Kuchaman - Khimsar
Jodhpur – Rohet
Rohet – Udaipur
Udaipur – Delhi Depart
Discover some of the many faces of Incredible India by visiting Delhi. Some of the best images of India’s diversity can be captured here. Delhi is one where you will be astound and impressed at every edge. There are end number of places in Delhi which you can stopover and fancy.
The city of Delhi is full of fascinating places to visit and see. Some of the main ones are as follows –
Alluring Qutab Minar Complex, appealing Red Fort, elegant Purana Quila, splendid Jama Masjid, fascinating Safdarjang's Tomb, dazzling India Gate, marvelous Rashtrapati Bhawan, graceful Rajghat, pleasing Purana Quila, exquisite Jantar Mantar and divine Humanyu'sTomb,Bangla Sahib or the colourfull Sahajanabad & Chandni chowk .
Apart from historical places Delhi is also acclaimed for its incredible range of shopping options specially handicrafts like carpets, silk, jewellery and cotton that are synonymous with India. Delhi is a paradise for shopping, eating and sight-seeing. Recorganized markets and bazaars are must see places in Delhi like Chandni chowk, Delhi haat, palika bazaar, karol bagh, Khan market, Lajpat nagar, Cannaught place, Janpath and Sarojini Nagar.
In India there are very scanty places which can together be described as modern and traditional, historical and new. Delhi is one of them. In addition to this the city has plentiful options in gardens, malls of South Extension, places of worship which symbolizes equality and brotherhood(Jama Masjid , Bangla Sahib, Akshardham temple, Lotus Temple and Sacred heart church)excursions, food outlets and culture.
Influencial food corners in Delhi are Paranthe Wali Gali, Lala Babu Chaat Bhandar, Bishan Swaroop, Shree Balaji Chaat Bhandar, Khandani Pakode wala, Kulcha King, Prince’s Paan & Chaat Corner, Dilli Haat, Khan Chacha, Sitaram Diwan Chand, Bittoo Tikki wala, Salim’s Kebabs, Dolma Aunty ke momos and Al-Bake.
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Kuchaman City is a city and a municipality in Nagaur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The city includes a few Havelis in the Shekhawati style and a fort overlooking the city. The fort is about 1100 years old and was built in the 9th century, by the [Rathore] ruler, Zalim Singh. One can also find fresco painting there on variable subjects such as flowers, motifs, and Hindu mythology.
The fort is a major tourist attraction and is also part of the route of Palace on Wheels. A few havelis have also opened their doors to the foreign guests, who visit during the winter.
In 2006, part of the Bollywood movie Drona, starring Abhishek Bachchan was shot at Kuchaman Fort.
Khimsar Fort perched on the edge of the great Thar Desert, 90 kms north-east of Jodhpur, this is amongst the premier heritage hotels of India. Unspoilt and well preserved, like a royal manor, this fort is spread over 11 acres of sprawling lawns, orchards and open courtyards.
Dhawa Doli Wildlife Sanctuary 40 km south west of Jodhpur, once can spot blackbucks, partridges, desert fox and blue bull or nilgai at this sanctuary.
Sacchiyamata Temple : The Sacchiyamata temple is placed in Osian, small town situated 27 km away from Khimsar. The temple is in a decrepit state but yet it's the major attractions of Osian.
Jodhpur is the largest city in the entire Marwar region and one of the most famous tourist destinations in Rajasthan. Major tourist attractions in the city include the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mahendragarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, and Mandore Gardens.
Osian is a small place situated around 27 km off Khimsar and known for its sixteen ruined Jain and Hindu temples. These temples date back to the eighth and eleventh centuries. The most important temples are the Sachhiyamata Temple and the Jain Temples. While the Hindu temples are in a dilapidated condition, the Jain temples are well preserved.
Nagaur is around 43 km away from Khimsar and famous for its cattle fair. Thousands of people bring camels, bullocks, and horses for sale. Camel races and other sporting events are organized at this fair.
The city which is like a sculpture in the golden yellow stones will give you chance to experience the natural beauty of the Thar Desert. Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer Govt. Museum, Mandir Palace, Nathmal ji ki Haveli, Salim Singh ji ki Haweli, Jain Temple of Jaisalmer, Jaisalmer war Museum, Longewala War memorial, Akali wood Fossil Park and Desert National Park are major sightseeing places.
Jaisalmer “The Golden City of India” Surrounded by several Bastions and massive fortification, the entire city is like a sculpture in the golden yellow stones that emerges out of the landscape. This is the only living fortified city in all of India in the middle of Thar desert, which was one of the trade centre of famous Silk Route. The true beauty of Jaisalmer lies in the richness of stone carving and ornamentation. Established by the King Rawal Jaisal in around 12th century, this city will give you the chance to experience the natural beauty of the Remote Thar Desert in the “ Desert National Park” which is around 42 km west of Jaisalmer.
Jodhpur is world famous for its Textile industry and many of its textile producers supply their product in international market. Khejarla fort, Motimahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Jodhpur Govt Museum, Jaswant Thada, Ranisar Padamsar, Mahamandir temple, Mandore, Kaylana Lake, Machiya Safari Park, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort, Chamunda Mataji temple are major tourist attractions.
Jodhpur (The Blue City): The 500 years old city of Jodhpur can be found right in the heart of Rajasthan. In its 500 years of history, it has never been successfully besieged.There are several forts built to protect some of the most stunning palaces in the whole of Rajasthan and possibly the most impressive of these is “Umaid Bhawan” Palace, one of world’s largest private residences. Under the watchful eyes of the English architect Henry Lanchester, 51000 men worked tirelessly for 15 years to build this sprawling residence. Umaid Bhawan is currently owned by Maharaja of Jodhpur, who runs the complex as the Luxury Palace Hotel and museum.
The city can be best viewed from the rooftop of the battlement of Mehrangarh Fort.
Jodhpur is world famous for its Textile industry and many of its textile producers supply their product in international market.
The Rohetgarh Fort of Jodhpur is one of the prime tourist attractions of Rajasthan. Anyone visiting India should not miss this great fort that is now known as Rohetgarh heritage hotel. The Rohetgarh Fort was built in the 16th century by Thakur Dalpat Singh of the Rathore clan. The Rohetgarh Fort is situated at a distance of around 40 kilometers from Jodhpur. The walls of the fort have battle scars and one can still see cannon ball marks on the surface. Yet, it stands majestically till today, mesmerizing anyone who visits this great structure. Read on to know more about Rohetgarh fort of Rajasthan.
A part of this grand fort has now been converted into a heritage hotel. The other part of the fort houses the royal family. The Rohetgarh Fort still retains its mystical charm and people who stay here have always had a great experience. The Rohetgarh Heritage Hotel has been furnished with some of the most elegant and modern equipments. Though it looks traditional and ancient, the amenities provided over here are at par with any five star deluxe hotel.
The floor is covered with the most beautiful Persian carpets and the ceilings are decorated with the most gorgeous chandeliers. The walls have been decorated with an amazing collection of great paintings and rare photographs. The massive walls are also adorned with many hunting trophies that lend a very mystical aura to the whole place. The Rohetgarh fort is an exquisite example of a smooth blend of the rich culture of Rajasthan with the modern world.
Famous for its tradition in the style of paintings, palaces reflect the architectural grandeur that existed during the period of Rajputs. Udaipur City Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Sajjangarh Palace, Kumbhalgarh Fort is known as The Great Wall of India which is 102km from Udaipur, Jaisamand Lake, Vintage Car Museum, Bada Mahal are worth visiting.
Udaipur ( City of Lakes) was founded by the Maharana Uday Singh II in 1553 as the new capital of Mewar kingdom, Udaipur often referred as the “Venice of East is indeed a spectacular city. The landmark of Udaipur is “Lake Palace Hotel”, the Maharana’s Summer retreat on a small island in the center of Lake Pichola. The present maharana still lives in the section of city Palace.
Miniature painting has been a tradition in Rajasthan for Centuries, Udaipur, in particular, is famous for its tradition in this style of paintings. The discipline requires an abnormally a steady hands as the tip of each brush contains only a single hair.Best of the miniature painting can take almost one to two years to complete.
Udaipur is a full package for a tourist to explore, it is impossible to put everything in a page or two about it. But in total it is palace for best cuisines, great hospitality, Several Lakes, Amazing Palace etc.