Rajasthan Top Tourist Places

1. Jaipur

 

The Capital of Rajasthan in Northern India is 268 kilometres from Delhi, 240 kilometres from Agra and 511 kilometres from Chandigarh and sixty-one hour from Ahmedabad, 612 kilometres from Bhopal and 590 kilometres from Lucknow. It is India’s 10th largest city, and one of the most popular tourist attractions close to Delhi. Jaipur is the Golden Triangle of Indian tourism alongside Delhi and Agra. It’s one of India’s most popular sites and one of Rajasthan’s famous tourist sites.

 

Amer Castle, Hawa Mahal and the City Palace provide places to visit in Jaipur. Jaipur is one of Delhi & Noida’s best two-day trips as well. Maharaja founded the city of Jaipur on 18 November 1727.

 

2. Udaipur

 

Udaipur is a historical town and also the administrative headquarters of the district of Udaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan, 249 km from Ahmedabad, 399 km from Jaipur, 656Delhi, Agra, 642, Mumbai, 772, Delhi km. Udaipur is among Rajasthan tourist places and is one of the top places to visit on a honeymoon.

 

Udaipur is also known as the ‘Venice of the East’ and the ‘Capital of the Lakes,’ situated at the base of the Arrival mountains. The capital of the former Mewar kingdom in Rajputana was Udaipur in its history. She established a city in 1559 and moved his capital from Chittorgarh to Udaipur, Maharana Udai Singh, from Sisodia Clan of Rajput. The capital remained until 1818 AD when it became a prime minister of the British, and then the province of Mewar.

 

3. Jodhpur

Jodhpur is the second most important city in the Indian state of Rajasthan at a distance of 205 km to Ajmer, 260 km to Udaipur, 278 km to Jaisalmer, 335 km from Jaipur, 562 km to Delhi and 571 km to Agra. Jodhpur is one of India’s biggest tourist heritage sights in Rajasthan and one of the best places of tourism in Rajasthan.

 

In the 1459 CE Rao Jodha, Chief of Rathore Clan, also known as the “Sun City,” founded Jodhpur. Instead of the old city, Mandor of Marwar state, the city is known to be founded. In 1679, the kingdom was taken over by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. But Maharaja Ajit Singh was restored to the Jodhpur throne after Aurangzeb’s demise in 1707. Under the reign of Maharaja Umed Singh, Jodhpur became a fine modern city. The neighbouring countries had fought multiple battles to own Jodhpur’s resources. Ultimately,

 

4. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a village situated in the Indian state of Rajasthan at a distance of 278 kilometres (278 km from Jodhpur and 329 kilometres (278 kilometres) from Bikaner, 493 kilometres) from Udaipur. Located in the middle of the Thar Desert, it is also one of Rajasthan’s most visited tourist sites. Jaisalmer is Rajasthan’s largest district and encompasses Pakistan’s international border.

 

“The yellow sand and yellow sandstone of the architecture of the town give the city a golden lustrous lustre is the Golden City of India,” says Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer was named following Maharawal Jaisal Singh, a king of Rajput who in 1156 founded the town. It is thought the ruling dynasty originated from Lord Krishna, the Yadava Prince.

 

5. Mount Abu

 

Mount Abu is situated on the Aravalli ranges in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan, close to the Gujarat border, 166 km from Udaipur, 233 kilometres from Ahmedabad, 273 km from Jodhpur, 440 kilometres from Jaisalmer, 496 kilometres from Jaipur, 546 kilometres away from Indore, 753 kilometres from Delhi and 770 km from Mumbai. Mount Abu is one of India’s best mountain resorts and one of Rajasthan’s top destinations.

 

Mount Abu is Rajasthan’s only mountain station at an altitude of 1220 metres in the desert. The village is located above the granite peak on the beautiful Aravalli Ranges. At 1,722 m above sea level, Guru Shikhar is the highest point in the range. It is 22 km long and 9 km wide, the enchanting hill-station. It is known as a desert oasis due to the numerous lakes and cascades in the hills.

 

6. Bikaner

 

Bikaner is a vibrant desert town in the middle of the Thar Desert, situated at Rajasthan, India, 245 kilometres from Jodhpur, 262 km from Ajmer, 329 km from Jaisalmer, 333 Jaipur, Delhi at 435 kilometres, Udaipur at 502 Kilometres, Chandigarh at 539 Kilometers and Agra at 577 Kilometres. The town of Bikaner is the administrative centre of the district of Bikaner and is another tourist destination in Rajasthan.

 

In 1486, when his dad, Rapha, the illustrious founder of Jodhpur challenged him in establishing his own Empire, Rao Bika was once the capital of the Princes of Bikaner. Rao Bika travelled far away, and he wanted to create his own reign and turn it into a glorious city when it has arrived to the wilderness called Bangladesh. Modern Bikaner is the product of the foresight of its most eminent ruler, Maharaja Ganga Singh (1887-1943), whose passion for change paved the way for the transformation of Bikaner from principality to principality.

 

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