Rajasthan had never struggled with getting tourists to its doorstep for the past many years. Given the taste if royal era with each colour narrating its own tale, Rajasthan has never disappointed anyone who stepped a foot there.
However, to make sure that you are able to pocket the experience in a real sense, there are some unexplored destinations which can make your trip a refreshing one. Thus, it will be a good idea to revamp the bucket list of tourist destinations in Rajasthan and see it like something never seen before.
Here is the list of famous travel destinations in Rajasthan which can make your trip complete and fulfilling :
Mehrangarh Fort , Jodhpur
Singing the saga of the warrior clan of Rajasthan, the Rajputs, Mehrangarh Fort built in the victorious era of 1460 is situated 400 feet above the city. As Rudyard Kipling had once called it to be “a palace built by the Titans and coloured by the morning Sun”, the fort can make you travel in time to introduce to the royal essence of medieval Rajasthan.
For the lovers of History, the fort instates the best stock in it’s museum. From Royal palanquins to the swords bestowed with pride, the museum offers a complete treat to the eyes.
Ajmer Sharif Dargah , Ajmer
The Dargah brings thousands of devotees to its abode every single day. Ajmer tour is incomplete without taking the positive vibes blessed by the this shrine. Ajmer Sharif Dargah is the holy shrine of sufi saint, Moinuddin Chishti and has strongly known for its religious value. Thousands of devotees come here with their wishes and it is maintained that they do not leave empty-handed. For a explorer, the architecture and the cultural importance of the shrine is a must see.
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
With Amer Fort being tourist destination in Jaipur, Rajathan, tourists often tend to miss to see the beauty of Nahargarh Fort situated above the Amer Fort. Known for providing the best view of the whole city of Jaipur, the fort became popular after the Rang De Basanti movie’s shooting at one of its lake. It is even said that during the 1857 mutiny, the fort became a shelter for the British soldiers.
Pushkar Lake, Ajmer
By the side of the Pushkar Lake, there stands the only temple of Lord Brahma in India. The lake has immense religious importance for the Hindus and is revered to provide chastity to the human kind. The best time to visit the lake is in the mornings during the sunrise to take the tranquility amid the never-lasting rat-race of life. The morning prayers not only motivate you to take a leap of faith but also bring you the colorful culture of Rajasthan and its will of everyday celebration.
Pichola Lake, Udaipur
It becomes the picturesque sight in Rajasthan with hotel Pichola situated in between the lake. From a bird’s eye view, it looks like the lake becomes the floating carpet for the Pichola Palace to stand. With the evening breeze reaching you in the freshest form, you would not mind spending the evening by the side of the lake.
What makes the hawelis of Jaisalmer stand out is the combination of both, the royal Rajput architecture blended with the soothing Islamic constructions. The City of gold, as they call it, the bright colours of hawelis still preserve the culture of the bygone era. The miniature paintings and the crisp architecture would be something you would like to preserve in your camera forever. When visiting Jaisalmer, do not forget to spend a day in the swiss tents amidst the massive sand dunes.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
The tigers become the claim of fame for the forest turned sanctuary. The hope one fleeting sight of the massive giant cat is what brings thousands to the reserve. The forest has been a home of numerous documentaries and is reputed to be a place where tiger sighting is easier than any other place in the country. If you are a wild life enthusiast, the reserve should be in your bucket list. The Ranthambore Fort, being the second largest in India, forms another reason to visit this place.