Rajasthan – The Royal Weekend

Rajasthan The Royal Weekend

Rajasthan is well known for its traditions social customs, and royal charm. Due to this, the state is an ideal venue for tourist. Rajasthan, The land of Kings is the largest state of India located in northwestern India. The Land of Royalty was ruled by Rajputs for a long time even today they are regarded in very high esteem.
Tourist Attractions
#THAR VISITThe Great desert of India is surrounded by the Aravalli Ranges on the east, on the south by Rann of Kutch and on the west by the Indus River. Due to the diversified habitat, the Indian desert is very rich in flora and fauna. Camel safari in Thar desert is an unmatched experience.#FORTSRajasthan is well famous for its majestic forts, magnificent palaces and historic havelis built by the Great Maharajas of Rajasthan. There are around 14 forts in Rajasthan, out of them Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort in India and the grandest in the state of Rajasthan. The Jaisalmer Fort is also known as Golden fort is one of the largest forts in the world, Situated in the Jaisalmer city.# PALACESImage source-WikipediaThe land of maharajas is famous for well-laid gardens, gorgeous temples, and beautiful palaces. Some of these are Alsisar Haveli, City Palaces, Hawa Mahal, Lake Palace, Umaid Bhavan, and Jai Mahal. Umaid Bhawan Palace situated at Chittar Hill, the highest point in Jodhpur is one of the worlds largest private residences. The Water Palace is located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in pink city Jaipur
The ideal Rajasthan Packages are of a longer duration and need you to need to have comparatively more time as there are innumerable sights that you can see and enjoy.Rajasthan Budget Tours brings some of the top places of the country with a major focus on favorite Rajasthan destinations, involving the cities of Jaisalmer, Jaipur, and Udaipur. Overall, the purpose here is to let you relish the loveliness of a land which is full of wonderful Forts palaces and Havelis.The best way to explore the royal Rajasthan is only by the luxurious trains like Place on Wheel and Royal Rajasthan on Wheel. The other way to explore Rajasthan is from Delhi.
UdaipurAlso known as the city of lakes and palaces, Udaipur is one of the most romantic places in India. The city has great beauty that comes from the regal palace buildings. The good side is that you can get a best royal place.One of the palaces, where you can have your wedding, is Jag Mandir which is located on an island in the middle of Lake PicholaJaipurAlso known as the pink city, this is the capital city of Rajasthan. The city has many places where you can have the best place to stay.JodhpurAlso known as the Sun City due to the bright, sunny weather it enjoys all year round, this is the second largest city in Rajasthan. Just like other cities, it has a number of great places where you can have your wedding.JaisalmerNamed after its founder, Maharawal Jaisal Singh, Jaisalmer presents a number of places that are outstanding venues for a wedding. Some of the best places ideals for a wedding are Gorbandh palace, Narayan Niwas, Fort Rahwada, Bageecha lawns, Taal amphitheater, Sam sand dunes, and Sarovar poolside.The royal comforts and pleasure along with cultural shows of Rajasthan make the honeymoon an unforgettable tour. Some of the most popular honeymoon places in Rajasthan are Udaipur, Mt. Abu, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Jaipur.


#DAY 1- DELHI ARRIVALOn the arrival at Delhi airport, the travelers will meet hotel representatives who will arrange the overnight stay.From Delhi to Samode ist 5 hours drive (Approx 294 KMS)#DAY 2-SAMODE-JAIPUR-SAMODEOn arrival at Samode, we shall check-in at the hotel. Post breakfast, we shall go for an excursion to Amer Fort. We will ride Elephants to the fort and back. In the afternoon, we will take a tour of the city to places like City Palace, Jantar Mantar (observatory), Palace of Winds and the Birla Temple. In the evening the travelers will return back to SAMODE and will have an overnight stay at a hotel#DAY 3-SAMODE TO NAGAURFrom Samode, we will travel to Nagaur, its 4 hours drive (Approx 265 KMS).Once we reach Nagaur, after checking into hotels. In the evening travelers can visit t Nagaur Fort, Tarkeen Dargah, and Jain Temple. An overnight stay at the hotel.#DAY-4-NAGAUR TO JAISALMERToday, after breakfast at the hotel, we will head out for Jaisalmer. On arrival at Jaisalmer, -in at a hotel for a night stay. Next day post breakfast travelers can enjoy Manak Chowk, Havelis, and Gadisar Lake and can have unbeatable experience of camel safari. The Camel Safari is the most important attraction in Rajasthan.#DAY 5-Jaisalmer to JodhpurPost breakfast travelers will head towards Jodhpur. The best attraction in Jodhpur is Mehrangarh Fort, which is one of the largest forts in India and is situated 400ft high on a hillock. Another attraction would be Umaid Bhawan Palace, which is one of the world's largest private residences a part which has been converted into heritage hotel that is managed by Taj Hotels. Named after Maharaja Umaid Singh, grandfather of the present owners of the palace, this monument cum hotel has 347 rooms and serves as the principal residence of the erstwhile Jodhpur royal family. After Umaid Bhawan, we will drive to UdaipurDay 6- UDAIPURIn the morning the travelers can enjoy boat ride at Lake Pichola. Another place will be the Jagdish Temple, which is a large Hindu temple in the center of Udaipur city. Travelers can also visit Saheliyon ki Bari (Gardens of the maids of Honor) and Museum. Udaipur is considered as most romantic and beautiful places in India. Its best honeymoon places in Rajasthan.Day#-UDAIPUR TO DelhiPost breakfast, the hotel representatives will guide the travelers to the airport to board a flight to Delhi.
# Atithi Devo BhavoThe Rajasthani culture has a cultural identity from the historic Indian period which is based on the beliefs that guests are the god. They give royal comfort to their guests..#LANGUAGESTourism is the most important source of income in Rajasthan. The travel guide is well versed with English and Hindi. However, some dialects originating from Rajasthan include Marwari, Malvi, Mevati, Jaipuri / Dhundari of which the most famous is Marwari.#DRESSINGLike the other parts of India, the Rajasthan also have a uniqueness in their attire. The Rajasthani females often prefer saress with odhni. They love bright , on the other hand, the male prefers dhoti, kurtas with the typical form of Pagris. Both male and female cover their heads which depicts respect in Rajasthani culture.#RELIGIONThe religious communities in Rajasthan are mostly Hindu. They follow Hinduism and basically with pure vegetarians eating habits. Some communities do belong to Muslims and Jains too.#ARCHITECTUREThe Rajasthani architecture is unique in their form as they are the mixture of Hindu architecture as well as historic India too.#FOLK MUSIC AND DANCEThe dance forms are having vividness in their forms. The well known Rajasthani dance form is Ghoomar. The Rajasthani culture having varieties of songs (Ragas) for different occasions.#FESTIVALSCultural life in Rajasthan is characterized by numerous religious festivals. Among the most popular of those celebrations is the Gangaur festival, which depicts the Wosrship of clay images of Parvati and Mahadevi. Pusher the camel fair is known through every corner of the world.RAJASTHANI CUISINEImage source-wearegurgaon.comRajasthan is most famous for dalbati. The Rajsthani often prefer the traditional ways of cooking. General usage of gram flour and ghee are seen. Sweet dishes preferred are ghewar and gheriya.If you want to enjoy the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan, Just go ahead with your royal weekend plans and enjoy the Camel safari, different varieties of mammals at Thar, enjoy the incredible feeling of Rajas at different palaces and forts Live and experience the royalty at Rajasthan.Also visit-Umaid Bhawan Palace An Ode To Beauty And Luxury At The Same Time!