Rajasthan Holiday Tour Packages

By trippy01 at 2019-10-03 • 0 collector • 136 pageviews

Famous Historical Places In Rajasthan: Rajasthan popularly refers to be the land of kings because many kings ruled this desert state in ancient times and that is why the destination has several historic marvels of varying styles. These become iconic attractions, which everyone should visit, in order to enjoy the authentic richness of Rajasthan. Given below is the list of top 12 historic places in Rajasthan that you should never miss out in your lifetime.

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7. Ranthambore FortRanthambore Fort, Historical Places In Rajasthan

Situated in Sawai Madhopur on top of Thanbhore hills, Ranthambore fort encapsulates several palaces, temples, barracks, and many other attractions. You can find the history of the fort written on the fort wall. Since the fort situated inside the national park, people can enjoy a wildlife safari.

These historic palaces maintain its prime beauty all through the year. However, tourist usually prefers October to February as the perfect time due to the pleasant and cool climate.

6. Umaid Bhawan Palace

Located in Jodhpur, Umaid Bhavan Palace is one among a very few forts where tourists can rent room facilities. Placed on Chittar Hill without natural vegetation or water supply, the fort now becomes a luxury heritage hotel maintained by Taj. There are totally 347 rooms available together with a number of courtyards and banquet halls.

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5. Jaisalmer Fort

Known as a golden fort, Jaisalmer Fort is the largest fort in the world. As the main attraction in, the fort conceals several palaces, temples, Havelis, and residences. Due to sandstone walls, the fort glows yellow in the sunlight. By sunset, the fort receives the color of honey gold that blends with the sand of Thar Desert.

4. Junagarh Fort

Junagarh Fort, Top 12 Historical Places In Rajasthan

Located in Bikaner, Junagarh fort is one among the very few forts, which are not on a hilltop. People can able to spot several marks of cannonballs inside the fort. Furthermore, the fort has a number of palaces, balconies, museum, kiosks, temples, and courtyards. Karan Mahal is popular for its fluted wood columns and stained glass windows. Chandra Mahal is yet another luxurious palace covered with Italian tiles, golden leaves, and lattice windows.

3. Nahargarh Fo

Situated in Aravalli Hills, Jaipur, Nahargarh fort serves to be a royal retreat since the 18th century. Surrounded by mountain and forest background, the fort becomes the abode of tigers. During the mutiny, the fort gave protection to Europeans. Very close to several other tourist attractions like Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, and Hawa Mahal, the fort encloses many temples, palaces, and open-air enclosures.

2. City Palace

Situated in Jaipur, City Palace has an excellent architectural style mixing both Indian and European. Built-in the 8th century, the palace has an entrance as the first main element. There are 3 entrances in total and each one has its own beauty. Mubarak Mahal serves as the reception of this palace by costuming museum and several other exhibits. Chandra Mahal is quite popular for peacock gate. Other significant attractions to visit in City Palace include Pitam Niwas Chowk, Lotus Gate, Green Gate, Rose Gate, Maharani Palace, and much more.

1. Archaeological Museum

Amer archaeological museum has a fabulous collection of excavated material recovered from sites like Sambhar, Bairat, Nagar, and Raith. The museum also houses sculptures and epigraphs gathered from various sites in the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The museum has three different sections with each one reflecting a huge part of the history of the state.


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