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Tourist Attractions In Rajasthan

Starting from the historical forts and palaces to the beautiful temples, Rajasthan indeed teems with tourist attractions of all kinds. On your travel to Rajasthan, you will come across the wildlife reserves such as Ranthambore, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary and Sariska tiger reserve. This majestic state has so many things to visit that you should have sufficient time in hand if you completely want to take delight in the tourist attractions in Rajasthan. Some of the important towns of Rajasthan with their attractions are:

It is the capital of Rajasthan founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727. The major things to watch here are Amer Fort, the Hawa Mahal and the royal observatory or Jantar Mantar. This majestic town is equally well-known for excellent handicraft, jewelry and textiles products.

This picturesque town was founded by Bhatti Rajput Rawal Jaisal in 1156 and located in the western region of Rajasthan, right in the heart of the Thar Desert. The Jaisalmer fort is one of the key tourist attractions in Rajasthan owing to the color of the sandstone blocks it is made of. The Jain temples and golden sand dunes at Sam are the must-visit spots in Jaisalmer.

It is an important pilgrimage place of Rajasthan famous for the Dargah (tomb) of the famous 13th-century Sufi Saint, Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti. The traditional handicrafts of Ajmer are remarkable and popular among tourists. The town is bordered by Ana Sagar Lake on one side and rolling hills of the Aravalli range on the other.

It is one of the most attractive towns of Rajasthan situated on the edge of the Thar Desert and is home to a number of important attractions. The most sought-after tourist attractions of Jodhpur include Umaid Bhawan Palace, Girdikot & Sardar Market, Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada.

This wonderful town flaunts a glorious past depicting tales of courage, endurance and gallantry. It was established by Rao Bikaji in the year 1488. There are many things to see in Bikaner including Junagarh Fort, the Lalgarh Palace, the Kali temple, the Ganga Golden Jubilee museum and the Camel Research Farm. You should not miss out to be a part of the camel festival which is held in the month of January and reflects the true spirit of Rajasthan.

It is nested in the North Western part of Rajasthan and is bounded by hills and mountains. It is also famous for the stunning palaces that get mirrored in the serene blue water of Lake Pichola. You will find some of the most outstanding tourist attractions in Rajasthan located here such as City Palaces, Suraj Gokhada, Pratap Memorial and Jagdish Temple.

There are many other towns that are treasure trove to a number of things to watch in Rajasthan and some of them to mention would be Pushkar, Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, Bharatpur and Alwar. offers online information on the places to visit in Rajasthan and also offers useful inputs on travel to Rajasthan.