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Summers are at its peak in the state of Rajasthan, and if you travel during this time, then, this might come on your way to enjoyment. Hence, we bring to you a list of the top most destinations in Rajasthan and the best time to visit them! Read on…
Udaipur: Udaipur, the metropolis of lake or a romantic city, is suitable to go to in during the Monsoon Season i.e., July to September. Your day trip to Udaipur would take maximum 2 days and if you manipulate to wrap up touring the locations in just one day then you can even pass ahead to Chittorgarh which is just 113 km away from Udaipur.
Jaisalmer & Jaipur: Jaisalmer (The Golden City) and Jaipur (The Pink City) are regarded to be the excellent places to go to in the winter, i.e., late October till February. The time duration of 2-3 days is ample to explore the ‘Golden City and Pink City of India.’
Jodhpur: The best of Jodhpur can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Travelling to Jodhpur would require 2 days. That would be sufficient to get via the fundamental sightseeing locations and enjoy notable food.
Mount Abu: Mount Abu (Rajasthan’s sole hill station) is fantastic in summer time and monsoon. 2-3 days would be sufficient to cowl most of the places alongside with playing the beautiful mornings and evenings in the hill station.
Bikaner: Bikaner (a day or 2 would be enough to help you explore and revel in your Bikaner Tour) and Bharatpur (best region to visit with children and household all through the monsoon season, so you would require to design outing of 2 nights three days).
Narlai: Narlai, a lovely village of Pali district in Rajasthan which is placed at the Jodhpur-Udaipur toll road is one of the most ethnic cities in Rajasthan and is great area to go to for in the duration of the monsoon season. You can extend a day to visit Narlai when travelling Jodhpur and Udaipur.
Ranthambore National Park: Plan your escape to Ranthambore (October-April) which is a substantial flora and fauna reserve close to Sawai Madhopur that would take you maximum three days to explore the deep jungles and Ranthambore Fort, and enjoy safari rides, birdwatching, and a lot more.
By Air: Rajasthan is a regular tourist hub for home and international tourists. Whether you are about to journey from within or from outside India, there are hosts of alternatives for airways connecting all the states of India. The three important airports of Rajasthan are Jaipur (International), Jodhpur (Domestic) and Udaipur (Domestic).
By Train: Rajasthan has a precise network of rail if you are touring inside India. There are a number of routes which you can choose for a train that connects to different cities of Rajasthan. For instance, Jaipur and Kota are the hubs connected to other fundamental cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata and others.
By Road: Planning to visit Rajasthan by means of road? With over 20 country wide highways, which embody an overall span of 6373 kms, amongst which NH-8 is the most preferred one as it is the extraordinary to be travelled on. The kingdom has commendable bus carrier that is regulated by the government with over 56 depots of buses which connects states like Gujarat, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Delhi.
The state of Rajasthan is flooded with some of the best religious destinations. Here are some that you should visit if you to enjoy peace and feel sanctity.
Dilwara Jain Temple in Mount Abu has beauty that is indescribable in words.
Similarly, if you go to Jaipur, then you should see the Birla Mandir Temple which is beautifully structured with white marble.
And if you are in the city of Lakes then you need to head to Jagdish Temple and watch out the lovely carvings, embellished ceilings and steep steps. And yes, above all- seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu!
The leather goods, spices and royal jewellery and trinkets, all make for some engaging portions to be bought from the vibrant bazaars of Rajasthan.
Here is a list of shopping locations that you should visit here!
Johari Bazaar -Shop the classic and usual Jaipuri ornaments.
Bapu Bazar- This is your answer to all your needs! You will find all kind of items here to be shopped at reasonable prices!
Clock Tower Market -Get a range of spices, flavoured-teas, antiques and so on.
Nai Sarak -Grab the fine of Rajasthani fabric: Bandhani suits, pagris and leather-based goods.
Mahatma Gandhi Road -Your search for outstanding mojris and handicrafts ends here.