A vibrant state where tradition and history blend with contemporary lifestyle!
Rajasthan is the quintessentail land of maharaja’s and maharani’s , brave warriors, fascinating medieval forts and palaces, kaleidoscopic festivals, melodious song, love, war and tragedy.

With Jodhpur being the Blue city, Jaipur pink city, A Jaisalmer the Golden city, and Bikaner being the Red city – Rajasthan is the most colorful jewel in India’s crown.

Top 10 places to explore in Rajasthan –

Pushkar is a town bordering the Thar desert. It attracts the most tourist from around the world for its spiritual significance. It is set on Pushkar Lake, a sacred Hindu site with 52 Ghats where pilgrims bathe. It was many temples including 14th century Jagatpita Brahma Mandir.

Must do things in Jushkar –

• Take a dip in the scared Puskar lake
• Visit Pushkar camel fair
• View the Nag Pahar
• Visit ancient Savitri temple
• Explore Gau Ghat in moon light

Mount Abu is the one place in Rajasthan which ask for no introduction – the only hill station near the Gujarat border is set on the rocky plateau in the Aravali range and surrounded by forest.

• Go boating in Nakki lake in the evening
• Visit historical Dilwara temples
• Trek the Guru Shikar mountain

• Enjoy the city view from Achalghar fort

Also known as camel country, situated in thar dessert and sharing border with Pakistan on the east is a famous tourist attraction as it takes you back to the bygone eras.

• Explore Junagarh fort
• Visit karni Mata temple
• Admire the architecture of Devi Kund Sagar
• Visit war memorial

At the onshore of Thar desert the old city circles the fort and is bounded by a wall with several gates. The city is famous for food and sweet and you’ll find many shops names as ‘jodhpur sweets’
• Enjoy the royal luxury at Umaid Bhawan palace
• Adore the interiors of Jaswant Thado mausoleum
• Go boating in Balsamand lake
• Explore the Mehrangarh fort


Founded by Maharana Udai Singh ll in 1559, also known as ‘city of lakes’ – it is set around the artificial lakes and known for its lavish royal residences. Situated near Gujarat border it is a famous tourist attraction for its scenic locations, history and culture of Rajput era. It’s also dubbed as ‘the most romantic spot on the continent of India’, by British administrator James Tod.• Visit Jagdish temple
• Ride a gondola on a serene lake Pichola
• Watch monsoon place in the night sky
• Go boating on Fateh Sagar lake