India has truly beautiful land and culture to explore such as Rajasthan. I stumbled upon this lovely city 3 years ago while visiting a fellow architect friend.
Rajasthan’s magnificent State boasts glorious towns filled with sparkling palaces, crumbling forts, and picturesque sunsets. Rajasthan can easily steal your heart with its mystical beauty, walk the alleys of Bundi, stroll around Udaipur’s lakes and walk around Pushkar’s sacred ghats in wonder. Rajasthan has something for every visitor, from the vast lands of the Thar Desert to the dazzling palaces of Jodhpur.
How to Reach Rajasthan
Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Kishangarh have airports, and every place in Rajasthan has an amazing connectivity via rail and road.
Udaipur: The Lake City
The city of lakes and palaces and the magnificent palace of the water. Monsoon is a wonderful time, although the fullness of the reservoirs, the cool breeze, and the gloomy surrounding hills can make you feel like you’re in a forest retreat. The food is delicious, and its markets in the narrow winding pathways encourage you to shop if you like.
The massive Desert of Thar, which stretches hundreds of kilometers to Pakistan, is host to Jaisalmer. The dunes are filled with flora and fauna, and you will only encounter them in the desert. A lot of people go to Jaisalmer to have a camel or jeep safari overnight. Overlooking the city, this big castle. The fortification, which has shops, restaurants, guesthouses, and cafes, still has a fourth population in the Old Town.
Rajasthan’s second-largest city, but with a quiet little area. The Mehrangarh fort was hung over a small hillock and spread over the town. Because of the number of houses, it has painted lovingly called the blue city. Since then, the blue colored houses have given way to new, more fashionable, vibrant buildings, but a quick look at the top of the fort shows that people remain faithful to the blue style, particularly in the older parts of the city.
Discover the Ghats when you see local people bathing and cleaning in their morning rituals in holy waters. Take care of attending one of the few temples devoted to Brahma in India in the lovely temples in Pushkar. Play your shopping hours on the street, enjoying all the bright silk shirts, dresses, jewelry, and beverages.
Jaipur: The Capital and Pink City of Rajasthan
The Pink city is both the biggest and most turbulent city in Rajasthan as the capital of the State. In the town, there are many locations to be seen and visited, including the magnificent Amer Fort Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, and the City Palace. If it is not all enough to pick up the curiosity, the lip and the vibrant markets will never stop awesome. Take the visitors and see the best sunset view of the city, Padao Restaurant in Nahargarh Fort, before a long drive to a nearby site. The region is an excellent example of India in its essence, conscious of its history and origins but with an eye to a new era. Don’t skip the tasty street food in MisthanBhandaars (Sweet Shops) throughout the area.