Romantic Rajasthan Tour -
When you visit in Rajasthan, you will be mesmerized by the design of this place. It will really make you proud regarding workmanship and skill involved at that time. You will also fascinated by the friendly peoples and also the cuisines when you travel to Rajasthan to a different place. It will be really expertise and you may keep in mind this throughout your life. Palaces in Rajasthan are very outstanding symbols of Indian design. Visit Rajasthan and have a visit to recollect throughout life.
Jodhpur has the Umaid Bhavan – one of the world’s largest and finest palaces, and the Mehrangarh Fort. Jaisalmer, too, has a Golden Fort, called so, because it is built upon a hill in its’ golden sand, besides more Jain temples, and a lake! Further ahead is Bikaner with a camel breeding farm, temples and another fort – the Junagadh Fort. Mandawa’s Nawalgarh Fort or Bala Kila are popular with tourists, while its’ attractive Roop Niwas Palace having pretty gardens inlaid with fountains has become a Heritage Site.
There are two luxury trains to take you along in comfort, lending a touch of elegance to your travels – the Palace-on-Wheels and the Royal Rajasthan-on-Wheels, with ambience befitting royalty, huge windows to let you enjoy the scenery undisturbed while you are on board the train, and halts at several important cities where guides will take you around. You will be spoiled for cuisine and liquor in these trains, personalised service, luxurious cabins, besides an excellent spa and gym on board the Royal Rajasthan-on-Wheels.
You can spend your holiday in Alwar Rajasthan. Alwar is one of the oldest cities of Rajasthan and this is delight for the anthropologist. It is also called as Matsyas Desh as Pandavas used up 13 years at this place. The nights are temperate within the month of night with the temperature declining to the amount of twenty-eight C. You can visit Alwar via rail, air or road. The nearest airport is Jaipur. For those who love nature and adventure, Sawai Madhopur, which boasts of the 1,000-years old Ranthambore Fort and lakes, is the perfect place for getting acquainted with the region’s wildlife.
the world-renowned Dargah of the famous Hazrat Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti at Ajmer. once you’ve been to Rajasthan and seen its’ charming cities and sites, you will want to return for more. Faith and history associate with Ajmer! After an early breakfast in Jaipur, start for the Dargah Sharif, the final resting place of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, which is crowded with devotees from all over the world…..where the air is thick with the scent of roses and incense and the fervour of prayer, but is also a complex full of many structures such as the marble tomb chamber having a soothing arena with silver doors and a golden finial.
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