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Top tourist places to visit in Rajasthan

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Places to visit in Rajasthan:

1. Jaipur

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Jaipur, the 'Pink City', is one of the most royal, majestic and colourful cities of India with a very strong historical background and vibrant culture.

2. Udaipur

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Located in a valley and surrounded by 4 lakes, it is at times referred to as the 'Kashmir of Rajasthan'

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3. Jaisalmer

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Situated close to the Pakistan Border, the Golden City is a major tourist spot owing to its proximity to the Thar Desert.

4. Mount Abu

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The only hill station of Rajasthan, its cool atmosphere and lush green surroundings make it a major tourist spot

5. Jodhpur

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Known as the ""Gateway to Thar"" , it is famous for its forts, temples, sweets and snacks

6. Ajmer

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Ajmer is brimming with natural beauty and is a renowned religious spot for Hindus and Muslims alike.

7. Ranthambore

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This is one of the best tiger reserves of the country, known to have ""friendly"" tigers

8. Bikaner

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Situated in the middle of Thar Desert, Bikaner is a city of forts and palaces. It is also known for its sweets and snacks!

9. Pushkar

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One of the oldest existing cities of India, it has one of few existing temples devoted to Lord Brahma.

10. Bharatpur

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This city is best known for the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary where quite a few rare bird species flock to.

11. Chittorgarh

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A historic city, Chittorgarh is mainly known for it's beautiful forts and temples

12. Alwar

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Alwar has a unique recognition because of Sariska Van Abhyaranya , Bala-Quila, famous temples and the Kalakand Market

13. Kumbhalgarh

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Known best for its huge citadel and a wildlife reserve nearby.

14. Shekhawati

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Shekhawati is a semi-arid getaway full of open air galleries, enchanting havelis & palaces and legendary forts. This region has been recognised as the ""open art gallery of Rajasthan"" having the largest concentration of frescos in the world.

15. Bundi

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A princely state for a princely stay, in the northwest of India, lies the district of Bundi, in the Hadoti region of the royal state of Rajasthan.

16. Neemrana

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Neemrana is famous for its magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace. It was built in 1464 AD, place from where Rajput Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III reigned.

17. Ranakpur

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Ranakpur is a small quaint town immersed with rich culture and nestled amid the secluded valley of Aravalli Ranges in Rajasthan.

18. Nathdwara

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Located in the backdrop of the Aravalli hills and on the banks of the Banas River in the state of Rajasthan, Nathdwara is a religious abode for Hindus.

19. Fatehpur

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Situated in the Sikar district of Rajasthan, Fatehpur is an ancient town, a prominent part of the Shekhawati region.

20. Khimsar

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Ideal for a relaxed weekend get-away. Main attraction here is their famous Nagaur Festival

21. Nawalgarh

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Fondly known as ""the land of Havelis"" or ""open air art gallery"", this miniature town of Nawalgarh is located around 30 kms away from the town of Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan.

22. Rajsamand

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Rajsamand is a small town in the state of Rajasthan situated 67 Km north of Udaipur with splendid lakes, exotic palaces, valuable historical significance.

23. Jhunjhunu

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The vacant havelis, carefully engraved architecture which the monuments proudly put to a tourists' display, Jhunjhunu has many stories to interest tourists, specially history enthusiasts.

24. Mandawa

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An easy road trip from Delhi, a beautiful city suitably located in the heart of Shekhawati region, often called as an open art gallery, Mandawa is a good getway for people fond of art and culture.

25. Osian

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Osian is an ancient temple city located 65 kms north of Jodhpur in the state of Rajasthan in western India.

26. Sikar

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One of the most important district in the Shekhawati region, Sikar is safely located in the shell of huge walls with seven entrance gates to the town.

27. Churu

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An ancient town, lakes, palaces and forts, an important hindu pilgrimage, the people and rich culture of Rajasthan, Churu is a district with multiple colorful faces of Rajasthan.

28. Kota

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It is one of the most dynamic and picturesque cities in the state of Rajasthan, and an inviting tourist destination on the banks of Chambal river.

29. Deeg

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Falling in the Bharatpur district, Deeg is said to be a part of lord Krishna's Parikrama path. Deeg is known for its beautiful gardens, forts, fountains and palaces.

30. Jhalawar

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A place laden with historic forts and beautiful palaces, Jhalawar takes on back in time to an era of glory.

31. Eklingji Temple

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Eklingji Temple is one of the most popular temples of Rajasthan and is sited at a distance of 22 km to the north of Udaipur. Eklingji Temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva of the Hindu religion and its brilliant architecture drives several tourists here every year. This double-storied temple looks magnificent with its pyramidal style of roof and uniquely carved tower. The outer walls of the temple are stretched with steps that lower touching the serene waters.

32. Bharatpur National Park

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Now known as the Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur National Park is a famous avifauna sanctuary and a bird watching paradise listed among UNESCO's World Heritage sites. The 29 km reserve is locally known as Ghana and is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. These diverse habitats are home to 366 bird species, 379 floral species, 50 species of fish, 13 species of snakes, 5 species of lizards, 7 amphibian species,7 turtle species, and a variety of other invertebrates. Every year thousands of migratory waterfowl visit the park for winter breeding.

33. Bhangarh Fort

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Famous for the historical ruins and the ghost stories, Bhangarh has been regarded as the most haunted place in the country. It is located on the way between Jaipur and Delhi.

34. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

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Nestled in the Aravali Hills over an area of about 800 Sq. Km covering the grasslands, dry deciduous forests, cliffs and rocky landscape, lays the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, now known as The Sariska Tiger Reserve. This area was once a hunting preservation of The Maharaja of Alwar. The Reserve is known for its majestic Royal Bengal Tigers. It is the first tiger reserve to relocate the Tigers (from Ranthambore) successfully. As it lies in the lap of Aravali Hills, it holds an abundant amount of mineral resources like copper.

35. Salasar Balaji

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Salasar Balaji or Salasar Dham is a temple located in the small town of Salasar near Sujangarh in Churu district, Rajasthan. Dedicated to Balaji, another name for Hanuman, this temple attracts innumerable devotees throughout the year. Salasar Dham is in a religious circuit of centers of Khatu Shyamji temple and Rani Sati Dadiji (Jhunjhunu) temple and the Salasar Dham (or Balaji). All are located at a close proximity to each Other. 

36. Chand Baori

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Chand Baori is a major tourist attraction site in Abhaneri village that belongs to 10th-century monuments that showcase Rajasthani architectural expertise and talents. It is a humongous step well with flights of steps on the three sides that lead to the water reserve. The step well is more than 13 storeys deep and is adorned with more than 3500 steps. In spite of it being more 1000 years old, the stepwell has remained in a remarkable condition.

37. Galtaji Temple

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Located on the outskirts of the regal city of Jaipur, Galtaji Temple is a prehistoric Hindu pilgrimage site. Outlined by the striking Aravalli hills, it consists of several shrines, holy kunds, pavilions and natural springs. This majestic temple is situated at the heart of a hilly terrain that is bounded by a beautiful gorge which attracts tourists here every year. Galtaji Temple was built using pink colour sandstone and is a vast temple complex housing varied shrines. Located inside the City Palace, the walls of this temple are beautifully adorned with carvings and paintings that make this place worth visiting. The Galtaji temple is unique in its architecture and has been constructed like a palace.

38. Barmer

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Filled with vibrant colours, rich heritage, and warm hospitality, Barmer represents the true cultural beauty of Rajasthan. A part of the desert lands of Thar, it shares borders with Pakistan on the west and Jaisalmer and Jalore to the north and south, respectively. The historic town of the 13th Century is rooted in its flamboyant culture which is visible in its colorful houses, adorned with folk motifs and vibrantly dressed people. Barmer is also home to the majestic Barmer Fort and a lot of ancient temples. A visit to Barmer gets more enjoyable than ever if you get to be a part of the Barmer festival which takes place during March.

39. Desert National Park

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Situated near the town of Jaisalmer, Desert national park is among the largest of its kind in the country, encompassing an area of 3162 sq kms. The park covers a huge area extending from Jaisalmer/Barmer all the way to the India-Pakistan border. In spite of being right in the middle of an arid, dry, and sandy desert, the desert national park presents a wonderful opportunity to see the wildlife such as camels, desert fox, Bengal fox, chinkara, wolves, desert cat, and the Blackbuck. The intriguing landmark offers everything one can expect from a desert ecosystem, craggy rocks and compact salt lake bottoms, intermedial areas and fixed dunes. The dunes consist of about 20% of the park. The entire area is covered with thorny bushes, cacti and a few desert plants. If you want to explore the majestic wildlife at the Desert National Park, then the best way to do so is by going for an adventure-filled jeep safari which will be an entirely new exciting experience.

40. Pilani

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Pilani is a small town situated in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan, mainly renowned for being home to one of the most prestigious educational institutes of the country namely BITS Pilani (Birla Institute of Technology and Science). Grand Havelis and revered shrines are situated in the heart of this quaint town which still reflect the rich saga of the past.

41. Kesroli

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The Hill Fort Kesroli is one of the rare heritage hotels in Alwar that has been in existence since the 14th century. A wonderful destination to enjoy the barrier sunsets, showing daily since 700 years and discovering the Neemrana heritage hotels in Alwar is this resort. Hill Fort-Kesroli is a great holiday choice for those looking for a relaxing weekend getaway from Delhi.

42. Bhandarej

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Bhandarej located in the Duasa district in Rajasthan is a quaint and perfect place to getaway from the hustle bustle of the city. This is a vibrant and colourful place that is beautifully juxtaposed with the intricate stone monuments. Bhandarej is full of scenic beauty and picturesque landscapes. The various flora and fauna that inhabit here makes the place even more mesmerizing. The ancient temples dating back to the Mahabharata period are quite a sight to see and would leave you awestruck. This place is ideal for people who are seeking for serenity and calmness.

43. Karauli

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The ancient town of Karauli was founded in 1348 and is located in the state of Rajasthan. It holds the reputation of being the home of Shri Madan Mohanji, who is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Krishna. No wonder then, that Karauli is home to more than 300 temples. The rich, vibrant and colourful heritage and culture of Rajasthan can be glimpsed in this town which makes it a perfect place to visit on a vacation. Karauli also has a lot of forts and palaces with splendid architecture that are a must visit. The temple town of Karauli is all the more auspicious as it is believed that the ruling family here, are direct descendants of Lord Krishna. A city, rooted in traditions, it is characterised by the warmth of its people. Located on the 'Golden Quadrilateral' of India - on the Jaipur - Agra Highway, it can be easily reached by cars and public transport.

44. Darrah National Park

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Established in 2004, the Darrah National Park consists of three wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan - Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Jawahar Sagar Sanctuary and Darrah National Park. Spread out in hilly terrain; the Darrah National Park is one of the noteworthy national parks in Rajasthan. Located at a distance of 50 kilometres away from Kota, the vast forest tracts of the Darrah National Park, also known as the Mukundra Hills National Park, are home to many species of animals and birds.

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