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      Rajasthan

      Color is bliss! India in February and March is so vibrant, while the weather shines at its best, festivities and positive vibes begin pouring in. The fudgy winter makes way for the chirpy spring, and Holi vibes begin to permeate in the air around. While celebrations with colors remain constant, places across North India go celebrating rituals and traditions around Holi, thanks to the legends and stories.Rajasthani Holi is different and celebrates quite a few different rituals from what people mostly celebrate in Delhi, UP, and Bihar in North India. Read more

      Deeg Palace in Rajasthan is an interesting place for people who want to see the best of Mughal and Rajasthani splendor. A famous weekend spot for travelers coming from Delhi, Agra, Bharatpur, and the nearby areas, the palace is well known for its beautiful fountains, gardens, grandeur, and of course, its history, which in the very least, is magnificent! Read more

      Jaipur has deservedly been listed in the list of top 25 romantic cities in the world by We Love Dates. You'll hear whispers of tales of a royal past in the ostentatious corridors of the palaces in this city. Even the vibrant markets will make you weak in the knees. The iconic forts of Jaipur accentuates the beauty of the cityscape that spells grandeur through and through. Read more

      Mount Abu is a hill station in the Western India that sits pretty in the lap of Aravallis. The place is charming and makes for some of the most enchanting places to visit in the North India. While you would be finalizing an itinerary for Rajasthan you must plan to spend a few days in Mount Abu. To make your stay momentous, these Mount Abu resorts are just perfect! Read more

      Safari, tigers, temples, and more - there’s no end to exploring when one’s in Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve near Alwar, Rajasthan. Home of the Bengal tigers and located on the slopes of Aravalli, the lush environs of Sariska are the perfect sanctum for thrill seekers, wildlife enthusiasts, and nature lovers. Read more