Rajasthan

Top 5 Places to Visit in Rajasthan

  1. Mount Abu – Mount Abu is a hill station that offers exceptional views of the surrounding area. Nakki Lake is a must-see spot near Mount Abu, and you can even rent an affordable paddleboat to get on the water and admire the hills surrounding the lake. Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is at an elevation of 1,200m. The ancient name of Mount Abu is Arbudanchal. It has been a popular retreat from the heat of Rajasthan and neighboring Gujrat for centuries.

The conquest of Mount Abu in 1311 CE by Rao Lumba of the Deora-Chauhan dynasty brought to an end the reign of the Parmars and marked the decline of Mount Abu. He shifted from the capital city to Chandravati in the plains. After the destruction of Chandravati in 1405, Rao Shasmal made Sirohi his headquarters. Later it was leased by the British government from the then Maharaja of Sirohi for use as the headquarters.

2. Bikaner – Not all kingdoms vanquish with the dust of time, some still live and maintain their royal traditions. The legacy of maharajas begins from here. Although the city of Bikaner is home to a palace, a historic fort. Many Indians know it as a destination for foodies with a sweet tooth. One of the local specialties you’ll definitely want to try is Kesar Kulfi. Desert safaris are also popular in Bikaner. It is impossible to miss Bikaner’s Junagarh fort built in the 16th century and now holding an extensive museum about the region.

The Junagarh Fort was built around 1594 CE by Raja Rai Singh. The fort was originally called Chintamani. It is one of the few major forts in Rajasthan which was not built on hilly terrain. The modern city of Bikaner has developed around the fort. The fort is studded with temples, grand palaces, and huge pavilions and walls. In 1961, a museum was set up by Maharaja Karni Singh. Its temples and palaces are preserved as museums and provide insight into the grandiose living style of the past Maharanas of Rajasthan.

3. Chittorgarh – The city of Chittorgarh, situated on the banks of the Berach River, is known for one particularly impressive attraction. The Chittorgarh fort was built in the 7th century. The fort is one of the largest in India and is guarded by seven gates. The fort is large and seeing it all in one day is challenging. It starts with the victory tower built in the 15th century and is illuminated beautifully each night.

4. Pushkar – Pushkar is a holy city and it is known best for its Brahma temple and its annual camel fair. Pushkar is said to be the home of Lord Brahma. The Brahma temple in Pushkar is impossible to miss, especially because of the frequent chanting ceremonies that take place several times a day. Pushkar is home to several other temples devoted to Vishnu, Savitri, and Shiva. Every November, Pushkar comes alive with a camel fair and Hindu pilgrimage.

5. Jaipur – The capital of Rajasthan and is Jaipur. There are three major forts In Jaipur – Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, and Raigarh Fort are also worth exploring the city palace, a stunning blend of Mughal and Rajput design that is so big for most traveler’s cant see it all in a single day. Jaipur is also home to several temples as well as a major bazaar which comes alive each night as the sunsets.

Jaipur Exhibition & Convention Centre (JECC) is in Rajasthan’s biggest convention and exhibition center. It is famous for organizing events such as Vastara, Jaipur Jewellery Show, Stonemart 2015, and Resurgent Rajasthan Partnership Summit 2015.

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