Meet the sands of time – Rajasthan

Feel  the warmth and colourful hospitality of the sand state, “Rajasthan”. For the world visitors, the capital city of the state, ‘Jaipur’ is one of the corner points of The Golden Triangle, India. While visiting for the first time, one thing which may mesmerize you is the greeting smile on the beautiful faces of the natives, clad in the traditional attires with fluorescent coloures.


Rajasthan is called the Royal state. The chief cities including Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur are the representatives of the state’s grandeur woven in its beautiful forts, lakes and royal heritage. The music, art and dance, run through the air so much, that visitors linger there for longer, enjoying the charm.

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Surrender yourself to folklore of this paradise land. The embrace is so pleasurable, that it occupies one part in your beautiful memories of life.

Jodhpur: The second largest city of the state. The Mehrangarh Fort, the museum at  the present time towers the Blue City of Jodhpur. As per the convention, blue houses belong to Brahmins, but others are also following, as the blue colour protects the place from insects. The tourist area is much crowded with enough hustle and bustle of the time. The place is worth giving a visit, for experiencing the gist of the Rajasthan.


Udaipur: Magic lies nowhere but here in the city of lakes. The captivating beauty of the city leaves a mark on the memories. The city of lakes is a lavish exposition of palaces and artificial beautiful water bodies. The Tripura Sundari Mandir is one spot for visitors there. The city serves you perfectly, if you have got enough fortunes with you, since the palace-hotels are quite expensive and luxurious.udaipur-tour-main1

Jaipur: Rajasthan’s capital city is Jaipur and also holds some of the world heritage sites.  The fast transforming city is turning fast into a bustling modern city. All pink-orange coloured infrastructure of the old city, gives it the title of Pink City. Most tourists find the real hue of the city in that part.


The three forts, named Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Moti Doongri are youngsters’ most lovable place, mostly on cloudy days. The city holds blessings of many famous Hindu temples, including Govind Dev Ji Mandir, Moti Doongri temple, Birla temple, Akshardham Mandir, Digamber Jain Mandir.

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It seems an honor to visit this conventional royal Indian state. Experience the royalty of sands.

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