Rajasthan is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in India. Rajasthan is otherwise known as “The Land of Kings” and is filled with majestic forts and luxurious palaces of Maharajas. Rajasthan has a strong historical background which made this place a preferred choice for tourists around the world. Rajasthan is famous for its rich culture, colorful festivals, tradition, mouth-watering foods and handmade products. The lively look of the Rajasthan attracts the attention of visitors and makes them visit at least once in their lifetime. Most of the visitors visit here again and again to enjoy the lovely look. Get the opportunity to visit the significant places of Rajasthan like Ranthambore, Pushkar and Bikaner.
Ranthambore National Park is a famous tourist destination, which is 349.8 KM away from Rajasthan. It is a shelter for tigers and other wild animals and birds. The visitors can easily spot tiger and also other wide animals which came to the Padam Lake to drink water. In the Surwal Lake, you can have a glimpse of the excellent view of the birds catching the fish during the early morning. The Ranthambore National Park is also a home to the famous Ranthambore Fort, which is located inside the park.
Pushkar is 96.8 KM away from Rajasthan. It is a town in Ajmer district. Pushkar is a pilgrimage site for Hindus and Sikhs. It is home to many temples and ghats, which made this place a favorite destination for many devotees. They believe that taking bath in the Pushkar Lake will cure all the skin diseases and nullify their sins. The other notable annual event which attracts the tourist attention is the Pushkar Camel Fair which will take place during October-November month.
Bikaner is located in the northern region of Rajasthan which is 175.6 Km away from Rajasthan. This city of Bikaner was found in 1488. Bikaner is otherwise known as the Camel Country. This city is famous for the ancient palaces, forts, and temples. The famous attractive tourist places are Laxmi Niwas Palace, Lalgarh Palace, Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace, Karni Mata Temple (Rat Temple) and Bikaner Camel Festival.
Visit Rajasthan at least once in your lifetime to understand the Indian culture and architectural style.