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"Gorge on to a lot of dal-bati-churma, twirl your moustaches, wear ghangara have a wonderful vacation this time. While we have supplicated you with enough of material to chart up your next vacation, we also give you a window to get a better view of Rajasthan, a merger of 22 former princely states."

Rajasthan - A Fecund Desert
Take a sea that has sand instead of water and dunes in place of dolphins. You have camels rather boats or cruises to ferry you across that sand carpet. The tapestry of burning sand in the long summers with large tracts of dune decked plains is none the else than "Rajasthan''. It was to this arid land that man travelled extensively for trade. Now a melange of colours and medley of cultural fête, Rajasthan shares a close semblance with vibrancy and vigour. The city of Rajputs, havelis, forts, turbans and moustaches is a hallmark of Indian Heritage and legacy.

The Making of Rajasthan
Once a halt of the West Asian traders, the desert sand matured to offer the Rajputs rulers a shade and refuge, and thusly finding their swayer. Colours sprang from the deserts and magnificence from the heaven only to see castles of exuberance built on the earth in land of Rajputs- The Rajasthan. The Kings and their sons came to power once more. Beautiful citadels echoed with slashes of swords, and splendid temples, elaborate wells soon saw an uprise in the city of daunt and dare. Celebrated for their valor on the field Rajasthan, people of Rajasthan were also known for their sensitivity. No wonder, Rajasthan is also known for arts and crafts across the board.

Rajasthan -A La Carte
An unmistakable paradise to settle for a vacation, the state shelters a uniqueness of appeal with a fresh charm every time you see it. Replete with stunning palaces, iridescent pink turbaned villages, sandy monotone landscape, forts and palaces, havelis, wildlife, hill station and fairs and festivals, the state provides a wonderful landscape. A most popular tourist destinations in India, this vast state can accommodate its visitors as there is so much to see, from picturesque national parks such as such as those at Bharatpur and Sariska, thriving cities such as Jaipur and Jodhpur, the captivating lakeside towns of Udaipur and Pushkar, the painted havelis of Shekhawati, and the scores of romantic forts s and palaces dotted statewide, including the incomparable fort of Jaisalmer. And then, of course there are ubiquitous camels, gaily caparisioned , threading their way through the dusty streets and bazaars, waiting patiently at traffic lights in Jaipur, or silhouetted against the sunset on the sand and dunes.

Blessed with galore of shades, Rajasthan has a bit of everything to carve out a consummate vacation garrison for you. Check out for principal spots of Rajasthan with these lowdowns.

Educed its name from invincible hills- the 'ajay meru' Ajmer has a strong edifying presence on the spiritual presence. A plethora of tourist spots await you at Ajmer like Sufi Saint Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti and a 19th century Jain Temple are worth visiting. Also you can catch with the Urs, a major festival of Ajmer as join in for the Qawal, as it is essentially traditional recital of muslim devotional verse, at the Ajmer Dargah.

Bikaner is a ready reckoner to a joyous trip across the deserts. Known to be a 'camel country', it has some of the best camel breeds in the country. The major attractions here are Junagarh Fort, Lallgarh Palace, Gajner Palace, Sandeshwar Jain Temple, Shiavbari Temple and Bhandeshwara Temple.

Jaisalmer gives an impression of city risen, like phoenix, from the sand of deserts, wrapped in the splendour of yellow sandstone mansion and forts. Visit the Fort, Patwon Ki Haveli, Rishabdev Culture Temple, Gadsisar Lake, Tazi Tower and Desert National Park at Jaisalmer explore the wonder of this beautiful boondock at Rajasthan.

Advert it by any name you wish to because it is also called as 'Jodha ki Dhani'. A city that sprawls on the sand with rugged palaces and exteriors is a must visit for visitors. There are lot of eye gluing sights like Mehrangarh Fort ,Moti Mahal, Ajit Vilas, Sringar Chowki, Maan Vilas, Umaid Vilas and Phool Mahal at Jodhpur, promising a excellent memorabilia. Do not miss out those object' d art like museum, palanquins and antique clothes at these forts.

It is a city built according to the specifications laid down in ancient architectural texts. The 'pink city ' is the major center for handicrafts and is home to places like Chandra Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Mukut Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple, City Palace Museum and Jantar Mantar etc.

Welcome to Udaipur- the city of lakes. Udaipur beckons you for a romantic getaway amidst the lakes. A serene and heart warming destination, Udaipur has mandate places like Fateh Sagar Lake, Udai Sagar Lake and Lake Pichola. Not just lakes there are palaces and temples like City Palace, Lake Palace, Nagada Temple and Jagdish Temple to catch a glimpse of. Then there are some like Ahar Museum, Shilpgram, Saheliyon ki Bari, Gulab Bagh and Zoo to visit.

Mt. Abu
A summer treat in the Aravallis, with a large lake and several temples, it also doubles as a pilgrim centre. With its 11-13th century Dilwara Jain temple known for quality of sculpturing.

Access Ambit
Visitors coming from overseas can choose to come from Delhi or Mumbai. From Mumbai the entry point to Rajasthan is Udaipur. All points within the state are connected by road and rail. Most principal road heads are an average five hour journey apart, making intra-state travel convenient. Scheduled tourist bus services are available, and cars can be hired. Rajasthan is visitor friendly and all credit cards are accepted in most tourist towns, and certainly at hotels and shops. The state has an extensive network of postal services and banks, as well as telecommunication links with the rest of the world. Rajasthan is truly a place where time, as the cliché goes, has stood still.

Camel Safari
Pushkar Fair
Hawa Mahal
Jaisalmer Fort
Lake Pichola
Lake Palace
Clara Rays
Ms. Clara Rays
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