Colors of Rajasthan - The Land of Kings

Jal Mahal





















India being an incredible country has plenty of historic cities with mesmerizing beauty and breathtaking places that fascinates the visitors from all over the world. Rajasthan being one of incredible state of India is better known as Land of Kings is the most colorful state of India with its majestic forts and palaces and whimsical charm, golden deserts. Being one of the most prime tourist destinations of the country, Rajasthan is famous for its heritage, culture, safari, sand dunes, lush forests and its wildlife.
Rajasthan Desert, also known as the “Great Indian Desert” is extremely popular for the richness in its culture and traditions that of music and dance especially. While enhancing the glory of the golden sand, the rich traditions of Rajasthan, Pushkar Fair adds more beauty to the state.

Pushkar Fair





















Suggested Tour: Colorful Rajasthan Tour

Major features of Rajasthan, include the Indus Valley Civilization at Kalibanga, the Dilwara Temples, a Jain pilgrimage site the only hill station of Rajasthan , Mount Abu, in the ancient Aravalli Mountain range and in eastern Rajasthan, The Keoladeo National Park near Bharatpur, a World Heritage site known for its bird life. Noted for its National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries, Rajasthan is the home to three national Tiger reserves, the Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve and Mukundra Hill Tiger Reserve.
Besides the Tiger Reserves, Rajasthan is home to several small wildlife sanctuaries and eco-tourism parks. The most prominent of them are Mount Abu Sanctuary, Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary, Jaisamand Sancturay, Kumbhaigarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Jawahar Sagar Sanctuary, and Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary. It houses the world’s largest collection of native animals, besides Tigers, other species like the Great Gaur, Indian Bison, Apex Predator Caracal, the Chinkara and the Great Indian Bustard can also be found here.
Ranthambore National Park
















Being the land of romantic palaces and magnificent forts, it has major tales of courage and sacrifice. The Umaid Bhavan Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in the world.
Rajasthan as a state has its capital as Jaipur, popularly known as the Pink City famous for its mesmerizing palaces and forts. Jaipur is also a part of India’s popular Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit, and lures guests with its stunning remnants of a bygone era. The famous architectural marvels like Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jal Mahal and Jaigarh Fort is again a part of the Pink City.
Hawa Mahal
















The top attractions of Rajasthan includes Jaisalmer, the right out of an Arabian Nights fable, houses fine palaces, several temples and some exquisite havelis ( mansions). Jodhpur, houses the sprawling Umaid Bhawan Palace and the graceful Cenopath of Jaswant Thada and the alluring Madore Garden. Pushkar being the pond-sized, heavy-eyed, Hindu pilgrimage town is a magical desert-edged place, famous for the Pushkar Camel Fair, the traditional style Indian Festival. Udaipur, being the Dream City of Rajasthan, has combined decorative techniques of both Rajput military architecture and Mughal style. A landscape filled with old mansions, striking precints, intricate temples, and majestic palaces. Housing the Grandiose Palaces and havelies thus gives a fairytale experience. 
So Visit the Land of King and make your Dream come true..