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Romantic Rajasthan Vacations- Udaipur Mount Abu Tour Package
Romantic Rajasthan Vacations Tour Package: overview
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Newly married couples should visit Rajasthan for Honeymoon. It has many Splendid Palaces, forts, Romantic Lakes and Luxurious heritage hotels that can add on to your Honeymoon charm while allowing you to spend quality time with your loving partner. Holidaytravel.co designs this package especially for romantic couples who are looking for live life king size option. This honeymoon package will take you to the cities of Rajasthan where you and your loving partner can feel the love and enjoy the beauty of all these cities.
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
Dec-22 To Jan-05
9N-10 days Budged 2 star Hotels
Ch-Hotel Umaid Residency,Jaipur/Hotel lake palace,Pushkar/Hotel Heritage haveli Shubham, Jodhpur/Hotel Golden City,Jaisalmer/Hotel Forest Eco, Mount Abu/Hotel Udaigarh Palace, Udaipur/Hotel Kirti Plaz
|Rs 28999||Rs 30599||Rs 27499||Rs 32499|
9N-10 days Budged 3 star Hotels
Ch-Hotel Golden Manor, Jaipur/Hotel Heritage, Pushkar/Hotel Shree Ram International,Jodhpur/Hotel Jaisalgarh, Jaisalmer/Hotel Lake View, Mount View/Hotel Padmini Palace, Udaipur/Hotel Castle Bijaipur,
|Rs 36999||Rs 38599||Rs 34499||Rs 40599|
9N-10 days Luxury 5 star Hotels
Ch- Hotel Radisson Blue, Jaipur/Hotel Ananta Spa& Resort, Pushkar/Hotel The Gateway, Jodhpur/Hotel Gorbandh Palace, jaisalmer/Hotel Hillock, Mount Abu/Hotel Ramada udaipur, Udaipur.Hotel Lake Nahargar
|Rs 64999||Rs 68599||Rs 60499||Rs 70499|
Accommodation on twin sharing basis at Hotels mentioned above or similar.
Honeymoon cake and soft drink on arrival
Flower room decoration for 1 Night
Daily Breakfasts and Dinner included.
1 Night stay in Jaipur with site seeing
1 Night stay in Pushkar with site seeing
1 Night stay in Jodhpur with site seeing
2Night stay in Jaisalmer with site seeing
1 Night stay in Chittorgarh with site seeing
2 Night stay in Mount Abu with site seeing
1 Night stay in Udaipur with site seeings
Tour & Transfers by AC Indica /Tavera as per the number of pax
Arrival & Departure assistance.
Lunch not include in this package.
None other than above in “inclusions head”, additional services are mentioned in compulsory supplementary services,
Other elementary services like PHp/Mike/Color Mike etc on actual chargeable basis at hotel
Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc..
Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest.
Romantic Rajasthan Trip- Udaipur Mount Abu Tour Package: Hotels
2 - Star Hotels
Jaipur- Hotel Umaid Residency- 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar – Hotel Lake Palace -TA Rank – 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Jodhpur –Heritage Haveli Shubham -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Jaisalmer- Hotel Golden City - 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Mount Abu – Forest Eco Lodge-TA Rank – 4.6 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Udaigarh Palace -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Chittogarh -Hotel Kirti Plaza -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
3 - Star Hotels
Jaipur- Hotel Golden Manor- 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar – Hotel Heritage -TA Rank – 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Jodhpur –Heritage Shree Ram International -TA Rank -3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Jaisalmer- Hotel Jaisalgarh - 3.5.- Certificate of Excellence
Mount Abu – Hotel Lake View-TA Rank – 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Hotel Padmini Palace -TA Rank -4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Chittogarh -Hotel Castle Bijaipur -TA Rank -4.2 - Certificate of Excellence
5 – Star Hotel
Jaipur- Hotel Radisson Blue -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Pushkar- Hotel Ananta Spa & Resort -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Jodhpur – The Gateway Hotel -TA Rank -4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Jaisalmer- Gorbandh Palace- 4.2.- Certificate of Excellence
Mount Abu – Hotel Hillock-TA Rank - 4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Udaipur – Ramada Udaipur -TA Rank -4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Chittogarh – Lake Nahargarh Palace-A Justa Resort -TA Rank -4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
After arrival at Jaipur airport or railway station and meet with our representative they will pick you with warm welcome and transfer to hotel. After freshen up and get ready you will visit the site seeing of Jaipur, Jaipur is also known as pink city it is most popular city of Rajasthan to visit. The top most attraction towards Jaipur which includes Birla Mandir, Jantar Mantar Observatory, Hawa Mahal and after having a lunch in Shree Balaji Veg Restaurant later you will visit some more places to expand or enjoy your day which includes Amber Fort, Jal mahal and Dera Amer Elephant Safari, in the evening back to hotel. Overnight and Dinner at Jaipur hotel
Hawa Mahal: A stunning presentation of the rich architectural expertise of the past, Hawa Mahal is a not-to-miss tourist places in Jaipur. True to the name it earned as the ‘Palace of the Winds’, Hawa Mahal has 953 windows to provide ventilation. The five-storey building does not have steps to reach upper floors. Slopes connect the storeys and it is said that the Mahal was constructed to enable the Royal women of Rajput family to view the happenings in the city. You would want to visit the archeological museum in Hawa Mahal.
Jantar Mantar Observatory: Jantar Mantar is not just like any other average observatory; it is ranked amongst the largest observatories of the world. Built during the period of Maharaja His keen interest in astronomy led him to construct the country’s largest observatory. The geometric devices available here are used in measuring time, observing constellations and orbits around the biggest star. The astrological instruments attract astronomers and architects from all parts of the world
Dera Amer Elephant Safari: Being in Jaipur, you would not want to miss elephant safari. If you are keen to engage the adventurous spirit in you, the hills behind Amer fort is the right place. This is where Dera Amer is situated and it is the foothills of Aravali Range. The ride will take you through fields, fortress and to the camp in the middle of Aravali forests. The picturesque landscape and the stunning beauty of the forest will elevate your spirits. If you love to experience your adrenaline rush, you need to opt for night safari.
Birla Mandir: The Birla Temple, originally known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple, and is situated below the Moti Dungri Fort in Jaipur. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, this temple is a proud architectural landmark of Jaipur. Built in pure white marble, the Birla Temple is unlike the traditional ancient Hindu temples.
Jal mahal: Jal Mahal (meaning "Water Palace") is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city, the capital of the state of Rajasthan, India. The palace and the lake around it were renovated and enlarged in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber. "The Jal Mahal palace has got an eye-popping makeover. Traditional boat-makers from Vrindavan have crafted the Rajput style wooden boats. A gentle splashing of oars on the clear lake waters takes you to Jal Mahal.
After breakfast you will proceed for Pushkar which a town in the Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan a prominent Hindu pilgrimage town and devout Hindus should visit at least once in their lifetime and it is 144 km far away from Jaipur. Before reach Pushkar you will stop in Ajmer 1 hour for the darshan of very famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah. After darshan you will continue your journey which is left only 15 km 1 hour to Pushkar. After reach you will visit the one and only temple in the whole world which is Brahma Temple and after darshan you will stop for a lunch in Amber restaurant later you will visit some more places which are Merta and Pushkar Lake, in the evening back to hotel. Overnight stay with Dinner in Pushkar hotel
Brahma Temple: Those who follow Hinduism believe that Lord Brahma is the Creator and worship him. In spite of the importance attached to Lord Brahma, there are only three temples for him all over the world and only one in India. Pushkar gains additional importance as Brahma Temple is seen here. The temple and its surroundings are unique. The temple structure is built of marble and it is beautiful. Though Pushkar has many temples, Brahma Temple stands apart for its magnificence.
Merta: The city is famous for classic palaces and temples. The 400-year-old city houses Meera Bai Temple, which is one of the important attractions in Merta
After breakfast you will proceed for Jodhpur which is 186 far away from Pushkar. Jodhpur is second largest city of Rajasthan and it is known as the "Sun City" for the bright, sunny weather it enjoys all the year round. After reach you will stop for lunch in Kesar Heritage Restaurant later you will visit some most famous places which include Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Jaswant Thada and in the evening you will visit for Sukh Mahal. Overnight stay and Dinner at Jodhpur hotel
Moti Mahal: Moti Mahal is the largest period room of the Mehrangarh Museum. It was built by Raja Sur Singh. Moti Mahal was where the king used to sit on his throne and meet all his subjects. The palace has the Sringar Chowki, The Royal Throne of Jodhpur. The Moti Mahal has five alcoves leading to hidden balconies. It is believed that the balconies were built for the five queens of the Maharaja to enable them to listen in on court proceeding.
Phool Mahal: Maharaja Abhaya Singh built the Phool Mahal. It is one of the grandest Mehrangarh Fort period rooms. It is believed that the Phool Mahal was a private and exclusive chamber of pleasure. Dancing girls are believed to perform here for the pleasure of the Maharajas. The gold for the Mahal came from Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The paintings, royal portraits and the ever-popular raga mala of the Mahal came during the reign of Jaswant Singh.
After breakfast you will proceed for Jaisalmer which is 285 km far away from Jodhpur. Before reach Jaisalmer on the way you will stop for lunch in nearest restaurant later you will continue your journey to Jaisalmer. After reach Jaisalmer you will visit the famous and most visited places which are Patwon ki Haveli, Nathmal ki Haveli and Salim singh-ki-Haveli, in the evening back to hotel. Overnight stay and Dinner at Jaisalmer hotel
Patwon ki Haveli: Patwon ki Haveli is actually a complex of 5 havelis built next to each other by the 5 sons of Guman Chand, a trader in textiles and precious metals. These multi-storeyed buildings were constructed at the beginning of the 18th century from the golden-yellow Jaisalmeri stone and have mud floors and wooden ceilings ensuring perfect temperature inside, regardless of the weather outside. The exterior stonework is so unimaginably magnificent, that I am going to show you what I saw rather than attempt a write-up which will not even capture its essence.
Nathmal ki Haveli: Diwan Nathmal ki Haveli, which is partly inhabited today, has a special feature its roof has been cast by binding stone pieces without using beams and brackets. This haveli, too, has a beautiful façade with stone elephants on both side of the platform of the haveli, ornamental latticed balconies, and partly bloomed lotus flowers, floral patterns on intricate lattices and minute birds and animals.
After breakfast you will visit for Sand dunes which are 45 km far away from main city. After having a lunch in luxury camp later you enjoy the activity which is Camel riding, in the evening you will enjoy Rajasthani Music & Folk Dance and having buffet dinner at night also you can enjoy Camp Fire at Sam Sand Dunes. Overnight stay in Luxury camp.
After breakfast you will proceed for Mount Abu which is 441 km far away from Jaisalmer. After reach you will transfer to hotel, after freshen up you will free at your leisure. Overnight and Dinner at Mount abu Hotel
Today after breakfast you will visit for the sightseeing of Mt Abu which includes the famous Dilwara Jain temples. Dilwara Jain Temples were constructed between 11th and 13th centuries. After visiting the temple, proceed to Nakki Lake. This artificial lake is ringed by hills. In the evening take a stroll down the bazaar up to Sunset Point from where you get a wonderful view of the setting sun. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mount Abu
Dilwara Jain Temples: Located at a distance of just 2.5 kilometers from mount Abu, the Dilwara Jain temples were built between the 11th and the 13th century. The feature that makes it a must visit is the amazing and brilliant use of marble in the architecture. These temples have been named as Vimal Vasahi, Luna Vasahi, Pithalhar, Khartar Vasahi and Mahavir Swami. Vimal Vasahi or Shri Adi Nath Ji temple is devoted to the first Jain Tirthankara, Lord Rishabh.
Nakki Lake: It is the largest manmade lake at the height of 11, 00 meters in India then on the other hand it is romantically called the love lake of Mount Abu. The name Nakki is also derived from the romantic story of the aged sage Rasia Balam and the nubile teenager Kunvanri Kanya. The two lovelorn souls were prevented from tying their love in a nuptial knot, by the scheming parents and their conniving Gods.
After breakfast you will proceed for the famous lake city which is generally known as Udaipur. After reach you will visit for a lunch in Natraj Dining Hall & Restaurant later you will visit for the site seeing which include City Palace, lake Pichola and Sahelion ki Bari, in the evening you can visit in nearest market for shopping. Overnight stay and Dinner at Udaipur hotel
After breakfast you will proceed for Chittorgarh which is 115 km far away from Udaipur. Chittorgarh is stands for the birth places of Rajputs and it holds a special place in the hearts of many Rajputs. After reach you will visit the most famous places which are Chittorgarh Fort, Vijay Stambh, Kirti Stambh and after having a lunch in Rituraj vatika restaurant later you will visit Rana Kumbha Palace, Meera Temple and Gaumukh Reservoir, in the evening back to hotel. Overnight stay and Dinner aty Chittorgarh hotel.
Chittorgarh Fort: Chittorgarh fort is one of the greatest forts in the state of Rajasthan, whose walls shout of great sacrifices and valor of the Rajput men and it is also called water fort The fort had 84 water bodies The fort spreads over 700 hectares, 40 per cent of which are given over to water bodies. The average reservoir depth is about 2 m It is believed that the fort served as the capital of Mewar for nearly eight centuries
Vijay Stambh: Vijay Stambh generally knoen as Tower of Victory Built in 1440 AD by Maharana Kumbha to commemorate his victory over Mohamed Khilji this 9-storyed tower is adorned by sculptures of Hindu deities around. Vijay stambh built in Rajput style is covered with architectural ornaments, images of Gods and Goddesses, seasons, musical instruments and weapons
Kirti Stambh: Kirti Stambh is a well known by Tower of Fame and Dedicated to Adinathji the 1st Jain Teerthankar adorned by the naked figures of the Digambars [Adherents of the Digambar sect who does not believe in covering the natural body The 22 metres high tower was build by a wealthy jain merchant in the 12th century A.D
Departes form Chittorgarh to Jaipur or Udaipur it’s depending upon as per your choice. If you like to go Jaipur which is (309 km/ 5 hours) and if yu want to visit Udaipur which is (112km/ 2 hours) for onwards journey. Tour end
Other Major Attractions
Attractions of Rajasthan
Amber Fort: It is Also known as Amer Fort, it is located in Amer, which is around 11 kilometers from Jaipur. The red sandstone and marble stone construction reflect a blend of Hindu-Muslim architecture. The main entrance faces east and there are three more entrances. There are four courtyards in Amber Palace. One of the courtyards has the Public Audience Hall, called the Diwan-i-AAm. The place provides you an opportunity to ride on elephant. Though it is only a ten-minute walk to the fort, which is uphill.
Jaigarh Fort: This beautiful creation by Maharaja Jai Singh, located at Amber, Jaipur stands on the Cheel Ka Teela (Hill of Eagles), a promontory of the Aravalli Hills. Located 400 metres above and similar in structure with the famous Amber Fort, it was meant to protect the latter. One can reach the Amber Fort through the secret subterranean passage from Jaigarh Fort. This fort is 3 km long and 1 km wide.
Jantar Mantar Observatory: Jantar mantar is located near City Palace and Hawa Mahal of Jaipur. The observatory is collection of 19 geometric devices for measuring time and space for astronomy. It is also used for observing the orbits around the Sun. While the previous observatory like King Ulugh Beg was build from metal but it was less accurate and not use for long period. So Sawai Jai Singh II decided to build the observatory instruments with stone and marble because stone life is longer than metal and does not wear and tear easily. The instruments allow the visitors to observe the astronomical positions with the naked eye. Some of the instruments are built from bronze.
City Palace: Located in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. This palace also includes the famous 'Chandra Mahal' and 'Mubarak Mahal', and other buildings which form a part of the palace complex. The palace is located towards the northeast side of central Jaipur and has many courtyards and buildings. The palace was built between 1729 and 1732 AD by Sawai Jai Singh II. He ruled in Amer and planned and built the outer walls of the palace and later rulers added to the architecture of this palace.
Govind Devji Temple: The temple is situated along the sprawling Jai Niwas Garden and is lying to the north of Chandra Mahal. The temple is known for the deity Govind Devji, who primarily initiated the temple of Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh. The temple has an architectural beauty of its own and it’s known for its marvelous splendor. The image of the deity was brought from Vrindavan here by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. According to popular legend, Lord Krishna’s image in the temple looks exactly like Krishna’s form during his incarnation on Earth. The deity originally belonged to Srila Rupa Goswami who was a disciple of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Garh Ganesh Temple: It is an ancient temple of Lord Ganesh in the city of Jaipur. It is located on the hills near Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort.
Albert Hall Museum: Acclaimed to be the oldest museum of Rajasthan, the ‘Albert Hall Museum’ is located inside the ‘Ram Niwas Garden’ and was opened to public in the year 1887. Foundation stone of the museum was laid in 1876 by the then Prince of Wales, Albert Edward, after whom the museum is named. Beautifully carved arches and domes of the museum constructed with pink sandstone can be noticed from even a far-off distance. A rare collection of ancient artefacts including paintings, weapons, metal and wood craft items, musical instruments, carpets, and costumes and jewellery belonging to different tribes of Rajasthan, can be seen in the museum.
Pushkar Lake: It gains importance among spiritual travelers who aim to have a holy dip in the lake, which is considered a holy place and the King of ‘Trithas’. It is believed that having a holy dip here is equivalent to doing meditation and prayer for a hundred years pushkar lake.
Mahadev Temple: Mahadeva Temple is one of the most famous temples in Pushkar. The temple is dedicated to Lord Mahadeva or Lord Shiva. There is a statue of Lord Shiva with five faces in the temple. The entire statue is made of white marble and is decorated with beautiful ornaments.
Man Mahal: Man Mahal is a magnificent palace that was constructed by Raja Man Singh of Amber. It is situated on the eastern side of Sarovar. The palace flaunts the uniqueness of Rajasthani style of architecture. It is now used as a tourist bungalow and it is under the control of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation.
Savitri Temple: Situated on the peak of the Ratnagiri Hill, the Savitri Temple is dedicated to Savitri, Lord Brahma’s consort. It was built in 1687 and pilgrims need to trek up the hill in order to reach the shrine of the temple. The temple houses the statue of Goddess Savitri and offers good views of the surroundings, including the sand dunes of nearby villages and of the Pushkar Lake. Legend has it that the presence of Savitri was required in a ‘yagna’ that was done by Lord Brahma but she kept Him waiting. Lord Brahma irritated with her behaviour, married a milkmaid named Gayatri.
The Varaha Temple: The Varaha Temple in Pushkar was built by King Anaji Chauhan in the 12th century and is dedicated to Varaha, Lord Vishnu’s incarnation in the form of a wild boar. The temple houses the idol of Lord Varaha that is white in colour and has a height of 2 feet. Various sculptures, elegant carvings, life-size statues of door men and gold-styled pillars depicting Garuda, the mythical bird are situated within the temple.
Jaswant Thada: Jaswant Thada is a royal mausoleum and a classic example of the Rajputana style of architecture. With the imposing white marble and absolute beauty, this landmark in Jodhpur leaves you awestruck. Jaswant Thada is enriched with its amazing grandeur, beautiful gardens and intricately carved facades. The cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh displays portraits of the rulers and Maharajas of Jodhpur. The main memorial has been built like a temple. To visit the Thada you have to go through the rocky hills. This also lends a mystic aura to the whole visit. Do make sure to visit this architectural delight while on a tour to Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Sukh Mahal: Sukh Mahal or the Pleasure Palace Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur Rajasthan India Sukh Mahal ou le Palais des Plaisirs Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur Rajasthan Inde Sukh Mahal oder Vergnuegungspalast Fort Mehrangarh Jodhpur Rajasthan Indian.
Salim singh-ki-Haveli: The haveli has a distinct architecture. The roof has been constructed in the form of Peacock. The haveli is situated beside the hills near the Jaisalmer Fort. People claim that Salim Singh made two additional floors in order to make it as high as the fort but the Maharaja did not take this attempt in good spirit. He ordered the extra floors to be torn down. Nevertheless we do not find enough evidence to corroborate the story.
Sunset Point: Sunset Point located in South West of Nakki Lake provides you a scenic view of the setting sun. Hundreds of people swarm this area in the evening amidst a carnival atmosphere. Food stalls, souvenir shops abounds the area. The scenic hills, tranquil surrounding, and the pleasant climate make it a favorite spot of the tourists.
Rana Kumbha Palace: The ruined edifice of great historical and architectural interest, being the most massive monument in the fort of Chittaur. The palace is believed to have underground cellars where Rani Padmini and other women committed Jauhar
Meera Temple: Meera Temple Build by Maharana Kumbha in 1449, this lord Vishnu Temple has beautiful idols in its sanctum, m the temple stands at the birth place of Meera Bai and is a one of the major tourist attractions of the place. Meera is believed to have composed numerous verses and sung them in praise of the Lord Krishna from here.
Historical Places in Rajasthan
Alwar: Best known for its proximity to the Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar, like most Rajasthani towns also offers an insight into the state’s rich history and culture.
Bada Bagh: Bada bagh is worth visiting for the people who are interested in archaeological heritage of India. This place gives pleasure to a persons eyes watching the calm and rich view of amazing architecture composed by the then rulers of Rajasthan. There is also a garden in Bada bagh. Though the garden is not in good state but the exquisite carvings on the tombstones and the chattris is worth watching.
Barmer: Barmer, in the western Rajasthan, is a desert town located 153 km from Jaisalmer. It forms a major part of the Thar Desert. The town many has historical sites and is a popular tourist destination. Small villages with mud-houses decorated with folk motifs, and colorfully attired people dot the landscape en route Barmer. Though a barren land with harsh climate and tough terrain, Barmer is known for its rich crafts, dance and music. Barmer gets its name from its ruler Bahada Rao Parmar (Panwar) or Bar Rao Parmar who is said to have founded the town in the 13th century. Earlier it was called Bahadamer, meaning The Hill Fort of Bahada.
Bikaner: Known for producing the best riding camels in the world, Bikaner, in the desert state of Rajasthan, is also known as the ‘Camel Country’. The Ship of the Desert is an indivisible part of life here. Be it pulling heavy carts to transport grains and goods or working on wells, camels are the prime helpers. From catering and fashion to travelling and entertainment, the camel is a day-to-day necessity. The wells of Bikaner, an important resource of water for the locals, are another attraction of the city.
Bundi: Bundi is Famous for its architecture, paintings and festivals, Bundi is a small city in the Hadoti region of Rajasthan. Situated 36 km from Kota, the city is set in narrow encircling gorge and appears like a miniature painting. Termed as ‘Queen of Hadoti’, the city gets its name from king Bundi Meena of the Meena tribe, a prominent local tribe. The city was named as ‘Bundi ka nal’; the word ‘nal’ means narrow ways.
Chittogarh: Chittorgarh is also a great place for shopaholics. Visitors can buy metal works, fabrics, handmade toys, leather shoes and jewelry. Another attraction of the city is the biggest Rajput festival called Jauhar Mela held to honor the sacrifice and bravery of the ancestors and all three jauhars which happened in Chittorgarh fort.
Jaipur: Jaipur is Rajasthan’s biggest city and its capital. It is known (somewhat incorrectly) as the Pink City due to the distinct color of its buildings. The ‘pink’ of the Pink City is Gerua (or ochre) in which the city was coated during the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1905-06. Jaipur is known as much for its fascinating monuments and colorful markets as it is for its gorgeous handloom garments and wonderfully laid-out gardens. It is really not very difficult to fall in love with Jaipur the moment you land here.
City Palace Jaipur Entry Fee
City Palace located in the heart of Jaipur city near Hawa Mahal, is a landmark in history of Jaipur and reflects the glorious past of royal families. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. It has a unique fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture in its design and artwork.
Famous for : History, Photography, Seeking Experience
Entrance Fee: 300 Per Person for Foreign Tourists and Rs.75 for Indians
Visiting Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Visit Duration: 1 to 3 hours
The city is garlanded by the presence of number of beautiful monuments that echo the splendid history of the city. Magnificent monuments such as Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, City Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Gaitore, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, Rambagh Palace and Statue Circle etc.
Amber Fort: The Amer Fort is situated in Amer, which is 11 kilometers from Jaipur. Amer, originally, was the capital of the state before Jaipur. It is an old fort, built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh. This fort is also very popularly known as the Amer Palace. The Amer Fort was built in red sandstone and marble and the Maotha Lake adds a certain charm to the entire Fort.
City Palace: City Palace, JaipurLocated in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. This palace also includes the famous ‘Chandra Mahal' and ‘Mubarak Mahal', and other buildings which form a part of the palace complex.
Gaitore: Gaitore, one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur, is a royal cremation ground for the Kachhwaha Rajput kings and the members of the royal family. The word ‘Gaitore' is believed to be a mispronounced form of the Hindi phrase, 'Gaye ka Thor' which means ‘resting place of the departed souls'.
Hawa Mahal: The renowned ‘Palace Of The Winds', or Hawa Mahal, is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur city. Located in the heart of Jaipur, this beautiful five-storey palace was constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh who belonged to Kachhwaha Rajput dynasty.
Jaigarh Fort: The Jaigarh Fort is a majestic stronghold built by Sawan Jai Singh II. This almost-intact fort is surrounded by huge battlements and is connected to the Amer Fort (also called ‘Amber' Fort), with subterranean passages. Originally built to protect the Amer Fort and the palace within the complex,
Nahargarh Fort: The Indian state of Rajasthan is famous for its royal heritage. Formed by the union of many princely states ruled mainly by Rajputs, Rajasthan has many forts and palaces. Some of these palaces and forts are associated with important historical events as well.
Statue Circle: Jaipur city offers a number of interesting tourist spots and one among them is the famous Statue Circle. Located at a busy traffic junction, the Statue Circle in Jaipur city has been a central place through which almost half of the city's population passes while navigating through this Pink City.
Pushkar fair India
The name 'Pushkar Fair' and "Pushkar ka mela" gets many buyers both in India and the World as a whole. India, being a country of age old religions, countless temples and shrines and the rituals attached to them is home to thousands of fairs that occupy every season in a calendar year. Pushkar fair is one of the most biggest event in india. And for a fair in India, it takes to be much more than just average to stand out. The significance of Pushkar Fair is many faceted which is closed intertwined with the unique features of the town of Pushkar. Situated near the famous city of Ajmer in Rajasthan, Pushkar is far away from the din and bustle of a modern city. The entire fair can be segregated under three main heads with a few sub heads. The first is the Cattle Fair. Apart from the camels, animals like horses, cows, sheep and goats are being traded here. Further there are competitions among the colorfully decorated camels where the winner camel is prized healthily. Second comes the Cultural Fair. In this segment the stalls and shops catering both to human and the cattle are set up in the fair site. Clothing, jeweleries and tattoos carry an ethnic charm with a typically Rajasthani aura. Besides it, the hugely versatile cultural repertoire of Rajasthan comes alive in Pushkar Fair in form of folk dance, music, puppet shows and so on. On the final day of Pushkar fair is for a holy dip in the mythological significant Pushkar Lake. The Pushkar Fair is gaining more popularity with the passage of time and has been attracting more visitors.
Lakes in Rajasthan
Lake Pichola: This is perhaps the most important and the most beautiful lake in Rajasthan. Situated in the Lake city of Rajasthan, Udaipur, the Lake Pichola exudes a virginal beauty for its spectator. Two of the most important attractions of Udaipur are located in and around the lake. The lake is overlooked by the grandiose City Palace complex while the beautiful Lake Palace occupies an island right in the middle of the lake. Tourists can have the pleasure of enjoying a boat ride in the Lake Pichola early in the morning or in the evening when the rising and setting sun spreads a bewitching charm on the lake and surrounding areas.
Fateh Sagar Lake: This is the second most important lake among the three lakes in the city of Udaipur. Dug up in the year 1678 by Maharana Jai Singh, the lake was destroyed by flood waters. Later, it was reconstructed by Maharana Fateh Singh. The lake is linked to the Lake Pichola in the south by a canal via Swaroop Sagar Lake and Rang Sagar Lake. Though the lake water was originally meant for the irrigation purpose, today it fulfills the need for drinking water as well. Tourists can enjoy a boat ride in the lake with the views of towering hills on three sides. The lake has three prominent islands occupied by a public park, solar observatory and a jet fountain.
Rajasmand Lake: Not very far away from Udaipur, on the way to Kumbhalgarh lies a place called Rajasmand. The place is known for its scenic Rajasmand Lake which was built by Rana Raj Singh in the year 1660 AD. On the sides of the lake, beautiful toranas and chattris enhance the overall charm. A walk on the banks of the lake with the setting sun in the backdrop is a real treat for tourists.
Ana Sagar Lake: Another important lake created by the efforts of man in Rajasthan. The lake is surrounded by beautiful parks and marble pavilions. Right in the middle of the lake is an island which can be reached by a motor boat. The ride, ofcourse, is as enjoyable as a walk on the beautiful bank.
Gadsisar Lake: In the dry region of Jaisalmer, Gadsisar Lake has its own importance. The lake was once a major source of water supply in the city of Jaisalmer and as such it is not surprising to find numerous shrines and temples around it. A yellow sandstone gateway that leads to the lake was constructed by a prostitute, Tilon, despite disapproval from the Maharaja.
Pushkar Lake: Legends have it that the Pushkar Lake was created by Lord Brahma by merging the waters of four holy places of Hindus in India - Badrinath, Jagannath, Rameshwaram and Dwarka. The lake is surrounded by 52 ghats and there is a floating chattris in the centre. The Pushkar lake is worth visiting during the final night of the famous Pushkar fair when the thousands of glittering oil lamps are left into the water.
Sambhar Lake: Distinct from sweet water lakes of Rajasthan, this is a saline water lake in the state of Rajasthan. Infact, this is the largest saline water lake in entire India and a major source of salt production in India. The lake stretches in length for 22.5 km and its width varies from 3 to 11 km. The lake is fed by several freshwater streams.
Pachprada Lake: This is yet another salt water lake in the district of Barmer. The lake produces high quality salt.
Rajasthani Food with Name
The cuisine of Rajasthan is primarily vegetarian and offers a fabulous variety of mouthwatering dishes. The spice content is quite high in comparison to other Indian cuisines, but the food is absolutely scrumptious. Rajasthanis use ghee for cooking most of the dishes. Rajasthani food is well known for its spicy curries and delicious sweets. There is an enormous variety of sweets in Rajasthan, which are relished and savored by all. In Rajasthan, the sweet dishes are had before the meal, with the main course and after the meal unlike other desserts.There is a popular sweet of each region like Mawa Kachori of Jodhpur, Rasogullas of Bikaner, Ghevar of Jaipur, Malpuas of Pushkar etc.
Popular Rajasthani dishes:
Dhungari Hui Chaach
Jaisalmer Climate is influenced by its position amidst the Great Indian Desert. The region experiences an arid climate through the year. The temperature remains low during the winter season while summers are characterized by cold and dry Jaisalmer weather. The region is drained by very scanty rainfall during the monsoon season. The climate of Jaisalmer during the winter season remains cold and dry. The day temperature rises to a maximum of 24 degrees centigrade while the night time temperatures fall to 7 or 8 degree centigrade. The winter season lasts between the months of November and February. The summer season in Jaisalmer is defined by the hot and sultry weather. The temperature during the day reaches a maximum of 42 degrees centigrade. At night the temperatures fall to 25 degrees centigrade. The season lasts between the months of April to August.
Jaipur Udaipur Distance
The total straight line distance between Jaipur and Udaipur is 94 KM (kilometers) and 432.87 meters. The miles based distance from Jaipur to Udaipur is 58.7 miles. This is a straight line distance and so most of the time the actual travel distance between Jaipur and Udaipur may be higher or vary due to curvature of the road.
Best Time To Visit Rajsthan
Winters are from October to March and are the best time to enjoy the city. The days are very pleasant but the nights are cold with less than 4°C. Carry heavy woollens while travelling. You can enjoy the sightseeing at the historic forts along with the Elephant Festival in March, Kite Festival during Makar Sankranti and Jaipur Literature Fest in January.
Summers are from April to June and are very hot and dry. During this time the average temperature is 44°C - 45°C Hot winds blows throughout the day making sightseeing next to impossible. The festival of Gangaur is celebrated during this time. Drink lots of water and juices, wear light cotton wares and carry a pair of good sunglasses if you are planning visit this city at this time.
Monsoons are from July to September but Jaipur receives low to medium rainfall. You can join the local festival of Teej if you are in the city in the month of August.
Best food of Rajasthan
Your trip to Rajasthan is incomplete if you haven't experienced their classy dishes. Rajasthan is specially famous for its cuisine. Udaipur is famous for its mouth watering food which are Daal bati and churma , Laal maas, Gatte ki Subzi, Dil Jaani etc
Daal bati and churma: A vegetarian favorite with three important components: the dal, or cooked spiced lentils, you’re likely familiar with; the baati are baked, unleavened whole-wheat dumplings, salted and brushed with ghee (intended to be eaten with the dal); and the chorma is dessert—whole-wheat balls traditionally made from unsalted baati that are deep-fried, mashed, and then mixed with ghee and sugar (and sometimes dried fruits and nuts).
Laal maas: A vibrant red mutton curry, laal maans (“red meat” in Hindi) is one of the most traditional nonveg Rajasthani dishes you can find in Udaipur
Gatte ki Subzi: Gatte ki Subzi has earned its place amongst Rajasthani fare. Dumplings made of chickpea flour (besan/gram flour) are cooked in flavorful and tangy yogurt gravy. Enjoy this Gatte ki Sabji recipe with rice or with chapati – either way, it makes for a hearty, homey meal. You won’t regret making this curry dish.
Reasons for visit Romantic Rajasthan tour
Rajasthan is a land of Kings and is the famous destination for Honeymoon because it reflects your holidays in the joy by visiting the famous forts, Palaces, Monuments and Lakes etc. Top reason to visit rajasthan for honeymoon is as follows. Here are the most beautiful honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan to visit, after which you don’t want to go back home.
Jaipur: Jaipur is also known as the Pink city and is considered one of the best destinations for honeymoon It has the beauty of desert sands, the oneness from the city life, magnificent monuments and ancient Havelis which fill your holiday with great spirit and it is great city which gave you time to spend with your life partner.
Pushkar: Pushkar is a city where perfect blending of love and bondage are given to every couple. The three sides of Pushkar city are surrounded by hills and the fourth has the magnificent golden desert. Activities like festivals, fairs, safaris and pilgrimages are common in Pushkar. Pushkar lake and Brahma’s temple are must see places. Pushkar where Love and devotion completes each other you will surely urge both of you to pour your hearts and devote all your life for the happiness of each other.
Mount Abu: Mount Abu is a famous hill station which is covered mostly by Couples it is the city where you can make you honeymoon trip unforgettable. Mount Abu will not only amaze you, but will also help you open your heart to your better half.
Jodhpur: Jodhpur stands for Honeymoon amongst the sands Jodhpur is one of the most romantic honeymoon destinations of India and offers a unique and royal experience for the couples. Love and feel Loved in the Thar Desert open your heart to your partner and make each other feel loved amidst the romantic sands of Jodhpur.
Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer is known as the golden city. It is emerging as one of the most popular honeymoon destinations. The beauty of the monuments, forts, desert and the folk music and folk dance here
Chittorgarh: Chittorgarh is a famoys for the land of kings and admire the royal feeeling during your honeymoon trip. It is the best place to spend your holiday with your life partner and express your togrther by knowning and visit the palaces of kings
How to reach Rajasthan
By Air: Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur are the cities with airports that are connected by regular flights to Delhi and Mumbai. Taxis, airport to city buses, auto rickshaws and tourist taxis are available outside these airports for the ride into the city
By Train: Rajasthan is well connected on the vast network of Indian railways. Express, superfast and mail trains go on regular scheduled runs to cities like Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Bundi, Sawai Madhopur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Udaipur and Chittaurgarh. Trains from Calcutta, Mumbai and Delhi ply daily services to different cities and towns of Rajasthan.
By Bus: Rajasthan is connected by well-maintained National Highways to the neighboring states of Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Rajasthan roadways buses run regular and deluxe coaches.
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