A desert land, colorful to the brim that is what Rajasthan is! It is a land of brave invincible warriors, enterprising businessmen and artists of great name and fame.
A diverse agglomeration, the rich culture, robust traditions and harmonious ethnic mix make the State a colorful spectacle known for its great hospitality, warmth and vigor.
A City of Lakes in Rajasthan Udaipur with the Aravalli Hills in the background is an enchanting destination. Founded by Udai Singh II it had a turbulent past losing a part of the kingdom and Chittorgarh Fort to Mughal invaders.
Rajput Era palaces, Hindu temples, scenic locales and picturesque lakes make it one of the most romantic destinations in India. As a sightseeing destination it has much to offer and hence is most visited by tourists.
Kumbhalgarh is a Mewar Fortress and a World Heritage Site. After Chittor Fort it is the second largest in Rajasthan and a long wall encapsulating an area of over eighty km. Built by Rana Kumbha it was a refuge for Mewar rulers in times of siege
The architecture is impressive and the complex comprises of Hindu and Jain temples besides many impressive buildings and tanks it was impregnable and was subject to many attacks from the Mughal invaders in India.
Ranakpur is a village situated between Udaipur and Jodhpur cities. The main attraction is the Jain Temple with a distinct architecture using light colored marble. The marble pillars numbering 1444 are unique in that no two pillars are the same. Another attraction is the fine carvings for which the Jain Temples are well known.
A sightseeing destination Jodhpur contains many temples, palaces and forts. The second largest city of Rajasthan is set in the Thar Desert. The ancient Marwar ruled by many clans is a major tourists destination with all modern tourism infrastructure.
A long lasting turbulence resulting from attacks by Mughal invaders and the Marathas have given the city a unique architecture which now regales in unsurpassed grandeur.
It is the seat of Lord Brahma, the creator Universe in the Holy Trinity which is a core belief of Hindu religion. Pushkar is situated in Ajmer District of Rajasthan it is a city of temples unique aspect being that those destroyed by the invading Mughal were rebuilt.
Pushkar is known for the 14tn Century Brahma Temple, Lake and the annual Camel Fair. During October and November whence the fair is held a large number of overseas tourists visit the destination.