Thu. Nov 14th, 2019

Places to See in Rajasthan

places to see in rajasthan

Places to See in Rajasthan

Among the scorching weather surroundings all year round the Rajasthan, the stunning majestic palaces, and the sparkling lakes make it popular tourist destination. India’s 2nd largest state has a Thar Desert spread throughout Rajasthan. We are here once again give you ideas of some of the best places to see in Rajasthan in 4 days and this culturally thriving place.

Amer Palace and Fort – Amer Palace and Fort was built by ‘Raja Man Singh’. The palace emerges out of the calm waters of Maotha Lake. Tourists get a chance to ride the elephant to Singh Paul and Jaleb Chowk. The stairs from one end extend to the Shila Mata Temple.

Hawa Mahal – It is one of the famous monuments in Jaipur built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. The 152 beautiful carved windows enable the palace women to see the royal processions through them.

Jantar Mantar – The major observatory made of stone and marble is one of 5 magnificent observatories made by Sawai Jai Singh II. They are very scientifically designed tools for medieval Indian astronomy.

The City Palace – The arch carved in the mystic ‘City Palace’ is a combination of the architecture of the city of Rajasthan and the Mughal. The marble columns are gray and white inlaid with gold floral motifs and colored stones. Also side of the entrance has 2 elephants carved in marble.

Junagarh Fort – This fort was built in the year 1593. The great thing about Junagarh fort is that although it was attacked, it was never opened. The fort is a combination of Indian as well British influences. The Suraj Pol is the main entrance to the Junagarh fort.

The Rat Temple – The famous Karni Mata Temple is about 30 kilometers from Bikaner. The thousands of rats both white and black – are seen working here and there in this beautiful temple and adore.

All these places you can see with 7 days tour packages of Rajasthan.

Dilwara Jain Temples – The Jain temple of Mount Abu is famous for their stunning marble sculpture.

  • The Vimal Vasahi (Shri Adinath Ji temple)
  • Luna Vasahi (Shri Neminatha Ji temple)
  • Pittalhar (Shri Rishabh Dev Ji temple)
  • Khartar Vasahi (Shri Parshwanath Ji temple)
  • Mahaveer Swami (Shri Mahaveer Swami Ji temple)

These are the temple complex are the sacred pilgrimage of the Jain.

Lalgarh Palace – The beautiful architectural red sandstone palace built by Maharaja Ganga Singh in 1902 is a collection of intricate sculptures. The entire palace is a combination of Rajput architecture, Islamic, and European style.

Jaisalmer Fort – It is also known as ‘Sonar Quila’ because it is made of yellow sandstone. It is the only fortress that lives inside a city. The fort was built by Bhati Rajput Raja Rawal Jaisal in 1156. Jaisalmer fort has 4 main gate or Pols – Suraj Pol, Ganesh Pol, Hawa Pol, and Bhoot Pol.

Mehrangarh Fort – This magnificent fort was founded by Rao Jodha in the year 1459. There are 7 gates – Suraj Pol, Jai Pol, Fateh Pol, Lakhna Pol, Loha Pol, and Daodh Kangra PolJaswant Thada – From left to Mehrangarh fort, the beautiful and mystical marble sarcophagus of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II is known as Jaswant Thada. This monument is known as the Taj Mahal Marwar.

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