Rajasthan Tourism Guide


Rajasthan, also known as the land of maharajas. This state and the different cities in it definitely have some historic and modern touch. And the best part is some of them are also decimated as postmodernism. Experience  royalty, tradition, culture, and mouth watering cuisine. Every year people across the globe swarm to this royal kingdom. You will learn lot of unheard myths before, ever. You will come across untold stories of the acclaimed golden era and architectural marvels. And not just that, people actually confess that they want to keep revisiting this glorious state. Explore the exquisite experiences with new perspectives. And did you know that every city in rajasthan have some certain color code?

Such as Jaipur is known as pink city. Jodhpur is known as blue city, jaisalmer is golden city. Udaipur is the white city, this one actually has varied names also called as the city of lakes. And the only hill station in rajasthan is Mount Abu. Also there are a number of fun facts related to the historic state. Such as Kalibangan in Rajasthan has the world’s earliest attested plowed field. Bhangarh fort In Rajasthan’s district is one of the most haunted forts in India. From Thar desert to aravali ranges, Rajasthan has it all.

The state is filled with numerous eye-catching picturesque tourist spots, which include historic forts and palaces, sacred temples, national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, mountain ranges. Either is the serenity of the lake city , udaipur or tranquility of the Thar Desert or the majestic forts of Jaipur. Everything present here has something to teach us. And yes talking about heritage sites there are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan. Namely,  Keoladeo National Park, Jantar Mantar of Jaipur and Hill Forts of Rajasthan which include Chittor Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Gagron Fort, Amer Fort, Jaisalmer Fort. And the best way to experience this city is through local mode. But did you know that the signature Palace on Wheels train operating in Rajasthan, is one of most lavish trains in the world. Every single pathway, alleys have some artistic touch. So get your gears ready and explore with us now. So now let's hop in the city deeply.

Language Spoken:
Major Languages Spoken Here Are Hindi, Marwari, Mewari, Brajbhasha And Bagri

Currency used:
The Indian Rupee


Peak Summer Season. Temperatures Are Between 25 Degrees To 45 Degrees.°C

Pleasant Winter Season. Temperatures Are Usually Between 18 Degrees To Maximum 1 Degree Too.°C

Monsoon Season. Temperatures Are Usually Between 21 Degrees To 35 Degrees.°C

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