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Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is famous as the 'pink city'. History has it that in 1876, Jaipur dressed itself pink to welcome Prince Albert and Queen Elizabeth II, and thus the name "Pink City" stuck to it. It is high on the itinerary of the tourist visiting India and its close proximity to the cities of Delhi and Agra makes it part of the Golden triangle.
Pushkar travel enables the tourists to capture the picturesque beauty of the city. Pushkar is situated in Rajasthan about 11 kilometers from Ajmer, 140 kilometers from Jaipur and 390 kilometers from Delhi. It is a sacred town that finds mention in Kalidas's Abhigyan Sakuntalam. The winter season begins in September and lasts till December.
Bikaner is a historic city, which should be interesting to travel to while you are in Rajasthan. The history of Bikaner reveals that the fortified city of Bikaner dates back to the 15 th century.
Travel in Jaisalmer is an enchanting experience for the traveler. Travel in Jaisalmer will include visiting the marvelous Jaisalmer fort and the havelis of the rich merchants, walking through the lanes and by-lanes of the small city, an adventurous ride on the camel and camping in the desert.
Travel to Jodhpur, a popular tourist destination in Rajasthan and experience the beautiful foregrounding of a rich cultural legacy against the rugged majesty of the desert locale. Founded by Raja Jodha of the Rathore clan in 1459,Jodhpur is today the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan.
Mount Abu Travel The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is the highest point on the Aravalli range of mountains. Measuring 1722 meters above the sea level, Guru Sikhar is the highest peak of Mount Abu. Often referred to as 'oasis in the desert' the 22 km long and 9 km wide, Mount Abu is site for visiting various lakes, rivers, waterfalls and forests. Mount Abu with its splendid natural beauty and various examples of man-made wonder, perfectly juxtaposes the natural and the man-made.
One of the most romantic cities in the world, Udaipur is nestled among the lush green Aravalis ranges. A legend goes into the making of the city. When the Emperor Akbar sacked Chittaurgarh, the capital of Maharana Udai Singh, a holy man guided the Maharana to re-build his capital here.
Bundi has its own share of Rajasthan's cultural heritage too. Intricate paintings and murals of this region is also abiding lure for traveling to Bundi. If you have already traveled the major cities in Rajasthan, spend a night or two in this little township, take back unforgettable memories of a enchanting holiday.
The Ranthambore National Park located between the Aravali Mountains and the Vindhya plateau is one of the renowned sanctuaries of India. This sanctuary with an area of 1,334 sq km is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers that can be seen near the marshes and the lakes even during the daytime.
Bharatpur travel is one of the high points of the Rajasthan tourist circuit. The place is regarded as a gateway to the western Indian state of Rajasthan. The principal attraction of traveling to Bharatpur is undoubtedly the Keoladeo National Park. The National Park is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. The geographical location of Bharatpur is 27.22° North latitude and 77.48° East longitude.