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Top 7 Attractions of Rajasthan one cannot afford to Miss in their Rajasthan Tour


Rajasthan, the land popularly known as the Land of Kings, is famous for its rich culture and heritage. The land that attracts uncountable number of travelers and visitors every year is the prominent tourist destination of India. Known for its glorious royalty, Rajasthan holds a major historic significance and is again known for its glamorous and glorious past that has been the witness to the plenty of Empires.  Blessed with the natural serene beauty, Rajasthan has a lot to be explored.
The only state known as the Colorful State of India, Rajasthan also houses the Great Indian Thar Desert. With plenty of attractions one should miss to visit, Rajasthan is the gateway to the glorious past of India as well.
So, if you are planning your Tour to Rajasthan, don’t forget to visit the below mentioned attractions you just cannot afford to miss.
Jaipur
The largest city of the colorful state is Jaipur which is proudly known as the Pink City because of the pink color of its buildings and walls, Jaipur is also the capital city of Rajasthan. The beautiful city reflects the perfect Rajasthani Culture. With famous historical monuments like the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal and plenty of others one should visit.
Udaipur
Udaipur, popularly known as the City of Lakes is the one must visit city in its own self. The most loved tourist destination of Rajasthan, Udaipur is a city regarded with the mesmerizing beauty that captivates the hearts of the travelers within no time. A city with grand historic significance and divine beauty has a lot to be explored that includes the mesmerizing City palace, alluring Lake Palace and plenty of others.
Jaisalmer
Proudly known as the Golden City because of the yellow colored buildings and walls, Jaisalmer is the city that lies in the heart of the Great Indian Thar Desert. Considered to be the city that glitters, Jaisalmer is regarded to houses to the most magnificent forts and palaces of Rajasthan that includes the Massive yet mesmerizing Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon ki Haveli, Jain temples and other architectural marvels.
Jodhpur
The Blue City of Rajasthan is also its second largest city known for its blue colored buildings and walls. Known for this extraordinary aura and spectacular architectural marvels, Jodhpur is another prominent tourist destination of Rajasthan. Being home to magnificent architectural marvels, one should not miss to visit the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan and Palace and Jaswant Thada in Jodhpur.

Ranthambore National Park
For the lovers of Wildlife and Nature, you just cannot afford to miss this location of Rajasthan. Known for being the home to the plenty of wildlife animals especially the Tigers, Ranthambore is the world famous National Park of India. Enjoy your jeep safari of the Jungle while you may spot the Tigers roaming freely. Got Scared? Don’t worry; go for an adventurous wildlife safari here.
Mandawa
Mandawa is the only city that is not known for its forts rather for its beautiful mansions also known as the Havelis. The small town is very well preserved with the culture and heritage and is the only town that is literally loved by the art and architecture lovers. One should not miss to make a visit to Murmuria Haveli and Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli.
Pushkar
Well, if we look at the other cities of Rajasthan, Pushkar is the only city which is not known for its forts and palaces rather it is famous for its temples. Pushkar is the only place in India which houses the only temple of Lord Brahma. With a very interesting history, Pushkar is considered to be the King of Pilgrimage Sites. Go for a dip at the Pushkar Lake which is believed to take away the sins of a person.

While there’s a lot to be explored in Rajasthan, these locations of Rajasthan should not be missed in any of your Rajasthan Tour. Go ahead, explore something new. Happy Journey!

Guest Author Bio –
Yashika
For the ones who think I’m lost, I just chose the road less Travelled. A wanderlust girl not made up with sugar and spice, Adventure, fine Beer and Brains rather. So, no wonder, a Travel Blogger with Travelsite India.


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