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Cultural Cities of Rajasthan

Decide your favourite colour and pick a city to match, Rajasthan's kaleidoscope of colours covers all.

Mount Abu


Architectural Treasures

Bastions of history, bristling with memories, these splendid treasures stand battling the vageries of time.

Fort Amber
The City Palace, Jaipur
Wind Palace, Jaipur
Chittaurgarh Fort
City Palace, Udaipur
Jaisalmer Fort
Mehrangarh Fort
Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur

Festivals in Rajasthan

The desert sands shimmer and pulsate with an energy and a spirit of festivity permeates the air, every season provides many reasons to celebrate.

Camel Festival
Mewar Festival
Elephant Festival
Gangaur Festival
Pushkar Festival
Desert Festival

Sightseeing Safari Rajasthan

Ride a camel over the dunes or horses through the hillside, speed ahead in a jeep and camp under open skies.

Camel Safari
Jeep Safari
Horse Safari
Elephant Safari

Wildlife in Rajasthan

A delicate ecosystem, part desert part marshy lands and even a small section of lush water filled valleys, sports a wildlife rich in variety.

Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Ranthambore National Park

Grand Rail Tours
Grand Rail Tours

Palace on Wheels
Heritage on Wheels
Fairy Queen

Budget Hotels in Rajasthan

Whichever Budget Hotel you choose you will always experience a traditional hospitality that you may never want to forget.

Jaipur Budget Hotels
Jaisalmer Budget Hotels
Bharatpur Budget Hotels
Bikaner Budget Hotels

Rajasthan Tours Travel  »  Sacred Places & Shrines

Sacred Places & Shrines

Across the stillness and silence of the desert, temple bells chime and their peals resound even in the most deserted valleys and hills. A deeply religious people, the Rajasthanis have created magnificent temples and monuments to celebrate the spirit of their faith. Every home has its deities and every village its temples, every faith has its gods - whether Hindu, Islamic, or Jain, in the nature of gurus or as the cosmos itself and each of these is celebrated and revered in equal measure. The religious kaleidoscope adds an immense depth to this already vibrant culture, the chanting of Jain hymns and their observance of strict austerities is at stark contrast with the Bhil zest for ritual festivities, the Rajput exuberance in their faith and the Muslim month of mourning and fasting. Entirely different yet they co-exist in peaceful harmony and are havens of spiritual solace for legions of visitors.

Hawa Mahal, JaipurAjmer Sharif
The mausoleum of a Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is a shrine with a formidable following and not only among Muslims, people of all faiths congregate here to pay obeisance to the saint. The annual urs festival is the most popular time to visit here as this is the time when consecrated food is cooked in huge cauldrons served to the devotees.

Mount Abu Dilwara Tempel Dilwara Jain Temples
Located in an ancient Mango grove in the only hill resort in Rajasthan, the Dilwara temples house the shrines of the Jain tirthankaras or teachers. In these profusely carved temples the sculptor's art is as much a dedication to the gods as a repository of the stone - carver's skill, enshrined here forever.

Ranakpur Jain TempleRanakpur Jain Temple
The Jains were the rich traders and an important and influential community in the Rajput kingdoms, therefore its not unusual to see magnificent Jain temples such as those at Ranakpur in Rajasthan.

Karni TempleKarni Mata Temple - Bikaner
In the rustic town of Deshnoke, a temple dedicated to a goddess and to rats has been attracting devotees for over 600 years, it truly is a living breathing monument of an era that continues to live on in a very unique land.

Saas Bahu Vishnu Tempel of the ancient Mewar dynasty in Nagda Eklingji close to Udaipur Eklingji Temple - Udaipur
According to legend, the Eklingi temple was built after the king was visited by lord Shiva in a dream. Dedicated to this deity this mammoth temple complex consists of 108 temples, coinciding with the number of beads in the sacred rudraksh necklace, which is worn by priests, saints and devotees to balance their energies.

Brahma Temple, PushkarThe Only Brahma Temple
In this land steeped in spirituality, lies the only abode of Brahma and the sole temple anywhere in the world that harbours and propitiates the deity.

Jain Temples at Jaisalmer FortJaisalmer Jain Temples
Jaisalmer lies in the interiors of the Thar desert, in a remote corner of Rajasthan. This desert jewel has a rich historical legacy and an unchanged medieval aura. In ancient times Jaisalmer was on the land route linking India to the Middle East, Africa and parts of Europe.

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