Don’t Leave Rajasthan Before You See This Palaces

Rajasthan is the largest state of India, it is one of the most popular tourism destinations in India. Rajasthan, formerly known as Rajputana or the Land of the Kings, is the perfect example of India’s grandeur and magnificence dating back to several centuries. This state has great tourism potential and enthralls tourists and vacationers with its awe-inspiring tourism options in the forms of culture, tradition, temples, art & architecture, history, forts & palaces, monument, havelis, wildlife sanctuaries & parks, rippling sand dunes, Thar Desert etc

Let’s have a look at some must visit places before you leave rajasthan. 

Amber Fort In Jaipur
The ancient citadel of the Kachhawa clan, Amber (pronounced Amer) fort, is located approximately 11 kilometres from Jaipur. A perfect blend of Mughal and Hindu architecture, the fort is a stunning creation in red sandstone and white marble. The Maota Lake adds to its charm and offers visitors with crystal clear reflections of the fort.

Lake Palace In Udaipur
The Aravalli Mountains form the perfect backdrop for this jewel in the middle of Lake Pichola. Built as a summer palace by the royal family of Udaipur, it has now been taken over by the Taj Group of Hotels. Sculpted marble columns, decorative gild moldings and, of course, a magical view has led to it being voted as one of the most romantic hotels in India and the world.

Umaid Bhawan Palace In Jodhpur
One of the largest private residences in the world, the Umaid Bhawan Palace, can be best described as the perfect mix of Indian and Art Deco styles. With 347 rooms, the palace used to provide employment to more than 3000 people when the royal family was still in power. In fact, a section of the palace is still the private residence of Jodhpur’s royal family. Another section has been acquired by the ITC Group of Hotels, and caters to the needs of numerous tourists throughout the year.

Dilwara Temples Near Mount Abu 
The Jain temples at Dilwara are considered the finest example of marble stone carvings in India. Located a few kilometres from Mount Abu (the only hill station in Rajasthan), the temples are famous for their ornate marble architecture, particularly the intricate carving on the ceilings and the pillars. It is one of the most popular Jain pilgrimage sites in the world.

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