Rajasthan-“Delve into the Land of Rajputs”

Tourist Place Name



Northwest Region of India

Main Attraction

Sheesh Mahal, Amer Fort and Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal and Jaigarh Fort

Best Time To Visit

Every year October to March


Winter Season Min 0°C to Max 16°C and Summer Seas

About Rajsthan


Rajasthan is the land where camel moves in a lethargic way over the sand dunes of Thar. The scenic beauty of Rajsathan is filled with beautiful places peaceful lakes, temples and the forts situated on the hill top of rocky Aravali. It is the land of the dynasties of warrior Rajputs.


Must visits include-

  1. Sheesh Mahal
  2. Amer Fort and Palace
  3. Jaigarh Fort
  4. Jantar Mantar
  5. Hawa Mahal
  6. Jal Mahal
Tourist Attractions

Ajmer - The Door of Khwaja

The city of Ajmer is situated in Rajasthan. It has Ana seagull lake on one side and Aravali on the top. Ajmer is the pilgrim place. It has Fort of Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hussan Chaisti. The city has many monuments of the Mughal Era. It has a fort build by Akbar.  

Bikaner - The City of Forts

India’s north western province is  the desert city. One can spot the site of well-fed camels in Bikaner. The city has  Ganganagar and Hanumannagar in the  northern side, whereas Churu lies the east. A Mughal army general Raja Rai Singh had built the Junagarh Fort  in 1593.  Many parts of  Dewan-II-Khas, Hawa Mahal, the Phool Mahal, Anup Mahal  and Badal Mahal- portrait glorious architecture of Bikaner. The Lalgarh Palace is also well known. . Some portions of the palace are  converted into  hotels while others into a museum. One of them is named as the Sadul Museum.  The other tourist attractions are The Bhandasar Jain Temple, Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum and The Camel Research Farm.

Chittorgarh - The Victory Tower
Chittorgarh is a center of attraction for tourists. Some of the places to visit are  Rana Kumbha Palace, the Archeological Museum, the Singa Chowri Temple, and the Fateh Prakash Palace and Museum. The Victory Tower or Vijay Stambh is a memorandum of  Rana Kumbha’s victory  over Mahmud Khilji.To the south of Rana;s Palace are some other  is the tourist spot. They are the Palace of Queen Padmini, Sammidheshwara Temple and Gaumukh reservoir are popular tourist hubs. The Tower of Fame or Kirti Stambh is another important monument. Other places to visit are  the Bhimtal Tank, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Meera Temple, Kumbha Shyam Temple, and the  Kalika Mata Temple.

Kota - City of Palaces

Kota or shall we say the city of palaces is located on the banks of the Chambal River. It is said to be the largest fort-palace complex in Rajasthan. Also,the museum in the city palace is a must visit, as it has a good collection of artifacts.Other center of attraction are Kishore Sagar tank, the little Jagmandir Palace, located on a small island. The common tourist places are Chhattar Bilas gardens, Brij Vilas Palace Museum and the Chambal gardens.

Mount Abu - Hill Station of Rajasthan

Situated 1200m above the sea level is the only hill station of Rajasthan. It is popular for and annual summer festival and Dilwara Temples. The best time to visit is during September to December and February to June.

Pushkar- The Land of Fairs and Festivals

The Pushkar fair held in the month of October or November. The Brahma Temple, the only temple of the Lord Brahma is in Pushkar.

Jaipur - The Capital City

This capital city of Rajasthan is popular as the Pink City as the building is predominantly made up of Pink stones. It is dotted with Rajasthan and Mughal architecture. It has now museum in one section while in the rest while royal family still lives. Jantar Mantar is built by Jai Singh. The city name is in the name of jai Singh. The hilltop fort of Amber, Nahargarh and Jaigarh together constitute the Rajputana legacy. Some other places are Albert Museum, Jaipur Museum, Birla Mandir, Sisodia Rani Park, Planetarium.

Jaisalmer - The Famous Havelis

It is a city of haves which have a remarkable work of architecture and is a part of national heritage. It is like a twinkling star that shine amidst the hot deserts of Rajasthan. The Jaisalmer Fort, perched atop the triangular shaped Trikuta hills, it has some Jain temple buildings. It has natural highways, a railway track and an airstrip which makes it easily approachable. The best season to see it, is between October and march. It is a hub of tourist activities.

Jodhpur - The Umaid Bhavan

It is situated at the edge of  the Thar desert. It’s the 2nd largest city of Rajasthan. The Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan was constructed to give employment to the famine-struck population of Jodhpur. The other tourist spots are Jaswant Thade and meander garden. It was the ashram of Rishi Mandu. Its gate is known as the Ajit Pole. Giridkot and Sardar Market are known for a wide range of handicrafts. Some picnic spots are Balsamand Lake and Garden.

How to Reach

How To Reach Rajasthan

  1. By rail- It's well connected to the major stations of the country through a strong railway network and regular important trains. It has one of the most luxurious trains in the World, the Palace on the Wheels.
  2. By air- The four airports of the state are Jaisalmer, Sanganer in Jaipur, Kota and Udaipur.
  3. By bus- Many private as well as government buses run regularly from the capital to most of the cities in Rajasthan. Also, cabs are available at many places in the state.

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