Known for its rich cultural diversity and heritage, Rajasthan is the state that provides tourists with utmost grandeur with important pieces of historical information at the same time. Reflecting the glorious Rajput rule, this state is famous for its beautiful heritage monuments which come under the list of world heritage sites. Here is a list of some of the most popular tourist spots of Rajasthan which you should never miss out if you are in Rajasthan.
Located in Amber, a couple of kilometers from Jaipur, built by Sawai Jai Singh, this Fort leaves the guests hypnotized with the enriching craftsmanship and design. Within guests get an opportunity to see Diwan-I-Aam and Diwan-I-Khaas alongside Sheesh Mahal, Jai Mandir and different sanctuaries, Kesar Kyari garden, and so forth.
Best time to visit – November to February.
Timings- 10 AM – 4:30 PM.
The castle was developed during the rule of Rao Raja Ratan Singh (r 1607–31) and added to by his successors. Some portion of it stayed involved by the Bundi royals until 1948.
On the off chance that you are going up to Taragarh just as the royal residence, get tickets for both at the royal residence entrance. Stairs lead up to the Phool Mahal (1607), the paintings of which incorporate a gigantic illustrious parade, and afterward the Badal Mahal (Cloud Palace; likewise 1607), with Bundi’s absolute best wall paintings, including a brilliant Chinese-roused roof, separated into petal shapes and improved with peacocks and Krishnas.
Once inside the castle’s Hathi Pol (Elephant Gate), climb the stairs to the Ratan Daulat or Diwan-I-Am (Hall of Public Audience), with a white marble crowning ordinance position of royalty. You at that point go into the Chhatra Mahal, included by Rao Raja Chhatra Shabji in 1644, with some fine yet rather endured wall paintings.
The fort was built by Rao Jodha, the chief of the Rathore clan in the year 1459. With its thick walls with elaborate architecture is sure to take you to awe. There are seven doors, which incorporate Jayapol (signifying ‘triumph entryway’), worked by Maharaja Man Singh to celebrate his triumphs over Jaipur and Bikaner armed forces. There is additionally a Fattehpol (likewise signifying ‘triumph door’), which recognizes Maharaja Ajit Singhji triumph over Mughals.
The historical center in the Mehrangarh post is one of the most well-loaded exhibition halls in Rajasthan. In one segment of the fortification exhibition hall, there is a choice of old illustrious palanquins, including the expound domed overlaid Mahadol palanquin which was won in a fight from the Governor of Gujarat in 1730. The gallery displays the legacy of the Rathores in arms, outfits, works of art and adorned period.
Chittorgarh Fort is viewed as the image of Rajput gallantry, obstruction, and valiance. The fortress is arranged 175 kilometers toward the east of Udaipur and is accepted to be named after the individual who manufactured it, Chitrangada Mori. The renowned Chittorgarh fortress, which is one of the biggest in India, is arranged on a 180 meter high slope that ascents from the banks of waterway Berach. The post is known for its seven entryways in particular Padan Gate, Ganesh Gate, Hanuman Gate, Bhairon Gate, Jodla Gate, Lakshman Gate and the principle door which is named after Lord Ram.
The Chittorgarh stronghold houses numerous royal residences, similar to the Rana Kumbha Palace, the Fateh Prakash Palace, the Tower of Victory and Rani Padmini’s Palace. Every one of these structures are huge for their Rajput compositional highlights. There are likewise numerous sanctuaries inside the fortress. A colossal complex of Jain sanctuaries is a noteworthy fascination. Chittorgarh stronghold, alongside other slope posts of Rajasthan, was proclaimed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013.
In addition, it has seven gates – Padan Pol, Bhairon Pol, Hanuman Pol, Jorla Pol, Ganesh Pol, Laxman Pol, and Ram Pol.
The Jaigarh fortress was never vanquished in fight, and was likewise the most grounded of the three posts in Jaipur. During the Mughal administration, the post took the stand concerning a trap by Aurangzeb who vanquished and murdered his very own sibling who was the manager of the gun station in the stronghold. Aside from that, the fortress never saw any real obstruction, and just test-terminated the world’s biggest gun, once!
The fortress is worked with thick dividers of red sandstone and is spread over a huge scope of 3 kilometers long, with a width of one kilometer. The stronghold houses the world’s most noteworthy gun on wheels known as the ‘Jaivana Cannon’ and a tremendous royal residence complex. This incorporates the Laxmi Vilas, Lalit Mandir, Aram Mandir, and the Vilas Mandir. The fortification has a well-tended nursery which can be seen by sightseers even today alongside an ordnance and a historical center.
Dilwara Jain temples
These temples were worked between eleventh to thirteenth century AD, The wonderful lavish green slopes encompassing the sanctuary gives a lovely inclination. The decorative subtleties of marble stone carvings are exceptional and unparalleled, The minutely cut roofs and the columns are simply astounding. This was done when no vehicle or streets were accessible at a tallness of 1200+ Mtrs in Mount Abu, Huge squares of marble stones were shipped on elephant backs from the Arasoori Hills at Ambaji to this remote bumpy locale of Mount Abu. Dilwara sanctuaries is additionally a mainstream Jain journey fascination.
So, pack your bags to visit historical places of Rajasthan and Rajputana culture on your splendid India tour.