Cities in Rajasthan


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Cities of Rajasthan

As one of the largest states in India, Rajasthan covers a majority of the Great Indian Desert. Attracting tourists from different parts of the world, this culturally and traditionally rich state is a perfect holiday destination throughout the year. The multiple cities located within Rajasthan reflect the true essence of Rajasthan and bring out the princely feeling which symbolises courage and royalty in India.

Here's a look at three of the most popular cities of Rajasthan:

Jaipur

Also known as the 'Pink City of India', Jaipur has become the foremost choice of travellers planning to visit Rajasthan. Backed by a rich collection of historical monuments, Jaipur allows you to have an in-depth understanding of India's cultural heritage. Some of the popular travel destinations in Jaipur include the Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal.

Jodhpur

Housing numerous palaces, temples and forts, Jodhpur is indeed one of the finest travel attractions in Rajasthan. This city lies at the edge of the Thar Desert with plenty of gardens, parks, houses with gardens and laws, artificial lakes and ponds. Best tourist destinations in Jodhpur include Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort, Girdikot and Sardar Market.

Ajmer

Situated in central Rajasthan and south of Jaipur, Ajmer is globally recognised for its tomb of Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chisti. This dargah is visited by millions of people hailing from different religions and beliefs. Apart from this, other major tourist attractions in Ajmer include the Edward Memorial Hall, Jubilee clock tower and the Ajmer Club. This Rajasthan city is also well-known for its Pushkar festival that is held in October/November every year.




Last Updated on : December 30, 2015






     


     

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