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The 'Pink City' of Jaipur was named after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II who founded the city on November 18, 1727. Jaipur along with Delhi and Agra forms the India's Golden Triangle. Which is the most popular tourist circuit in India. This capital of Rajasthan is also a gateway to other tourist places like Ajmer, Pushkar, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Mount Abu in the state.
Jodhpur is a sunny city set against a bright blue sky. A popular travel destination in Rajasthan Jodhpur was formerly the capital of the Marwar kingdom. A city grew outside the limits of the fort in olden times. Modern Jodhpur has grown and expanded though its palaces, forts and temples are favoured tourist attractions featuring beautiful architecture cradled in the sandy folds of the Thar Desert. A proper holiday guide to Jodhpur will enable you to plan your next vacation where there is so much to experience and enjoy.
The ‘Queen of Thar,’ Jaisalmer is inarguably the best travel destination in Rajasthan. Reckoned to offer tourists an unparalleled holiday experience, this popular place is the gateway to culturally and historically opulent Rajasthan. It is here in Jaisalmer that one is able to witness the perfect amalgamation of nature, architecture, hospitality and adventure. This prized tourism place is about unsurpassed experience of pampering oneself with Rajasthan’s famed hospitality, and relishing its art & architecture along with enthralling adventure activities and memorable camel safaris.
Udaipur city is situated 598 metre above sea level in the southern part of the Indian state, Rajasthan. It has an area of 37 square kilometres and is located on the southern slope of the mighty Aravalli hills which separates the city from the Thar desert. Northern Udaipur comprises of plateaus while the eastern side of the city has vast fertile plains. Southern part of this beautiful city comprises of rocks, hills and forests.
Vibrant deserts, fabulous forts, desert safaris make Bikaner a blooming beauty in the Thar desert. The city is adorned with gigantic and spectacular forts and palaces that tell the world about the opulence of its rulers. Such strong are these forts that even after so many years of their construction, they stood tall unspoiled and withstood the passage of time. Apart from the historical vestiges, the city is the center of attraction for food lovers due to its yummy snacks.
Pushkar is an important centre of pilgrimage for Hindus. The place has a magnetic appeal with 400 temples that are blue white and a number of bathing ghats. The town resounds with chanting of prayers and religious songs, along with drums and gongs. Pushkar is a happy tourist attraction and the main marketing spot sells didgeridoos(Australian wind music instrument), scarves in tie and dye, to the mix of eager tourists flocking from the world over. There is a dash of commercialism but the town retains a mystique. The Nag Pahar is a small hill which separates Pushkar from Ajmer a mere 11 km apart.