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Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a state in the northwest of India. It is mainly arid and its western border is adjacent to Pakistan. The main attraction for travellers is the vast Thar Desert and one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Aravallis. The Rajput heritage which is apparent in the forts, temples and palaces established by the Rajput Kings like Bappa Rawal, Rana Kumbha, Rana Sanga and Rana Pratap are also popular places to visit.

Jaipur

Jaipur is the city of princes and princesses, of tales of valour and courage, of romance and chivalry. Majestic forts, luxurious palaces, lively temples, colourful bazaars, vibrant streets and pink face, have given the city a unique and unmatched character tha......

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Bikaner

Rao Bikaji, a Rathore prince, founded the city of Bikaner in 1488. Bikaji was one of the sons of Rao Jodhaji, the founder of Jodhpur. The legend has it that Bikaji was provoked to set up his own kingdom when his father commented him about whispering in the roy......

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Udaipur

Udaipur, the capital of the former princely state of Mewar is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India. Udaipur City, formally known as the city of lakes. Udaipur is also referred to as the "Venice of the East", the "Most Romantic City of India" and the "Kashmir ......

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Ajmer

Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan built the city of Ajmer in the seventh Century. Till the 12th Century, this city remained the main center of the Chauhan dynasty. Thereafter, the city was taken over by Mohammed Ghauri. Afterwards, Ajmer served as the abode of the Mughal ......

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Ranthambore

One of the leading national parks in Northern India, Ranthambore is famous for its tigers and it is the solitary place in India where these royal predators can be spotted in the jungle, even during the day. The park is home to a huge tiger population. Other wild animals that c......

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Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, popularly referred as the "the Jewel of the Desert," is one of the most fascinating cities of Rajasthan, India. Also known as "the Golden City of India," Jaisalmer is famous for its magnificent forts, bewitching palaces, havelis (ma......

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Bundi

Surrounded by Aravalli hills on three sides and circumscribed by a massive wall with four gateways is the city of Bundi that is known for having a glorious past and a promising future. Historical monuments, natural beauty, scenic dams & ponds, wild forests fairs and festivity ......

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Ranakpur

Located 96 kms from Udaipur, it is the site of one of the most important Jain Temples in India. The Marvelous temples over here are living testimony to the wonders that abiding faith and unreleting pursuit of excellence can create. The temple is constructed on an extensive pla......

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Barmer

Barmer was founded around the 12th century. It forms the border area of India-Pakistan. Barmer is situated at a distance of 224km from Jodhpur on the Luni-Munabao section of the Northern Railways. Located atop a hill as so many of the cities of western Rajasth......

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Shekhawati

Shekhawati is known not only for its frescoes and beautiful wall painted havelis, thus making it open air art gallery, but also because of its business tycoons and enterpreneurial spirit of its people. This is a semi desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated entirely......

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Dungarpur

It is believed that during the reign of Maharawal Veer Singh Dev, the sixth descendant of Sawant Singh of Mewar, the area of the present Dungarpur was under a powerful Bhil tribal chief, Dungaria. Dungaria aspired to marry the daughter of a wealthy Mahajan name Sala Shah. Sala......

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Bharatpur

Bharatpur - The 'Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan', was founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733 AD, it was once an impregnable well fortified city, carved out of the region formerly known as Mewat. The place was named as Bharatpur after the name of Bharat, the brother of Lord Rama, ......

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Karauli

The holy city of Karauli is located at a distance of 160 kms from the capital city of Jaipur. The city of Karauli was earlier known as Kalyanpuri, the name given after the local deity Kalyanji. The city of Karauli was established keeping in mind the danger of frequent attacks.......

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Jhalawpur

The 19th century kingdom of Jhalawar, south of Kota. Is placed in one of the most picturesque and unexplored parts of Rajasthan. In 1838, the state of Kota was dismembered by the British to create a new principality of Jhalawar for the descendants of the famed Zalim singh. Und......

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Dholpur

Formerly known as Dhawalpuri, the city of Dholpur boasts of a rich history that fascinates every visitor. It was established by a small time ruler named Dhawal Deo who named the city after himself. Dholpur was a relatively small kingdom but had a very turbulent history......

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Chittorgarh

The pride of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh still reverberates with the tales of its glorious but turbulent past. It is a land where the ideals of chivalry, sacrifice and honor were always worshipped. Today, all that remains of those glorious times are the ruins of forts, palaces and ......

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Kumbhalgarh

In the heart of Rajputana, in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, lies its most breathtaking fort-Kumbhalgarh. Surrounded by deep ravines and deeper forests, this remote and commanding citadel (which has been stormed but once) is the birthplace of Rana pratap. It was built in......

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Bhilwara

An industrial city, Bhilwara came to be called so because it had a huge majority of Bhil inhabitants. However, these Bhils were driven away by peasants. Ironically, very few Bhils live in Bhilwara now. There's another story attributed to how the place got its name. Bhilwara re......

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Mount Abu

Mount Abu- the only hill station of the desert land is the top peak part of Aravali mountain chain in the western India. It is one the most amazing and astonishing tourist destinations of India. Mount Abu is a beautiful tourist destination; reflect the mix cul......

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Jodhpur

Nestling within the depths of the Thar Desert, is the stronghold of the Rathore clan, Jodhpur, once the capital of the former princely state of Marwar, the second largest city of Rajasthan, after Jaipur. The town was once known as Marwar, which means 'Land of ......

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