Mount Abu

A journey to Rajasthan is incomplete without a visit to Mount Abu. Sounds incredible but not only that. It is also famous for housing the Jain temples of Dilwara. The adherents of the Jains from all across India travel to Rajasthan to visit the Dilwara temples. Located at a height of about 4,000ft. Mount Abu […]

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Sawai Madhopur

The gateway to the world-famous Ranthambore National Park, the famous tiger reserve in Rajasthan. The town lies between the towns of Bharatpur and Kota. Situated on the main Delhi-Mumbai railway line, Sawai Madhopur is a small town. Famous for its proximity to the Ranthambore National Park and for the Ranthambore School of Art. Wildlife photographers […]

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Bharatpur

Travel to Bharatpur to visit the famous Bird Sanctuary also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Located on the Agra and highway, it is a part of the northwestern frontier of Rajasthan. The name ‘Keoladeo’ is named after a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the term Ghana. Added as a suffix as […]

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Shekhawati

Shekhawati is a semi-desert region in north Rajasthan. You can travel to Shekhawati on the triangle tour between Delhi-Bikaner-Jaipur. Shekhawati region is a cluster of small towns. which are eminent for their amazing painted Havelis. Shekhawati region forms one of the most important destinations on your travel to Rajasthan. A Shekhawati travel tour will take […]

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Pushkar

Encompassed with beautiful valley and hilly terrains, in Rajasthan is one of the most favourites. Travel destinations of the travellers arriving to travel Pushkar. Home to the biggest camel fair in India held in October or November and around 400 temples; also has the honour of having the only Brahma Temple in India. Travel to visit the holy  […]

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