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DestinationsKumbhalgarh

Kumbhalgarh in Rajsamand district of southern Rajasthan is essentially a Mewar fortress. Located amidst the lush green Aravalli ranges, the town is known for its 15th century fort built by Maharana Kumbha. Due to its strategic location the fort ... More...

Monuments & TemplesKumbhalgarh Fort

The massive Kumbhalgarh Fort was built in the 15th century by Maharana Kumbha who also built the Chittorgarh Fort. The fort is strategically located at a height of 3,445 ft along the border of Jodhpur (Marwar) and Udaipur (Mewar), winding along ... More...

DestinationsMandawa

Mandawa is a small busy town in the centre of the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan.  Known for its fort and colorful havelis (traditional homes of the Marwari clan), Mandawa was founded in the 18th century by Thakur Nawal Singh - the Rajput r... More...

DestinationsMandwa

Mandwa is a small fishing village with beautiful grooves of coconut palms in the Raigad district of Maharastra.  It is the gateway to Alibaug, a famous weekend destination for many people of Mumbai. On a clear day one can see the Gateway of... More...

DestinationsMount Abu

Mount Abu is the only hill station in the state of Rajashtan. It lies in the southern part of Aravali ranges at an altitude of 1220 m above the sea level. Mount Abu stands on an independent hillock separated from the main Aravali Range by a deep... More...

FestivalsNagaur Cattle Fair

Nagaur Cattle Fair is the second largest cattle fair in India held every year in the months of Jan-Feb in Nagaur district of Rajasthan. The prime purpose of this eight day fair is trading of cattle, bullocks, camels and horses etc... More...

DestinationsNagda

Nadga is a sleepy little village, northwest of Udaipur, that is home to the beautiful Saas Bahu Temple complex. Nagda originally called as Nagdhara was founded by 4th Mewar King Nagaditya in the 6th century. the city was former capital of Mewar ... More...

DestinationsNathdwara

Nathdwara, meaning the “Gate of God”, is one of the popular pilgrim centers in India.  Located 48 km north east of Udaipur, Nathdwara is situated on the banks of the River Banas in Rajasthan. This pilgrimage center enshrines Lor... More...

OthersNational Parks of India

Bengal Tigers, Wild Elephants, Asiatic Lions, Rhinos, Alpine landscapes, Marshlands, Tropical Jungles, Birds, Wild Bison, Leopards, Panthers, Deer. Whatever you want, our country has it and more to offer in terms nature and wildlife!!!

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DestinationsNeemrana

Neemrana, in Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan is a historic town located about 125 km from the national capital, Delhi, on the Delhi Jaipur highway. 

The town has not lost its splendor, still exuding the aura of glory th... More...

DestinationsPataudi

Pataudi is home of the famous cricket legend Nawab Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi of the Bhopal Royal family more famous as Tiger in the cricket circles. Pataudi is in the Gurgaon district of Haryana at the foot of the Aravali hills.

The Pa... More...

OthersPlaces Around Gurgaon

 

Its easy to get Cabin Fever if you live in Gurgaon. Luckily, there are plenty of places around Gurgaon to choose from if one is looking for a quick and relaxing escape.

In this guide, and for your easy reference, ... More...

DestinationsPushkar

Pushkar meaning ‘born from a flower’ is situated on the banks of the Pushkar Lake. It is believed according to Hindu mythology that Pushkar is the place where Brahma performed his yagna and is considered to be one of the holy pilgrim... More...

FestivalsPushkar Camel Fair

The small and sleepy town of Pushkar, about 14 km from Ajmer comes becomes a riot of colour and tradition during the annual Pushkar Camel Fair (or "Pushkar Mela") - Asia's largest cattle fair.

Surrounded by hills on three sides and a... More...

DestinationsRanakpur

Otherwise a sleepy village, Ranakpur is home to one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Jains - the exquisitely beautiful Ranakpur Jain Temple.

Situated close to Udaipur, this stunning temple was built over a 65 year period an... More...

Monuments & TemplesRanakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple is located in an isolated and dense forested valley in the Aravali hill ranges in the village of Ranakpur, Rajasthan. Ranakpur is home to an exceptionally beautiful temple complex that is one of the five most important ... More...

National Parks & WildlifeRanthambore National Park

Tigers and the huge hilltop fort after which the Ranthambore National Park is named.

Ranthambore National Park was named after the famed Ranthambore Fort, which lies within its borders.  Set between the Aravali and Vindhya ranges,... More...

DestinationsSamode

Reminiscent of the small, quaint town of Delwara (near Udaipur), itself another beautiful place in a rural setting and dominated by a palace (Devi Garh), Samode's star attraction is the 400 year old Samode Palace which is now a heritage hotel. &... More...

DestinationsSariska

To the naturalist, Sariska is home to a wildlife sanctuary with a generous supply deer and a few tigers that make for hours of hopeful game viewing time. But this getaway in the hills has other memorable features for the tourist.  A resort ... More...

National Parks & WildlifeSariska National Park

Royal Bengal Tigers

Sariska National Park, with its proximity to Delhi and Jaipur, is one of the most visited and most famous tiger reserves in India. Spread over 866 sq km with a core area of 497 sq km, the national park was a favorit... More...

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At the entrance to the Junagarh For (Old Fort) in Bikaner, Rajasthan....we were like Charlie's Angels

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A family shepherding their goats on the road towards Kumbalgarh Fort and Ranakpur Jain Temple in Rajasthan.

A family shepherding thei...

Delwara, Rajasthan

Delwara, Rajasthan

Saas Bahu Temple, Nagda, Rajasthan

Saas Bahu Temple, Nagda, ...

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Delwara, Rajasthan

Delwara, Rajasthan

Samode, Rajasthan

Samode, Rajasthan

It was a cold night...but the number of stars we saw was incredible.  Jaisalmer, Desert National Park, Rajasthan

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Eklingji Temple, Kailashpuri, Rajasthan

Eklingji Temple, Kailashp...

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Rajasthan, Jaipur

Rajasthan, Jaipur

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Jodhpur, the

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Delwara, Rajasthan

Delwara, Rajasthan

A bangle shop in Samode, Rajasthan

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Jain carving at the Ranakpur Jain Temple in Rajasthan.

Jain carving at the Ranak...

Saas Bahu Temple, Nagda, Rajasthan

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City Palace Jaipur, Rajasthan

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Another view of Jodhpur, the

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Inside the Ranakpur Jain Temple in Rajasthan.

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Eklingji Temple, Kailashpuri, Rajasthan

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Our holiday to Alwar and Sariska National Park in Rajasthan

by Dhruv Ramachandran

We saw a wild boar playing with its babies. It looked cute until the guide told us it could kill a tiger. That freaked me out! More...

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Samode, Rajasthan - a beautiful, unspoilt and quiet little village

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What was special about Samode was how few tourists we encountered..Minimal crowds and friendly people. More...

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My winter holiday in Rajasthan and the wildlife I saw

by Dev Ramachandran

I saw: The Lake, A cave were hynos sleep at night and there was also a place where there were tiger foot prints and deer antlers More...

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Our getaway to Devi Garh, Kumbalgarh Fort, and Ranakpur Jain Temple (outside of Udaipur)

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We were in the area of Rajasthan, near Udaipur, during the monsoon rains and the Aravali mountain range and the fields were all lush and green - the weather was perfect. More...

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Mad Mumbai

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Living in India (and Mumbai) is like having an intense but insane affair More...

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A Foodie's Journey thru Jaipur

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Great collection of vegetarian, non veg and sweet delights from Jaipur! More...

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