Rajasthan Tourist Places and Gardens

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Rajju dosha, or the Royal City of Rajasthan is located in the state of Rajasthan in India. One of the most important cities and tourist hubs in the country, Rajasthan attracts millions of visitors every year from all across the country for a plethora of activities. The region is home to some of the best forts and palaces in India as well as being the capital city of Rajasthan. Over the period of the last few decades the city has seen rapid development and has been able to emerge as one of the most visited cities in India by tourists from all across the world.

Over the period of time this region has seen tremendous development. The main attractions of this region are vast forts & palaces, huge sand dunes, wonderful temples and havelis, stunning waterfalls and wildlife sanctuaries among other things. This region was originally a petty princely state ruled over by a king but it came under the federal rule in the year 1989. The name of this region was changed after the merger of this region with the national capital. The name Rishikesh is also derived from the Sanskrit term “Rajagri” which means “The Golden Town”.

The capital city of Rajasthan is actually known as Udaipur and it is the fifth largest city of India located on the Yamuna River. It is the biggest city of Rajasthan and the third largest city of Rajasthan after Delhi and Agra. The region is best known for its forts & palaces and cultural heritage. The region was under the Maharaja’s rule once and it retained that status for a long period of time. Today the city is one of the major tourism centers in Rajasthan with a large number of domestic as well as international tourists visiting this region throughout the year.

Rajasthan is a prominent destination for many tourists and honeymooners coming from all over the world. Many tourists get an opportunity to spend their golden years in this beautiful region of Rajasthan. There are many fascinating cities in the region and one of them is the famous city of Udaipur. The people of this region are known for their hospitality and culture. The city of Udaipur is home to some of the most majestic & largest palaces in India.

The Teewa Temple is one of the largest and the most important temples of Udaipur and it is located in the City Palace. This palace is built in the Mughal style and it is known as the heritage palace of Udaipur. This palace also has one of the largest libraries in India, which is known for its rare collection of books, documents & curios. There is a huge fire place known as the ‘Manali’ that attracts many tourists during their visit to this region.

The biggest fort of the region is known as the Chittorgarh Fort. It is located on the border of Mandawa and Sikkim and it was used by the Maratha armies during the rule of Maharaja Jai Singh. After independence, the region was included in the portfolio of Rajasthan state which is ruled by the present ruler, Mulai Bika of Orissa. The main gate of this palace is the Cheel ka Fort which is well preserved and it can be visited easily. Another major palace here is the Junagarh Fort, it is also one of the major attractions of the region.

The Teeka Niwas palace is one of the largest forts of Rajasthan and it is located near the centre of the region. It was originally built in the 15th century by the ruler Ashoka, who is also known as Lord Krishna. This palace houses some of the finest art works of the age and it is known for its unique & colorful costumes. The city of Jaipur is also home to the Hawa Mahal and the largest amongst all the forts in Rajasthan.

Other palace and fort sites of Rajasthan include Rajju dosha Udaipur (the capital city), Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Ajmer. These cities are home to some magnificent forts and palaces which are known for their great architecture and they add a special charm to the tourism in Rajasthan. Some of the best attractions of Rajasthan include the Camel Safari and elephant safari (which are quite popular among tourists from European countries). They are well known for their endurance and loyalty.

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