Incredible Rajasthan

Trip Start Aug 18, 2004
Trip End Aug 30, 2004

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Sunday, August 22, 2004

Rajasthan, one of the still untouched area of India, very traditional with one of the 7th wonders of the world with Taj Mahal (foreigners you ll be able to get a guide in as many languages as you may like, since german, russian, spanish, italian, japanese, chinese basic languages are available.

Recommend to book your hotel prior to go there, Sheraton Agra is a nice location to the place.

Later we went to Jaipur (Winds Palace, tissue fabric) and ate in authentic jaipur restaurant (outside city), then 1 day in Jodhpur with amazing palaces on the way and blue indigo wall color city. Then it tooks 14 hours to reach Jaisalmer, close to Pakistan borders. This place could be used for cinema purposes since their havelis are un touched. Few hotels are available so you must book your rooms. From there, either you fly till Delhi or Udaipur, on Air India, or you take the longest trip back through Bikaner and Mandawa to Delhi
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Sam Vergese on

Rajasthan literally means the “Land of Kings”. And truly it stills shows its royal splendor in forts and palaces built by different kings consecutively. With forts and palaces there are also several other monuments in the state which are of great tourism importance. There are many museums in the state showing artifacts, weapons, garments, jewellery and goods of erstwhile rulers of the state. Ancient handicrafts also can be seen in many museums of the state. When you will travel in Rajasthan you will find the entire landscape of the state is dotted with many forts, palaces, castles, temples, havelis and monuments. Many of palaces of the state have now been converted in to heritage hotels. Many tourists embark on palace tour of Rajasthan and stay at heritage palace hotel and spend their vacation in luxury. This royal state is also sometimes described as the land of monuments.

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