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Title: Tryst with the Desert State of Rajasthan

Tryst with The Desert State of Rajasthan
Are you planning a trip to the Desert State
Rajasthan If yes, it is recommended to set aside
at least a week to explore this lovely state and
its amazing culture and heritage. The Rajasthan
tour would include Jaipur, Udaipur, Ranakpur,
Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Mandawa. All these places
are known for their unique attractions and are
known for a rich past that
has helped in making the cities what they are
today. In many cities, a perfect and eclectic
blend of traditionalism with modernism will be
seen, which makes them truly special. Look for a
suitable Rajasthan short tour which would offer
an opportunity to explore the vibrant beauty and
rich culture of Rajasthan.
Jaipur The City of Temples
Start your tour from the famous Amber Fort, which
is known for its amazing architectural marvels
manifested in the magnificent, Sheesh Mahal and
Sheetla Mata Temple, the deity of the Jaipur
Rajput Rulers. After Amber Fort, we will visit
the Nahargarh and Jaigarh Fort, famous forts
in Jaipur. While coming back to the city, you can
check out beautiful City Palace, Jantar Mantar,
and Gobind Devji Temple. At City Palace, a lot of
artifacts from the recent times can be explored.
You will then continue with your sightseeing trip
and visit Hawa Mahal, Birla Temple, Moti Dungri
Ganesh Ji Temple and back to the hotel for the
night stay. All these places have a unique story
to tell and share.
Udaipur The City of Lakes
The city is known for its scenic views and
beautiful lakes, hence the name given. It is
another bastion of Rajputi glory and courage.
There are many stories about the courage and
valor of the Rajput Kings of this area,
particularly Maharana Pratap. He fought with the
Mughals for a long time to save his beloved
homeland from the Mughal clutches. There is no
dearth of monuments in the city
dedicated to Maharana Pratap and his beloved
horse, Chetak. The journey to this city is
equally exciting. You can come across the real
beauty of Rajasthan on the way. Explore the land
of Rajput rulers who died saving their homeland
from the Mughal control. This is the land of
Maharana Pratap and the glimpses of erstwhile
times can be seen in its monuments dotting the
scenic landscape of Udaipur. This city is not
only known for its history but its rich culture
and scenic attractions.
Ranakpur- The City of Jain Temples
Ranakpur is known for its famous Temple, made up
of marble. This spectacular temple is known for
its Maru-Gurjara architecture. This temple is
dedicated to Tirthankara Adinatha. The
architectural style of this temple is a wonderful
example of the skills and abilities of the
Rajasthani craftsmen. This Chomukha
Temple symbolizes the cosmos. The halls have
twenty-four pillars, and four hundred columns
supported high ceilings and magnificent domes.
Jodhpur- The Marudhara
Jodhpur- the land of Suryavanshis has always been
the stronghold of Rajputs. This city was
developed by Rao Jodha. The sightseeing would
begin with the famous Mehrangarh Fort made of
sandstone. Perched atop a hill, this Fort houses
the famous Phool Mahal and Moti Mahal. Close to
Fort, another famous monument is a marble made
cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Thada II- Jaswant
Thada. Other places that will be visited are
Balsamand Palace, and most magnificent of all-
the famous Umaid Bhawan Palace. Moreover, Jodhpur
is a shoppers delight. You can buy beautiful
bandhni fabrics, jutis, antiques, and many other
local handicraft items. You can enjoy the famous
Mirch bada and Pyaz Kachori with creamy lassi.
Bikaner- The City of Historical Monuments
The city boasts of many historical monuments,
forts, and palaces. Built by Rao Bikaji in the
year 1488 AD, the city speaks volumes about the
finesse of Rajput architectural style. The tour
will begin from the imposing and formidable
Junagarh Fort. The fort has been imparted a lot
of beauty with picturesque courtyards. Next, we
move on to the Lalgarh Palace, Gajner Palace,
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and Ganga Singh Museum.
Deshnok Temple is located close to Bikaner which
is known as the Rat Temple. You can also go
for Rajasthan Camel Safari tour and enjoy
mesmerizing views of the city.
Mandawa- The City of Havelis
Visit the famous havelis of Mandawa, known for
their colorful frescoes. The city was established
by Thakur Nawal Singh in the year 1755. Many of
the descendants of former Thakurs still reside
here in the beautiful mansions and havelis. One
of the finest
Rajasthani castles, Mandawa Castle also attracts
a large number of visitors. Here, you can also
explore old costumes, armoire collection, canons,
numismatic collection, ancient coins,
etc. The tour package of Rajasthan chosen by you
with Erco Travels, it is a reliable tour operator
in India will help you explore the destination at
a leisurely pace and allow you to know a lot
about Rajasthani culture, history, traditions,
architectural marvels, and spirituality.
Contact Us
Contact Info-Address C - 53, Shashi Garden,
Pocket 5 Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Delhi-110091
India Tel 91 11 45329913Fax 91 11 2275
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