- The city of Ajmer was founded by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in the 7th
Century A.D, in the west of Rajasthan and is defined by the tomb or
Dargah of the famous most Sufi Saint Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chishti.
- Hawa Mahal is famous for it's beehive like
structure, the Hawa Mahal is an interplay of red and pink sand stone,
carefully and painstakingly outlined with white borders and motifs.
- Known as SONAR QUILA, rising from the sand , the
mega structure merges with the golden hues of the desert ambience and
the setting suns in its most colourful shades gives it a fairy tale
- One of the most imposing forts of Northern India--
Junagarh Fort has remained unconquered till date. This fort was built in
15th century by one of the most able and trusted generals of Akbar, Raja
- One of the best ways to experience the royal
grandeur of Rajasthan during your travel is embark on a Camel Safari.
- Contrary to the swaying moments of camel you may
enjoy a desert safari in India on a jeep. Discover the royal land of
Rajasthan in a jeep.
- Before embarking on a horse safari in Rajasthan,
tourists are advised to wear boots and a hard hat. Breeches or jeans are
- Safaris are the best way to explore a region, its
culture, tradition, to experience its geographical and topographical
features and almost everything that a place can offer to us.
- Established in 1955 as a Sanctuary, 1973
as a Tiger Reserve, 1981 as a National Park, Ranthambore National Park
is situated in India's north western state of Rajasthan, near the town
of Sawai Madhopur.
- Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary at
Bharatpur is one of the most important breeding and feeding grounds for
migratory birds in the world. More than 30 sq.km of shallow lakes and
scrubby woodland harbour over 350 bird species.
- Established in 1958 as a Sanctuary,
1979 as a Tiger Reserve, 1982 as a National Park, Sariska National Park
lies in the Aravalli hills and is the former hunting preserve of the
Maharaja of Alwar.