Blog Posts - Rajasthan Tourism



ITC WelcomHotel Jodhpur – The Warmest Of Welcomes

A review of the...
by The Urge To Wander on Apr 9, 2015

Prime 5 Places In Pushkar

Everybody has his or her perception and disbelief. The explanation for pilgrim spots gaining prominence is because of the perception in individuals as they contemplate making such pilgrimage is an important half or responsibility of their life. Wh...
by India Travel Blog on May 3, 2014

Photostory: How to tie a turban

The Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan and easily the best maintained and managed of all the Forts I visited during my Rajasthan trip in February this year. It caters to all to … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Sep 14, 2013

Photostory: How to tie a turban

The Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan and easily the best maintained and managed of all the Forts I visited during my Rajasthan trip in February this year. It caters to all to … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Sep 14, 2013

Rajasthan tourism

Remains of ancient civilization in a land drenched in Old World charm and soaked. Miles of scorching desert sand, standing out proudly among the brown hills, intense color flashes, water transparent bridges (just a mirage, a), camels, caravans, triba...
by Indian Holiday Trip on Aug 3, 2013

Rajasthan one state many world

Who says that a successful travel means spending your time in the company of your friends? Even you can also enjoy your leisure time with your family while traveling around several destinations of India. Amongst several destinations of India, Rajasth...
by Best Tour Operator In India on Feb 2, 2013

Rajasthan… Ultimate tourist destination

Among all the varied tourist attractions of India Rajasthan is perhaps the most sought after tourist place. Rajasthan is not only the largest state of India which is also known as the Land of Kings but is also most favored tourist destination. It pro...
by Tourist Places on Dec 8, 2012

Bhangarh: Behind Closed Doors

“Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area” –reads the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) sign board in this town. Even the office of ASI has been built at a safe distance from the main fort, instead of within … Continue...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 15, 2012

Bikaner – Land of Delicious Snacks

Every Indian is familiar with the famous ‘Bikaneri Bhujia’, a typical fried delicious snack preferred all over the country. The Bikaneri Bhujia derives its name from its geographic origin – a beautiful  town in the state of Rajasthan, which is...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 10, 2012

Rajasthan Heritage Tour – Maaray saathay Rajasthan padharo sa!

October is approaching. From this time of the year till about March, Rajasthan will have a charm of its own: with the desert sun not so intense and the hills becoming clothed in green once again after the monsoons, the … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 7, 2012

Aao Thaane Rajasthan Ghumawa: Exploring Shekhawati

A trip to Rajasthan would be incomplete without visiting the stunning Shekhawati. Widely believed to be the land where the “Vedas” were written, Shekhawati has immense historical significance. The landscape here might not be too appealing and the...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 5, 2012

Escaping to the Offbeat Destinations in India!!

Encapsulating varied landscapes, beaches, wildlife, deserts, mountains and forests, the Indian sub-continent mesmerizes travelers across the world with its pristine glory and grandeur. Besides being flocked by tourist for the invigorating charm that...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 25, 2012

Bagore Ki Haveli – A Heritage in Udaipur

The city of Udaipur is a historical treasure trove with many interesting palaces, temples and havelis (private mansions). The palaces depict the life of the royals in a very inventive way to the tourists, having been converted into heritage hotels. &...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 23, 2012

Tree House – A new style of holidaying!

As a child, I used to envy the birds because they could fly anywhere they wished, perch on the branches of the trees and even their homes (nests) were in the lap of Mother Nature. They neither had to cram … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 31, 2012

Chambal: From Terror to Tourism..

Chambal River always evokes images of dacoits in black with guns, riding on galloping horses. The valley and its ravines have  given birth to legendary dacoits like Phoolan Devi,  Daku Man Singh, Mohar Singh and the like in reality and … Cont...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 20, 2012

My Travel my Passion my Homestay…

“Work is a state of mind” or so I tell my conscience when I have that restless excitement to go and discover something totally new, or just slightly different or maybe just go out and travel period. People often consider … Continue reading...
by India Travel Blog on May 21, 2012

Kingdom of Dreams – A grand showcase of live entertainment in NCR

Kingdom of Dreams is India’s first live entertainment and leisure destination,  located in Gurgaon at the apex of the Golden Triangle of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi. This live entertainment park is spread across 6 acres  and is a great place … C...
by India Travel Blog on Mar 19, 2012


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