Ajmer Shariff

Encompassed by the impressive Aravalli Hills and located 13 km from the religious city Pushkar, Ajmer is a melting pot in India. It has embraced some of the most diverse cultures of India within. The city was founded by the Maharaja Ajay Chauhan in the 7th century. Since then, it had served many dynasties of Read More

Universal Peace Hall

Perched in the imposing Aravalli Mountain ranges, Mount Abu takes the pride of being the only hill station in Rajasthan. Mount Abu is one such place in Rajasthan where you can witness the picturesque charisma of nature, the grandiosity of architecture, the rustic wilderness of alpine region, fascination of wildlife, and pleasant climate in one Read More

Pushkar Lake

Pushkar is a city that doesn’t need any introduction. Since the long-gone Vedic era, Pushkar has been holding a very significant religious importance in India. The city is known to be the abode of Lord Brahma and also houses one of few existing Lord Brahma’s Temple of the county. Situated in the northwest of Ajmer, Read More

Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer is a completely different façade of Rajasthan. Among the stateliness of Rajasthan where every fort has a glorious story to narrate, every palace has an unmatched architecture to allure and every museum has a vast collection to satiate, the dozy desert city Jaisalmer has something unique to wonder its visitors. Located in the lap Read More

City Palace Udaipur

The most romantic city in Rajasthan, Udaipur has its own charm and charisma. It attracts millions of worldwide tourists annually. The stellar forts and palaces of Udaipur have witnessed many heroic stories and today they’re the much-loved wedding destination for the lovebirds. Soaked into a rich history, Udaipur never fails to impress the visitors with Read More

Mehrangarh Fort

The second largest city in Rajasthan has a very significant place in Rajputana history. Jodhpur is also called ‘The Blue City’ as the forts, buildings, palaces, and landscapes of Jodhpur draw a beautiful canvas of the city in vibrant shades of blue. The glistening star on the map of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is The Sun City Read More

Piniting Elephants in Jaipur

The color of pebbles of Jaipuri palaces and forts might have edged out with the course of time but the ‘pink city’ is getting brighter and cheerful day by day.  It is a city that would give you a sense of nostalgia upon its every visit. No matter, how many times you have been here Read More

Places to visit inRajashan

Rajasthan, a well-embroidered beauty in itself, is the treasure trove of Indian tourism. Formerly known as ‘Rajputana’ (the land of kings), Rajasthan manifests the stateliness of Indian Rajputana rulers. If you want to witness the vibrant culture of India, head to Rajasthan. I must say, today if there is a place in India where heritage Read More

Places to visit in Jaipur

Jaipur, The Pink City, is the heart of Rajasthan. It is called ‘Pink city’ due to the distinctive colors of its buildings but the city is vivacious indeed in all ways. The capital city of Rajasthan was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727. Since then, the royal city has been a touristy Read More