Junagarh Fort, Bikaner
Junagarh Forts is an impressive fortified old fort renowned for its monumental splendor and historical beauty in the Bikaner town of Rajasthan. In the early 20th century, the fort was called “Junagarh” or “Old Fort” after the family of rulers moved out of the fort into the Lalgarh Palace.
While in the past this fort has often been targeted, the enemies never captured it. It is one of the most striking monuments of Incredible Rajasthan and has massive towers and defense ramparts.
Chittorgarh Fort, Chittorgarh
The fort of Chittorgarh is a characteristic of the Rajput’s high spirit, romance, and pride. It is reminiscent of the tradition of sacrifice and heroism, as can still be seen in the fearful Chittorgarh fort. This old fort is regarded as one of the most magnificent forts in Rajasthan and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rajasthan.
The fort was originally built in the 7th century by the Mauryans and is situated on the edge of a mound approximately 180 meters, covering more than 700 acres of the vast area. Later, however, the successive Mewar rulers added more structures.
Govind Devji Temple, Jaipur
The Govind Dev Yi temple is situated in Pink City in India-Jaipur and is dedicated to Govind Dev Ji (Lord Krishna), where the Lord’s idol in the temples was brought by the founder of Jaipur – Raja Sawai Jai Singh II, from Vrindavan. Originally, however, he was a member of Srila Rupa Goswami, a Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu supporter, who 450 years ago created the original Govind Devji Deity.
This beautiful temple tells the legendary story that Lord Krishna’s image put in the disposition looks like Krishna’s form when he is manifested on the earth.
Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), Jaipur
The Sheesh Mahal or the Hall of Mirrors is located in Amber Fort in Jaipur. Any list of tourist places to visit in Rajasthan can’t skip. The beauty of this fort blown up by the Martha lake is designed by Raja Man Singh in 1592 with red sandstone and white marble.
Because of its unusual architecture, Sheesh Mahal is one of the world-famous fortresses. The decks and walls of the lobby are beautifully filled with reflection splashes of rays and intentionally light up space.
Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur
The Ranthambore National Park is one of India’s most prominent wildlife sanctuaries between the Arava Mountains and Vindhya Plateau. The renowned park, spread over an area of 1,334 km2, is known for its tigers from the royal Bengal.
The Royal Bengal Tigers are easy to spot near the lakes and fens even during the day. The park was the Maharajas of Jaipur’s hunting site until 1970. The National Park and Tiger Reserve were later proclaimed in 1980. The remains of the fort in the park are renowned as a heritage site.
Lake Pichola, Udaipur
Pichola Lake is the most popular tourist site in the town of Rajasthan, situated in the heart of Udaipur. In 1362, during the rule of Maharana Lakha, it was founded by Pichhu Banjara. This lake was later enlarged by Maharana Udai Singh.
The lake has many lakes that go with the calm water of the lake. The two islands Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are situated in the lake and give visitors a fascinating view of the lake.
Bagore Ki Haveli, Udaipur
In Udaipur, on the shore of Pichola Lake on the Gangori Ghath is Bagore-ki-Haveli. Founded in the eighteenth century by Amir Chand Bawa, Mewar Premier, this old building is composed of over 100 rooms that showcase the fusion of traditional and contemporary art objects. The walls have a wonderful mirror and glasswork. The walls are painted.
After Badwa’s death, the hassle has been taken by and, hence, called Bagore-ki-Haveli by the Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore. In 1986, it was turned over to the WZCC which intended to turn the deteriorated haveli into a museum.
Pushkar Yoga Garden, Pushkar
Ajmer is a center of yoga in Pushkar focused on the tradition of an old Ashram. It’s a lovely and quiet location for a safe and happy life to practice and learn yoga. The center offers special Yoga classes and meditation courses taught by Yogesh Yogi, a certified professional yoga guru. During their holidays in Rajasthan, it is a must-see garden for yoga enthusiasts.
Jantar Mantar, Jaipur
Jantar Mantar is one of the largest astronomical observatories built in the early 18th century during the reign of Maharaja Jai Singh II. It consists of a group of around 20 fixed machines.
The unusual architectural framework designed to look at astronomy from the naked eye is India’s best-preserved historic observatories. The Rajasthan Tourist attraction is one of the most impressive instrumental inventions that catch the attention of its visitors.