Rajasthan is one of India’s most popular tourist destinations, attracting visitors from all over the world. Rajasthan, with its slogan “Padharo Mahare Desh,” attracts travellers with its historical forts, palaces, art, and culture. Rajasthan is part of the Golden Triangle for tourists visiting India, and it is visited by one out of every three foreign visitors.
The palaces of Jaipur, Udaipur’s lakes, and the desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer are among the most popular tourist sites in India and abroad. Tourism generates 8% of the state’s gross domestic GDP. Many old, run-down palaces and forts have been transformed into heritage hotels. It is the most beautiful destination in India, with a rich heritage of old palaces built by Maharajas of all castes over many years.
Official Tourism Website: http://www.tourism.rajasthan.gov.in/
Popular tourist attractions Cities in Rajasthan:
- Ajmer: Famous for the Sufi saint Shaikh Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s shrine and the Digambar Jain Temple Soniji Ki Nasiyan.
- Barmer: Barmer and its environs provide a great image of traditional Rajasthani villages.
- Bhilwara: Bhilwara is well-known for its textile industry. The Hamirgarh Eco-park and the Harni Mahadev temple are both popular tourist attractions.
- Bikaner: Known for its havelis, palaces, and the Karni Mata Temple in Deshnoke, Bikaner is a popular tourist destination.
- Chittorgarh: Famous for its fort and monument.
- Bundi: Bundi is famed for its forts, palaces, and baoris (stepwell reservoirs).
- Dausa: Dausa is well-known for its Chand Baori and Mehandipur Balaji Temple.
- Jaipur: Also known as the “Pink City of India,” Jaipur is the capital of the Rajasthan state.
- Jaisalmer: Known for its golden castle, havelis, and some of the oldest Jain temples and libraries, Jaisalmer is a popular tourist destination.
- Jhalawar: India’s mediaeval architecture includes caves such as Binnayaga Buddhist Caves, Hathiagor Buddhist Caves, and Kolvi Caves.
- Jodhpur: Jodhpur is known for its architecture, blue residences (thus the nickname “Blue City”), and the Mehrangarh fort.
- Kota: Kota is famous for its gardens, palaces, and Chambal river safari.
- Mount Abu: A hill station containing Dilwara Jain Temples dating from the 11th century. Guru Shikhar, the tallest mountain in Rajasthan’s Aravalli Range, is only 15 kilometres from the major town. Mount Abu is also a popular destination for adventure seekers. Trekking, caving, rock climbing, rappelling, and other adventure activities are available.
- Nathdwara: Shrinathji’s shrine is located in this town near Udaipur.
- Neemrana: The Neemrana Fort is located in Neemrana.
- Pushkar: It is home to the world’s first and one of the few Brahma temples, as well as his wife Savitri Devi’s hilltop shrine. For Hindus, the Pushkar Lake is considered sacred.
- Ranakpur: A large Jain Temple complex with around 1444 pillars and magnificent marble decorations.
- Ranthambore: Located near Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore is a wildlife sanctuary. The historic Ranthambore Fort is located in this town, as is one of India’s major national parks (Ranthambore National Park).
- Alwar: Sariska Tiger Reserve
- Shekhawati: Small settlements like Mandawa and Ramgarh with frescoed havelis ranging in age from 100 to 300 years, as well as the Vedic period Dhosi Hill, are located here.
- Udaipur: It is also called the “Venice of India”
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