Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Udaipur - The Lake City of Rajasthan

Udaipur - Named as City of Lake . Udaipur is 415 Kms from Jaipur is a well connected by Rail, road and by Air. Udaipur is famous among tourist for its beautiful City Palace, Lakes and is called as Venice of the East. Udaipur is found by Maharana Udai Singh II as the capital of Mewar in 1559. Udaipur is a popular tourist destination of India and is visited by many foreign and indian tourist. The best time to visit Udaipur is September mid to April mid as it is not very hot during these days in Rajasthan. The Famous tourist spots not be misssed in Udaipur are
1. City Palace : Located on the eastern bank of Lake pichola, the palace was home to many kings of udaipur. Some parts of the Palace if now converted into Heritage hotels - Shivniwas Palace & Fateh Prakash Palace.

2. Lake Palace : Located on the Jag Niwas Island in Lake Pichola and is made of Marble. This Palace is also now Heritage hotel offers luxury and royal accommodation to the travelers visiting Udaipur.

Rajasthan Tour Packages - Explore the Rich Heritage

Rajasthan is the beautiful land of golden sands, which has been endowed with bounties of nature, diversity of culture and welcoming people. This makes the state one of the top tourist destinations in the country, attracting tourists from within it as well as from all over the world. The grand forts and palaces, rich art and culture and delicious cuisine of Rajasthan are the main attractions which pull the crowds to the state. Today, Rajasthan, which has so many things to offer, has become the dream destination for tourists across the globe.

Rich Heritage and Cultural Attractions of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the land of vibrant colors and rich heritage, and you can see all these bright colors in the architecture, food and attire of the state. The cities of the state have countless attractions to offer. Jaisalmer Fort, Padmini Palace, City Palace Alwar, City Palace Jaipur, Alwar Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Patwon ki Haveli, Taragarh Fort and Samode Palace are some glorious forts and palaces included on the Rajasthan Tour Packages. There are a number of religious places in these packages too, such as Brahma Temple, Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara and Eklingi Temple.

Tourists can also have a splendid time at some serene lakes and palaces of Udaipur. Another popular attraction of the state is its wonderful wildlife and national parks, which are a haven for nature lovers. Rajasthan is well known for its hospitable people and warm ambience, where men in colorful turbans and women in ornamental jewelry welcome the tourists with open arms. The music and dance of the state is equally famous, and so are its amazing festivals, which draw huge crowds from all over the world. Similarly, you will never forget the mouth watering cuisine of Rajasthan after you have tasted it once in your life.

Rustic Villages of Rajasthan

Besides the amazing cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Mount Abu, you can ask for the Rajasthan Heritage Tour Packages, which would include a glimpse into the real Rajasthan, by having some authentic villages included in it. The cities may offer many modern attractions but the villages reflect the true tradition, culture and heritage of the state. The people of these small villages live in simplicity and have their own special charm, which you will definitely not find in the big cities. The desi village cuisine, camel rides and local handicrafts can give you memories of a lifetime. The famous camel safari in the desert can be a memory for the lifetime. The traditional snake dance of the Kalbeliya tribe can be another joyful experience. Other famous events of Rajasthan are the traditional Pushkar Fair and Gangaur Mela of Jaipur.

One thing to keep in mind while taking a Rajasthan Tour Packages is the weather, as the scorching summer months are very difficult in this desert state and it is practically impossible to venture out during the day, let alone enjoy all these attractions of the state. So it is best to choose winter months for a comfortable and pleasurable tour in Rajasthan. 

Monday, 29 October 2012

Rajasthani Craft

Rajasthan is well known for its large quantity of wonderfully crafts designs, and you will be fortunate to get through the condition without purchasing far more than you ever planned. Fabrics and jewellery are Rajasthan’s most popular items, but wood work, metalwork, ceramics, and almost anything they create, has that unique Rajasthan touch of shimmering color.

Textiles and Clothing

Rajasthani fabrics are known for their vivid colours and they come in a wonderful wide range.  The art and colours of Rajasthani people shows on its fabric. Once in Rajasthan, you cannot neglect the appeal of vibrant printing, which have been attracts the Rajasthani females for hundreds of years and now getting the attention of the whole world. A very well-known technique of shading textiles is tie-dyeing. Many of Rajasthani materials are created this way. Another common method of adding the pattern to a fabric is Block Printing. 

Metalware and Jewellery
The females take pleasure in their traditional jewellery and Rajasthani womenfolk treasure their heritage. The attractive metalwork most common of Rajasthan is Meenakari, made with enamelled inlays on gold or silver. The items of jewellery are often treasures and approved down in family members. The Bindi, Borla and Rakhi are the primary head ornaments of the women of the state. Diamond, Pearl , Blue Sapphire , Ruby, Topaz, Emerald, Jade, Garnets, Agate, Amethyst, ,  Tourmaline Lapis lazuli, Carnelian... Precious And Semiprecious Gems used in Rajasthani ornaments.

Others Crafts to Buy
Wooden furniture can be a great deal, but heavy to cart around, let alone take home. One very common Rajasthani memorabilia are puppets trusted in holding dramatizations of popular folk shows. The glass works of Rajasthan are best in both usage and design.

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Monday, 22 October 2012

Discover Jodhpur

Jodhpur was established in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a primary of the Rathore group. Jodhpur is the second biggest town in Rajasthan.  Jodhpur is a very popular tourist location. The scenery is picturesque and enchanting. Jodhpur town has many wonderful Forts & Palaces. The town is known as the "Sun City" because of its warm and shiny climate throughout the season. 

In previous times, it was the capital of the Marwar state. Jodhpur is set at the top of the Thar Desert. This imperial town reflects with stories of antiquity in the loneliness of the desert.  The Jodhpur traditions, the Jodhpuri individuals are amongst the friendliest individuals of Indian. They have a common Marwari feature. The way of life in Jodhpur, Indian is quite amazing. The town's vibrant people, wearing their multi-hued outfits and ornamented, head to toe, with big metal jewellery, make up for the white and grey uniformity of the desert. 

The Beautiful Palaces, temples and Forts thrown throughout the town bring alive the ancient magnificence of this town. Lending a romantic element to Jodhpur, are its beautiful handcraft, folk music folk dance and the brightly dressed individuals. 

Most of the people like to do on a vacation journey is to Shop. Shopping in Jodhpur is an interesting and fulfilling shopping rewarding for the visitors. It is the home place of many experienced and skilled artisans. The Popular Markets of Jodhpur are Sojati Gate, Station Road, Tripolia Bazaar, Mochi Bazaar, Nai Sarak, and Clock Tower.

Jodhpur has a variety of dining locations and eating-places. Do not forget to try the popular Kachouri , Samosas and Mirchi Vadas. Jodhpur is popular for its sweets. You can discover a huge crowd at every store of sweet. It’s in custom of Jodhpur that first you have to eat sweets and then begin other food. The traditional cuisine of Jodhpur will really mesmerize you with its wonderful flavour.

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Saturday, 25 August 2012

Rajasthan Tours India

Located in north west India Rajasthan is largest state of India. Rajasthan means “the Land of Kings” is famous for its Thar Desert , Wildlife Parks, Lakes, historic monuments, temples and religious shrines. Tourist from all over the world visit Rajasthan to admire its great tourism assets.  Rajasthan is land of colors, culture and heritage and is one of the most visited states in India. 

Rajasthan has some magnificent palace and forts which are now converted into Heritage Hotels to offer a royal living to the tourist with world class amenities, luxury and comfort. Palace on Wheels and Royal Rajasthan on Wheels are the luxury tourist train offers heritage living and travel to cover various important cities of Rajasthan. Rajasthan tours are the best way to explore cities and villages of Rajasthan.

Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan, Ranthambhore and Sariska have famous tiger reserve of Rajasthan whereas Bharatpur offers world famous Bird sanctuary. For heritage lovers Rajasthan has lot to offer, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner has magnificent forts and palaces to explore and Shekawati is known for its frescos and havelis with beautiful paintings on them. Mount Abu, Ranakpur are known for Jain Temples dedicated to Lord Adinath. Pushkar has the only Lord Brahma temple in the world.

All the cities in Rajasthan are connected with good road network through Delhi and Agra and other major cities. Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur have airports connected by daily flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata. Trains are also available to various cities of Rajasthan. 

Rajasthan has rich culture and known for artistic and cultural traditions that reflect the ancient way of life. Small villages of Rajasthan are the symbols of varied folk culture of Rajasthan. Rajasthan tour packages offers package tours to Rajasthan with best price in a way which let you explore great heritage of Rajasthan with a taste of culture and colours of Rajasthan

Saturday, 19 November 2011

Sam Dunes Jaisalmer - A Night Under Stars

Location: In the outskirts of Jaisalmer, 42 K.M. from the main town
How to reach: Jeep or any other 4 wheel drive SUV or Camel back
Famous for: Sand, sands and only sands

There is no point coming to Jaisalmer if you don't go for the Desert Safari.Sam dunes are the closest place from Jaisalmer where you can loose yourself in 'the Great Thar Desert'. Sam has a truly magnificent stretch of sweeping dunes, with sparse or no vegetation.

Join a camel caravan at Jaisalmer and ride along the breathtaking crests and troughs. Enjoy the romance of solitude as your camel takes you deep in the hearts of the Thar Desert. Put yourself in the camp and experience the sun setting behind the horizon. Organize a bonfire with the fellow tourists in the night and enjoy the rustic and earthy music and dance of Rajasthan.

The Sam dunes are also the most picturesque spot around Jaisalmer, Sitting there in the evening with the sun setting, listening to cultural music, you might feel that time has come to a grinding halt. The silken smooth sands of Sam look like a tale out of the Merchant of Venice and camel safaris are much in vogue here. An overnight trip to the area is a must if you really want to enjoy all the sights and sounds, the ruins and the temples. Sleeping out in the open, stretched out on the sands under the twinkling stars is an out of the world experience. Many a tourist has fallen in love with the haunting beauty of the dunes – there is a definite aura of romance about it.

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Thursday, 17 November 2011

Rajasthan - Explore the land of Kings

Rajasthan is a NorthWest state of India and is a wsetern border of India. Rajasthan is famous for its vast Desert, Hills, Lakes and Heritage monuments like Forts & Palaces, Temples and Frescos. Rajasthan is also the home of  flora and fauna. Wildlife parks and sanctuary are formed to protect wildlife. Bandhavgarh National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and Sariska Tiger Reserve are some of the very famous park of Rajasthan.

Due to its road network, Airports and train connection Rajasthan can easily be explored. Major Airports are Udaipur, Jaipur and Jodhpur which are connected by Daily flights from Delhi and Mumbai. Cars, Buses and Trains are also available to most of the major cities of Rajasthan.

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