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10 Places to Visit in the Rajasthan – Royal State of India

Rajasthan is a royal state, where you can find the Rajputana royal heritage and culture still preserved in good condition. It is the place to take a historic tour, desert tour and adventure tour in India. The below mentioned are top 10 places to visit in the Rajasthan State, India.

Jaipur (Pink City)

The Rajasthan tour is the best to start from the capital city Jaipur. The historic monuments like Amer Fort, Jal Mahal and Hawa Mahal are the standing architectural marvel of the Rajputana style. The Jantar Mantar and Digamber Jain temple are another important place to visit once in Jaipur. The Albert Hall Museum is the best for history buffs.


The Udaipur is popular as the City of lakes and Palaces. You will be stunned to see magnificent places in the center of a lake and nearby the lake area. The Monsoon Palace, Udaipur City Palace and Lake Palace are important to cover in tour packages for Udaipur. The Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake are the artificial lakes made by the erstwhile Rajasthan royals. The Saheliyon-ki-Bari and Pratap Park are the best place to roam about in the garden with water bodies and beautiful sculptures.


Jodhpur is in the center of Rajasthan making it busy with tourists to travel to other destination. The Mehrangarh Fort is the landmark of Jodhpur, which you must visit first. The Jodhpur Cenotaph Mandore is a royal garden. The Jaswant Thada mausoleum will astound you as you can feel how the royals where given the last rights after their death.


Jaisalmer is the city of castles. It is also popular as golden city due to yellow sand stone structures. The Jaisalmer fort is the major attraction. This is also the place, where the Thar Desert starts in full-fledged towards the west. You can find moving sand dunes in the desert area. It has many lakes and Jain temples.


Bikaner is the place to taste the delicious Rajasthani cousins. The Laxmi Niwas Palace and Lalgarh Palaceare the standing history of royal art and craft on stone structure. The Junagarh Fort will give you the prime importance of how a fort can save from invasion. The Ganga Singh Museum and Sadul Singh Museums display the royal Rajasthan’s arts and crafts.


The Pushkar Temple, Pushkar Valley and camel fair are famous in Ajmer. The Lake Anasagar and Lake Foy Sagar are major lakes in Ajmer. The Akbari Fort & Museumhas vast collection of the royals. The Taragarh is a hilltop Fort with historic importance in Ajmer, which you must not miss. It gives the glimpse of the Aravali Mountains in Rajasthan.

Sawai Madhopur

The Sawai Madhopur is the best place to see history and wildlife. The magnificent Ranthambore Fort will take a day to see all its attractions. This fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rajasthan. The Ranthambore National Park is also nearby to this hilltop fort. You can see the much wildlife in this natural forest.


Chittorgarh is a place to see history, heritage and fort. The Chittor Fort is the landmark of Chittorgarh. You must also visit the Rana Kumbha Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace and Rani Padmini’s palace once in Rajasthan. The Kirti Stambha and Vijaya Stambha are important pillars with mind-blowing artisanship. The famous Meera temple is here.

Mount Abu

The mount Abu is the popular hill station to get away from the crouching sun in Rajasthan. It is 4000-ft above the mean sea level and weather condition in the summer is below 30-degree Celsius and in the winter below 10-degree Celsius. It has wild life sanctuary and hilltop Jain temples. You can visit in any season in Mount Abu.


Alwar is the best place to see wildlife, lakes and forts in one place. The famous forts here are Alwar fort, Hill Fort Kesroli and Bhangarh Fort. The Cenotaph of Musi Maharani is a beautiful old monument in Alwar District of Rajasthan. The Siliserh Lake and Jaisamand Lake are its major water bodies. You can see the Aravalli hills as rolling stones throughout the Alwar.

The Tour Packages for Rajasthan are budget friendly. The best season to visit Rajasthan is from July to February. The summer is too hot, and winter is too cold in Rajasthan. This is a tourist friendly place.

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