to enjoy a royally luxurious hospitality. You can also go for a pilgrimage to Pushkar and Ajmer from here. At Pushkar, you will come across the Brahma temple, the Savitri temple, the Gayatri temple, the Pushkar Palace and the 'holy lake'. And if you plan to go to Ajmer, you will get a chance to take blessings form the Dargah Sharif.

The Camel City-Bikaner: This city has rightly been termed as the 'City of Camels' as you behold a sight of the desert ships running all over the city limits and further beyond. Bikaner is a traveller's prized visits in the land of Rajasthan. Its booming business in tourism is evident through the increasing number of people visiting the Havelis, the Lalgarh Palace and the beautiful and very historic Fort of Junagarh every year. This place is also popular for the sand dunes which nature lovers come to visit from the world over.

The City of Frescoed Haveils-Mandawa: Located in the Shekhawati region of Rajahstan, Mandawa is another popular destination in Rajasthan Tour. Its fame is owing to the thickly-populated havelis with frescoes, wall paintings, miniature paintings and murals that have been built in this place. Apart from tourists, historians and archaeologists are also attracted to Mandawa for this very reason. The Mandawa Fort and the numerous havelis are the prime tourist attractions in Mandawa.

Apart from these cities and towns, you have a whole treasure of cultural exposure to be exploited and enjoyed thoroughly in your Rajasthan tour. The lanes and market places are covered with colourful items like wooden carvings, woven clothes, camel wear, mirror work and huge range of fabric works and handicrafts. Celebration in this land is a grand affair. Festivals like Bikaner Camel Festivals, Mount Abu Summer Festivals, Jaisalmer Desert Festivals, the unique Kite Festivals have all been initiated to attract more tourists in this land.

So, it is waste of time to keep waiting. Instead book the next flight to Rajasthan and give yourself a chance to be pampered in a royal way, enjoying the true beauty of Nature, making your holiday experience a grand one.

About the Author

Devendra Singh Dhauni is an Seo Executive and specializing in articles writing at Namaste India Trip. Traveling is one of my favorite hobbies.

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