Rajasthan – literally ‘Land of Kings’ – conforms to a popular ideal of romantic India, boasting more maharajas’ palaces, camel treks and colourful festivals than you could experience in a lifetime. Rajputana was Rajasthan's old name under the British “land of the Rajputs”, and the Maharaja of Mewar (Udaipur) was the acknowledged head of their 36 states. Rajasthan, the largest (area-wise) state in India. It is packed with history, art and culture that goes back several centuries. Land of a people who are brave and chivalrous, people with a warlike lifestyle around whom grew the most amazing legends of romance and heroism. There is a certain magic about travelling through Rajasthan which is unequalled by any other palace in the world. It is a land of superlatives… everything here is breathtakingly beautiful, impressive and fascinating. The main destinations in rajasthan are: Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore, Mount Abu.
Jaipur: Laxminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir) & Chokhi Dhani, Amber Fort & Palace, "Gaitore" Cenetophs (Front View), Jal Mahal, City Palace & Museum, Jantar Mantar (Observatory) & Hawa Mahal.
Udaipur: Fateh Sagar, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Nehru Garden, Sehelion-KI-Bari - Queen’s resort for their friends, Sukhadia Circle, Bhartiya Lok kala Museum, City Palace – The largest palace complex of Rajasthan, Jagdish Temple – built by Maharana Jagat Singh and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu & Gulab Bagh.
Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer Fort which is made by unique Golden Lime stone, that’s why its known as Golden Fort or Sonar Kella, Patwon-ki-haveli, Nathmal-ki-haveli, Salim singh-ki-Haveli, Gadishar Lake. In Evening you can enjoy camel ride on Sam Sand Dunes & you can experience the spectacular view of Sun set in Thar Desert.
Jodhpur: Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Mehrangarh Fort, Moti Mahal and Phool Mahal, Jaswant Thada - an imposing marble cenotaph built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II around 1899, Kaylana Lake and Mandore Garden.
Ranthambore National Park: Enjoy jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park by Jeep / Canter (At your own cost).
Mount Abu: Prajapita Brahmakumari, Adhar Devi Temple, Achalgarh, Guru Sikhar, Dilwara Jain Temple, Honeymoon Point, Art Gallery & Nakki Lake where you can enjoy boat ride in at your own cost. In the Evening enjoy the sunset from Sunset View Point in Mt. Abu.
Ajmer / Pushkar: Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargah, Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara, Ana Sagar Lake & drive to Pushkar (14 km), visit various temples and Ghats and holy Pushkar Lake. There are more than 400 hundred temples in Pushkar but the main attraction being the temple of Lord Brahma, the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma.
The most popular ones are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Keoladeo National Park, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Tigers, elephants, boars, bears, several species of birds, and various other inhabitants of the wild greet you to these wildlife sanctuaries.
The Temples of Rajasthan depicts the great architectural structures that are focused on 8th to 11th century. It is the existing evidence to the artists and the lifestyles of the Maharajahs of Rajasthan.
Shopping (Jewellery, Gem stones, Paintings, Carpets, metal work, Fabric Work, Pickles, famous for range of papads, spices, jhodhpuri jutti’s).
An amazing glamping site, Starlit sky, lively folk dances, colorful puppet shows, delicious authentic meals, and cozy beddings are experiences that make camping in Rajasthan such a rage.
Rajasthani cuisines is known to have typical rajasthani meat dishes, curries, sweets and dishes. Its comprises food and recipes which can last for days and years like Gond Ke Laddu and Jaipur Ki Gajak.
Camel Safari, Desert Safari, Fairs (Nagaur fair, Gangaur Mela- Celebrated after holi, Pushkar Camel Fair- (5days fair During Oct- Nov).