Places to Visit in Jaisalmer

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Places to Visit in Jaisalmer

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The city of Jaisalmer was the foundation of Bhatti Rajput in the year 1156. This beautiful city is regarded as the ‘Golden city’ which is located at Rajasthan. Basically the city replicates the lifestyle that the Rajputs lived during their times. Throughout the city you will depictions of Jain and Hindu deities and magnificent havelis and mansions that are worth seeing.

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Places to Visit in Dungarpur

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Dungarpuris a very rustic township of Rajasthan which was ruled by a potent king named Bhil Chieftain Dungaria. This great king wished to marry the beautiful Sala Shah, daughter of Mahajan. And in the marriage where the great Rawal Veer Singh panned to assassinate Bhil Dungaria, possessed the city of Dungarpur in the mid 13th century.

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Places to Visit in Bundi

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A striking town rich in history, around thirty six kilometers far from Kota is Bundi. The town from the three sides is surrounded by Aravalli Hills and also bounded by gigantic wall that has four gateways. This place is well known for forts, havelis, palaces and many more. This town is also well known for elaborated carvings as well as murals.

Overview of Destination

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This is town wherein history resides and this can be proved by various historical palaces and fort situated here:

Bundi Durg, One of the worth visiting attraction is Bundi durg or taragarh which is also known as star fort which was built by Roa Raja Bar Singh in 1411. This is a very unique as well as beautiful construction which is incomparable. Wall paintings of Bundi are very popular throughout the globe and visiting Chitrashala will give you a clear image of it. The walls of this pavilion are designed with the paintings of the scenes portraying Ragmala and Raslila. These painting are very colorful and grab the attention of the visitor here. 

Bundi is also reach in havelis some of them that are worth visiting are Chatarmal, Ratan Daulat and Badal Mahal, Rani Ji Ki Baori and Sukh Mahal. The best part of the Chatarmal, Ratan Daulat and BAdal Mahal are the murals with miniature paintings. The main visiting point of Baori are the wonderful carved panels of Dasha Avtar. There is also a beautifully designed step well which attracts a lot of attention. Sukh Mahal was palace constructed by Rao Raja Vishnu as it carries history in it. The highlighting part of this Mahal is the underground tunnel that runs from Sukh Mahal to Taragarh Fort.

A stunning lake that is Jait Sagar Lake constructed by Jaita Meena is one of the picnic spots. One more wonderful picnic spot is Shikar Burj. Other than these other attractions that are worth visiting are Terrace garden and Smriti Kunj. In case you are visiting Bundi around September or November, then you will also be able to enjoy Bundi fairs that is Tejaji Faiar(Dungari) and Keshav Rai Patan Fair.


How To Reach Bundi

The nearest airport is Jodhpur which is 253kms away so the easiest way to get there is by booking a cab. You can also get there by rail, as well as by road there are connections to several destinations including Jaipur, Jodhpur and Delhi Junagarh which was built in 1593 A.D. by Raja Rai Singh, a general in the army of Emperor Akbar, the fort is a structure which is encircled by a moat and has some beautiful palaces within. These palaces, made in red sandstone and marble, make a picturesque ensemble of courtyards, balconies, kiosks and windows dotted all over the structure..

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Places to Visit in Bharatpur

History of Bharatpur

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Bharatpur, a small district in Rajasthan, which is spread over an area of about 22 sq. km., was established by a great king Maharaja Suraj Mal. This place was established in 17th century and was once an unconquered region. This city is an integral part of the ancient Rajasthan. Bharatpur was named after the brother of Lord Ram, Bharat and Laxman another sibling of Lord Ram is worshiped by the local people as the family god. Under the rule of Maharaja Suraj Mal, Bharat pur had a very powerful force which played an important role in the history of India during the 19th century. The ever going domination of the Jats in Bharatpur regions is an interesting fact which lures the tourists to visit this place. This city is one of the ancient and the most visited place in Rajasthan.

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Bharatpur Travel Destination

The historical city of Bharatpur has lots of tourist destinations which you can have a look at. There are many places which are must visited ones:
One of the most visited places of Bharatpur is the Lohargarh Fort. This gigantic fort is made up of iron and was constructed in 18th century. This fort is so strong that it is still standing erect even after the dangerous attacks that the British armed force had made.Kishori Mahal, Kothi Khas and Mahal Khas are the areas in which this fort is divided. Another place which is also visited by lots of tourist and it is the Government Museum. This museum has an array of exclusive artifacts and carved portraits which are wonderful piece of work. When you look at these artifacts you will come to know the royalty and the heritage that this region have. 

The next destination that you can have a visit to is the Jawahar Burj and the famous Fateh Burj. These are included in the strongest ramparts of the fort. These are made by the Great Maharaj Suraj Mal for the purposes of celebrating his historical victories over the dynasties of the Mughals and British.

Keoladeo National Park is another must visit place in the region of Bharatpur.There is a famous bird sanctuary here where you will the preserves of the hunt outs that the princes of Bharatpur have done. This place is one among the most beautiful sanctuaries of the world. You will find water birds of over 400 different kinds of species. The Palace is the last but not the least destination which is the replica of the royalty that the rulers of this region had. 
There are many different festivals which are celebrated in this region. The Brij Festival, Gangaur Festival, Teej Festival are some of the festival which are celebrated in this region.


How To Reach Bharatpur

In case you are planning to visit this historical city then there are many options you can take. You can reach Bharatpur via air, train and bus. Thus you do not have to worry a lot about reaching here:

In case you want to travel by air to this place then the nearest airport is the Agra Airport. It is just 56 kms away from Bharatpur. You have daily flights from the big cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow and Varanasi also.

If you want to reach this city by railway then you have regular trains passing through this place from track routes like Mumbai to Delhi, Agra and many more.

And if you are planning to hire buses then there are lots of buses passing to and fro from this city.  But incase you are a person who likes enjoying its privacy then you also have an option of hiring private vehicles.

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