Rajasthan Attractions

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A fortress city in Rajasthan, Bharatpur was founded in the 18th century when it was ruled by the Jat people. According to legend, the city's name derives from ...  Read more

Deeg Palace

The Deeg Palace was built as a summer home for the Jat kings of nearby Bharatpur in the 16th century and was used as a luxurious holiday home for Maharajas ...  Read more

Keoladeo National Park (Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary)

Keoladeo National Park is a famous bird sanctuary in Bharatpur that is home to over 350 different species of birds. Formerly a duck-hunting site of the ...  Read more

Kumbhalgarh Fort

Nicknamed the Great Wall of India, the walls of Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan are the second-longest in the world after the Great Wall of China. This massive ...  Read more


Mandawa is a town the Jhunjhunu district of Mumbai known for its vast and artfully detailed havelis, which are the former private mansions of 18th-century ...  Read more

Bapu Bazaar

Beyond the extravagant palaces, lakes, elephants, camels, and bustling street activity that is Jaipur, visitors should not miss the shopping in the Pink ...  Read more

Chandra Mahal

This portion of Jaipur’s City Palace is the residence of the royal family and former Maharaja of the Pink City. Located in the west end of the palace complex, ...  Read more

Lake Fateh Sagar

This manmade lake in the city of Udaipur is a destination for both locals and travelers looking to escape the energy of busy city streets. Home to three small ...  Read more

Maota Lake

This small lake sits under the massive Amer (Amber) fort just outside of Jaipur and includes a small island in its center, lush with gardens. The Kesar Kyari ...  Read more

Mubarak Mahal

The Mubarak Mahal was built as a part of Jaipur’s City Palace to welcome foreign dignitaries of the Maharaja. Built on a raised platform, the white palace is ...  Read more

Ram Niwas Garden

In 1868, Maharaja Swai Ram Singh built the Ram Niwas Garden in order for the Central Museum (Albert Hall), what then served as the city hall, to be surrounded ...  Read more

Royal Gaitor

Housed within the marble walls of the Royal Gaitor funerary complex sit the lavish white marble mausoleums of Jaipur’s royalty. The cenotaph of Maharaja Madho ...  Read more

Sahelion Ki Bari

Well-kept grounds, beautiful fountains, a small museum and towering marble elephants are just part of what makes Sahelion Ki Bari a destination for travelers ...  Read more

Sajjangarh Palace (Monsoon Palace)

The Sajjangarh Palace, perched on the Aravalli hillside of Udaipur, provides a high viewpoint over the city and the two nearby lakes, which means it’s no ...  Read more

Temple of the Sun God (Monkey Temple)

The Temple of the Sun God, known by the locals as simply the Monkey Temple, is an entire temple complex just outside of Jaipur to the east. Hindu devotees ...  Read more

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