India's princely state Rajasthan is a charming deserted country. The land lies in the north region of the Thar Desert and boasts the legends associated with the Maharajas. Rajasthan is a hub for royal architectural brilliance, exotic wildlife and a shining example of Indian statehood. Rajasthan Tour packages offer a unique blend of heritage sites and vivacious attires. They also showcase the majestic culture of Rajasthan, which attracts many visitors from around the globe to see the state's royal legacy.
Many cities in Rajasthan are home to many architectural gems, which make it the crown jewel of Rajasthan. The cities to see or explore during the Rajasthan tour include Udaipur, the city of lakes, Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur, also known as Sun City, Bikaner and Jaisalmer, the golden city. Visitors are drawn to the chaotic and captivating charm of these architectural wonders. Rajasthan is a perfect combination of magnificent temples, majestic Forts, and royal palaces that makes it a popular tourist destination.
Jaipur's elephant ride at the huge fortified Amber fort to the jeep safari to see the elusive Ranthambore tigers, from Jaipur’s distinctive golden fort of Jaisalmer to Kumbhalgarh Fort’s second longest wall, from City Palace Of Udaipur’s magnificent grandeur to the stunning wall paintings of Samode Palace to the wonderful assortment of courtyards and terraces at Junagarh Fort, Bikaner to intricate carvings in the Brahma temple of Ajmer has beautifully detailed carvings of Ajmer's of Ajmer, Rajasthan holds every inch of Ajmer.
Hawa Mahal is known for its lattice-sized windows, Jal Mahal and City Palace, which reflect the grandeur and splendour of Rajasthan in Jaipur. Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada and Jaswant Thada are also must-see spots.
The rarest temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, located in Pushkar on the banks of Pushkar lake is surrounded by the Aravali range, and can be found at Pushkar. The legend says that a dip in Pushkar lake will wash away all sins. It is also one of the holiest cities in Rajasthan, which draws thousands of pilgrims throughout the year.
Rajasthan is home to many endangered and exotic species of wildlife, in addition to the architectural genius of its rulers. Ranthambore National Park is part of the Project Tiger Reserve Initiative by the Indian Government. You can see many migratory birds at Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary and Keoladeo Wildlife Sanctuary.
A camel safari in Jaisalmer sand dunes offers a memorable and exciting experience that will be treasured for a lifetime. This safari is a great way to visit remote villages and to get to know the lifestyle of the people. Rajasthani cuisine, breathtaking views of the sunset, open skies, camping, bonfire, and camping are all included in the Rajasthan tour package.
Rajasthan's Daal Bhati Churma is a traditional Rajasthani dish that's well-known for its sweet and spicy flavours. This culturally rich state has exquisite cuisines that showcase the best of India's diverse flavours.
Rajasthan's deserted state is full of vibrant colours that can be seen while shopping there. Rajasthan market is home to blue pottery, embroidered fabrics, jewels, gems, jewellery, vibrant footwear, miniatures, artefacts, and other items. You will find everything you need here, from the local vendors to the highly-rated shops. The hospitality of the locals makes Rajasthan Heritage tours a complete success.
Heritage And Cultural Rajasthan Tour provides a short description of each place, but it is difficult to convey the beauty and eternal wonder of this princely state with a thousand words. Rajasthan tourism uses the phrase Jaane Ka dikh Jaye to describe Rajasthan's incredible unpredictable nature. You will embark on a royal journey through Rajasthan, where every inch of the place will inform you about the rich heritage and royal culture of Rajasthan.