Best of Rajasthan

Rajasthan , the most popular state of India explicits the heritage culture of India. The state is colourful for its culture, palaces, forts, museums, gardens, lakes and for the rides of camel and elephant. The handicraft items made there like glasswork, embroidery, block print and bandini work in the textiles and also the bronze items and the  jewellery are famous in Rajasthan.

The best places to visit in Rajasthan include the following


Jaipur, the pink city of India is the capital city of Rajasthan. The city is very majestic with its Forts, Havelis and Palaces. The city is a shopper’s  paradise providing  all kinds of Gems, Jewellery, handicrafts , colourful furnishing and textiles.


Udaipur , popularly known as Lake City is an exotic place with beautiful palaces, gardens and parks. Tourists enjoy the rich culture of Udaipur, the temples and the architecture found there. Fateh Sagar lake attracts tourists for the boat rides and the Nehru Park located at the centre of the lake. The city is also famous for the Nathdwara temple and the Eklingji temple situated 50 km from the city.


Jaisalmer, known as the Golden City is very famous for the sandstone buildings and the Sam sand dunes. The city has marvelous palaces, havelis, temples as the main attractions to the tourists. Tourists enjoy the desert night camps accompanied with their traditional cuisine and cultural programmes.


Jodhpur is one of the second largest city of Rajasthan and well known as the Blue City. The city has the famous Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace and many other tourist spots. The city hosts the Rajasthan International Folk Festival every year during the month of October.


Pushkar is a small holy town famous for the temples and their architecture. The Pushkar Camel Fair during the months of October to November is very famous and the city is very crowded to enjoy the fair.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan and attracts tourists of all types. There are famous Dilwara Jain temples, the Nakki lake, Guru Shikhar and the Sunset point as the main attractions for the tourists. It is 185 km from Udaipur and it is the nearest city to Mount Abu from where it is connected to many cities from all over India.


Ranakpur is 23 km from the Phalna railway station and 92 km from Udaipur city. Ranakpur is famous for the Jain temple and its marvelous architecture. The place has also many other architectural monuments as its attractions.


Bharatpur is famous for the Keoladeo National Park, the Bird Sanctuary. It is 175 km from Jaipur and worth visiting place as it has about 350 species of birds to watch during the season from August to February.


Bikaner is the desert town of Rajasthan is very famous for the Junagarh Fort, Raja Rai Singh Lal Palace, Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum. The town is famous for the Deshnok temple, the temple where rats are worshipped and can find thousands of temples and the Karni temple, having the shrine of Goddess Durga.

To Conclude

The above cities are the main attractions in Rajasthan, which are real worth visiting and promise an exclusive trip to the tourists. There are other interior towns and cities which can be explored to experience the Rajasthan culture.