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Delhi – Ajmer - Pushkar
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Pushkar - Ranthambore
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Ranthambore - Kota
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Bundi - Chittorgarh
Chittorgarh - Kumbalgarh
Kumbalgarh - Udaipur
Udaipur - Jaipur
Jaipur – 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.
Pushkar - The city of Word Largest Camel Fair and Festivals The place is one of the oldest cities of India, where you can experience Global Village in true sense. The Pushkar Lake, The Camel and Horse Fair, The saviti Mandir and Mountains, Marwari Horses, Brahma Temple are major tourist attractions. Pushkar “The city of Fair and Festivals”, are you wondering why you should pack your bag and set forth to pushkar.This hill locked place is one of the oldest city of India and the one of the place is Foreign tourist bucket list .This place is known for its Unique celebration, A place to experience “Global Village” in true sense and the Iconic Landmark of the city” The Pushkar Lake”. The famous attraction of Pushkar are: • The Pushkar Lake • The Camel Horse Fair • The saviti Mandir Mountains- “Best Lookout Spot The Sunset spot”. • For Marwari Horses • Brahma Temple- The one and only temple of Lord Brahma in Whole India Are you wondering why you should pack your bags set forth to Pushkar fair?
Reason-1 Unique Celebration: The 5 to 10days long fair is celebrated on the auspicious occasion of “Kartik Purnima in the Hindu month of kartikat pushkar.it takes place every year in the month of Oct to Nov. The Greatest Mela(Fair) of Pushkar is a priceless treat for those who wish to see the true colors of Rajasthan. Every year this fair is celebrated with great zeal by people of Rajasthan. The pushkar fair is world largest Camel Fair.it attracts more than 11,000 of camelhorses.
Reason-2 Experience Global Village in true Sense Apart from buying and selling of livestock’s, it has become an important tourist attraction.it attracts more than 400,000 tourist . The Melagrams of the fair holds events throughout the day. Touristare Encouraged to be the part of the games like ‘Kabbadi’, seven stones pit and camel competions are seen Enjoying such indigenous sports.Local acrobats are found all over .One can see a 9 year’s old girl is displaying her prowst at tight rope walking whilst balancing Urban pots on her head.
Reason-3 The “Marwadi Horses” One of the major attraction of this faire is the “MarwadiHorses”. The “Marwadi Horse” is considered one of the finest bread of the Horse breads of India. It is rare breed of bread is known for its “Inward turning Eartips”. ‘Marwad’ region or area around ‘Jodhpur’.This Itcomes in all equine colours.All the ‘Marwari’ with pinto patterns tends to be the most popular with buyers breeders.
Reason-4 The Iconic Landmark of Town “Pushkar- Lake” Known as ‘the Rose Garden of Rajasthan’, the essence of the famous Pushkar rose is exported all over the World. Along with an interesting mythological history, a legacy of timeless architectural heritage makes Pushkar a fascinating city. According to legends, Lord Brahma,belived to be the creator of the Universe dropped a lotus to the ground leading to the immediate creation of a lake. He then decided to name the place after the flower, and thus the name,Pushkar(Lotus). The city of Pushkar is home to the only temple dedicated to “Lord Brahma”in the whole world. Hindu Consider a journey to Pushkar to be the ultimate Pilgrimage that must be undertaken to attain Salvation.it is believed that the Holy Pushkarlake has unique power to heal all kinds of diseases and it is also capable of washing away one’s sins.
Reason-5 Best Lookout Spot The Sunset “SavitriMandir Mountains” Highest point in the Pushkar is “SavitriMandir and Mountains” where you can look down and see a 360 degree view of Pushkar and the beautiful Sunset in evening. ? Reason-6 Shopping Foods India wouldn’t be India without its tempting street food. The best known Rajsthani food is the combination of Dal, Batti and Churna as well as Missi Roti. Being religious destination one may find only vegetarian dishes surround this fair. All dishes are cooked in pure deshi ghee or clarified butter and having mouth -watering spicy flavours and don’t get surprised if you find restaurants and stall selling Israeli dishes. This place is also known as the little Israel. Shopping in Pushkar is easy, the main street of the Mela(Fair) is like long shopping street springing into all shuits street with café and shops selling indo-western Rajasthani inspired clothing and many swords shops one can find here which are very lethal. Tourist can buy some traditional Ornaments, necklaces and other handicraft as souvenir to take back from Pushkar.
At last I would like to say-“The Pushkar Fair” is the experience that stays on in the memory of the traveller and leaves one craving to return here. See You in Pushkar...
Ranthambore National Park is a vast wildlife reserve near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, northern India. It is a former royal hunting ground and home to tigers, leopards and marsh crocodiles. Its landmarks include the imposing 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, on a hilltop, and the Ganesh Mandir temple. Also in the park, Padam Talao Lake is known for its abundance of water lilies.
Sukh Mahal, Nagar sagar Kund, Taragarh fort, Raniji ki Baori (Queen’s Stepwell), Lake Jait Sagar, 84 pillared cenotaph, Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary, Lake Nawal Sagar are major tourist attractions.
Bundi “The city of Stepwells” the place which once attract the famous writer “Rudyard Kipling” to get inspiration and write some part of the novel “Kim”, is Bundi itself. It is very close to Kota just at a distance of around 36 km. Far from the crowd and jungle of concrete this is village of simple Rural Folk.Bundi is also known for its fair & Festivals and “Bundi Festival” is one of it, it is celebrated in the month of November.
Chittorgarh fort, Rani Padmini Palace, Vijay Stambh, Kirti stambh, Gaumukh Reservoir, Ratan Singh Palace, Kumbha Shyam Temple are the places that speaks the architectural marvels of those times.
Chittorgarh “The Land of India’s finest Fort” known for “Fighting to the last” “Bravery not turning one’s back”- this is land of Rajputana pride and passion. Chittorgarh is also known for its famous “ Chittorgarh fort” which is reckoned among the most famous fort in India not only because it is one of the oldest fort in Rajasthan but also because for generations it was considered impregnable, invincible.
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.
Jaipur the Pink city, multicolored Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan the City famous for its unique culture, tradition, soothing music, beautifully laid out gardens, parks, attractive monuments and marvelous heritage hotels. All the places in the Pink city are worthy of admiration. Jaipur is connected with most Parts of India by both railways or by airways and also connected with roadways. Jaipur can be reached from Delhi by traveling by road or flying directly to Jaipur either from Delhi or Mumbai. From Agra one needs to drive to Jaipur or take a train to Jaipur and in between visit some famous monuments like Fatehpursikri or the famous stepwells The Abhaneri .
Bountiful places to visit in Jaipur such as Amber Fort, City Palace, Jantar-Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Birla Mandir, Albert hall museum, Rambagh Palace, Govind devji temple, Raj Mandir Cinema, Jaipur zoo.
Jaipur is one of the colorful experiences you can ever have. Its real charm lies in inner lanes, streets and markets. This desert city has all the amenities of the big city. Its airy is infused with the romance, adventure, and gallantry of an incredibly rich historical tradition. Jaipur tour is half done without Camel ride, folk music and desert sounds. People here are very cheerful and will make your trip eventful.
Though the Indian State of Rajasthan is known for its monuments, Forts, and Festivals. There are a lot of festivals especially organized by Rajasthan tourism Dept. throughout Rajasthan but in Golden triangle route in Jaipur Teej festival, kite festival, Gangaur festival, and Dhulandi festival are specially organized. Basically, the Dhulandi festival attracts foreigners to celebrate Holi in Jaipur in a unique way. Holi is celebrated in all over India at the same time during the month of March.
The ideal destinations in Jaipur is its markets which has numerous stories engraved in every corner.Famous bazaars are:
Johri Bazar: Oldest as well as the largest shopping mall in the city. Famous for precious gems, stones, timeless jewellery, exquisite sarees. It is the busiest marketplace in Jaipur.
Bapu Bazaar: Place which can’t be missed is colorful Bapu Bazar. Largest camel leather market in the world, finest quality 'Morji' shoes and other leather goods like belts, wallets, lamp sheds and bags.
A trip to Jaipur is not complete without digging into convincing Rajasthani food. You can’t return without trying its renowned cuisines like dal bati churma, laal maas, kachori. Some places where you can try authentic food are Spice Court, Natraj, Shri Thaal Village Restaurant, Rawat Mishtan Bhandar, Laxmi Misthan Bhandar and Chokhi Dhani- Place where celebration never stops. The only five-star rated ethnic village resort in India, is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. Best tourist destination in Jaipur for entertaining its visitors.
Your appetite will grow larger after visiting this place. Traditional food is served with Folk music. Swimming pool, health clubs and popular puppet shows are there to relax your mind.