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The City of Lakes, Udaipur

The Pink City, Jaipur

Sand Dunes of  Jaisalmer
Old Havelis of  Bikaner
The Sun City,  Jodhpur
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Hill Station,  Mount Abu
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It is more commonly known as for its history. Alwar is situated around the desert sands of the Aravali hills, which is surrounded by lakes and green mountains.

Bala Qila: The City palace museum, where Emperor Babur stayed for one night. The museum is worth of watching Alwar's legendary things like weapons, paintings, jade, ivory and silver objects.

Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri : A marvelous cenotaph made from white marble & sand stone built in the memory Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh’s mistress, he ruled Alwar for few years. Vinay Vilas Palace, Vijay Mandir Palace and Moti Doongri are other exciting places in this area.


A resort situated on the banks of the Atranquil lake it is a delightful little palace overlooking Atranquil Lake protected by hills. Trekking & boating are the additional features.


The western forest mainly famous for the Sariska Tiger Reserve and Wildlife Sanctuary ,
A place to protect wild animals like Samabhar, Chinkara, Wild boar, Jackal and exclusive Tigers.
Gray Partridge, Crested Serpent Eagle, Parakeet, Bulbuls are the major bird that found here
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The oldest historic city famous for the Pandava’s stay during Mahabharat, forest, & temples and Buddhist Temples.

Deeg Palace

Another historic town famous for its beautiful gardens and palaces,
The Gopal Bhawan, Nand Bhawan and Krishna Bhawan are very smartly designed & built having a Mughal touch.


It is famous for the Fort & Jat rulers, Keoladeo National Park the world famous bird sanctuary. More then 400 species like Graylag and Bar headed geese, Siberian cranes every year gather here form Siberia, Tibet, Central Asia and Afghanistan. And people all across the world come here to see these beautiful birds. The Lohgarh Fort was made in sixty years which is surrounded by wall made by mud, the fort now converted into Government office & museum.
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Situated almost midway between Agra(Uttar Pradesh) and Gwalior (Madhya Pra-desh), on an eastward thrusting spur of Rajasthan, is Dholpur. It was near here that Aurangzeb's sons fought a pitched battle to determine who would succeed him as emperor of the rapidly declining Mugha Empire. The Shergarh Fort in Dholpur is very old and is now in ruins.Dholpur, located on National Highway 3, is most easily reached from either Agra or Gwalior, and there are regular rail and bus connections from both of these cities. It is mainly famous for its stones which were used in the famous fort & palaces. Jhor was the site of the oldest mughal garden built by Baber in 1527 and rediscovered in the 1970s


Famous for its Wildlife Sanctuary, forest, lakeand the Ganesh Temple. A perfect place for jungle safari. The ancient Ranthambhore Fort, in the heart of the national park, is believed to have been built by the Chauhan Rajputs in the 10thcentury AD. Inside the fort are three Hindu temples, dedicated to Ganesh, Shiva and Ramlalaji, as well as a Jain temple. They date from the 12th and 13th centuries and are constructed of impressive blocks offered Karauli stone. Constructed of the same stone are a number of cenotaphs which canbe seen in the precincts of the fort.
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