Rajasthan and Gujarat Travel Guide
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- Rajasthan and GujaratNov 17, 2013
Rajasthan is simply full of colors, despite being 70% desert Rajasthan has the only hill-station of northern India - Mount Abu. Not only naturally beautiful, Mount Abu also owns a rich Historical background with famous marble art temples of Dilwara - See - http://www.mountabu.com/ for details.
- Rajasthan and GujaratMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 20, 2013
Rajasthan may well be the most romantic place in India, a desert-tinged state of ornate medieval palaces, imposing hilltop fortresses, and dusty splendor that is what many people first think of when India comes to mind. A long history of feuding fiefdoms has left the state with some of the most character-filled cities in the whole of the subcontinent -- places like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer. It's richly historic and often stunningly beautiful, and one of the best places on Earth to ride a camel out into the desert and sleep beneath the stars. A true highlight of any trip to India, and one of the neatest regions in all of Asia.
- Rajasthan and GujaratSep 16, 2013
Recently I visited India and its popular destinations which include Delhi, Agra, Khajuraho, Haridwar and most glorious state of country Rajasthan. It was my first visit and I was eagerly waiting when I would reach there and see majestic forts, elephants, camels, people wearing colorful dresses and women wearing different jewelries. It was a cultural trip to various mesmeric stopovers of Indian sub-continent. Travel itinerary of ‘Rajasthan Tour Packages’ allowed me to discover Chittorgarh, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaislamer and Ajmer. Temples, castles, lakes, wildlife and mosques were embellished with intricate designs. Food of Indian land was very spicy but being so delightful in flavor it was really delicious. I bought lots of gifts for my family and friends. My preference was colorful Indian attires and jewelleries. I am dreaming to go back to India again and explore every nook and corner over there.
- Rajasthan and GujaratJan 04, 2013
Before going for the tour of Rajasthan, I was little nervous because it’s a huge city and there is nothing to skip but I had only 2 days of time. But, thanks to way to India who took me through with important tourist destinations of Rajasthan. Saw all renowned Havelis and Palaces.
- Rajasthan and GujaratMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackersJul 04, 2012
If you have enough time, skip busy, crowded Jaipur and head to Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Udaipur instead, all of which are much more pleasant and interesting. Make sure to fit a camel safari in if you have the time.
- Rajasthan and GujaratJul 04, 2012
Im from Rajasthan - a Marwadi, but thats not the reason, its just the beauty of the state, the deserts, its calling'.. the rich culture - folk music, food, beautiful dessert landscape, palaces, etc.. one has to go there to believe it. Iv been there but want to go again with Nikhil.
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