Rajasthan – India

Rajasthan is an Indian state located on the north-west and as its name suggests, it has been known as ‘Land of the Kings’ for centuries. You can discover the magnificent architecture in royal forts and palaces, wildlife adventures in national park and sanctuary and successive fairs and festivals that will overwhelm your calendar.

A meritorious region with romantic and warefare historical significance, Rajasthan is still relished for its rich culture, vibrant colours, eloquent art and dazzling jewellery.

Memories

Rajasthan is often admired for the royal weddings in these glorious palaces which have been transformed as world-class hotels or museums. Couples travel from across the globe to make their royal wedding dream come to true as they make their bond stronger forever. The wedding is a gala and majestic affair for everyone indulging in the experience.

Rajasthan is popular for the royal travel offered by ‘Palace on Wheels’ and ‘The Maharajas’ Express with a luxurious journey from Delhi through Rajasthan to Agra.

Discover Rajasthan

Rajasthan like any other Indian region is very economical on travel and avails different commute option such as airways, trains, buses, private car rentals and local bike rentals. The cuisine is beyond words and you must not skip any such opportunity. Best time to travel is between October and March when the winter sets in and the temperature is in moderate range of 0°C – 27°C. Destinations to discover on your travel are:

  • Palaces in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer
  • Desert National Park in the Great Thar Desert
  • Man-made lakes and lake palaces in romantic city of Udaipur
  • Pushkar Camel Fair and Ranthambore National Park
  • Cultural and historic heritages in museums
  • Folk music and dance performances

Fairs and Festivals

Rich cultural heritage can be witnessed through the fairs and festivals of Rajasthan all year through. Below are some of the must do events:

January – Jaipur Literature festival, Camel Festival, Kite Festival, Desert Festival

February – Udaipur Lake festival, Udaipur World Music festival, Dhulandi festival

March to August – Mewar festival, Summer festival – Mount Abu

September to October – Dussehra, Adventure festival, Marwar festival, Pushkar fair

November – Bundi festival, Matsya festival

December – Kumbhalgarh festival and Ranakpur festival

 

Inexpensive majestic experience!

Accommodation, commute and meal costs are quite economical. Believe it or not, you can have daily cost ranging from $55 – $275 or less for two adults. Rajasthan offers guided tours to palaces and forts, private car rental with a driver and luxurious travel journeys along with regional trains. All of these make your travel simpler and inexpensive to impress you with that majestic experience.

 

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