Top Wonders of Rajasthan Tourism
There are many places you can go to in India but if you have not visited Rajasthan then you have not experienced the true marvel of India. Rajasthan offers more than you can think of from Architecture to its natural resources, it is a must visit if you travel East. Here are a few places that you should visit when in Rajasthan India to know the wonders of Rajasthan.
If you are in India and you are visiting the forts then your business is not done if you do not visit Chittorgarh Fort because it is the largest fort in India. The fort was the capital of Mewar. It is situated South of Bhilwara. The fort was initially ruled by the Guhilot then the Sisodias. Within the fort lies long history of the Indians. The fort gives an amazing beauty from its architectural design and its strategic location close to wide waters. A trip within the fort will not only marvel you with the ingenuity in design but also by the beauty that comes with it.
Chari Baori is a well and not just an ordinary well but also the world’s largest step well. The Chari Baori is on every global traveller’s list. The step well was constructed around 800AD with the design deliberately intended to make it easy for many people to get water from the well. It has 3500 narrow steps in 13 stories. The water is located 30 meters deep accessible through steps that trickle downwards.
Pink City Jaipur
You have probably heard of Jaipur. It is the capital city of Rajasthan. The city is not just built but its design and architecture follows the Vastu Shastra. The streets and the markets are set in the North to South and East to West. The city attracts tourists across the globe. You should be part of the tour that takes you through the many heritages, culture, and history of the city.
The floating Palace of Udaipur
This is one of the world’s beauties. A white palace floats in the middle of the lake. You can take the luxury boats to sail from mainland and have a peak at those living in the middle of the lake. The lake is Lake Pichola and the Palace is Udaipur. All this was built between 1743 and 1746 as a royal summer place. The palace is built on a 4 acres rock on the Jag Niwas Island. It floats because when the water is high, the island is completely concealed.
While in Rajasthan you can also visit the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, the Amber fort (Amer Fort) in Jaipur, Neemrana Fort and Neemrana Village. Do not forget the royal Rajasthani dinner at Sam Dunes. After which have a Camel Ride and be part of the folk dance. You can also visit the Golden Jaisalmer Fort, Gadisar Lake, and Old remarkable Havelis and enjoy all is offered. Other than these architectural marvels, you can get to know Rajasthan through the friendly people. You can then visit Turkey to complete your tour you can take a Turkey Visa from India.