The weather is Rajthan is very intense. The summers are very hot and humid where the mercury can read as high as 45 Degree Celsius. The winters experience temperature as low as 10 Degree Celsius. The best period visit Rajasthan during monsoon is between July to September and during winter is between October to March; most of the festivals are also held during this period
The major cities of India – Mumbai and Delhi have regular flights for Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur.
Express, Superfast or mail trains Rajasthan is well connected by rail network. The major Railway Stations are in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ajmer which are linked to major cities in India. The best way to enjoy the train journey in Rajasthan is by “Palace on Wheels” the luxury tourist train.
A network of National and State Highways roads covers the state of Rajasthan by road. Jaipur is 5 hours drive from the capital city Delhi.
Rajasthan literally can be substituted as the Land of Kings. Excavations in the region has proved that Rajasthan was part of the Indus Valley Civilization. According to modern history Rajasthan came under the rule of the mighty Rajputs who put their heart and soul for 500 years to protect the region from the onslaught of Muslim rulers in Delhi. Rajasthan has produced the bravest legendary rulers like Prithviraj Chauhan, Rana Sangha, Man Singh, Maharana Pratap.
Desert Festival – eve of Holi (ideally March)
Gangaur Festival – March / April
Marwar Festival – March / April
Shekhawati Festival – 10th & 11th February
Elephant Festival – eve of Holi (ideally March)
Pushkar Fair– October / November
Kite Festival – 14th January
Built in eighteenth century by Maharaja Jai Singh - Jaipur is the first planned city of India often also referred as the Pink City. Jaipur is blessed with several Forts – Amber Fort, Jigarh Fort, Nahagarh Fort; Palaces – City Palace, Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Jai Mahal; Temples – Govind Devji Temple, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Akshardham Temple; Monuments – Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, and various gardens and museums. A visit to Jaipur will give you incredible options to shop, eat and explore.
Udaipur is a destination famous for its gardens, sparkling lakes, forts, temples, palaces. It is also called as the most romantic city in India thanks to its famed backdrop of palaces and lakes.
Think of Jaisalmer and the Great Thar Desert comes in your mind. The biggest attraction of Jaisalmer is Jaisalmer Fort and havelis of the rich merchants. The most prominent feature of Jaisalmer are its architectural splendors and rich heritage. It is a beautiful historic city in the heart of sanddunes.
Jodhpur known by different names Gateway of Thar, Blue City, Marwar, Sun City is the second biggest city in Rajasthan. Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459. The most famous creation of Rao Jodha is Mehrangarh Fort which displays Asia’s second largest canon. The current Maharaja of Jodhpur stays in Umaid Bhawan Palace which was the last great palace built, completed in 1944. The palace has a museum for tourist. There are many other forts, palaces and temples to keep the tourist enchanted.
Pushkar is a land of many tourist attractions in Rajasthan. The biggest attraction is the Pushkar Lake which is said to be formed by Lord Shiva’s tear which he had shed after the death of Sati it is one of the five sacred dhams for Hindus. Pushkar is one of the few places in India to have Brahma temple. Another biggest attraction of Pushkar is the Asia’s Largest - Annual Camel Fair which falls during October November.