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Title: 10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Rajasthan at Least Once10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Rajasthan at Least Once


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10 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Rajasthan At
Least Once
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INTROUCTION
  • Rajasthan is known for its memorable slope
    fortifications and royal residences, which are
    guaranteed as the best traveler objective for
    castles. Umaid Bhawan castle is the biggest
    imperial royal residence in Rajasthan.

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1. The ancient forts and palaces
  • There are more than 360 temples in the fort
    complex. The fort is also known for its 'Badal
    Mahal'. The second courtyard is famous for
    Diwan-i-Aam, Sheesh Mahal, and Sikh Mahal.

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2. The heritage hotels
  • Heritage hotels are the pride of Rajasthan and
    showcase the unparalleled craftsmanship of the
    past. you can experience the best hospitality in
    heritage hotels in Rajasthan tour packages. There
    are budget heritage hotels in Rajasthan.

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3. The wildlife
  • In Rajasthan holiday packages, the royal state
    treats wildlife enthusiasts and bird lovers
    equally. Its vast landscape features incredible
    wildlife pockets, including endangered and rare
    species. Some of the state's wildlife sanctuaries
    and national parks include Ranthambore National
    Park, Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary.

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4. The city of colors
  • The famous story behind it is that in 1876, the
    city of Jaipur was painted in terracotta pink to
    welcome the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria.
    During this time Jaipur was ruled by the Maharaja
    Sawai Ram Singh. The painting of blue houses by
    Brahmins in the city was a characteristic of
    theirs.

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5. And the villages are fascinating
  • Apart from major tourist destinations like
    Jaipur, Jaisalmer, and Ranthambore, Rajasthan
    tour packages also have many small and old
    villages which are known to attract a lot of
    tourists and travelers. Located in the Nagaur
    district of the Indian state of Rajasthan, this
    beautiful village in Rajasthan is steeped in rich
    history and culture.

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6. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • The features of the Rajput royals that once ruled
    this colorful and vibrant state are now
    prestigious World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan.
    These places are either ruins of ancient
    structures or prosperous forts and even a safe
    haven for wildlife.

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7. The vibrant and colorful festivals and fairs
  • Some reflect ethnicity, some reflect the
    heritage, and some are purely cultural events.
    Truly in Rajasthani style, these festivals are
    definitely a celebration of life, heritage, and
    culture. This gives tourists a chance to see the
    different colors of the state.

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8. Rajasthani art and folk dance
  • Coincidentally, Rajasthani, Ghoomar is probably
    the most popular folk dance in India. This dance
    form was introduced by the Bhil tribe and was
    later adopted by the royal communities of
    Rajasthan, including the Rajputs.

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9. The scenic lakes
  • One of the most amazing lakes in Rajasthan is
    Lake Pichola which dates back to the 14th
    century. It boasts of four charming islands, but
    the presence of ancient temples and royal palaces
    amazes with its architectural grandeur and
    splendor.

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10. The shopping at the bazaars
  • The specialty of this market is that bandhej and
    bodywear which are commonly known as tie and
    dyeing products are a must-buy for every tourist.
    You can also have beautiful turbans, leather
    goods, and hand-painted, vibrant sarees at home
    that reflect the extravagant Rajasthani culture.
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