Best Sightseeing Summer in Rajasthan

Arjun rajpurohit
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Best Sightseeing Summer in Rajasthan

Rajasthan, a princely state, has a great religious and cultural importance in a mystical land. The State is known as a paradise for history and culture lovers for its rich heritage and culture. Everyone who visits this country is always amazed and impressed by the beauty of the picturesque landscape. Although the Rajasthan desert is warm, many places in the summer can still be visited in Rajasthan.

Go now in the summer to some of Rajasthan's best places to visit.

Jaipur, also called The Pink City, is one of Rajasthan's most famous tourist sites and is also the capital. Jaipur is renowned for the historic monuments, old palaces, and forts, as well as the cuisine of Rajasthani. This city has a rich and vibrant past. The Hawaiian Mahal, the Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort, Albert Hall, Sisodia Rani KaBagh, the Jaigarh, and many more attractions are among Jaipur's most important tourist attractions.

A beautiful tourist spot filled with various antique temples and forts, splendid gardens, palaces, and lakes, Udaipur, also referred to as the 'east Venice' and 'city of lakes.' Pichola Lake, Udai Sagar, Swaroop Sagar, and Fateh Sagar are among the most popular lakes. Udaipur used to be the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar.

Some of the most popular sights nearby include Mount Abu, Temples of Ranakpur Jain, Fort Kumbhalgarh, Fort Chittorgarh, and many others. The famous puppet shows are also known as Udaipur.

Ajmer is one of the country's most popular places of pilgrimage and the fifth largest town in the state. It is famous for its Dargah Sharif, the sanctuary for "Supi Moinuddin Chishti," which is believed to never be empty-handed and disappointed by anyone who offers pure heart prayer in Dargah. Many celebrities who come to Dargah to seek blessings are also visiting Ajmer.

Ajmer, together with several temples, is known for the sacred lake Pushkar. On a trip to Rajasthan during the summer, you need to explore these delights.

Mount Abu
Mount Abu is situated near Sirohi District and is the only mountain resort in Rajasthan Desert State. It is situated at an altitude of 1220 m above sea level in the Aravalli range and marks Guru Shikhar as the highest point. Mount Abu is located at 1,722 meters above sea level. As Rajasthan's only mountain station, it is the perfect place to visit in Rajasthan tour packages during the summer months. Mount Abu is famous for its sunset, Nakki Lake boat cruises, and splendid Hindu and Jain temples.

Ranthambore is known as the "land of tigers" and is one of Rajasthan's biggest national parks. It also has the nearby sanctuaries of Mansingh and Kaila Devi. It is named after the fort of Ranthambore in the park. It is very popular for its royal population of Bengali tigers. Some of Ranthambore, Fort, Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Padam Lake, Surwal Lake, Kachida Valley, JogiMahal are some of the most popular attractions. In summer, other animals such as leopards, bears, nilgai, sambal can also be seen. More than 300 species of birds are also used as habitats.

In the heart of the Great Thar Desert, Jaisalmer, also known as 'The Golden City.' It's known for the architecture of the yellow stele and old temples. In this desert, you can enjoy the camp ride. It is the town's leading landmark and includes a king's palace and several magnificent Jain temples. The fort is also known as Sonar Qila (Golden Forts). Many of the temples and houses here are made of sculpted sandstone.

In the middle of the Thar desert is Bikaner, also known as the Camel Country. Bikaner is filled with ancient fortifications, royal palaces, and magnificent temples. In January-February, the famous Camel festival attracts millions of tourists worldwide. Junagarh Hill, Lallgarh Palace, and Kote Gate are some of the famous monuments.

The Bikaner is not only renowned for its architecture but also its local cuisine, including Bikaneribhujia, aloo bhujia, dal bati churma, Pakodi, and ras malai, and cham-cham. Bikaner's leather goods and crafts are also popular. The Itza and the Chadwa, which include geometrical and floral motifs, are well-known for their most famous forms of art. The joy of riding camels and a desert safari can be enjoyed.

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