Rajasthan :- Padahro Mhare Desh
Winters anywhere can be pretty chill and normally people prefer not to tour during this season, but Rajasthan is one place that can be best visited and enjoyed during the winters. Rajsthan is a haven for tourists In Winter Season
However, you needn’t stay indoors under your blanket, instead you can hop in to see what the state Rajasthan has got to offer special for its tourists during winter season. Rajasthan is one of the beautiful places that have a lot to offer in terms of tourism. From Rajasthani cuisine to Rajasthani handloom, everything in this state is noteworthy. Rajasthan is the imperial state, and unquestionably, one of the most magical tourist places of India
If you are planning to have an extensive tour for 5-10 days, Rajasthan is the place that you must be going. Trust us, you will fall in love with the state all the more when you visit during the winter season.
Since you’d be at the gateway to Thar, you just can’t afford to miss the camel safari through the sand dunes. The Jaisalmer Fort crowns the town with its sand-coloured walls and houses an old museum, telling stories of the royalty. The city is also peppered with beautiful Havelis built by wealthy merchants. The most famous of these Havelis is certainly the Patwon-Ki-Haveli, which is an absolute must-visit for its intricate architecture.
Being the capital of Rajasthan, and a practical getaway for many, Jaipur is the most frequented city by tourists. And while you may be here for all the shopping and the Hawa Mahal, don’t miss out on the grand Amer Fort and the royal City Palace. If you’re a reader, plan your trip specifically Between the month of December to January, as it brings with it the much sought-after Jaipur Literary festival, which is being organised in January, from 21st to 25th, this year. Also visit the festival for the deluge of musical variety it offers.
This chilly winters, a drink in your hand and the sight of the calm waters of Lake Pichola, with the imposing Lake Palace at its heart. You can turn this picture into reality by just driving up to Udaipur (11-hour drive from Delhi) and reveling in the relaxed life. This lake city of Rajasthan is truly breathtaking, and we can’t even put in words how romantic the sights are. During the day, you can check out the City Palace-it’s filled with tiny passageways that open onto gorgeous courtyards and enclosures. A few other places that might interest you are the stunning Jain Temple of Ranakpur and the Fateh Bagh Palace, which is now a heritage hotel. We recommend you pick a rooftop restaurant-like Ambrai or Uday Kothi–for the night to enjoy the twinkling views of the city.
Jodhpur is famous for its magnificent forts and palaces. The forts and palaces in the city are the major source of attraction in the city. Exploring the forts gives you a feel of the times when the Rajput might was at its peak. The gates and the walls of the forts speak of the battles they have witnessed. One needs to spend enough time with these historical monuments to fully grasp the grandeur of the Rajput era. Some of the major attractions around Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan & Umaid garden. Overnight at Hotel
Bikaner, situated in the northern part of Rajasthan, The city is surrounded by high fortifications comprising a seven-kilometers long wall which encircles the old city and has five entrances-all constructed in the 18th century. and sightseeing tour of Bikaner, Bikaner offers several attractions to the tourists besides, of course, the exotic camel safaris. You can visit the majestic forts or go to the Mata Karni temple where rats are considered sacred and worshipped. The camel festival held in the month of January is also an event worth witnessing. Some of the major attractions around the city are Junagarh Fort, Camel Breeding Farm and Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum.