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Rajasthan
Introduction | Safaries | Forst & Palaces | Folk Music & Dance | Fairs & Festivals
Cities : - Jaisalmer | Jodhpur | Jaipur | Udaipur | Mount Abu | Ranthambore | Bikaner

Mount Abu

The only hill station in the otherwise barren land of Rajasthan offers a welcome respite from the harsh climate of Rajasthan. Mount Abu has a magic of its own that leaves everyone visiting the city speechless. The cool and pleasant environment of the place creates a perfect ambience for peace and tranquility.

Built around a lake and surrounded by forested hills, Mount Abu is also famous for Dilwara Temples. The scenic landscapes include huge blocks of rocks in weird shapes, a variety of coniferous trees, flowering shrubs and lovely lakes.

Places must see...

Dilwara Temple
it consists of five elegantly carved Jain Temple made of white marble. These temples date back to the time immemorial and are dedicated to Jain Teerthankaras.

Nakki Talav
This sparkling blue artificial lake is the nerve center of Mount Abu. It is said to have gauged from the earth by the gods, using their fingernails.

View Points
Mount Abu has countless points that offer magnificent views across the plains. The best among them include Honeymoon Point and Sunset Point.

When the city comes alive…
Every year as the spring sets in the entire Mount Abu transforms into a paradise. It is the time when the beauty of this place reaches its maximum. Every nook and corner of this magnificent hill station reverberates with various festivities that are sure to leave you spellbound.


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Ranthambore

Who says Tigers have vanished from India? Come to Ranthambhore and spot them in their natural habitat. Located just a few kms from Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, it is one of the few places where this rare animal can still be found roaming in the wild terrain. It is surrounded by the Vindhya and Aravali hill ranges and is close to the outer fringes of the Thar Desert.

Animals that you would spot here

The ferocious Tigers
The Park has been attracting the connoisseurs of wild life since time immemorial. It has an unmatched population of tigers that gives it a distinct appeal and adds to its attraction. They have been frequently seen at the edges of three lakes-Padam Talab, Raj Bagh Talab and Milak Talab.

Other wild species
In addition to this, a variety of other mammalian species that have made Ranthambore their home include antelopes, nilgai, sambhar, chital, sloth bear, wild boar, chinkara, porcupines, jackals, leopards, jungle cats, fox, caracals, hyena, gazelle, Indian hare, mongoose and jackals.

The feathered Species
The Park echoes with the chirping of more than 264 species of birds that include painted storks, white-necked storks, black storks, peafowl, crested serpent eagles, Bonelli's eagle, Indian horned owl, quail, partridge, spur fowl and paradise flycatcher.

How to reach
Jaipur is the nearest railhead. One can hire private coaches to reach to the sanctuary.


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Bikaner

Founded in 1486 AD by the Rathore prince, Rao Bikaji, hence the name Bikaner, the city is another worth-watching destination in the royal land of Rajasthan. Surrounded by a seven-kilometres wall with five entrances that was built primarily to protect the city from vagaries of the desert and any external aggression, the city has many magnificent buildings.

Bikaner is known for good breed of riding camels, which are among the best in the world. The Camel Festival held every year is famous all over the globe. Here you can see many buildings made of Reddish Pink sandstone that transcends the surrounding barren wilderness. Unlike other cities of Rajasthan, Bikaner has been able to retain its conventional aura of the medieval era.

Places must visit…

Junagarh Fort
One of the most grand forts of northern India-- Junagarh Fort was built in 15th century by Emperor Akbar's general Raja Rai Singh. It remained unconquered till date.

Lalgarh Palace
Designed by a Briton for Maharaja Ganga Singh of Biakner, this palace exhibits a magnificent amalgamation of Oriental and European style.

The Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum
This has a large collection of pre-Harappan, Gupta and Kushan pottery. The affluent variety of pottery, carpets, paintings, armory and coins make this museum one of the best in Rajasthan. The Bikaneri miniatures, which are displayed in a separate segment for local arts, make visit to the museum a must.

The city comes alive with...

Camel Festival
One can see the 'Ship of the Desert' at its sporting best in this festival. The festival is held in January every year.

Karni Mata fair
Is held twice in a year--April/ May and October/ November-- the fair is celebrated on the ninth day of the Navratri.


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Rajasthan
Introduction | Safaries | Forst & Palaces | Folk Music & Dance | Fairs & Festivals
Cities : - Jaisalmer | Jodhpur | Jaipur | Udaipur | Mount Abu | Ranthambore | Bikaner






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