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      Rajasthan

      Want to spend a royal vacation in the ‘Land of Maharajas’? These Rajasthan travel blogs will give you a sneak peek in the colorful world of the royal state. Get your hands on information like the most recommended places to visit, best time to visit, and exquisite shopping destinations in these Rajasthan blogs. While Jaipur, Udiapur, Jaisalmer and Pushkar are some of the most trending cities in the ‘Maharajaland’, these places are just the tip of the iceberg of the experiences Rajasthan has in store for you. There is so much more to Rajasthan than just palaces and forts. Rajasthan tour blogs will educate you about the hidden gems so that you can take the road less taken and have a unique experience on your holiday. Know all the best dining spots so that you can satiate your taste buds with rich and flavorful Rajasthani cuisine. Enjoy rich Rajasthani hospitality in the lush resorts and hotels on your vacation. Planning a trip to the largest state in India by area can be overwhelming when you do not know where to begin. These Rajasthani trip blogs have been curated after extensive research and enthusiasm to cater essential details to our readers that they won’t find anywhere else.

      People often look for a holiday getaway, which is not like any other normal city but is distinctive. Jaipur is one such place that stays distinctive with its pink colored building for which it got its title “Pink City.”

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      Udaipur is one of the most admired tourist destinations across the world. The area is abundant with scenery and tourist attractions.

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      Rajasthan, known for its ancient buildings and tales of the royals, is considered as a famous tourist destination. But the real haunted stories of the most haunted places of Rajasthan will spook your nightmares tonight.

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      Udaipur is called out as the ‘Venice of the East’ which is particularly famous for its lakes and royal forts. But beyond that this city is also in the vicinity of many other cities of Rajasthan which makes a perfect road trip.

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      Whether it is about escaping from the heinous heat of Rajasthan or the hectic lifestyle of the glorious state, the hill stations will always be one of your best options. Besides being a perfect place for spending some me-time, these places can also help you to indulge in numerous adventurous activities, which will enhance your overall traveling experience by a mile. Read more

      In one of his famous novels ‘Kim’, Kipling wrote “..But the Palace of Bundi, even in broad daylight, is such a palace as men build for themselves in uneasy dreams – the work of goblins rather than of men.” If there’s anyone who has ever described the beauty of the town or of the places to visit in Bundi

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      If you are planning to enjoy an exciting vacation, then the exotic wildlife of Rajasthan calls you for an unforgettable journey and holiday experience. The plethora of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan has made it an oasis to innumerable species of rare birds and mammals.

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      Jaipur, the desert capital of India, popularly known as the Pink City is the land of palaces, lakes, maharajas, alluring architecture. The rich Rajput culture and their glorious past is perspicuously reflected in the lifestyle and the infrastructure of the tourist places in Jaipur. This beautiful capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan oozes royalty.

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      If we say Jaipur, you will say, Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Nahargarh, colorful shops at Bapu Bazaar, and other popular tourist places in Jaipur.

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      The purpose of every vacation is to seek respite. Taking a trip to a different city with completely varied views is something more than a rest for our eyes. Now, we all know that a vacation hangover is real.

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      Due to the glorious historicity of Kota, many tourists flock to this destination throughout the year.

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      Jodhpur is a place that represents the true spirit and vibrancy of the state of Rajasthan. Also known as the ‘Blue City’, Jodhpur is home to some of the most spectacular marvels of India known for their architecture and history.

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      Known for showcasing a subtle amalgamation of royalty and history, the beautiful land of Rajasthan is hugely popular among tourists from all over the world. Nevertheless, because of its luxurious nature, most people generally think that touring in the royal state of India requires a lot of money.

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      A blend of modernity and tradition, Jaisalmer, also known as the ‘Golden City of India’ From old forts and temples for you to explore to a very exciting nightlife and even adventure sports, Jaisalmer has got it all! It is rightly said that if you want to understand and get a hold of Indian culture you should come to Rajasthan and especially to Jaisalmer!

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      Either for its historic charm or for the breathtaking view, Rajasthan is a place that finds its place in everyone’s wish lists. Surrounded by breathtaking sand dunes, historic grandeur, and vibrant culture, the largest state of the country is a traveler’s delight. The land of Maharajas deserves a mention of its own because of the age-old culture and tradition that lingers around the state.

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      Within the royal state of Rajasthan lies a famous ‘Sun City’ known as Jodhpur due to the overwhelming sunny days. Jodhpur is home to some legendary stories and amazing modern day entertainment.

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      Situated at the southeastern corners of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh is a repository of ancient buildings, rich heritage and evergreen folklore boasting of its royal glory.

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      A beautiful city which has earned its fair share of reputation and recognition and it is located in the north western Indian state of Rajasthan, Alwar is mesmerising. It is a known home to Alwar City Palace which is known to boast of a unique architectural style and was built in 1793.

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      Jodhpur is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. There are multiple tourist attractions in this beautiful city that attracts thousands of visitors, from all around the globe. The city has got the grand Mehrangarh fort, beautiful markets, and welcoming people.

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      Chittorgarh is a city in the north-western state of Rajasthan and has a mesmerizing historical essence. Boasting of rich cultural heritage, Chittorgarh has a regal lining to it and has umpteen minarets, forts, temples, and palaces to offer to everyone. There are many places you can explore in and around this magnificent city that will enrich you and fill your hearts with pride as you find yourselves in awe of the lineage of our country.

      While there may be many reasons as to why you can visit Chittorgarh and the places around it, one of the best ones is to go for a picnic!

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      Christians constitute only one percent of the total population in Rajasthan. Yet Jaipur is home to a lot of churches; churches over a century old; churches established during the colonial period.

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      Popularly narrated as the ‘City of Lakes’, Udaipur is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the state of Rajasthan. This city welcomes tourists from multiple locations across the country and world.

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      Kumbhalgarh is a popular place near Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan. The place is a Mewar fortress located on the western range of Aravalli Hills. The place is a world heritage site because of the fort built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha.

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      Standing at the top of a majestic fort built hundreds of years ago, you can feel the breeze gently touch your face as you behold a sight so captivating that it is almost surreal; you see a city painted in blue, in culture and in heritage - you see the alluring city of Jodhpur.

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      Camels moving in unison, gorgeous sunsets, and deep sand dunes define the backdrop of the city of Ajmer quite perfectly. From artificial lakes to forts and pilgrimage sites, Ajmer has got them all and boats proudly in its culture and heritage. Surrounded by the Aravali mountains, Ajmer is one of the oldest cities of Rajasthan as its history dates back to the 12th century.

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