Well, Rajasthan is the land of Maharajas. Rajasthan’s culture is well known above all. And there is a reason for it. Starting from the historic vistas to Opulant Palaces. Altogether, Rajasthan is a diverse region deeply rooted in martyrdom and spirituality.
Rajasthan certainly, holds an excellent record of enticing tourists with its vastness. Also, the people of Rajasthan is known for their traditional lifestyle, festival, celebrations, cuisines, and welcoming people. Well-preserved places of the olden days are now quite known heritage sites.
Chittorgarh Fort in Chittorgarh Rajasthan: Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest forts in Rajasthan India. Also, this fort is significant in tales of victory, heroism, and bravery. Chittorgarh Fort was declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
There are two major attractions of the fort. Firstly, Vijay stambh which means pillar of victory. Second, Kirti Stambh, which means pillar of fame. Also, we highly recommend you visit this fort post 7 pm and attend the light and sound show. The entry fee per adult is 50 INR and for children, it's 25 INR.
Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand Rajasthan: Kumbhalgarh Fort is perched between the eleven peaks of the Aravalli range. Undeniably, this fort holds a special place in the hearts of Rajputs. Also, it is the birthplace of the legendary Maharana Pratap. Surprisingly, the Kumbhalgrah fort wall is 36km long, basically the second-longest wall in the world.
You can witness the multiple places within the Kumbhalgarh fort. Such as the Kumbha Palace, 360 plus Jain, and Brahmin temples. Firstly, we suggest you visit the Neelkanth Mahadev temple. This temple is an unmatched architectural feast to the eyes. Timings are 9:30 am to 5:30. Entry fees are 10 INR for Indians and 100 INR for foreigners.
Ranthambore Fort in Madhopur Rajasthan: Furthermore, we have Ranthambore Fort which is well known for its remarkable fortifications, art, and history. In fact, the whole fort is surrounded by stone pathways, temples, water tanks, and palaces. Also, the wall reflects the strong authority and power of the architecture. Undoubtedly, you must explore all of its 7 gates.
Namely, Ganesh Pol, Andheri Pol, Nvalakha Pol, hathi Pol, Sat Pol, Suraj Pol, and Delhi Pol. Witness the most panoramic sunsets from here. Also, entry in Fort is free from 6 am to 6 pm. The location is really well-planned and strategic on the hill.
Gagron Fort in Jhalawar Rajasthan: as a matter of fact Gagron Fort is India’s only fort which is built without foundation. Also, this fort is surrounded by water from all sides. Above all, it is quite known for its architecture and history of victory. Besides, this fort was ruled by Khinchi Kingdom for 300 years.
Since the whole fort is surrounded by water it is also called “ Jaladurga”. Finally, this fort has two major entrances. One leads to the river and another one to the hilly road. Timings are 9 am to 4 pm daily and fees are 25 INR for Indians and 300 INR for foreigners.
Amber Fort in Jaipur Rajasthan: Eventually Amber Fort is one of the most visited forts in Rajasthan. The alleys and the palatial details are mesmerizing. It is one of the masterpieces constructed with pink and yellow sandstone. Also, the Amber Fort was the main residence of Rajput soldiers. It is one of the most princely estates and it is counted as the UNESCO world heritage site in India. You can visit by paying a minimal fee of 25 INR for Indians and 200 INR for foreign nationals.
Jaisalmer Fort in Jaisalmer Rajasthan: Jaisalmer Fort is an absolute beauty. Especially, it is also called Sonar Quila. Also, this fort was constructed by royal’s craftsmen in a classic style. Surprisingly, within this fort, you can witness multiple temples, markets, guest houses, etc. This fort boasts of Mughal Monarch and the structure speaks for itself. Also, the timings of the fort are 6 am to 5 pm, no charges.
Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur Rajasthan: Formerly it was known as Bharatpur bird sanctuary. It used to be reserved for Majarajas for duck hunting. But now, it has become home to Siberian cranes, and birds from Afghanistan, china, etc. Especially during the winter months, you can spot endangered bird species here. Timings are 6 am to 5 pm alson entry fees are 50 INR for Indians and 400 INR for foreigners.
Janter Manter in Jaipur Rajasthan: firstly, this place is an open-air astronomical observatory. It is filled with modern history and civilization. Also, you can witness the 19 large instruments with specific purposes. Especially, the largest sundial in the country. The timings are 9 am to 5 pm every day. The entry fees are 50 INR for Indians and 200 INR for foreign nationals.
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