A Brief Guide: Why Tourists Visit Rajasthan?

A Brief Guide: Why Tourists Visit Rajasthan?

If you are a travel bug, Rajasthan would have definitely popped up in your which-destination-to-choose list, welcome to Rajasthan – the land of the kings. “Padharo Mhare Desh” is synonymous with the land of brave men, tales of bravery, vibrant culture and grandeur. Rajasthan fascinates people from all age groups and backgrounds as it flaunts the rich culture and traditions of India. Rajasthan is a spectacular destination to offer you the regal experiences of the bygone era. With graffiti of a different kind, Rajasthan will paint your memory for life. Almost every city in Rajasthan is colour coordinated and there is always something adorning their colourful walls. From the richness of the lands to the royal life in the sands Rajasthan is an epitome of rich cultural heritage and the perfect combination of Royal Rajasthan art and beauty.

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It is one of the most picturesque places and moreover if you have an eye for fine architecture and royalties   Rajasthan is the place to head over.

Rajasthan has had its historical importance ever since it has been ruled by many royal Rajput kings and the culture is still preserved which attracts Indians as well as foreigners alike.

Rajasthan’s hospitality is very rich and royal and once you are there you will definitely feel like living life the king style.

A sneak peeks to the famous cities of Rajasthan:

Perfect Agra Tours has narrowed down the not-to-miss places for you. Below shortlisting of the most popular cities which will give you an experience like never before.

  • Jaipur or the pink city ranks among the first stops in every traveller’s itinerary. It is the capital city with a blend of urban city culture and historical ruins. It is famous for the Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, and the typical old city bazaars. Hawa Mahal also is known as the palace of winds is one of the most photographed structures in Jaipur

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  • Jodhpur is the quintessential Blue heaven and you can’t miss the blue city views from the Meherangarh Fort, the exquisite fort which sums up historical legends. The blues are so good that even Monday blues won’t hit you when you are in the “Neeli Nagri”. It also is the home to the magical Umaid Bhavan Palace which is a mesmerizing piece of art and the only palace built in the 20th

Things to do in Rajasthan

  • Jaisalmer also is known as the golden city and gateway to the Thar Dessert. The Jaisalmer Fort is the only living fort as people continue to live there. It is famous for its Desert and Camel Safari experiences giving you a glimpse of village life and bringing you closer to the rustic life.

Rajasthan Desert Safari

  • Udaipur was a city built by the royal Mewar dynasty and was planned as a set of man-made lakes. An evening boat ride o Lake Pichola and sunset dinner at a rooftop café will provide ample opportunities to soak in the beauty of the most romantic city. It is a very famous destination among tourists, honeymooners and one of the favourite places for destination weddings.

  • Ajmer and Pushkar: Ajmer is flooded by people from all over the world to seek blessings from Darga Shareef, a place where wishes come true. Historically Ajmer was home to a number of dynasties. It is lined up by the beautiful Ana Sagar Lake. Ajmer integrates both Hindu and Muslim religions on par. Ajmer has a Jain Temple and is about 14 km from Ajmer, Pushkar which is the only temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is a pilgrimage spot for Hindus. Pushkar also is known as the town of fairs and festivities is a budget-friendly place for backpackers which also makes it a laid back place to stay and enjoy the hippy culture.

Eat, Experience, Enjoy Repeat

Rajasthan is a melting pot of cultures and one can enjoy the traditional Rajasthani cuisine along with dishes influenced by Mughal and British cultures. Travellers can also find amazing street food and local specialities like “Mirchi Vada”, and “Dal Batti”. “Laal Maas” is a world-famous meat dish for non-vegetarians to relish upon.

While you enjoy your food you can witness spectacular live folk dance and music shows, puppet shows, and light and sound shows. The very famous Deepika Padukone’s dance from Padmavati doing the “Ghoomar”  is what the traditional Marwari’ sand Rajput practice. These will truly captivate you as these dances and shows are a visual treat to the eyes.

Talking about art, it is all about intricacies and colours. Rajasthani Prints add colours to your life. It is famous for hand block prints, gotta Patti, and the tie and dies prints known as the bandhani work.

It also nurtures many arts like miniature paintings, jharokha art, and wall murals.

Apart from forts and pilgrims, Rajasthan has got in store for you a number of sports activities as well as wildlife experiences to offer. You can choose from camping in the sands of Jaisalmer to a wildlife safari of Ranthambore and not be shocked to spot the tigers.

Other activities are Hot Air Balloon, and Zip Line giving you that dose of adrenaline rush.

Rajasthan is an all-inclusive state offering you everything you dreamt of. Nonetheless is not only a famous travel destination but also most of the widely captured background for the big screen. A number of blockbusters owe to the vast locations of Rajasthan.

Best time to visit Rajasthan

Rajasthan is nestled in the Aravalli hills and the best time to visit is winter. Owing to the geographical locations the weather depends on the city you plan to visit. Summers are harsh and temperate is extreme and severe. Monsoon is pleasant and from here onwards the weather continues to be ideal to plan a Rajasthan Tour and most fairs and festivals are organized during the winters to invite tourists from all around.

Let Perfect Tours be your helping hand while you take that vacation you have been putting off don’t listen to what they say, go see it for yourself and savour the richness of Rajasthan.