Rajasthan, literally meaning “Land of the Kings”, is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Western India. The vast sand dunes of the Thar Desert attract millions of tourists from around the globe every year.
Jaipur – The capital of Rajasthan, famous for its rich history and royal architecture
Jodhpur – Fortress-city at the edge of the Thar Desert, famous for its blue homes and architecture
Udaipur – Known as the “Venice” of India
Jaisalmer – Famous for its golden fortress (one of the largest living fort), its magnificent palaces (Havelis), lake, fossil park, desert sand dune safaris-camps, desert national parks, Jain temples. The city is known as Golden city.
Ajmer – Holy city, popular for shrine of Sufi Saikhllnt Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti
Barmer – Barmer and surrounding areas offer perfect picture of typical Rajasthani villages
Bikaner – Famous for its medieval history as a trade route outpost
Mount Abu – Is a popular hill station, the highest peak in the Aravalli Range of Rajasthan, Guru Shikhar is located here
Ranakpur – Large Jain Temple complex, with around 1444 pillars and exquisite marble carvings
Pushkar – It has the first and one of the very Brahma temples in the world
Keoladeo National Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Nathdwara – This town near Udaipur hosts the famous temple of Shrinathji
Sawai Madhopur – Famous for Ranthambore National Park and historic Ranthambore Fort
Shekhawati – For traditional Havelis
Dhosi Hill – Vedic period Hill, Chyvan Rishi Ashram