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Top 5 Destination in Rajasthan you must visit in Monsoon

Top 5 Destination in Rajasthan you must visit in Monsoon

Monsoon is the season when all states of India get cooler and greener. Monsoon always brings some new experiences and most of them are great. Even if you are a traveler who loves to explore new destinations and Heritage Rajasthan Tour, here is the list of top 5 destinations in Rajasthan which you must visit this monsoon.


Udaipur, the city of lakes and palaces, became the undisputed favorite holiday destination when the rulers of the princely state of Udaipur decided to build a new city in a picturesque location on the banks of three lakes. Nothing captured the essence of romanticism so much as Udaipur during those halcyon days when it was called the Venice of the East. The captivating city of lakes and palaces is nothing like any other. Dive into the magic of this beautiful city with Travel Agency in Jaisalmer.


Pushkar is also referred to as the Brahma-Kshetra and the Kurukshetra of Rajasthan. It is here that River Ganges merges with Lake Pushkar- an important place for Hindu pilgrims to immerse Lord Brahma. The location of Pushkar can be defined as a shadow of heaven on Earth. This place has certainly this divine quality that attracts people from all over the world.


Ranakpur is home to a majestic Jain temple, called Ranakpur temple. This place possesses a rare combination of natural beauty and architectural marvel and is often called ‘a jewel amongst India's architectural splendor. Surrounded by massive granite boulders, temples carved directly from rock rise majestically above the town of Ranakpur itself.

Mount Abu

Mt. Abu is a hill station in Rajasthan, the westernmost state of India. It was established as a hill station by the British in the late 19th century and used as a summer capital by the British. It’s a beautiful place located near the Aravalli Range, this hill station has both natural and man-made attractions. The spectacular sceneries and fog-enshrouded lakes are a treat to the eyes.


Alwar lies near Sariska Tiger Reserve. Alwar is also known as Dhool ka Takia (The Loom of the Blind). The district is named after the fort, which was built during Tomar times and later ruled by different dynasties including Pratiharas, Chauhans, Kachwahas, and Lodis. You can also opt for Jaipur Day Tour from Alwar.

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