Rajasthan... The golden glow of desert landscape, the shimmering emerald water surrounding the medieval lakes, grand palaces, bustling bazaars, endless desert sands, teeming wild & bird life are as much a part of Rajasthan. As the ships of the desert who sail majestically amidst the tranquility, colour and warmth all around.
Rajasthan, the land of Prince and Princess the most amazing legends of devotion, romance and heroism come alive. The state is the golden land of India, come and discover with culture heritage with a treasure of history, picturesque architecture and bewitching landscape is unparalleled destination of India.
Rajasthan offers the visitors both quiet moments of relaxation and adventure in the desert state. Welcome to the land of cherished memories and preserve a unique and unforgettable experience.
Ajmer offers a unique blend of Hindu and Muslim harmony that makes it a distinct place in Rajasthan. Since the time immemorial, Ajmer has been an important place for Rajput warriors, Muslim rulers and the Marathas.
The Pink City of Jaipur enjoys a distinct place among the tourists interested in exploring the cultural and architectural heritage of Rajasthan. Reputed as the third corner of India's "Golden Triangle", it is a flamboyant showcase of Rajput architecture.
This city lies on the northern point of the triangle of desert cities. Bikaner is another royal walled city dating back to 1486 AD. It was, however, a major trade centre as it stood on the ancient caravan route which linked central Asia and North India with the Gujarat seaports.
The deserted town of Jaisalmer has a distinct charm associated that makes. Its sand-yellow ramparts rising out of the arid Thar present a mesmerizing picture.
Jodhpur is at the edge of the Thar desert and is the largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur. The city is dominated by a massive fort, topping a sheer rocky ridge right in the middle of the town. Jodhpur was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rajput clan known as the Rathores.
The city of dawn, Udaipur is a lovely land around the azure water lake, hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravallis. Udaipur is better known as the city of lakes. It was founded in 1568 by Maharana Udai Singh II.
The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is more than just a summer retreat. Its stunning array of exquisite Delwara Jain Temples, dating back 11th- 13th centuries, make it a popular pilgrimage centre.
110 km from Udaipur and 300 km from Jaipur was founded by Bappa Rawal in 8th century. Known for the massive fort 3 mile long and 495 feet high. Mirabai, 16th century poet and saint was from here.
Kota serves as an army headquarters. It is also Rajasthan's industrial centre (mainly chemicals), powered by the hydroelectric plants on the Chambal river - the only permanent river in the state - and the nearby nuclear plant. Kota is strung out along the east bank of the Chambal river. The train station is well to the north.
175 km from Jaipur & 185 km from Delhi, is know for the Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bird Sanctuary) and also a halting place on the way from Agra (55 km). The only city that was ruled by Jats. And you can also see the old fort and museum.
135 km from Jaipur and 27 km from Sawai Madhopur is famous for the Ranthambore National Park, Tiger Reserve Project.
This park is situated only 200 km from Delhi and 107 kms from Jaipur. Although larger than Ranthambor, it is less commercialised and has less tigers but a similar topography.