Rajasthan Travel Destinations
Banswara has its name derived from 'Bans' or bamboo trees, which once grew here in abundance.
A tiny yet lively town in sun - drenched sands, Barmer is a miniature Rajasthan with all its colour, warmth and tradition.
Churu district (16,829 sq. km) comprises a semi-arid sandy plain, watered only by the Katli River in the northeast.
Situated on National Highway No. 11, 54-km east of Jaipur, Dausa is an ancient town of archaeological importance.
This old historic city of Dholpur was initially named "Dhawalpuri" after the ruler Dhawal Deo who built the city at a site, little south of the present city.
Dundlod is a tiny town right in the heart of the Shekhawati region.
Nestled in the foot hills of the Aravallis, Dungarpur has an interesting topography, ranging from wild and rugged terrain in the north-east to fertile plains of alluvial soil in the south-west.
Located just south of the Sukri River, which is a tributary of the Luni River, a medieval stronghold, Jalore was the 12th-century capital of the Chauhan Rajputs ...
The princely state of the Jhalas, Jhalawar was created in 1838 AD after being separated from Kota by the British.
The town of Jhunjhunu was founded by Kaimkhani Nawabs in the middle of the 15th century...
An Open - Air Rural Art Gallery
If Rajasthan is endowed with the valorous mantle of India, Shekhawati is its colourful hub.
Situated 9-kms north of the city of Jodhpur, is Mandore which, was the capital of Marwar prior to the foundation of Jodhpur.
In olden days, the place was known as Medantak and was the capital of a ruler named Nagbhatt.
Nathdwara is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site. This is one of the most celebrated pilgrimage shrines of India, enshrining Krishna as Govardhana Giridhari.
Located 30-km south-east of Fatehpur, founded in 1737 AD, by Thakur Nawal Singh ...
Ambala also spelt as 'Umbala' is located in the northeastern state of Haryana, just east of the Ghaggar River.
The tranquil pilgrimage town of the Jains renowned for some marvellously carved Jain temples in amber stone ...
The town was modelled to resemble the city plan of Jaipur.
Located 13 kms from the city of Alwar, the enchanting Siliserh Lake was built in 1845 AD by Maharaja Vinay Singh.
Located 96 kms from Jaipur, on the way to Ranthambore is the quiet little town of Tonk, which was ruled by a tribe of Pathans from Afghanistan.
Popular Destinations of Rajasthan