Rajasthan city is known for its rich and vast deserts, architecture, folk music, tradition, stunning monuments, royal palaces, blossoming gardens and shimmering lakes. The medieval period was really interesting and exciting. The Rajputs treated both males and females alike and there are true stories of romance and love by the side of the famous Rajasthan lakes.
Albert Hall Museum - This museum is situated between the gardens of Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur. It consists of rare items like weapons, arms, pottery, wood crafts, metal, paintings, carpets and textiles.
Pushkar - It is useless to go on Rajasthan tour if you have not visited Pushkar place. It is best known for its popular cattle fair and camel fair which takes place in November month every year. Moreover Pushkar Mela is the attractive site. This fair held in the Brahma temple around the holy Pushkar Lake. Thousands of worshippers bathe in this lake every year on Karthik Purnima.
Amer Palace - This palace was built by Raja Man Singh in the 16th century and is a hypnotic mixture of Mughal and Hindu architecture. This palace was used both for the residential and defense purpose.
Hawa Mahal - Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh is the proud erector of this building which was constructed in 1799. This is the extension and enhancement of the women chambers. This is a secluded portion of the main complex.
City Palace - This is the major palace of Rajasthan city and is an erotic fusion of Mughal architecture and conventional Rajasthan culture. It is a gigantic palace and engrosses 1/7th of the walled city of Jaipur.
Chittorgarh Fort - The Chittorgarh Fort is the proud witness of 3 "Jauhars" and bloody sieges. Jauhar is the Rajput tradition where in the regal maidens as well as sacrifice their life in fire in order to protect their respect and honor from the bloody enemies. They used to take this step when they do not have any other choice.
Jantar Mantar - In the Sanskrit language 'Jantar Mantar' is the term used for the 'Magical Devices'. This place is a collection of giant masonry instruments and these were utilized to measure 'the harmony of the heavens'. The construction was started up by Sawai Raja Jai Singh II, and was completed in a time period of 7 years from 1728 to 1734.
The other famous tourist attractions are Lake Pichola, Ajmer, Mount Abu, Siliserh Lake, Sisodia gardens, Nathdwara, Kota, Bundi, Ranthambore National Park, and many more in the list.
By Air: There are 3 chief airports in Rajsthan that are situated at Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaipur. Three of them provide both private and public airline services to other cities of India. Jaipur airport is the best option when coming from Delhi and the Udaipur airport is the excellent option when coming from Mumbai.
By Train: The railway network is amazing. There are 4 chief railway stations present in Udaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur and Jaipur. You must go for the "Palace on Wheels" luxurious and royal tourist train.
By Road: This state is extensively surrounded with State and National Highways. You just have to drive 5 hours from Delhi to reach Jaipur with panoramic roadways.