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Rajasthan Holidays

Walk through the places of Rajasthan as if you own it. Rajasthan is a state unique, unlike any other in India. A land which has jealously preserved its Royal heritage- Rajasthan has plenty to offer in terms of history culture and rich tradition. The North Indian state of Rajasthan comprises some of the most visited cities in India. These include Jaipur, or the Pink City, renowned for the Hawa Mahal and City Palace, Udaipur, which is famous for the Lake Palace, Jaisalmer that sees visitors from far and wide coming to see the ancient havelis and of course the spectacular sand dunes of Rajasthan, Jodhpur, or the Blue City, which houses the Umaid Bhawan Palace and Mehrangarh Fort on the outskirts of the city. 

To experience the charm of the most exotic destinations of most colourful state of Rajasthan one needs to plan up soon. The attraction of exciting Rajasthan - its royal heritage, vibrant culture, thrilling desert safaris, outstanding shining sand-dunes, astonishing variety green forests and diverse wildlife - makes it a destination worth visiting. One can pamper himself in lavish heritage property.

Rajasthan is culturally rich in art, music and dance which have been loved by all.  The folk culture from villages is fascinating and mesmerizing and the music is soothing which depicts day to day relationship and chores. Rajasthan culture tapestry takes in simple music and flocks to highly cultivated music and dance.

The combination and attraction of Rajasthan's architectural heritage can astonish a tourist. Royal forts, beautiful carveing temples and havelis and small villages make Rajasthan a heaven for an architecture buff. Rajasthan is also home to some of India's most romantic cities. The Rajputs were prolific builders and have dotted the arid Aravali landscape with their legacy of some most imposing and magnificent forts and palaces in the world.

Rajasthan has a rich tradition of cuisines – for the land of princes had some of the finest cooks in the palaces. The taste of India dal baati choorma is the tradition food of Rajasthan. Most Rajasthani cook uses pure and butter as a means of cooking. Each area is distinguished by its famous sweet - delicious Mawa Kachori from Jodhpur, Tasty Alwar Mawa, best Malpuas of Pushkar, sweet rasogullas of Bikaner and Ghevar of Jaipur.

One can travel to Rajasthan for the exotic train journey of the Palace on Wheel which travels to new destinations every morning, where a new experience awaits you.  With the help of Incredible Jodhpur you can make it a more memorable and fun trip for you and your loved ones.

Rajasthan Holidays, full of royalties!!