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Most Famous Places to visit in Rajasthan

Most Famous Places to visit in Rajasthan

Jaipur

Hawa Mahal, Rajasthan

Hawa Mahal, Jaipur Rajasthan
Hawa Mahal

Jaipur is famous for its magnificent forts, palaces and beautiful lakes, which attract tourists from all over the world.

Rajasthan’s Famous Hawa Mahal has 952 windows on 5 Storie building.

Chandra Mahal (City Palace)

Chandra Palace in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
“Chandra Mahal – Moon Palace, Jaipur” by Ukenaut is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

City Palace or Chandra Mahal was built by Maharaja Jai ​​Singh II in 1799 AD.  The Jaipur city is the finest art culture of the Mughal Combination with Rajasthani architecture.

Jaipur City Palace in Rajasthan was designed by Lalchand Ustaad.

Amer Fort, Jaipur

Image of Amer Fort at JaipurThe Amer Fort has several structures, including mansions, spacious chambers, pillared visitors galleries, gardens and temples.

Amer Mahal is a classic example of a mixture of Mughal and Hindu architectural styles.

Albert Hall, Jaipur

Albert Hall Muesum
Albert Hall Photo by Sagar Soneji from Pexels

The museum, named Albert Hall, was built by Sawai Ramsingh on the arrival of the Prince of Wales to Jaipur in 1876 and opened to the public in 1886.

The Government Central Museum has a rich collection of ivory works, textiles, jewelry, carved woodwork, miniatures, marble statues, weapons, and weapons.

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Jaipur

Sawai Jai Singh II also built the ‘Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh’ for his Sisodia Rani Sahiba.

Jal Mahal {Water Palace}

Water Palace near Jaipur Built in 1799
Photo by Ravi Shekhar on Unsplash

Jal Mahal is a beautiful palace situated in the middle of Mansagarhil, built for royal duck-hunting.

‘Kanak Vrindavan’ is a popular temple group in Jaipur, famous for its ancient Govindev Deity.

The markets of Jaipur are vibrant and the shops are full of colorful items, including handloom products, precious jewels, textiles, meenakari goods, Rajasthani paintings etc.

Jaipur is also famous for marble statues, blue pottery and Rajasthani shoes.

Major markets of Jaipur, from where you can buy some useful goods, Johri Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar, Wide Way, Tripolia Bazaar and M.I. Roads.

Rajasthan State Transport Corporation (RSRTC) has bus services to all major destinations in North India.

Virat Nagar (old name Bairath) near Jaipur, where the Pandavas had been unknown, has a unique shrine called Vajrang Mandir on the Panchkhand Mountains where Hanuman ji has a monkey face and a tailless idol installed, immortal freedom fighter, famous The writer was Mahatma Ramchandra Veer.

Balotra

Here the work of printing Vasrat is done and its important thing is that the water of Luni river becomes salty (saline) from this place. It is included in Barmer district.

 

Bharatpur

Bharatpur, the ‘Gateway to East Rajasthan’, holds its importance in the tourist map of India.

A major tourist destination in the current map of India, Bharatpur has gone through several stages since the fifth century BCE.

18th-century dense bird sanctuary, also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park.

Lohagarh also known as Iron Fort, Lohagarh is one of the major historical attractions of Bharatpur. The one who didn’t win

The Bharatpur Museum is a major source of interviews with the valiant past with the past royal splendor of Rajasthan.

A beautiful garden, Nehru Park, which is near the Bharatpur Museum.

Deeg Jalmahal is an attractive palace, built by the Jat rulers of Bharatpur.

Jodhpur

Jodhpur, founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, the head of a dynasty known as the Rathores, is the second largest city in the state in the central part of the western part of Rajasthan and is a popular tourist destination due to scenic palaces, fortifications and temples. Is the destination.

Handloom, textile industry and metal-based industries contribute to the city’s economy.

Mehrangarh Fort, 125 meters high and spread over an area of ​​5 km, is one of the large fortifications in India that houses many well-equipped palaces like Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal. The museum also has a rich collection of miniatures, musical instruments, costumes, armory, etc.

The princely state of Jodhpur was a princely state in the Marwar region from 1250 to 1949. Its capital has been in Jodhpur city since the year 1950.

Sawai Madhopur

The city of Sawai Madhopur was founded by Sawai Madho Singh I, the former Maharaja of Jaipur in 1765 AD and the district of Sawai Madhopur was created on 15 May 1949 AD after his name, Meena Bahulya This district has great importance as historicity.

The first National Park of Rajasthan state is located in this district, which is known as Ranthambore National Park. Due to this park, Sawai Madhopur is also known as ‘Tiger City’ in Rajasthan.

The historic Ranthambhore fort of the Chauhan dynasty in Sawai Madhopur district is included in the World Heritage, impregnable in its natural design and protective terms, this fort is unique in the world. The most famous ruler of this fort, Maharaja Hammir Dev Chauhan has been quite famous in the history of Rajasthan due to his persistence.

The painting of tigers at Sawaimadhopur railway station has a distinct identity in the world, so it can be called a wildlife-friendly station.

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