Rajasthan Tours

The very thought of Rajasthan flashes through our mind the picture of vibrant people clad in bright coloured attire, riding camels through the sand, exotic palaces and rich architectural heritage dating back to the medival period. The picturesque sight of stretches of golden sand extending to miles is fascinating enough to make a poet out of an ordinary mortal. The magnificiant forts, opulent palaces, exclusively chiseled havelis, each a splendid example of the rich cultural heritage sings the saga of past glory, prosperity and chivalry.

In spite of the apparent impression of a dry and desert land, the slate abounds in astonishing range of vegetation and wildlife that makes it a favourite resort for nature lovers. Its a reservoir of a broad biological spectrum ranging from the hilly terrain of Mt. Abu to the heart land of the Thar Desert.

The uniqueness of the land lies in the lingering flavour of medieval times in the rich art and crafts, colourful Bazaars and vibrant people. The sight of camels, oxen, elephants on the road as common modes of transport adds to the medieval touch.

Tourist spots sand must see in Jaipur:

Built in the year 1727 A.D by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur displays a ravishing architectural splendour. The only planned city of its time, it has many attractive monuments.

The city Palace: The former royal abode that has the touch of Rajasthan and Mughal styles. It houses a museum with super collection of Rajasthan’s costumes and armour of Mughals and Rajputs. It also has an art gallery with excellent collections of miniature paintings, carpets, royal Paraphernalia

Jantar Mantar: Largest of Jai Singh’s five observatories, this stone structure has scientifically desgined complex instruments that speaks about advanced Indian astronomy in the medieval times.

Hawa Mahal: This five storey structure along the main street of the old city was originally conceived to enable royal women watch the everyday life and royal processions of the city.

Govind Devji Temple: Located in the central pavillion of the Jai Niwas Garden, this spireless temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The image of the patron deity Govind Devji originally installed in a temple in Vrindavan was reinstalled by Sawai Jai Singh II as his family deity.

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