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Rajasthan: A Golden State of India
Idea shared by Punto Seguro - August 30 at 10:19 AM
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India is one colourful country. The culture here is one of a kind. Many ideologies and cultural practices coexist together in this holy land. This golden land attracts millions of tourists every year from across the gold. People visiting India mostly prefer going heritage tours of Indian states. 

 

If you are someone who wants to get a firsthand experience of Indian culture and its vivid history, then we suggest you start with the Rajasthan culture tour. This Northwestern Indian state has a lot to offer to its guests. There are many exciting places to visit and many cuisines to get a taste of.

 
  • There are many beautiful cities to visit. For example, Jaipur, also known as the pink city of India. One can witness how the royal Rajputs ruled this city in the past. The traces of their royal practices are still prevalent in the lifestyle of the people here. The drawings, the portraits, the pink hue all add to this city's beauty. 
  • Tourists also love visiting the city of lakes, that is Udaipur. This city is surrounded by Aravalli hills and is popular for its flora and fauna. Udaipur is known as the 'Venice of the East'. The breathtaking architecture, the beautiful temples all add to the beauty of this city. 
  • Jaisalmer, the golden city, is known for the sand dunes and castles all clad in a golden hue, giving it the name. 
  • Another place to visit is Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan. The cool atmosphere of this hill station is in stark contrast to that of the main cities in Rajasthan. One can see Dilwara temples which stunning pieces of architecture are to witness. 
  • Not to forget Jodhpur, the blue city also known as the sun city. It is a very famous Mehrangarh fort. The tourists get to see the lakes, temples and to shop from the stores located in the streets here in Jodhpur. 
 

The list of places to visit here in Rajasthan is endless. These are only a few selected top tourist spots to visit. People fall in love with the culture, the places, the customs, the dressing of the native women, and so much more. 

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