Rajasthan, the name is beyond doubt saying it is somewhere related to the kings and if there are kings, how can the things not be Royal? If you are in Rajasthan, you are in a majestic environment. Even though, Rajasthan has diverse tourism for its guests like the sand dunes, camel safari, culture, history, colorful heritage, vibrant fairs and festivals, tradition, exotic wildlife sanctuaries etc but the main key to its attraction is its grand and historic monuments drenched into imperial opulence. Rajasthan is the biggest state of India and it savage thousands of tourists throughout the world every year.
Rajasthan is truly known as the “Land of Monuments” as the state has a variety of palaces, forts, havelis and monuments. All monuments have their own history or past which brief about the courageous and glorious past and rich culture of the state. Different monuments which are the witness of true tourism are Amber Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Junagarh Fort, Mandawa Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort etc which are so sure of attracting tourists on the basis of their art and architecture that they never boast of their splendour. Not only the forts but there are beautiful palaces and havelis which are the centre of attraction among visitors because of their elegant designs and magnificent buildings like Lake Palace, Jagmandir Palace, City Palace, Rambagh Palace etc. These palaces are so graceful and pleasing to the eye that their beauty spell bound the tourists. Your trip to these monuments of Rajasthan would never let you fail in the exhilaration.
Rajasthan has never failed to lure its visitors, be it the culture or the monuments. Each and every thing in Rajasthan is so much diverse on its own that people will never feel monotonous here. Every monument, every fort, every palace and every haveli is different from the other. So many monuments and each of that having its own different architect, isn’t it more enough to leave you awestruck. You cannot even imagine until and unless you experience the gigantic monuments by seeing with your own eyes. It’s difficult to just imagine their beauty and surely when you visit Rajasthan, you will find it worth visiting. Mostly tourists visit Rajasthan to discover its stunning monuments which are speckled in different area of the state. Here the tourists who get fascinated by the art get an opportunity to experience the fantastic architectural diversity of enormous monuments. Apart from that, the state is also known for its uniqueness in shrine and pilgrimage. Here one can also visit very famous and very ancient LordBramhaTemple and Ajmer Sharif Dargah etc. All these monuments are worldwide known for their superb fresco, mural and minuscule wall paintings.
A lot of monuments of the state is now been converted into luxurious heritage hotels which offers a world class seven star international accommodation facilities with royal and contemporary services and immense hospitality which always adds on to the tourism and incredibility of India.
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