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7 Reasons to Fall in Love With Rajasthan

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Rajasthan is one of the most colourful states in the country with a wild concoction of culture, cuisine, music, and people always looking forward to welcoming you. We help you live the best Rajasthan that will make you fall in love for sure! Check out these great videos from our travellers! 

7 Reasons to Fall in Love With Rajasthan:

  1. Udaipur (Rajasthan)
  2. Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  3. Mount Abu (Rajasthan)
  4. Pushkar (Rajasthan)
  5. Ranthambore (Rajasthan)
  6. Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)

1. Rajasthani folk music and the arts of Udaipur!

source: HolidayIQ reviewer Mustafa shot this in Udaipur

Often referred to as the 'Venice of the East', the lake city of Udaipur is known as the centre for performing arts and crafts. The lakes, palaces and nice people attract foreign and domestic visitors. HolidayIQ reviewer Sujanendra says, "Udaipur has three interconnected lakes - the Fateh Sagar Lake, the Lake Pichola and the smaller Swaroop Sagar Lake; along with forts, palaces, temples, gardens, mountains and but narrow lanes to Palace is little worrying. The city is protected by the elevated Aravalli Hills. Food though little costly tasty and the people are helpful."

2. The grandeur and architecture of the pink city!

source: HolidayIQ reviewer Rizwanuddin shot this in Jaipur

Jaipur is your one stop solution to all things Rajahthan. Fall in love with the gorgeous architecture or just explore the lanes of the old city, all of which have stories to tell. HolidayIQ reviewer Sunil says, "It's a visually fascinating treat to see the monuments and the forts that bear testimony to a rich Rajput culture as well as traditions.The rich talent in the form of pottery, handicrafts, block prints, quilts as well as the great array of traditional dishes are something you cannot get enough of."

3. Cool yourselves at the only hill station in Rajasthan!

source: HolidaydayIQ reviewer Dhruv Kalra shot this right at the top of Mount Abu

Located at a height of 1220 meters from sea level, Mount Abu definitely gets an extra advantage as a tourist spot because this is the only single hill station in Rajasthan. HolidayIQ reviewer Rajat says, "This place is really beautiful and good to come here and enjoy. The best time is monsoon and winters. There are many temples and lakes here. This way the place is good for religious and adventure. This hill station is near from Abu Road. There are many buses and tourist cars plying daily. There are many places here with hindu temples and jain temples."

4. Experience spirituaity and a relaxed vibe in Pushkar

source: HolidayIQ reviewer Apoorv shot this in Pushkar

Pushkar is one of the five sacred Dhams that are revered pilgrimage centres and it's importance is often referred as “tirth- raj”, which means the king of pilgrimages. HolidayIQ reviewer Yadneshs says, "Best time to visit is during Pushkar mela which is once in a year, however it's a tourist attraction, so might find multi cultural people around you. I would suggest to travel solo so that you can get to know more people and travelling is easy for photograpers this way."

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5. Foray into the wild at Ranthmbore National Park

Foray into the wild at Ranthmbore National Park
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source: HolidayIQ reviewer Faisal Rizwi took this in Ranthambore National Park

The visit to this park is a retreat for wildlife lovers as it provides variety of striped hyenas, tigers, sambar deer  and Indian false vampires are some of the animals that can be spotted in this park. HolidayIQ reviewer Aniket says, "The inclination towards animals & forest compelled me finally to pay a visit to this lovely forest & its habitants! Sight of Krishna aka T-19 with her 3 cubs was a beautiful surprise & like a hard earned trophy! The road trip from Jaipur to the park in the scorching heat ended with most memorable trip ever! The moments etched in my memory & unforgettable! Would love to visit again and again!"

6. Explore the infinite sand dunes of Jaisalmer

Explore the infinite sand dunes of Jaisalmersource: HolidayIQ reviewer Abhijeet Dhope took this in Jaisalmer

Apart from enjoying the magnificent views of the expansive sand dunes, you can savour some authentic Rajasthani dishes such as Daal-Baati, Kair Sangri Churma, and Laal Maas in Jaisalmer. HolidayIQ reviewer Dev Nager says, "A wonderful travel destination. Out of the world experience. The food, the culture, the fort, the people. All have a charm of their own hitherto unknown.The beauty of the sand dunes in the evenings are mesmerizing. Sheer art on canvas. A place that has to be visited to be believed."

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