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About Pushkar


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Pushkar is a holy township for Hindus, located 11 kms. to the North-West of Ajmer. The attraction of this quiet, lakeside completion so fascinated the enormous Indian poet, Kalidas,that it found a place in his classic, Abhigyan Sakuntalam. The enormous Hindu epic of Mahabharat and Ramayana create reference to this religious place regard to be Adi Tiratha. substantiation points to its having exist all through fourth century B.C. lake in the harsh surrounds of a desert is no less than a miracle. 

The celebrity about the Creator God, Bramha describe the formation of this lake. When the devil Vajra Nabhakilleds Brahma's children, he in turn strike him with his weapon, a lotus blossom. Vajra Nabha die with the crash, and the petals of the lotus floor at three places. One of them is Pushkar, wherever a lake spring into being. Brahma is thought to have perform let go at this lake on Kartik Purnima (the complete moon day of the Kartik month), hallow the place. holy to Brahma, Pushkar boast of its temple devoted to him, which is no extra than one of its sort in the earth. A wet in the waters of Pushkar and respect at his holy place ensure rescue. So thousands gather to Pushkar to examine the rite on kartik Purnima, or on any of the four days previous it. The mainly famous is the BrahmaTemple, thought to be the only temple in the world devoted to this god




 Brahma Ji Temple


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Brahma temple is an very imperative pilgrim centre for  Hindus. It is nestle in the Pushkar vale which deception further than Nagaparvat and the Anasagar lake. This place, filled of natural prettiness, hold a unique place in the hearts of Indians for it’s understood to Lord Brahma, together with all the gods and goddesses, perform a Yagya now. 

Legend also has it that the antique lakeSarovar had appear amazingly, when a lotus fell from the hands of Lord Brahma and drop into the valley. The image of Brahmaji in Pushkar is in a seated Palthi pose. 
This holy place build with marble and ornamented with silvery turtle on the base of the temple. The Rangnath holy place has been build in southern way and is simply superb. Its images are nearly true of life. 

·         A hans(goose-the official carrier of Brahma) spans the gateway to the temple which is crowned with a red spire. 

·         Marble stepladder direct to the temple where a silvery turtle deception marked in the floor face sanctorum. 

·         An interesting feature is the coins studded in the flooring, placed by devotee to remember the births and deaths of their loved ones. 

Brahma is exposed in a life-size appearance with four hand and four faces, facing four different directions.



Savitri Temple


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The one-hour walk up to the top of hill Savitri Temple overlook the lake is best made early in the morning; the view is miraculous.



Ghats and Lakes


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Many Ghats run after to the HolyLake where pilgrims are continuously swim in the holy waters. Joining people at the ghats has to be with some esteem for their culture and privacy. And for this basis, removing shoes before approaching the ghats, no smoking and restraining from photographing bathing people is well avoided. The Pilgrims here are receptive about commentary by non-Hindus. The famous waters of the Pushkar lake wash away the sins of a lifetime. 
The mystic water is also assumed to cure skin infection, making Pushkar the Lourdes of the East.



Pushkar Fair 





Pushkar’, today almost one and the same with the Kartik Mela (Pushkar Fair,Pushkar camel Fair, Pushkar cattle fair) and the lord Brahma temple. The Kartik Fair which is annually held in Pushkar around October – November (Kartik Sudi ekadashi to poonam according to Hin du calendar) has gained international repute as cattle and cultural fair.(Pushkar Fair 2012). 

The Pushkar fair is actually a combination of two fair happening at the same venue the city of Pushkar in Rajasthan.  One of the fair that is take place here at same time, one of the maximum exaltation of Lord of creation, and other is largest camel fair. In the fair different unfounded of cattle Bulls, Horse, Camel, Donkey, etc. brought in this from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, etc. and good trading take place.  The fair started a week before the kartik poonam and ends on the full moon night. 

During the Pushkar Fair pujas are perform almost endlessly by the priest, who guide people through the rituals of taking the holy dip in lake. Looking to the increasing interest and attendance of foreign tourist in the fair, the Sate Govt. and Tourist Culture Department have started organized International Tourist Fair and large numbers of Hotels and resort have spread up in and around Pushkar town which provide every facility to the tourist. 

District Administration also organized different competition and event for the foreign tourist and proper arrangement for their comfort, and security, convenience money exchange taken care by the lo cal Administration.   



Khalbelia "Gypsy" Dance


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From the desert region of India, Rajasthan, comes the snake charming dance of the Khalbelia 'Gypsies'. Wild and sensuous, the skilled dancers accentuate subtle, snake-like movements. As they dance, they fall into rapid spins, whirling their large black skirts adorned with ribbons of color. Dancers are accompanied by percussion and a wind instrument called the ‘poongi’, also known as the ‘snake charming flute’. In recent history the Sapera dancers were hired by great kings and maharajas as well as dancing within their community.     




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Haridwar is district of Uttarakhand state in India. Haridwar is place where the river Ganges enters in plain areas north India after flowing 250 kms from its origin Gaumukh (Gangotri Glacier). Haridwar is the destination where people from across the India visit for pilgrimage and to take a holy dip into the holy river Ganges. Haridwar city is an ancient and it is one of the most sacred cities in India. The diverse nature of the Hindu religion has attracted foreign visitors from all around the world. Foreigners always attracted to Haridwar because here they can closely experience India's complex culture, various Hindu rituals and the ancient civilization.Haridwar 30 kms from Rishikesh and 90 kms from Mussoorie and 220 kms from Delhi.Haridwar is one of the primary areas where river Ganges emerges from the mountains and enters to the plain areas. Lush green forests and crystal clear water of river Ganges and background of mountains create the charming beauty of this holy city. In the evening ghats looks beautiful as hundreds of diyas (lamps) and marigold flowers float and light up the river Ganges. The Rajaji National Park is just 10 kms from Haridwar. Its an ideal destination for wild life and adventure lovers. "Agar apne paap dhone hai to Haridwar mein Gangaji ki dubki lagao" (If you want to purify yourselves take a holy dip in the water of river Ganges at Haridwar. All your sins will be purified). This is most common thing which you can hear about Haridwar in all over India.Haridwar contains two words Hari and Dwar. Hari means god and Dwar means gate. Haridwar means gateway to the god. There are four holy temples Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath on the hills also known as chardham. Haridwar is like a entry point to these chardham. People visit Haridwar before visiting these temples so the town was became famous as Haridwar. Shaivites call it Har Dwar Gateway to Lord Shiva (Kedarnath Temple) and Vaishnavites call it Hari Dwar Gateway to Lord Vishnu (Badrinath Temple) It is also said that Haridwar is blessed by the presence of all three major Gods of Hindus namely Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar. Thus, with all these mythological links attached to its name, it's little wonder why Haridwar is often referred to as 'gateway to god'.


Haridwar is an ancient pilgrimage site situated in the foothills of the shivalik range in Garhwal Himalayas. Haridwar is welcomes the river ganga to the plain areas. Haridwar means gurgling of river Ganges, innumerable temples, groups of monks in saffron clothes, enchanting sounds of vedic hymns and the divine holiness.


Apart from religious importance Haridwar is also a centre for learning different arts and culture. Haridwar is well known as great source of Ayurvedic medicines and herbal remedies. Haridwar is now home to unique Indian tradition of teaching "Gurukula." Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalay is providing unique teaching in Gurukul system since 1902.


Haridwar is always place of interest for the researchers because it is one of the oldest living cities in India. Haridwar has numerous temples with interesting legacies. Maa Ganga after carrying the purity of heaven from the kamandal of Lord Brahma, washing the feet of Lord Vishnu and flowing through the sahastrara of Lord Shiva came on this earth and made Haridwar as it’s divine flow area. From time immemorial, Maa Ganga has been doing the duty of absorbing the heat and negativities of this earth. Besides and , It is Gateway for the four dhams of Himalayas viz. Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath.


Haridwar is divided in several small areas such as Mayapur, Ranipur, Jwalapur, Har Ki Pauri, Motichur, Devpura, Bhupatwala, Haripur Kalan, Shivalik Nagar, and Brhampuri. Haridwar is also one of the four places where Kumbh Mela occurs after rotation of every twelve Years and Ardh Kumbh after every six years. It is said that drops of Amrit (Elixir) fell in to the Brahmkund of Har-Ki-Pauri, therefore considered that a dip in the Brahmakund.



Rishikesh - Rishikesh City - Rishikesh History and Weather


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Rishikesh is town in the Dehradun District of Uttarakhand state in India. Total population of Rishikesh is 75,020 (53% male and 47 % female) as of 2001. Rishikesh is situated at 409 meters above sea level in the foothills of Garhwal Himalayan Range and surrounded by the Shivalik range. Rishikesh is 35 kms far from Haridwar, 90 Kms from Mussoorie, 25 Kms far from Jolly Grant airport Dehradun, and 240 kms far from New Delhi.Rishikesh has spectacular view of jungle-clad hills. Rishikesh has also confluence of River Ganges and Chandrabhaga. The glorious attraction of Rishikesh is none other than the great river Ganges herself, running rapidly throughout the city. In the ancient time and still so many yogis, rishis, sages and sannyasis attracted to Rishikesh to practice yoga in this peaceful location. Since then, Rishikesh has known as an abode of sages. Rishikesh is a holy town with so many Ashrams and it is famous for the yoga world wide. Rishikesh is now world famous as a Yoga Capital of the world. Every year during the March month one week long International yoga festival is hosted by Rishikesh.Rishikesh is also known as gateway to the Char Dham. Char Dham is four popular holy temples on the hills (Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri) Thousands of people attracted every year to Rishikesh for spiritual relief, peace, learn yoga, adventure and to take a dip for salvation. The famous among them were Beatles, Kate Winslet and many more others celebrities. It is believed that by meditation in Rishikesh one can get "Moksha" (liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth) as well as holy dip in the river Ganges.Apart from spirituality now Rishikesh Tourism is also hub for the adventure activities such as rafting, camping, trekking and bungee jumping. Rishikesh is full of tourist every time. There are also big ashrams, centers for Yoga and Meditation, Ayurvedic Massage and astrology are here. Beside being adventure capital of India and Yoga capital of world, Rishikesh is also known as the white water rafting capital of India.Two big suspension bridges play a major role (such as nerve system in body) in day- to- day life of Rishikesh. These two bridges (jhulas) are know as Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula(Named after lord Ram and his brother Lakshman, the heroes of the Ramayana, who supposedly crossed the river Ganges at Rishikesh on their way up to the hills.). Rishikesh is divided loosely in many parts such as Rishikesh, Ram Jhula (Shivanand Nagar), Muni Ki Reti, Lakshman Jhula or Tapovan and Swarg Ashram, Pashulok Barrage, Dhalwala, 14 Bigha and Shisham Jhari.From Ram Jhula one can take a boat on sharing basis or walk on the bridge to cross the river. Both sides of the bridge is always crowded with shops of cloths, holy beads, shawls, precious and semi precious stones, replicas of deities, astrological gems, Ayurvedic medicines and Vedic treatises as well as signs of marketing yoga, meditation classes and Ayurvedic massage. Other side of the bridge is known as Swarg Ashram area. So many big ashrams are here such as Swarg Ashram, Gita bhawan and Parmarth Niketan. When you cross the river temples welcomes you with their engraved deities and music shops greets you divine sacred ragas.In evening beautiful Ganges Ceremony(Ganga Aarti) is organized at Parmarth Niketan and Triveni Ghat. The Brahmin Pundits (priests) performs Ganges Puja (ritual worship) with Vedic hymns, sound of hands clapping and the drums (tabla). Hundreds of people come to witness this Pooja and offer leaf bowls which are filled with flowers and small oil lamps to the goddess. The small sparkling lights floating lamps, river Ganges and auspicious atmosphere creates such a magnificent view and feeling that can attract anyone to join the prayer even the visitors from outside India who can't understand the vedic songs.




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Inextricably linked with the history of Sikhism, Amritsar is amongst the most revered sites of the world. It was founded as recently as the 16th century. Its name is a derivative of the Amrit Sarovar (pool of nectar) amidst which stands the Golden Temple, the most sacred of Sikh shrines. Accounts suggest that Guru Amardas purchased the land from Emperor Akbar and decided to build a tank at the site. Following his death, it was completed by Guru Ramdas and also came to be known as Chak Ramdas or Guru ka Chak. Some of the oldest markets in Amritsar, notably Guru ka Bazaar, date back to his time. The construction of the Golden Temple was initiated by Guru Arjan Dev while Guru Hargobind, who accorded the religion a martial temper, built the Akal Takht in 1606. Amritsar has a rich history encompassing various mythical and historical narratives including the epic Ramayana. It is believed that the site called Ram Tirath was Maharish Valmiki’s ashram, where Sita reportedly gave birth to her twin sons, Luv and Kush. The Gobindgarh Fort and Ram Bagh were built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the founder of the Sikh Empire. While the Jallianwala Bagh continues to be the most evocative monument to India’s freedom struggle. The Khalsa College, established by visionary leaders at the beginning of the 20th century turned Amritsar into a hub of education. Also a centre of thriving industry since its inception, Amritsar is famed for its textiles, particularly shawls, and for its carpets. Amritsar has gained tremendous popularity for its gourmet traditions; especially the dhabas (roadside eatery) that churn out, amongst an inexhaustible list of delicacies, irresistible kulchas, chola-bhaturas, tandoori chicken and fried fish. Amritsar has all the makings of a well-rounded tourist destination; its ancient legends, historical monuments, places of worship, old bazaars, theatre traditions and colourful festivals all serve as a window to its robust past. Excursions to the Harike Bird Sanctuary and visits to the India-Pakistan border at Wagah are an absolute delight, while breaking bread or celebrating Diwali with the denizens of this hospitable city is without parallel.


Delhi - India’s Historical City!


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Delhi is the capital city of India and is regarded as the heart of the nation. The city is popular for its enriched culture and heritage. The city hosts some famous historical monuments and is developing with the passing of time. 

The influence of religious diversity can be seen in the city along with the cultural impact of the Mughal, the ancient Indian and the British. There are many beautiful gardens in the city, away from pollution and busy city life that provide opportunities to walk leisurely in the midst of greenery. 

The capital city is divided into two sections popularly known as Purani Dilli or Old Delhi and Nayi Dilli or New Delhi. Old Delhi is popular for its ancient culture and monuments along with its overcrowded gastronomical lanes. Let’s have a quick peek into the different aspects of Delhi below People of all ages can enjoy there as it has something for everyone to compliment their interests. There is nothing like best time to visit this majestic land but the period between mid October to mid March is considered as an ideal time for those who are not familiar with the summers of Rajasthan. It is because the weather remains pleasant at this time.

Traveling to Rajasthan in summers is not recommended as it could be an uncomfortable trip for those hailing from cold countries and states. The temperature in Rajasthan varies from 45°C to 48°C during summer. May and June are considered as the hottest months of Rajasthan. During summer, the days remain extremely hot but the nights remain chilled.

Old Delhi


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Mughal Emperor Shahjahan founded Old Delhi in 1639 which was formerly known as Shahjahanabad. Till the end of Mughal dynasty it remained the capital of the Mughals. During ancient times, the city was known for housing exquisitely designed mosques, beautiful gardens, and magnificent mansions of members and nobles of the royal court. Though this part of Delhi has become extremely crowded yet it symbolizes the heart of Delhi.

The Mughals built many palaces and forts in Delhi. The wall city was built by Shah Jahan in between 1638 to 1649, including the Chandni Chowk and the Lal Qila. The original cantonment of Delhi was at Daryaganj which later shifted to Ridge area. Old Delhi had the first wholesale market and the first hardware market was opened in Chawri Bazaar in the year 1840. Then the next wholesale market was opened at Khari Baoli which was of dry fruits, herbs and spices in 1850. Daryaganj also had a Phool Mandi (Flower Market), established in 1869. Though the area is small and densely populated it holds much importance.

The capital of India was shifted to Calcutta post 1857 revolt and after the fall of the Mughal Empire. It remained the capital until 1911. So, Lutyens’ Delhi was developed after the change was declared. It was developed in New Delhi located south-west of Shahjahanabad. Therefore, the Old Delhi was named so and New Delhi was considered as the seat of national government then. In the year 1931, it was officially inaugurated. Some people moved out of the walled city by 1930s as it became congested and areas around the city were getting developed.


New Delhi


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 The remarkable Indian Capital was architecturally designed by the British architect Edwin Lutyens and was named after him. It has a pleasant contrast to the twisted streets of Old Delhi. Enriched with history and culture, the impressive avenues and imperial buildings of New Delhi are included in the list of attractions. Humayun’s Tomb, Gandhi Ji's Delhi home, the site where he was assassinated are all located in New Delhi that draws a large number of tourists every year. Akshardham Temple, India Gate and Gurudwara Bangla Sahib are some of the major attractions of New Delhi. 

Various shopping malls and local markets are there for the locals and the visitors, providing them a wide option to shop in the city. Other options of entertainment are also available in the city such as discs, cafes, cinema halls. Wide options for eating out in the city are there as the capital city houses numerous eating outlets and restaurants serving relishing and traditional cuisines.

Delhi is well connected with the neighboring regions and other major cities of India through all modes of transport such as airways, railways and roadways. The traffic of New Delhi remains busy and chaotic because of increased population and vehicles. One needs to negotiate on fare for taxis and autos while hiring to travel within the city. One can also opt for the safest, convenient and quickest mode of transport - the Metro Rail to travel across the city and to its nearby regions. 

If you are planning to visit Delhi, know properly about the city before packing your travel bags. We will help you to have in depth knowledge about the city and will give you travel tip as well.  




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 Located in the western part of Uttar Pradesh, Mathura is a jumble of never-ending lanes teeming with folks, rickshaws and glittering shops. The city is dotted with magnificent temples, most of them dedicated to Lord Krishna, the city’s presiding deity and its first citizen. These temples depict various phases of Lord Krishna’s life, taking the devotees back to the divine era. Mathura is an important pilgrimage destination of the Hindus and is one of the seven sacred cities of India. Lord Krishna was born around 5000 years ago on this land as an 8th child to Mata Devaki and Vasudeva in the prison cell of the tyrant Kansa, Lord Krishna’s maternal uncle. The land is daubed with an enchanting culture, which is enough to capture your heart and touch your soul. Vrindavan is a holy town in Mathura and is the most significant pilgrimage site in Braj region, attracting around 500000 pilgrims every year. It is believed that Lord Krishna spent his childhood here. Even the dust of this holy place is said to be sacred and devotees are often seen smearing it on their forehead. It is believed that Vrindavan was lost over time, until the 16th century, when it was rediscovered by the saint from Nabadwip, Chaitanya, Mahaprabhu, who travelled to Vrindavan in 1515. 




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It was once the capital of Mughal Empire. Since Shah Jahan could not stay in the land after the death of his beloved wife, he shifted the capital to Delhi. Agra is located on the western banks of the river, Yamuna. It is about 200 km away from the capital of the country, New Delhi.

People think Agra is just for Taj Mahal. But, it is an enthusiast place that would put you in awe. Agra was the capital of the great Akbar. Thus, there are a lot of architectural marvels to enjoy here that are related to Persian style. The iconic tourism destination is the world wonder, Taj Mahal. Apart from this, you can find tombs of various kinds, religious places, Yamuna River and water related activities in the river.

It is Agra is a colourful place. It still has the colourful medieval look. The narrow lanes, modern era hustle and local amusement would attract the visitors. With fast trains, it is easier to visit Agra from Delhi. People usually visit Agra for a day or two to enjoy all the attractions. Starting from the local relishing cuisine to Indo-Persian architecture, there are a lot of awe-factors in this land.

Agra is situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh and gets the most amounts of tourists every year. Do you know that this place has three attractions that are considered to be a heritage place by UNESCO? Starting from Holi to Diwali, a lot of festivals would transform this district into a paradise. If you want to look at the real colour of India, visit Agra during any important festival. 


Fatehpur Sikri


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This magnificent fortified ancient city, 40km west of Agra, was the short-lived capital of the Mughal empire between 1572 and 1585, during the reign of Emperor Akbar. Earlier, Akbar had visited the village of Sikri to consult the Sufi saint Shaikh Salim Chishti, who predicted the birth of an heir to the Mughal throne. When the prophecy came true, Akbar built his new capital here, including a stunning mosque, still in use today, and three palaces, one for each of his favourite wives – one a Hindu, one a Muslim and one a Christian (though Hindu villagers in Sikri dispute these claims).


Ranthambore National Park


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Ranthambore National Park holds the significant status in the tourism sector of India with its distinct class and charm. However, the Ranthambore National Park is not one of the biggest National parks of India, but surely it is the most famous one. Situated in the vicinity of the Aravali hills and Vindhya plateau, the Ranthambore forest spreads over an area of 1334 sq km with having the 392 sq km of the area as the national park. Highly revered for the natural habitat to the significant number of Royal Bengal tigers, the Ranthambore tiger reserve is very popular among the wildlife lovers for its diurnal tigers, which means tourist can easily spot a tiger during their day safari visit.

National Park has taken its name from the famous Ranthambore Fort which is situated within the park. The park is located in the district of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan and at the distance of around 11 km from the Sawai Madhopur railway station. Sawai Madhopur is approx 130 km away from the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Before the independence of India, the Ranthambore forest was under the Jaipur Kingdom and was the hunting place for the Maharajah and other royal members of the Jaipur Kingdom. In 1973, the forest was incorporated into the tiger project and declared as the national park in 1980.

Today, the Ranthambhore national park is a popular tourist destination for the ranthambore national park safari. Due to many of the popular tigers living in this forest park, thousands of tiger lovers from all over the world visit here daily during the safari season. Among many famous tigers, the tigress Machli was the most celebrated tiger in the world. However, she died last year in August 2016 but left many legends of her youth days. Her prodigy of braveness and strength has inspired many wildlife documentaries, movies and TV shows. Watching these dangerous wild predators in their natural wild environment at a short distance is really an adrenaline-pumping adventure to savor for whole life.

The Ranthambhore National Park not only boasts of its populous tiger reserve, but also the heritage sites which includes the mighty Ranthambore Fort, Jogi Mahal, Ancient temple and Rajbagh ruins which are the reminders of glory and grandeur of the Rulers of Ranthambore. Many picturesque lakes like Padam Talao, Malik Talao, Raj Bagh Talao and others are enriching the landscape of this forest which consists of deciduous forest, small hills, valleys and lush greenery. The park is enclosed by the Chambal River and Banas River from the two sides enhancing the wild ambience of the Ranthambhore forest. Without any doubt, the tour to this National Park of Rajasthan will be the best holiday for you if you actually love nature and wildlife. The whole experience of watching majestic tigers roaming freely in the park, a mesmerizing gamut of ultimate species of animals and birds and captivating greenery will enthrall your mind and you will be thanking yourself for having embarked on this wildlife journey Click Here For More Information About National Park.




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Jaipur, popularly known as the “Pink City”, and “Paris of India”, is the capital of Rajasthan state, India. Jaipur is worldwide famous for unique Architecture, Vastu, Astrology, Forts, Monuments, Palaces, Art and Craft, Culture and last but not least for unique Food.  

Jaipur is renowned on international tourism map as one vertex of Golden Triangle of Indian tourism. Many scripts and poems have been written on the beauty of Jaipur city by domestic tourists as well as foreign tourists. Countless documentary movies have been made on Jaipur in last 250 years.

Main attractions of Jaipur tour are Amber fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Galta temple, Birla temple, Govind dev ji temple and Albert hall museum for sight seeing.

In addition to this, it is best to always check the schedules of fairs and festivals of Jaipur at the time of planning your Jaipur tour so that you can witness colorful fairs and festivals of Jaipur.


Jaipur was founded on 18th November 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, a Kachawaha Rajput, who ruled from 1699-1744. Initially his capital was Amber (now pronounced as Amer), lies at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II felt the need of shifting his capital city because of safety reasons as it was likely to be attacked by a Mughal King Bahadur Shah after the death of Aurangzeb.

Ever-increasing population and growing scarcity of water also pushed him to set up a well planned city.


Jaipur Architecture is world wide famous because of its technical details and beauty. Jaipur Architecture is based on Indian Vastu concepts. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II – the founder of Jaipur was a great architect and astronomer. He also had a good knowledge of Indian Vastu. This is the reason that the architecture of Jaipur is a wonderful case study for the modern architects of the whole world.


Jaipur has a semi-arid climate. Temperatures vary here in different seasons. In the summer months of April to June, average daily temperature remains around 35 degree Calcius in Jaipur. May and June are the hottest months in Jaipur. Temperature reaches up to 40-45 degree Calcius in these months. 

Annually the rainfall is concentrated in the monsoon months between June (Last of June) and September. It receives over 500 mm (approx 20 inch) of rainfall an average. 


Jaipur is known as Heritage City because of its rich heritage culture, customs, traditions, fairs and festivals, civilization, and hundreds years old forts and monuments. The glorious architecture of Jaipur the Pink City is renowned across the world. Wonderful Forts and Monuments garland the entire city in a planned manner.




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Located in the midst of Thar Desert, Bikaner is a "cultural paradise and a traveller's haven". The city will mesmerize you with the camels sauntering its beautiful sand dunes and captivate you with its ancient palaces and forts. Rightly called as one of the three great desert kingdoms of Rajasthan, the dazzling city boasts of old-world charm, opulent havelis and depicts a pleasing bygone era of the Rajputs. Best known as the "camel country" for breeding some best-knownn riding camels, Bikaner also happens to house one of the only two models of the biplane used by the British in World War 1.

Bikaner with its magnificence in architecture, art and culture has sands filled with colour, festivity and cultural marvels. Sand Dunes and the Desert Safari are among major attractions. Bikaner is also famous for hosting the international Camel festival which draws tourists from world over. Other attractions here include experiencing delicacies such as Thandai, Bhujias, shopping for the fascinating Ivory and Lacquer items or simply witnessing the immense heritage taking the form of wall paintings and arts and crafts in the area.


Khuri Sand Dunes Jaisalmer


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Khuri sand dunes are located in the outskirts of Jaisalmer, around 40 K.M. southwest from the main city. Khuri is a small and beautiful village with very less population and yet a majestic beauty of its own. Khuri is famous for its desert beauty, here you can experience the traditional lifestyle and Rajastani folklores at its best. The sand dunes here are enough to keep you awestruck. In the land of Rajput, the scattered mud houses and the simplistic living of the locals will give you the best glimpse of native Rajasthan.

The camel rides take you to its breathtaking heights as you get a closer view of thatched straw roofs, narrow streets, other camels, and the colorful local bazaar. The tourists often organize campfires here and listen to the songs of 'Kalbeliyas'.

Khuri sand dunes are still unexplored to some extent. The best time to visit Khuri sand dunes is from October to March as summer is too hot. The best things to be done in Khuri are desert safari, enjoy the sand dunes and visit the Sam sand dunes.


Khuri has some of the best resorts and homestays with decent facilities where the locals serve in traditional Rajasthani style. Resorts and homestays arrange for dune visits in a systematic way. Camping out in the deserts lands during night is a good option for those who love counting stars.




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Jodhpur "The Sun City" was founded by Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rathore clan, in 1459. It is named after him only. Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India was previously known as Marwar. Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. It is divided into two parts - the old city and the new city. The old city is separated by a10 km long wall surrounding it. Also it has eight Gates leading out of it. The new city is outside the walled city. 

Jodhpur is a very popular tourist destination. The landscape is scenic and mesmerizing. Jodhpur city has many beautiful palaces and forts such as Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhavan Palace and Rai ka Bag Palace. Other charms of Jodhpur include Government museum and it's beautiful Umed garden. The city is known as the "Sun City" because of its bright and sunny weather throughout the year. Read on for more Jodhpur information.



Ranakpur Temple


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Ranakpur Temples are acclaimed world-wide for their intricate and superb architectural style. These temples form one of the five major pilgrimages of the Jains. Located in village of Ranakpur near Sadri town in the Pali district of Rajasthan, Ranakpur temple lies at a distance of 95 kms in the north of Udaipur city. The temple is easily accessible from the city of Udaipur as regular buses are easily available. Built in the 15th century, Ranakpur temples are known for being the largest and most important temples of the Jain cult. 

The temple is said to have been built by Seth Dharna Sah (a Jain businessman) with the aid of Rana Kumbha, who ruled Mewar in the 15th century. Ranakpur got its name after the name of the Rajput Monarch and likewise the temples. The temple complex is positioned in an isolated valley on the western side of the Aravalli Range. The Jain Temples of Ranakpur are certainly creditable for their splendid architecture. This temple is wholly constructed in light colored marble and comprises a basement covering an area of 48000 sq feet. There are more than 1400 exquisitely carved pillars that support the temple. 

In the complex, there are several temples including Chaumukha temple, Parsavanath temple, Amba Mata Temple and Surya Temple. Amongst all of them, Chaumukha Temple is the most important and as the term Chaumukha suggests, this temple is four-faced. Chaumukha temple is dedicated to Lord Adinath, who is the first 'Tirthankara' of the Jains. The Temple structure is highly compound having four different doorways to get into the chambers. These chambers ultimately take you to the main hall where the image of Adinath is positioned. 

The four faced image also symbolizes the Tirthankara's quest for the four directions and ultimately the cosmos. The image is surrounded by many small shrines and domes. One more range of cells with separate roofs encircles these shrines and domes all over again. The five spires elevate above the walls and around 20 cupolas rise from roof of the pillared hall. Each spire houses a shrine and the largest shrine is the important one that addresses the central altar. The temple ceilings are festooned with foliate scrollwork and geometric patterns. 

The temple is a masterpiece of architecture and boasts of not less than four additional shrines. It has 24 pillared halls with 80 domes that are supported by 400 columns. The upper and lower parts of the domes are linked by brackets that have deities' sculptures. Above all, you would be amazed to see at a height of 45 feet engraved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures. Each column is intricately carved and it is surprising to know that no two columns have the similar design.

Apart from this, another stunning act about these columns is that they change their color from golden to pale blue after every hour during the day. In the mandap (prayer hall), the two big bells of 108 kg each produce a harmonious sound on the movement. Chaumukha temple is formed like a Nalinigulm Vimana (heavenly aircraft) and provides this whole structure a celestial appearance. Conceivably, it is due to the intricacy of the structure that the temple took approximately 65 years to complete. 

The Temple of Parsavanath is another attraction that is worth visiting. Built in the mid 15th century, the temple is renowned for its engraved windows embellished with Jain figures. Parsavanath Temple is also known as Patriyon Ka Mandir. In close proximity to this temple, you can trace two other temples dedicated to Neminath (22nd saint) and Surya Narayan (Sun God) respectively. Here, Surya Narayan Temple has innumerable wall projections with circular structure. The sight of Lord Surya driven in his chariot of seven horses is truly pleasing. 

Ranakpur Temple was also nominated amongst the top 77 wonders, while deciding for new Seven Wonders of the World. However, number of wonders cannot be increased and some or the other would come amongst the top seven, still Ranakpur Temple is undoubtedly a wonder. If you are on a trip to Udaipur, don't miss this artistic temple that would become an unforgettable part of your beautiful memories.


Kumbhalgarh Fort Rajasthan 


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The fort that has made its mark in history as the second largest wall after the Great Wall of China – it is none but the Kumbhalgarh fort in Rajasthan. The mighty fort is 3600 ft tall and 38km long that surrounds the area of Udaipur. It was considered to have been built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. The fort is further declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is under the group Hill Forts of Rajasthan. It is located strategically on the western Aravalli hills. 

Having witnessed a large number of wars, the hill serves as the boundary that is unbreakable. The fort that has seven fortified gateways and a number of Jain temples within it , along with the Lakhola Tank which is the most famous tank inside the fort that was constructed by Rana Lakha. The fort consists of a number of Hindu temples and Jain temples that indicate the religious tolerance of the rulers and how they patronized the Jains and encouraged their culture in the kingdom.


The brilliant Kumbhalgarh fort is said to be the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. The fort further consists of inscriptions on the foot of idols in Hanuman Pol that provides details of construction of the fort. The Badshahi Bavdi is a stepped tank that was built by the general of Akbar to provide drinking water to the army troops in 1578. The fort initially faced many problems during construction but was resolved by performing a human sacrifice and the main gate of the fortress which is the Hanuman Pol, contains the shrine and a temple to thank and remember the great sacrifice of a warrior.


Udaipur – City of Lakes 


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Udaipur, A Place resembling to Heaven also called the Venice of the East, awarded the most beautiful city of Asia , is also known as city of lakes due to the enormous natural beauty of man-made lakes which lies in the heart of the city.

Udaipur , in Rajasthan which is situated 403 Km from the state capital, Jaipur. Udaipur in ancient times was the capital of mewar and still shows believes in “atithi Devo Bhav” . The Guests in Mewar are well treated like no other place. After Maharana Udai Singh founded the city, the Sesodia when were ruling the Mewar, shifted the capital from Chittorgarh to Udaipur, the City of lakes. Mewar was not a part of Rajasthan  till India was ruled by British Empire., After India was free , Mewar was joined to Rajasthan. The Lake Palace showing the greatness of Rajputana is situated on an Island in the pichola lake and is one of the best hotels of the world. Now a days, many of the historic places are converted into hotels  There are mainly 6 lakes in the city and nearby the city named Fateh Sagar, Lake Pichola, Udai Sagar and Swaroop Sagar. Other lakes lie outside the city and are discussed below on this page.

History of Udaipur City

Maharana Udai Singh II founded the city of Udaipur in the year 1559 which lies in the southwest of the river Banas. Udaipur was the first capital of Kingdom of Mewar. Old people and Historical documents says that the Maharana Udai Singh II was hunting in the aravali hills and reached the place and decided to built a place to live assuming it was a safe place. As the Mughals captured the Chittorgarh fort, Maharana Udai Singh shifted to Udaipur where they build a place to live. In 1818, The city become the princely state of the British Rule. As the city is surrounded by aravali hills, it was not possible for the heavy loaded horses of the Mughals to reach the place, it was a safe place from the mughal attack.

The kingdom of Nepal and Jammu are assumed to be originated by Mewar. Mahendra Singh Mewar who belong to the royal family is the king of the city now.

Udaipur city is also famous for its wooden toys which are exported all over the world.


Tourism in Udaipur

Udaipur being termed as the most beautiful city of Asia, is a most visited destination of India. It is also a place where royal weddings of film-stars, great businessman and celebration takes place. The lakes in Udaipur  provide a very lively environment and the palaces give a very pleasant look to the city.

Places in and near the City

Here are the must visit places listed regarding the city of Udaipur  for details about the place, follow the link in the name of the place.

Forts and Palaces: City Palace Udaipur | Mansoon Palace(Sajjan Garh) | Kumbhalgarh Fort 

Lakes : Fateh Sagar lake | Lake Pichola | Badi lake | Udai Sagar | Purohiton ka Talab

Gardens : Saheliyo Ki bari | Gulab Bagh | Doodh Talai | Nehru Garden | Rajiv Gandhi Garden

Temples : Jagdish Temple | Mahakelswar Temple | Neemuch Mata | Karni Mata 

Hotels : Lake Palace Udaipur | Jag Mandir | Fateh Prakash Palace 

Museums : Bhartiya Lok kala mandal | Moti Magri | Bagore Ki Haveli | Ahar Museum | Shilpgram | Haldighati | Pratap Gaurav Kendra

Others : Solar Observatory. 



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Chittorgarh is located in the southern part of the Rajasthan. It is 309 kms away from the state capital city Jaipur and 570 kms away from national capital city Delhi. Chittorgarh is located beside a high hill near the Gambheri River. Chittorgarh is mainly known for bravery and sacrifice. It has been the land of worship for Meera. Chittorgarh is also known as “Bhakti aur Shakti ki nagri”.

Geographical Knowledge – Chittorgarh

The area of land in the Chittorgarh district is 3.17 percent of the Rajasthan. It encompasses 10,856 square meter area of land. The four major rivers that pass through Chittorgarh district are Banas, Chambal, Jakaharn and Bedach along with tributaries like Barhmani, Gunjali and Gambhiri. The city is located at 24.88o N and 74.63o E. Chittorgarh has average elevation of 394 meters i.e., 1292 ft.

Historical information of Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh is the land of sacrifice. The history of the Chittorgarh city is among one of the most stirring chapters in the Indian history. The people of this region always chose death before surrendering against anyone. Chittorgarh was built by Maurya dynasty in 17th century AD. It was named as Chitrakut after Chitrangada Mori. The fort is surrounded by a great circular wall and seven huge gates before to enter in the main fort area. These seven huge entry gates are Hanuman Pol, Lakshman Pol, Bhairon Pol, Ganesh Pol, Padan Pol, Jorla Pol and the main royal gate is known as Ram Pol. Bappa Rawal was the founder of the Mewar kingdom and he made Chittorgarh as capital city in 734 AD. Chittorgarh remained capital of Mewar for the long 834 years.

Rani Padmini

The first attack on the city is done by Alauddin Khilji in 1303 AD. He heard about the beauty of Rani Padmini and attacked on Chittorgarh. Rani Padmini was wife of Rana Ratan Singh. She was the beauty beyond any doubt. But when she heard the news of falling of the kingdom, she preferred death and committed jauhar along with all other ladies of the fort. Chittorgarh was captured by Alauddin Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi in 1303 AD.

Maharana Pratap

Maharana Pratap was son of Rana Udai Singh II. He ate bread made up of grass. He spent all his to achieve his goal of reconquering Chittorgarh from Akbar. He is the greatest hero for the Rajputs of Mewar. He died in 1597. Maharana Pratap never compromised his honour for safety. He spent his life in jungles and fighting to achieve his goal.

Population and Literacy Rate

The population of the Chittorgarh city is 116,409 as per census 2011. The total population of the whole Chittorgarh district is 1,802,656. It corresponds to 3.19 percent of the total population of the state. Out of the total population of Chittorgarh district males are 917,023 and females are 885,633. Around 16 percent population resides in urban area and the rest 83.96 percent resides in rural areas. The literacy rate in urban area is 81.01 percent where as in rural area it is only 49.11 percent and the overall literacy rate of the Chittorgarh district is 54.37 percent.

Tourist Attractions about Chittorgarh

Best time to visit Chittorgarh is from October to March. Chittorgarh always attracts wild life lovers and nature lovers because it bears very nice wild life sanctuaries. There are numerous historical landmarks and many beautiful imposing temples of great past in Chittorgarh. Best attracting places in Chittorgarh are Chittorgarh fort, Rana Kumbha’s palace, Rani Padmini’s palace, Kithi Stamb, Victory Tower, Kalika Mata Temple, Samadhisvara Temple, Ratan Singh Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace and Kumbhaswamin Temple. Place to visit around Chittorgarh are Bassi Wildlife sanctuary, Menal, Sawariyaji temple, Deogarh, Bijaipur, Bijolia, Sita Mata sanctuary, Nagri and Mandalgarh.  



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 tourism place that captures every kid's idea of a perfect desert, Bundi is like nowhere else in Rajasthan. Located in the south-eastern region in a narrow valley within the Aravalli Hills like a small oasis, Bundi is also known as the blue city of Eastern Rajasthan. It is mainly famous for its tourist attractions like mansions, forts, paintings, step wells, and palaces. All these places together make Bundi a perfect travel destination in Rajasthan. Such charming is the silhouette of the city that one can see its mention in literary and cinematic works of many veteran authors and filmmakers, like Rudyard Kipling in 'Kim' novel, Rabindranath Tagore in 'False Fort' (Nakalgarh Poem), and Satyajit Ray in his movie 'Sonar Kella.'