Jaipur

The state capital of Jaipur, also heralded as the “Pink city of India” was established in the year 1727 by the ruler of Amber, Sawai Jaisingh II. The enthralling city with a history dating back to centuries, Jaipur enthralls visitors with its appealing beauty & vast history.

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Jodhpur

Home to many palaces, forts, and temples, Jodhpur is surely one of the most famous cities in Rajasthan. Located at the edge of the Thar Desert with perennial gardens, massive heritage hotels, artificial lakes and ponds, Jodhpur is a sight for the sore eyes.

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Jaisalmer

Popularly heralded as the "Golden City," Jaisalmer is the city distinguished by its yellow sandstone architecture. The massive Jaisalmer fort sprawled on the hilltop featuring 99 bastions is one of the main attractions of the city.

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Udaipur

Having served as the capital of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar, Udaipur is the city of artificial lakes, and massive luxurious palaces. Established in 1559 under the reign of Udai Singh II, the city is home to the famous City palace, Lake pichola, and it’s amazing history that dates back to centuries.

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Bikaner

Believed to be civilized even before the Harappan civilization, Bikaner is an intriguing attraction of Rajasthan. Established in the year 1488 A.D by Rao Bika Ji, Bikaner is the land of the great warriors.

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Ajmer

Renowned all over the world as the land of the shrine of the famous sufi saint Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chisti, Ajmer is a highly revered sight. Visited by millions during the Urs of the famous saint, the city is a famous religious heritage site of Rajasthan.

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Mount Abu

The serene hill station set on the rocky plateau of the Aravalli ranges attracts a lot of attention from travelers making their way to India. Blessed with a greenery aura, and cool climate, Mount Abu boasts an unparallel aura that can be best experienced here.

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Bharatpur

Home to the famous Keoladeo Ghana National Park- a famous UNESCO heritage site, the city of Bharatpur serves a lot of wildlife travelers & bird lovers with its diverse wildlife. The city is also home to some historic vestiges, and catches a lot of attention for its lovely & colourful Brij Festival.

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Ranthambhore

Home to the largest national park of north India, the Ranthambore National Park, the city of Ranthambore is one of the topmost destinations for wildlife lovers in Rajasthan. Visit this part of Rajasthan, if you are looking for a wildlife enthusiast looking for a great holiday in Rajasthan.

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Pushkar

The holy town of Pushkar located in the district of Ajmer is the oldest existing cities of India, located on the Shore of Pushkar Lake. Associated with Brahma, Pushkar is home to the only temple dedicated to the deity in India. The Pushkar fair is a famous festival celebrated annually which grabs a lot of attention.

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Shekhawati

Shekhawati

The semi-arid historical region of Shekhawati is located towards the northern region of the state of Rajasthan. Founded by MahaRao Shekha Ji, a Kachhawaha Rajput the region is home to some of the most beautiful & extraordinary painted havelis with dazzling murals.

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Alwar

Alwar

The city of Alwar, earlier known as “Ulwar” served as the ruling capital of the kachwaha (Naruka) Rajputs. Established during 1000 A.D, Alwar had seen the dawn of many dynasties and served as the ruling capital of many dynasties. The major communities of the city are Rajputs, Meenas, Ahirs, Meos and Gujjars.

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Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh

Situated on the banks of the River Gambhiri & Berach River, Chittorgarh is the land of the Chattari Rajputs, a Hindu warrior Kshatriya warrior caste known for their pride, heroism, and sacrifice. Home to the famous Chittorgarh Fort, the city sings the songs of the glorious Rajput tradition.

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Bundi

Bundi

Built and conquered by Rao Deva Singh in the 1241, the city of Bundi is a captivating town dotted with Brahmin houses, hills, crowded bazaars, lakes, and temples at every turn. Some of the fantastic sights her are Bundi palace, Jait Sagar, Menal, Chitrasala, Kshar bag, and the old city of Bundi.

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Khimsar

Khimsar

Khimsar is a unique 16th century Indian village perched on the edge of the lovely Thar Desert. Famous for the Khimsar fort, and the Khimsar sand dune villages, Khimsar is a totally exhilarating experience for every traveler who set foot on this centuries old landscape with battle-scarred walls, and take a walk down its ramparts.

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Kota

Kota

Kota, earlier known as Kotah is a city situated on the banks of the Chambal River. Famous for its coaching institutes, Kota is popularly known as the “Education City of India”. The city is also a leading manufacturer of metal handcrafts, fertilizers, chemicals, and engineering equipment.

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Mandawa

Mandawa

Situated at a distance of 190 km from the capital city of Jaipur, Mandawa is appreciated for its fort and havelis. The city of Mandawa served as the empire of the Bhaojraj Ji Kasubsub tribe of the Shekhawat Rajputs in the 18th century. Dotted with fascinating mansions, the city is often called the “open art gallery” of the state.

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Samode

Samode

The town of Samode located in the Shekhawati region, in the capital city of Jaipur. Located close to the Aravalli hills, the region of Samode is an intriguing site for the visitors, mostly visited for the lovely Samode Palace, built under the reign of Maharaja Jai Singh around 400 years ago.

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