Rajasthan is located in the northwest part of India and is the largest state of the country. A large portion of this land is taken up by the Thar desert. The fame of the rich culture and cuisine of this land is far-reaching. People all over the world travel to see the mesmerizing architecture and heritage this land of kings has to offer.
Here are top 5 places that you need to include in the to-do list when you plan your vacation to Rajasthan.
This poster photo for the state is among the most adored tourist place in India. Built during the time of king Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh this architectural beauty is still studied and examined by leading minds of the industry. The unique design enables a self-cooling characteristic to the mahal.
Also known as Amber Fort, this architectural masterpiece is on the Cheel Ka Teela on Aravalli Hills. Built by Raja Man Singh during late 1500 who was commander in the army of Emperor Akbar. It’s a long walk through this humongous fort so carry adequate supplies for keeping you fresh.
This fort is world-renowned for its astute craftsmanship and architectural brilliance. It is located on the Trikuta Hills, Thar Desert. This monumental fort belongs to the famous Rajput dynasty and was built around the 12th century. It is also known as Golden Fort due to its visual spectacle during sunset.
One of the most famous as well as the largest fort in Rajasthan. This fort is well known for its rich history of the battle between the Rajput and Mughal dynasties. The fort is partially destroyed after years of exploitation by the Mughals. But still a treat for the eyes.
Ajmer Shariff Dargah
This world-famous dargah is a shrine of a well known Sufi saint, Moinuddin Chisti. Located on Taragarh hills the shrine is placed about 2km away from the central Ajmer railway station. This humungous complex with multiple structures has 8 entrances. The dargah also constitutes 8 other tombs apart from the famous Chisti tomb.