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Bikaner Travel Guide

Junagarh Fort

This fort was built by Raja Rai Singh, as the work commenced on 1589 and finished on 1594. It is encircled by a moat and made from red sandstone. It is also comprised of many apartments and palaces that show the richly medieval period of this city.

Karni Mata Temple

This 600 year old famous temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, which is dedicated to Karni Mata (an incarnation of Goddess Durga). It also has a big population of rats that move around freely and feed on milk and sweets.

Gajner Palace

This monument was built in the year 1976 by King Ganga Singh, which is located on the edge of a lake and spreads in an area of 6000 acres.

Jaisalmer Travel Guide

Jaisalmer Fort

It is one of the largest forts in India and also called as “the Golden Fort”. It was constructed by Rawal Jaisal in 1156. This fort is one of the most well known landmarks of Jaisalmer and situated in the heart of the city. It is listed as UNESCO world heritage site.

Gadsisar Lake

It is an artificial lake firstly built by the first ruler of Jaisalmer, Rawal Jaisal Singh and later Maharaja Garisisar Singh revamped and rebuilt the lake. It is encircled by several temples and during the winter season, different types of migratory birds flock here.

Sam Sand Dunes

It is around 42 km away from Jaisalmer and recommended as the best place to enjoy camel safari. At the time of sunset, you can enjoy bonfire activities and stay overnight in a tent.

Jodhpur Travel Guide

Mehrangarh Fort

It is one of the largest forts in India and located on a steep hill that gives panoramic view of the whole Jodhpur city. The foundation of this grand fort was laid by a Rathore ruler – Rao Jodha in 1459. It also houses a big museum that showcases big collection of folk musical instruments, paintings, cannons, furniture and palanquins.

Umaid Bhawan Palace

It is one of the world’s largest private residences having 347 rooms. The foundation of this palace was laid by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1929 and was completed in the year 1945.

Jaswant Thada

This monument was constructed in 1899 by Maharaja Sardar Singh in the memory of his father. It is also popularly known as “Taj Mahal of Marwar” and features a Rajputana style of architecture. This memorial has been constructed like a temple with stunning pillars, domes, frescos and sculptures.

Pushkar Travel Guide

Pushkar Lake

This holy lake was formed due to a lotus falling off from the hand of Lord Brahma. It is believed that water of this lake contains curative and medicinal powers. All the people coming here take a holy dip to wash off their sins. There are many Ghats encircling this consecrated lake.

Brahma Temple

The lone temple in India wherein Lord Brahma (creator of the world) is worshipped. It is believed to be built in the 14th century and has a majestic four-headed image of Lord Brahma.


In Pushkar, there are more than 400 temples and 52 Ghats. Thousands of people come here every year to visit these Ghats and visit temples.

Pushkar Fair

During the month of October and November, Pushkar Camel Fair starts. This week long fair is packed with some exciting activities like camel race, moustache competition, bridal competitions, puppet shows, soulful ballads, Rajasthani dances, bonfire activities, tribal folk dance and much more. In this fair, camels are paraded, raced, beautified, sold and bought.

Ranthambore Travel Guide

Ranthambore Fort

It was built in 944 AD by Rajput King Sapaldaksha of Chauhan Dynasty. All the successors to the king contributed towards the further construction of this fort. This fort is located within Ranthambore National Park and perched high on a hill of about 700ft.

Ranthambore National Park

This is one of the most famous tiger reserves in Indian wherein you can enjoy tiger sighting and spot various exotic birds & wild animals like deer, bear, fox, wild sloth and many others.

Udaipur Travel Guide

Jagdish Temple

A big Hindu temple built in 1651 by Maharana Jagat Singh and features an Indo-Aryan style of architecture.  This three- storied temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and comprised of lush halls, painted walls, decorated ceilings and wonderfully carved pillars. It is located in the heart of Udaipur city and has a black stone image of Lord Vishnu.

City Palace

It is one of the most famous architectural wonders of Udaipur, which overlooks the Lake Pichola. It was constructed over a period of 400 years by several kings, starting by the Maharana Udai Singh. This palace features Mughal & Rajasthani style of architecture and comprised of hanging gardens, corridors, terraces, pavilions and courtyards. Enjoy the panoramic view of Udaipur city from this palace complex.


It is a famous garden in Udaipur that has marble elephants, a lotus pool, kiosks and fountains. This garden is also called as “Courtyard of the Maidens” and was built by Maharana Sangram Singh in the 18th century for a group of 48 maids who accompanied the queen in her marriage.

Fateh Sagar Lake

This is an artificial lake in Udaipur that was built in 1678 by Maharana Jai Singh. This pear-shaped lake is a perfect spot to enjoy boating and encircled by Aravalli hills from three sides. This lake also has three small lakes, which can be reached by a boat ride.

Jaipur Travel Guide

Amber Fort (Amer Fort)

Situated 11 km away from Jaipur, this fort was constructed in 16th century by Raja Man Singh over a hilltop and overlooks Maota Lake. Built of marble and red sandstone, this opulent fort has many highlights like Sukh Niwas, Jai Mandir, Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace), Diwan-e-Khas and many others. Enjoy elephant ride as well in this grand fort.

Jal Mahal (Water Palace)

Situated in the middle of Man Sagar Lake, this palace was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in the 18th century with Mughal-Rajputana style of architecture. This five-storied palace is made of red sandstone and four floors remain under the water with visibility of only fifth floor.

Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds)

This palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 and boasts a bee-hive structure with more than 953 windows. The architectural and cultural heritage of this palace reflects a wonderful fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture.

City Palace

Initially the construction of this fort was started by Sawai Jai Singh II between 1729 and 1732. This palace complex is a remarkable blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. The most visited and most prominent structures in this palace are the City Palace Museum, Shri Govind Dev Temple, Maharani’s Palace, Mukut Mahal, Mubarak Mahal and the Chandra Mahal.

Albert Hall Museum

Located amidst the Ram Niwas Garden, this is the oldest museum in Jaipur and was opened for the public in 1868. It houses more than 19000 historic artifacts like marble statues, musical instruments, miniature paintings, tribal costumes, ceramics, sculptures, textiles, jewelry, ivory work, clay models and much more.