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6 nights 7 days divine rajasthan with tajmahal tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Agra » Delhi

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6 nights 7 days delhi jaipur taj mahal golden temple tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Amritsar » Delhi

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6 Nights / 7 Days Delhi –Jaipur - Taj Mahal & Golden Temple Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Agra » Amritsar » Delhi

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6 Nights/ 07 Days Divine Rajasthan with Taj Mahal Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Agra » Delhi

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8 Nights/ 9 Days Rajasthan Fort and Palaces Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Pushkar » Chittorgarh » Udaipur » Ranakpur » Jodhpur » Bikaner » Mandawa » Delhi

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9 Nights / 10 Days Rajasthan With Taj And Varanasi

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Udaipur » Jodhpur » Pushkar » Jaipur » Agra » Varanasi » Delhi

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Agra & Khajuraho Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Udaipur » Chittorgarh » Bundi » Jaipur » Agra » Khajuraho » Delhi

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11 Nights / 12 Days Rajasthan with Taj Mahal, Varanasi & Khajuraho Tour

Destinations Covered : Udaipur » Ranakpur » Jodhpur » Pushkar » Jaipur » Agra » Khajuraho » Varanasi » Delhi

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12 Nights / 13 Days Rajasthan Village Tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Mandawa » Gajner » Khuri » Luni » Ranakpur » Chittorgarh » Bijapur » Bundi » Samode » Delhi

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18 nights 19 days incredible royal rajasthan with taj mahal tour

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Mandawa » Bikaner » Jaisalmer » Jodhpur » Ranakpur » Udaipur » Chittorgarh » Bundi » Ranthambore » Jaipur » Sariska » Agra » Delhi

Rajasthan Tour Pacakges

Imagine Rajasthan as an ancient sculpture. A Rajasthani tourist attraction, the sculpture was first chiseled by the winds of the Great Indian Desert and formed in the Aravali Range, the oldest foothills in the nation. He then shaped the value of the Rajputs and finished with the delicate touch left behind by the Mughal invasions. A land of scarce resources, the region's response to its arid climate has created some of the most beautiful lakes, tanks, and stepped wells that extend deep into its dry land. Looking at the best places on the Rajasthan tour, it is not surprising to feel like a tourist traveling back to an unknown land.

History of Rajasthan

Rajasthan means "Land of Lords." For centuries, Rajputs controlled the region and built, who were warriors united in clans. Unable to unite with the Muslims, they will gradually become the vassals of the Mughals and the British. Most of the Rajput states were led by idle maharajas. Rajasthan is a state in western India. More than 50 million people live in Rajasthan, and the predominant languages ​​spoken are Hindi and Rajasthani. Rajasthan is one of the states that attract the most tourists due to the beauty of its cities and citadels that bear witness to a rich historical and cultural past. The big cities are further east of the state because the Thar Desert occupies a large part of the west.

The best time to visit Rajasthan?

In Rajasthan, the most popular area of ​​India, the weather can be divided into these seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter. Temperatures depend on the season and the region you plan to visit, but in general, you can visit the state at any time of the year and find something new to do each time.


Rajasthan's summers start in April and end in June and are particularly harsh, with temperatures rising as high as 48°C during the day. If you plan to visit Rajasthan in the summer, go to places like Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, or Ranakpur. The weather in these places is pleasant, and the views on offer are impressive. For other cities, the weather is perfect in the early evenings to get outside in the early morning and late afternoon, and it is advisable to stay closed otherwise.


The monsoon (mid-June to September) is an alternative time to plan your trip to Rajasthan. Rajasthan gets much less rain - after all, it is essentially a desert - than other states in India; crowds are less during this time, and prices are lower. From July to September, it's charming to visit if you want to avoid the crowds you'll usually find during peak tourist season. Bundi, Udaipur Lake City, and Keoladeo National Park are picturesque and a must-visit if you plan to travel to Rajasthan during Monsoon.


There can be a substantial variation in temperatures during December and January during the day and night. Temperatures have been known to drop to 0°C and below. This is the best time to visit Rajasthan as the desert sun is not so intense and the days are pleasant. Most of the winter festivals are designed as tourist attractions, with visitors from all over the world.

Planning a trip to Rajasthan

The essential thing you need to do in planning your trip to Rajasthan is to figure out how much time you have to spend here. Although Rajasthan is "only" a state of India, it is enormous! There is no 'ideal' period to spend in Rajasthan: you could pack in the key sites in a week but keep yourself busy for a month here.

Here you will learn about a few options to plan your trip to Rajasthan.

  • Be the first to travel independently and plan everything yourself. You can travel independently regardless of your budget - this option is not just for backpackers! Independent travel in Rajasthan allows for maximum flexibility and the best opportunity to absorb the Rajasthani culture and local food and meet other travelers independently. Still, it also means more time upfront to make your travel arrangements, which can take some time.
  • A second option is to help plan you are itinerary and hire a private car and driver to get around. This has the advantage of taking the burden of planning off you but still maintaining flexibility in how much time you spend in each destination, where you stay, and how you spend your time in Rajasthan.
  • A group tour is your third option, which is perfect for when you prefer to travel with others, have a reliable company take care of the itinerary and planning, and accompany a local guide. With the Golden Triangle and Classic Rajasthan tour, you will visit the top attractions of Rajasthan and the Golden Triangle in India. Discover India's forts and historic cities and include a Jeep Safari in Ranthambore Park and a camel trek through the Thar Desert.

Some of the best tourist places to visit in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is truly an architect's dream. Its complex and rich history has endowed the region with colossal citadels, jeweled palaces, lakeside temples, and princely mansions carved from indigenous sandstone, marble, and rock. The great skill of its artisans is evident through the variety of handicrafts, works of art, fabrics, and semi-precious stones that are sold in bazaars and shops. When you are done admiring the magnificent forts, monuments, and all that remains of history, take a camel ride and explore the desert. Mingle with the locals during the colorful festivals and fairs. Go on a wetland safari where migratory birds and tigers roam freely in the forests. Snuggle up with your significant other in the palaces and fortresses that are now grand heritage hotels.

The Golden City of Jaisalmer

Popularly known as the Desert City, Jaisalmer is a must-visit to see the mystery of the Thar Desert. While the Jaisalmer Fort casts a mirage of gold in the midday sun, the intricately designed buildings of Bada Bagh portray Jaisalmer's glorious history. Jaisalmer is a city located in the Thar Desert, built of yellow-brown sandstone, for which it received the nickname "Golden." Jaisalmer is notable for being one of the few inhabited fortresses globally, so tourists come here to see the sights, and the locals live their everyday lives. But the main thing people go to Jaisalmer for is Camel Safari, camel tours in the desert. Moreover, you can ride for a couple of hours among the endless dunes or go on an extended tour for several days, with overnight stays under the starry sky - the longest route through the desert lies between Jaisalmer and Bikaner.


You can see several attractions directly in the city, including an ancient fort, a couple of temples, and several ancient Havelis - mansions decorated with skillful stone and wood carvings and frescoes. But the Karni Mata Rat Temple is most unusual place. About 20,000 rodents live in the temple and are revered as sacred animals; many Indians come here to make offerings, but tourists come here to look at this exotic. This place is gorgeous - it is difficult to express the emotions that arise here in just one word - it is something between curiosity, disgust, surprise, and disgust. Still, for completeness, it is undoubtedly worth visiting here.

Jodhpur - Blue City

Well, Jodhpur city was the center of power of the then state of Mewar and had several forts, palaces, and temples to enchant travelers from different parts of the world. Known as the Sunny City due to its sunny weather, Jodhpur is also known as the Blue City due to the blue houses near Mehrangarh Fort. Main attractions of Jodhpur: Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mandore Gardens, Jaswant Thada, Kalyan Lake and Garden, Ganta Ghar, Sardar Samand Lake, and Mazur Hills.


This is the most "pink" city in all of India, perhaps globally. Once here, you may feel that you have put on glasses with pink lenses. But no, in the city, many buildings have this particular color. However, they are all concentrated in the Old Quarter, and there are many ordinary buildings in the rest of the city. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and, by Indian standards, relatively young. The city was founded only in 1727. Many ancient buildings have been preserved here, striking in their luxury. One of these is the City Palace Complex, where the personal library of the Maharaja is located, and old manuscripts and manuscripts are stored. The Palace of the Winds is another beautiful building . The Maharaja's concubines used to live in this pink house, which looks like it was painted. And the romantic name of the palace is explained by a straightforward and ordinary reason. The sandstone building was almost always drafty.

Ajmer - Holy City

Famous for Darga Sharif, the shrine of the Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti, Ajmer is the 5th largest city in Rajasthan. Ajmer is surrounded by Aravalli chains and is a city steeped in history and culture. Ajmer is famous as the most beautiful tourist spot in Rajasthan among the most popular tourist attractions in Rajasthan. It is located near Pushkar, a primary Hindu pilgrimage site, and is home to the Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti shrine. This makes it a unique place of pilgrimage for Hindus and Muslims. Aside from being a place of religious journey, it is also home to many fascinating historical sites and thus welcomes tourists worldwide.

Udaipur City of Lakes 

This place offers a calming experience amid the heat of the Thar Desert. While marvelous monuments like the City Palace are a delight to the eyes, a pleasant boat ride on the crystal clear waters of Lake Pichola during sunrise or sunset will rejuvenate you from within. Tourists come to this city from everywhere. Arriving here, you feel like you are in Venice. The city is located on the banks of three lakes at once, which, as it were, merge into one thanks to the river connecting the reservoirs. The climate is so favorable that the city is buried in greenery, which is not typical for arid Rajasthan. The park here is considered one of the best in all of India. For some travelers, the city reminds them of Versailles. The fact is that there are surprisingly luxurious palaces here. The most beautiful is rightfully called the City Palace Complex. It is entirely made of white stone and looks very impressive. If Jaipur is called the pink city, then Udaipur is called white - almost all the houses here have a snow-white hue.


This is a trendy place among tourists because here is the largest fort in Rajasthan. It is enormous - it stretches in length for a distance of more than 5 kilometers, which is not on the territory of the fort. There are also several dozen artificial reservoirs (initially, 80), many temples (their initial number was 130), and small villages with friendly locals. Even though all the buildings here are very ancient, they are perfectly preserved. In addition, the fort is located on a hill.

Camel farm

There is a town in Rajasthan called Bikaner. And it is very famous for the fact that camels are bred here. Camel exhibitions, holidays, and festivals are held in the city. There is even a beauty contest for these animals - a tourist's favorite entertainment. And not far from Bikaner, literally 10 kilometers from the city, there is a camel farm where these animals are bred. Anyone can visit it. Camels there are well-groomed; they differ from the rest in lighter colors and powerful legs. Entrance to the farm is free. The workers will be happy to tell you all about the features of camel breeding and introduce you to their wards.

Nagar Fort

This fortress was built in the II century to protect the city of the same name. She was attacked many times but successfully withstood most of them. The fortress is massive and well-defended. She is still considered the best in the entire state. On the territory of the fort, there are many ancient, beautiful palaces and temples with a rich religious history. But now, all the former grandeur and beauty of the buildings are gradually fading away, and most of the buildings urgently need reconstruction.

Ranthambore National Park

To observe the tiger in its natural environment, Ranthambore National Park is one of the best places in India. Unlike many national parks in India, Ranthambore is accessible and popular. The park is also home to the formidable 10th-century Fort Ranthambore. It is a massive structure containing ruined pavilions, monuments, and three Hindu temples. This park is steeped in history, having witnessed many battles on its land and the rise and fall of many rulers. The national park has been climbing the list of places to spot local wildlife. It attracts thrill-seekers with its large population of Royal Bengal tigers. Here you can find these tigers roaming in their mood. Go on a safari ride to see the various deer, elephants, leopards, and birds. The Ruined Fort of Ranthambore is another tourist spot within the forest.

Mount Abu

This is the only hill station in the desert. It is located 4,000 feet (about 1,220 meters) above a level near the border with Gujarat. It is only 4 hour's drive from Udaipur and has a fascinating history. During the British invasion of India, the British appreciated Mount Abu for its pleasant climate and moved the headquarters of their Rajputana political agency there from Ajmer in 1857. Mount Abu is known as a destination for honeymooners, but Indian families also flock to the town; however, it remains an off-the-beaten-path destination for foreigners due to the absence of any forts or palaces which form the overall image of Rajasthan.

How to travel around Rajasthan?

Most Rajasthan is well connected to Delhi and other parts of northwestern India by rail. Jaipur, Jodhpur, serves as the railway station's central hub, although it is also possible directly from Delhi to Jaisalmer by train (daily, 18 hours). Delhi to Jaipur takes 5-6 hours. The distances even within Rajasthan are still significant to cover; for example, the train from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur is 8 hours, from Jaipur to Jodhpur 5-6 hours. You can now easily book popular train routes in Rajasthan. Hiring a driver for parts of the trip provides more flexibility and, depending on your budget, can be profitable if a few people share shorter routes. There are no train services from Udaipur to Jodhpur, so many hire a driver for the 6-hour route past the Jain temples in Ranakpur, or they can take the bus. Then the train, buses in India tend to be less comfortable but have the advantage that they can be quickly booked at the last minute.

Last words

Without a doubt, Rajasthan is a great state and a beautiful tourist destination due to its landscape, including the vast Thar Desert and the magnificent Aravallis mountains. As the center of Rajput culture, whose royal lineage built multiple palaces and forts in India's glorious past, it is full of legends, stories, forts, and palaces. You can't stop visiting it. Click here for more details about the Rajasthan tour.
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Rajasthan Tours

Rajasthan is located on the northwestern side of India .It is the largest state in India by area and covering the seventh largest population. Rajasthan covers an area of 342,239 square kilometres or 10.4 of the total geographical area of India. The state Rajasthan was formed on 30th March 1949. Its capital and largest city is Jaipur followed by Other important cities are Kota,Udaipur ,Jodhpur, Ajmer ,Bikaner and Jaisalmer.Rajasthan is also known as the ("Great Indian Desert").

It shares the border with the Pakistan,and also bordered by Six other Indian states: Punjab to the north along with the Sutlej-Indus river valley; Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to the northeast;Sindh to the west; Madhya Pradesh to the southeast; and Gujarat to the southwest.It consists most popular mountain range the Arravali hills in eastern Rajasthan followed by hill station Mount Abu, and the three most favoured national tiger reserves includes The Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar, the Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur, and Mukundra Hill Tiger Reserve in Kota.

In Rajasthan traditionally women used to wear the kanchli (top)and ghagra (long skirt), whereas men used to wear kurta,paggar or safa (kind of turban headgear) and angarkha, dhotis and Traditional Chudidar payjama (puckered trousers).

Ghewar is the main sweet dish of this state. About Seventy percent population of Rajasthan is vegetarian.

Architecture and Ancient period of Rajasthan

As In Ancient period (History of Rajasthan), we would like to take you back to five thousand (5000) years ago from where the Rajasthan was formed. Matsya kingdom of Vedic civilisation of india formed the State. Viratanagar(modern Bairat)was the capital of Matsya. It was named after the founder King Virata and Queen Sudeshna.

Then comes the Indus valley Civilization 3500 – 2500 BC (Harappans)in Rajasthan District. The archaeologicas have founded Excavations from Harappan civilisation and from Kalibanga in 1998, which is stated in northern Rajasthan. Harappan and Kalibanga both reveal the human existence.There also the human-made architecture of the Indus Valley Civilisation at Jain pilgrimage, Kalibanga,and the Dilwara Temples.

The survey has proved that the Banas and its tributaries the Gambhiri, the Wagan and the Viraj has introduced us that they had founded the evidences of humans that they used to live along the banks of the rivers about 100,00 years ago.

Vedic Civilisation was formed by Brahmavarta along with the districts of Mahendragarh and Rewari in Haryana . There was Vedic scriptures, which was formed from the part of Sanatan Dharma. Its the base of Hinduism.

Rajasthan was also called Rajputana (the country of the Rajputs).

It is known as the land of kings(Maharajas).

Who had build an amazing Forts and places in ancient time which attracts the attention of many people nowdays. We can gather lot of crucial knowledge from it about how the individuals had survived in those days.

Rajasthan's palaces and forts give us the reminder of the many kingdoms that are historically feud for the region.

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