Do You Want to explore the real Rajasthan? Are You Finding it hard to choose the right place to explore in Rajasthan?Whichever might be the case. Read this whole article and it will solve all your problems.
People Think that Rajasthan is all about Desert and has lack of water.
But through this article, I am going to show you all the possible sides of Rajasthan that will certainly change your perspective towards it and give you a nicer idea to choose the right place for your trip.
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1. Desert – The Most Talked Part of Rajasthan
So, as obvioulsy most of the people knows Rajasthan to be a city covered with sand. That makes me talk on the Desert part in the beginning.
No doubt a good chunk of Thar desert lies in Rajasthan, cities like Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Barmer are the most famous among them.
So if you are someone who is looking to spend an extremely
You must head to any of these cities to experience it.
But I will rate Jaisalmer as the No.1 Contender. Apart from that India’s only living fort is in Jaisalmer.
Pro Tip: Never ever plan a trip to these part of Rajasthan during summers. Or you will get to know why Rajasthan is the hottest part of the country.
Read This to Know when is the Best Time To Visit Rajasthan.
2. Greener Side – Yes there is a greener side to Rajasthan
This might sound a bit shocking to you, because all you have heard about Rajasthan is lack of water and the only plant that grows here is Cactus.
It is not so very true. [ What have you done bollywood!]
So let me show you the lesser talked side of Rajasthan.
If you know or even if you don’t! I am still going to tell you that Rajasthan is divided into many regions, like Marwar, Mewar, Shekhawati being the famous ones.
There is also a region called “Hadoti” in Rajasthan that covers cities like Kota, Bundi, Jhalawar and few others. This part of Rajasthan
If you are someone who wants to explore the greener side of Rajasthan. You must come to this part during
With lots of waterfall coming into life.
Plus Rajasthan has it’s own Grand Canyon that is located in Kota, which I am going to tell you about later in this post.
Let me show you one of the waterfall.
Surely Rajasthan has a ton of things to offer, when it comes to history.
Such has been its past. We don’t simply call it the Land of the Kings. Every Place has a fort that sings the stories of
In your hunt of Exploring Rajasthan
Other than that there is too much of history that is graved inside the land of Rajasthan that only a tour guide or someone from that time will be able to portray.
Talk to the locals and they will happily tell you a few tales.
These are my top 3
4. Salt Lake – Kutch of Rajasthan
Rajasthan proudly houses one of the biggest salt lake of India, Sambhar Lake.
It comes under Jaipur and is somewhere around 80 Kms from the main city.
After reaching Sambhar, you need to head towards Shakhambari Mata Temple which is about 15 kms from there.
The Vast Land of White Desert is what you encounter as far as you can see with mountains in the backdrop at some places.
If you are really into exploring Rajasthan, spend a night in the cold white desert of Sambhar under the smiling stars and you won’t regret the decision.
Make sure you don’t go there on a full moon, because then the Moon will steal the show and stars will hide under its bright light.
There are no hotels or guest house till now [ Dec, 2018 ]. Make sure you go there in car or have your own tent and food.
5. Our Very Own Grand Canyon
Rajasthan is blessed with pristine beauty and one such beautiful place is Garadia Mahadev of Kota.
In your hunt of exploring Rajasthan, make sure to visit this unparallel beauty.
The coolest curve of nature I have ever encountered was this.
6. Hill Station In The Desert Capital Of India
Yes, Rajasthan has a hill station too. Which we are proud of.
Mount Abu is the highest point in Rajasthan where you can place your foot.
Famous for its breathtaking sunrise and sunset point. Its a must see place in your hunt of exploring rajasthan.
7. Wildlife – Ranthambore, Sariska, Mukundra, Darrah, Keoladeo, Sita Mata Sanctuary, Jawai Leopard Sanctuary.
Other than forts and lots of tales from the past.
There is also a lot of things to explore in Rajasthan for the people brave at heart.
Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Sawai Madhopore being the top one, where you can spot Tigers, deers and all the wild things. Mukundra Reserve will give you a chance to spot, “Sloth Bears” a different breed of Bears which is smaller in size but with very long claws.
For Bird lovers, there is nothing which can match upto Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary of Bharatpur.
8. Yoga City of Rajasthan
Well, you might no about Rishikesh being the Yoga capital of India.
But there is city somewhere 15 kms from Ajmer on the other side of the mountains lying peacefully. Pushkar, it is called.
It is also blessed with the first ever Brahma Temple in India.
Pushkar is considered to be one of the most holiest place of India.
Other than that there is also lots of Yoga classes going on here all round the year.
So, if you are someone looking for some “Peace Time” Pushkar is the place you should be aiming for.
9. Banswara – The City of Hundred Island
Banswara is a small city whose beauty is known to very few people even people from Rajasthan don’t know much about it.
It is the called the city of Hundred Island.
Chacha Kota is a place in banswara that is extremely beautiful, with lush green mountains surrounded by water bodies.
Want to go off the beat exploring rajasthan, plan a trip to this beautiful place.
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