Rajasthan is well known for its rich culture of ancient Indian history, dramatic folk dances, elegant royal sceneries of the grand palaces, forts and the simplistic lifestyle of some villages reveal a lot about Rajasthan makes the state attract a swarm of tourists from all over the world. If you were planning for Rajasthan tour, then the best time to visit Rajasthan would be in the winter from October to March. This is the definite time to witness the wildlife, endure the pleasant weather and take part in the cultural tours offered by several Rajasthan tourism packages at Sushant Travels. From desert tours and camel rides to artistic handicraft shopping in the liveliest marketplaces.
Here is a list of things to do in Rajasthan:
Hawa Mahal: Visit Hawa Mahal, the most distinctive monument of Jaipur is a particularly captivating destination spot, painted with radiant hues of pink portraying delicate and honeycombed gathering that is peaked at a great height. Built by a noble ruler Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799, Hawa Mahal was constructed to allow the household women of the superior and royal family to witness the processions and life of the place.
The City Palace: It is one of the best tourist places to visit in Rajasthan. It is a palace in Jaipur that houses the popular Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. The Chandra Mahal is one of the most attractive tourist places in Rajasthan.
Jal Mahal: It is one of the most peaceful and tranquil places to visit in Rajasthan located amid the wild city of Jaipur. Jal Mahal is asymmetric deep surge royal mansion which was once a shooting toll house for the Maharajah. The bright sand blended with the stone walls of the gorgeous architecture Jal Mahal defines to be an evident contrast to the cerulean waters of the inland lake.
Birla Temple: This temple in Jaipur is profoundly studied and inspired by the fine art or artwork of modern architecture. The design adorned on the Birla Temple is said to have inspired by a Scottish castle artwork. The major three arches in the complex represents three crucial religions that are followed in our country.
Jantar Mantar: The Jantar Mantar is found in Jaipur. It is a compilation of structural astronomical instruments. The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is the well-preserved among all the memorials that have been included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Lake Pichola: It is an artificial lake which has been named after the Picholi village and was built in 1362 AD. It was built to meet the irrigation and drinking requirements of the local people. There are four islands on the lake and palaces have been created on these lakes to provide a better view of the region of the lake. The four islands and the palaces built on them are Jag Niwas, Jag Mandir, Mohan Mandir and Arsi Vilas.
Kumbhalgarh Fort: It is located in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. It is known as the birthplace of the greatest warrior of India, Maharana Pratap. The fort was built during the 15th century. The fort is now open to the public and is lit up in beautiful lights every evening.
Fateh Prakash Palace: It was established in the early 20th century and is titled after Maharana Fateh Prakash, who was the king during the development of the palace. The palace has now been transformed into a hotel. The Fateh Prakash Palace is still owned by the Mewar Royal Family of Udaipur.
Mehrangarh Fort: It is one of the biggest forts in India, located at a height of 440 feet from the city. The fort is surrounded by high and resolute walls and embeds several palaces and temples within. The Mehrangarh Fort is pretty famous among tourists. The Fort also has a museum which is one of the most well-stocked museums in Rajasthan.
Bishnoi Village: It is a village which allows the tourist to traverse the rich cultural beauty exhibiting the ethnic customs in and around Marwar. Bishnoi Village portrays the true essence of Rajasthan. Therefore, if you are zealous to encounter the venture of the tribal village culture, then you must surely visit Bishnoi Village.
Umaid Bhawan Palace: Originally known as the Chittar Palace, is one of the world’s greatest private residences. A part of the palace is still used by the Jodhpur Royal Family, another part has been hired by the Taj Group of Hotels and handled as hotel. The palace is divided into three parts, One part of the palace is the royal residence, the other part is a heritage hotel and the third part is a museum. The museum showcases the 20th-century history of the Jodhpur Royal Family. The museum gallery showcases the automobiles owned by the royal family.
Osian Village: It is one of the popular places to visit in Rajasthan. Osian is known as a place where tours and outings can be carried out. Experiential things like camel riding, overnight safaris, and dune camping are popular in Osian Village.
The Jaisalmer Fort: It is one of the most magnificent forts in the world. It is termed - the Sonar Qila in the regional language as it is made of yellow sandstone. The Fort takes on a yellow hue in the sun rays and turns a beautiful honey-gold colour at sunset.
The Sam Sand Dunes: It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state of Rajasthan. It is the place where you can completely lose yourself in the stunning beauty of the Thar Desert. From this point, there is only a vast stretch of dunes with rare or no vegetation. Sam sand dunes safari and jeep safari are activities that should not be missed in Rajasthan tour.
Dilwara Jain temple: The beautiful temple is located near Mount Abu. The temples are known for their exquisite architecture and elaborate carvings. The temples were constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries by Chalukya.
Guru Shikhar: It is one of the peaks in the Arabuda Mountains of Rajasthan and also the highest point in the Aravalli Range, Rajasthan. Guru Shikhar extended to a height of 5,676 feet. There is a temple devoted to Dattatreya and Lord Vishnu, at the top of Guru Shikhar in a cave.
Junagarh Fort: Originally named the Chintamani Fort which is not built on a hilltop. The Junagarh Fort is placed in central and the city of Bikaner has expanded around it.
Karni Mata Temple: Solemnly devoted to Karni Mata located at Deshnoke, Rajasthan. Popularly known as the Rat Temple. It is the home for around twenty-five thousand black rats that are worshipped daily in the temple.
The Keoladeo National Park: It is also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, was previously known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. The park plays host to a large number of migratory birds during the winters, it is also been added in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
The Chittorgarh Fort: It is the largest fort in India. The fort, which is also called Chittor, was the place of power of the rulers of Mewar. The fort was attacked three times between the 15th and the 16th centuries and was captured by enemies. The fort is emblematic of the spirit and values of the brave Rajput rulers who ruled over Mewar.
Garadia Mahadev Temple: It is located at around 500 feet at a distance from the sea level near the canyon through which the Chambal river runs. On either side of the temple lies colossally large massive cliffs.
Ranthambore National Park: One of the famous national parks in Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is the main tourist attraction. Ranthambore National Park is deemed to be a popular hunting grounds especially discovered for the Maharajas of Jaipur. Best time to visit Ranthambore National Park is open for the tourist every year on between 1st October to 30th June. Rest of the time it remains closed.