Pride of Rajput- Rajasthan, the Indian state that’s known for its culture, history of Rajput’s, their lifestyles, big forts and palaces, Thar desert, Aravalli mountains, Rajasthani folk music and not to forget Rajasthani food.
This India’s largest state shows India at its most colorful, iconic and exotic best. So, let’s give a glimpse about top 5 cities of Rajasthan which you must explore soon.
Known as Pink City of India, which is also considered as the most instagrammable city. Almost 4-5 hours away from Delhi, people go here very often and why won’t they?
After all, there’s so much to explore that you will get tired but places won’t fall any short.
Start with eating a hearty meal at Chokhi Dhani and explore 300 years old gorgeous Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Bapu and Johari Bazaar and many more such stunning places.
This city is also known as ‘City of Lakes’. It’s evident that its main attraction are the beautiful lakes.
This picturesque location at the foothills of Aravalli mountains is home to various palaces, forts and some magnificent and popular temples.
This city is also known for its warm hospitality. And if you’re here, you must visit City Palace, Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar Lake, Jaisalmand Lake, Saheliyon ki Baari, the Royale Vintage Car Museum.
This is the Golden City of India which is the most loved city of tourists and travellers. This city is called Golden city because most of the city’s built with golden coloured sandstones.
The main highlight here is Thar desert where people go out for a Desert Safari and Camel Safari in the vast sand dunes of the desert.
Jaisalmer is famous for its ancient architecture, forts, art and craft, local cuisine and shopping of Rajasthani outfits and souvenirs.
When you’re here, you must visit Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon ki Haweli, Bada Bagh, Thar Heritage Museum, Sam Sand Dunes and Gadisar Lake.
It is the largest city of Rajasthan and also known as ‘Blue City’. Here you’ll see most of the buildings painted in blue color.
Filled with forts and temples, Jodhpur is a historic destination with plenty of appeal. A trip to Rajasthan is incomplete if you haven’t seen Jodhpur’s largest and best best-maintained Mehrangarh Fort which gives you the entire view of Jodhpur city.
You must also visit Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Garden and Kaylana Lake.
When we talk about Bikaner, apart from mesmerizing forts, it is famous for its food, especially sweets and snacks. It’s literally a heaven for foodies.
Bikaner’s Ghewar, Kesar Kulfi, Bikaneri Bhujia, Raj Kachori are something you can’t leave without eating.
With this, desert safaris are also popular in Bikaner and you can ride a camel into the desert to explore the local culture and landscape here.
You must visit Junagarh fort, Lalgarh Palace, National Research Centre on Camel and Bhandasar Jain Temple.
With all this, you must agree that Rajasthan has definitely has so much to become your favourite travel destination. There are so many places to explore for the wanderers like us.
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