‘Padharo Sa’ (Welcome) to Royal Rajasthan, a land of attractions, a land of glories, a land that resonates Indian culture and heritage. With a myriad of destinations, the state seduces the travelers. Holidaying, heritage tour, pilgrimage tour, cultural trip or honeymoon – you objective may vary but the charm of the state remains the same. People love sightseeing in the exotic lands of Rajasthan. Sightseeing options in here are many. It just depends on your taste and preferences.
Forts and Palaces of Rajasthan:
The state is dotted with many monumental resplendence. Each region has its possessions to be proud of. The forts and palaces not only exhibit the lavish lifestyle of the emperors of Mewar but also depict their sense of perfection of fine arts and architecture. These structures have been heavily embellished with murals, frescoes, engravings, carvings, miniature paintings, chandeliers and other decorative pieces for the interiors. The architecture of these edifices is a blend of Mughal and Rajput styles. Some of the forts and palaces worth visiting are City Palace Jaipur and Udaipur, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh fort, Amber fort, Jantar Mantar, Lake Palace, Chittorgarh fort, Mehrangrah fort, Jaisalmer fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Pushkar Brahma temple, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Patwo ki Haveli, Nathmal ki Haveli, Musi Maharani ki Chattri etc.
Thar Desert Safari Tour:
The docile Thar welcomes the guests with beautiful views. Even travelers love to unravel the charm of Thar. Cale Safaris and Desert safaris are a hot attraction of Rajasthan. Camping under starlit night in the deluxe tents has fascinated one and all. Excursions to the adjoining villages of desert and having a homestay there is also much endeared activity of tourists. Discover the heritage and culture of rural life and Rajasthan on your sightseeing trip of desert.
Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in Rajasthan :
Surprisingly the state of Rajasthan has housed some fabulous Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks. Jungle Safaris are much sought after by the visitors. The parks ans sanctuaries have been a home to domestic and non indigenous species of flora and fauna. Some famous destinations where you can enjoy wildlife sightseeing are Ranthambore, Sariska and Bharatpur. Some of these were the hunting reserves of the Maharajas. While other parks as Desert National Park and Sanctuaries in Western Rajasthan have been established to preserve the endangered and rare species.
Temples and Religious Places in Rajasthan:
Rajasthan is no short of temples and pilgrimage centers. These sites are a place to offer your prayer, to seek blessings, to find the spiritual you and to feel divinity. The fairs and festivals held at these places are a place of great attraction for tourists. The temples are an abode of divine bliss and specimen of great architecture. Pat your homage at Brahma temple, Eklingi Temple, Karni Mata Temple, Kaila Devi Temple, Shrinathji Temple, Birla Temple, Govind devji Temple, Galta Temple, Ossain Temples, Jain Temples and Dargah at Ajmer Sharif.