The land of glistening silver golden sands, impassioned songs, multi colored fabrics, and the sprightly dances, “Rajasthan” welcomes the travellers from all over the world. Situated in the North-Western part of India, the Land of Kings and Colours – Rajasthan has a rich past and glorious history due to which there are a number of tales of valor, heroism and their evidences lies in forms of numerous forts and palaces. As the state was ruled by numerous kings and queens therefore the princely state has numbers of attractions that lures travellers from all over the world. Some of the fantastic places that travellers must see in Rajasthan are as follows:
Albert Hall Museum
Albert Hall Museum is also known as the Central Museum. It is located in the gardens of Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur. It is one of the oldest museums in the state of Rajasthan. The Albert Hall Museum is constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture which represents the Albert Museum of London. The museum has rare collection of ancient carpets, metal, paintings, wood crafts, arms, toys, dolls, and weapons and an Egyptian mummy. It is a must visit place for the travellers.
From the Capital city Jaipur, the Amber Fort is located at a distance of about 11 km. The architecture of the fort lures the travellers and wins their heart for the beautiful blend of Mughal and Rajput style of architecture style. It is an amazing combination of marble and redstone. The beautiful look of the fort becomes more graceful by the Maota Lake. The majestic structure offers a splendid view to the travellers. It is one of the prime attractions of the state that wins the heart of travellers.
The City Palace
The City Palace is one of the royal architecture samples that stun the onlookers and beauty of the palace steals the heart of the travellers. The palace has beautiful magnificent pillars, caved marble interiors, jali or lattice work and inlaid ornamentations. The palace has two entrances named as Jaleb Chowk and Tripolia Gate. The architect has opulent structure which is also a brilliant combination of Rajput, Mughal, and European styles of architecture.
In the beautiful and lovely Pink City of Jaipur, there is a regal palace is located named as Hawa Mahal. It is a five stories monument which comprises of nine hundred and fifty three tiny jharokha, curved roofed cells, that cuts a comely picture. It is a perfect example of Mughal architecture. It is made of red sandstone that makes it look beautiful. The timings of the visit is 9AM to 4PM. So, travellers must pay a visit to this attraction of Jaipur.
Jantar Mantar is one of the amazing observatories of India which was created to discover the mysteries of the cosmos. It is the largest and one of the best preserved observatories constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. The geometric style structure of the observatory keeps the modern time architectures shocked with its art artistry, architect style and historiographers.
It is one of the colossal and majestic forts of India which is located at an elevation of 150 m. It is 68-ft wide and 117-ft elevated walls. The beautiful craftsmanship and rich history of the fort wins the heart of the travellers. The imprints of the palm with vermilion paste and paper-thin silver foil on a gateway reflects and reminds the self-immolation of the queens to the travellers. It is the perfect fort built in Jodhpur that attracts travellers from all over the world and compel them to spend more time here.
Galta temple is also known as Monkey temple which is quite spectacular. It is located at the close quarters from the beautiful Sisodia Rani-ka Bagh. The eastern side of architecture is quite beautiful and interesting. It is a wonderful testimony of artistry. The gaumukh water source which consists of three water bodies is the prime attraction in the temple. It is a perfect temple that travellers from all over the world will witness and get to know about its rich history and past. It is a must visit destination for the travellers.
Tourists who are planning to visit Rajasthan on their upcoming holidays or family tour, they must visit each of these places as they all are comprises of a number of stories and real facts which certainly take you in the world of Rajput’s ruling era. Each of these constructions is a perfect example of Mughal and Rajput’s architecture that wins the heart of the travellers. So, book your Tour to Rajasthan and make your holidays remarkable.