Beauty Of Rajasthan
7 Nights 8 Days Beauty of Rajasthan (Places Covered: Mt. Abu, Udaipur, Pushkar and Jaipur)
You can plan your Rajasthan holiday or admirers and experience the new cultural life in Rajasthan. Rajasthan was a state that is popular with foreigners. Mt. Abu, Udaipur, Pushkar and Jaipur – India’s Best Cultural & Heritage Beauty of Rajasthan Tour package , as well as their site-seeing.
DAY 01: Arrive at Abu Road – Mount Abu
On arrival, met and transferred to the hotel from Abu Road Railway Station. Stay overnight at the hotel.
DAY 02: Mount Abu
Early morning visit Adhar Devi Temple and Guru Shikhar, Dilwara Jain Temple, also visit The Nakki Lake and Sun Set Point. (Overnight At Hotel)
Guru Shikar can be found at 1772m above sea level. From this peak, one can see Mount Abu. On this peak, one can see Guru Dattatreya’s temple. He is believed to have been the incarnation for Lord Shiva, Lord Brahma, and Lord Lord Hindu. Chamundi Temple is also located at the mountain peak, as well as Shiva Temple and Mira Temple.
THE NAKKI LAKE
ADHAR DEVI TEMPLE
It is located in a natural rock cleft and provides spectacular views of Mount Abu. The name Adhar Devi is believed to be a reference to the goddess’ image that was once suspended in mid-air. It is worth visiting because of its many beautiful sculptures and idols. During the nine days of the celebrated festival, ‘Navratri, the temple is often visited by large numbers.
Sun Set Point
This picturesque spot is near Nakki Lake attracts many tourists because of its extraordinary view of the Aravali mountains, which are sunkissed in the setting sun. Nature lovers love to take in the sunset at Mount Abu. The Sunset Point in Mount Abu is a great spot for a picnic. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the changing colours of the sky.
DILWARA JAIN TEMPLE
The most sacred pilgrimage site of the Jains is the Dilwara Temple, or Delvada Temple. It is located just two and a quarter kilometers from Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan. It is located in the lush green Aravali hills of Rajasthan. The temple complex is surrounded by a high wall.
It is also a popular tourist attraction for all ages, except Jains. From the outside, Dilwara Temple appears austere. You will find intricate patterns and designs on the walls, roofs, arches, walls and pillars once you get inside.
DAY 03: Mount Abu to Udaipur (220 kms and 5 hrs.)
After breakfast drive to Udaipur. On arrival, check in hotel. Later visit City Palace Museum, Sahelion Ki Bari, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, Folk Art Museum, and Jagdish Temple. (Overnight At Hotel)
City Palace Museum
The City Palace Museum is the jewel of the Udaipur City Palace Complex. Here you can learn about the life and times of the Maharanas and get a sense of their culture. This sprawling museum actually contains a number of palaces, including the Mardana Mahal for royal men and Zenana Mahal for royal women.
Folk Art Museum
There are many museums all over the world, but Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum is one of the most popular. It is one of the City of Lakes’ most important cultural institutions and houses many cultural artifacts and objects that reflect the rich heritage of Mewari. It is part the Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal.
SAHELIYON KI BARI
Saheliyon Ki Bari, a magnificent garden located in Udaipur (India), is known as the Courtyard of Maidens. It is also known by the name “Garden or Courtyard of Maidens”. It was named after the maidens who accompanied Princess Maharana Sangram Singh after her marriage. The captivating Saheliyon Ki Bari can be found on the banks the Fateh Sagar Lake. The lush green lawns are complemented by canopied walking paths and stunning fountains.
Jagdish Temple is a famous Udaipur temple. This temple is located in Udaipur’s City Palace complex. It was built in the Indo-Aryan style. Maharana Jagat Sing, the ruler of Udaipur between 1628 and 53, built Jagdish temple in 1651. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Laxmi Narayana), who is the protector of the Universe. It is the largest temple in Udaipur. This temple’s gateway can be found at a distance 150 meters from the Bara Pol, the City Palace.
Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal
This cultural heritage museum was established in 1952 and features Rajasthani folk art, literature, and dance. The Mewar culture and art are very well-known around the world. Visitors come from all parts of the world to enjoy the culture and art displayed in The Lok Kala Mandal, Udaipur.This museum preserves the lost folk culture of Rajasthan. The museum displays Rajasthani culture’s rural costumes, ornaments and puppets. A puppet unit is available at the institute that trains teachers, children and other artists in puppetry. These ancient art forms are displayed in many halls. Every day, the place hosts a puppet show. Folk dancing is encouraged here as there are many cultural feats.
DAY 04: Udaipur Sightseeing.
Early morning visit The Eklingji and Nagda Temple. Evening enjoy boat ride At Lake Pichola. (Overnight At Hotel)
Eklingji Temple, which is located at 22km north of Udaipur, is one of Rajasthan’s most famous temples. Eklingji Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva of Hinduism, attracts many tourists every year. The unique pyramidal roof design and tower carvings make this temple look magnificent. The temple’s outer walls are adorned with steps that reach the calm waters.
Nagda is a beautiful place that has its own unique combination of synergies and parameters. This place is full of its own temptations and opens up the natural world to all. This is a small village with beautiful carved temples. A small section of the ancient Mewar-Nagda, which Nagaditya discovered in the 6th Century, is located 20km from Udaipur’s Lakecity.
boat ride at lake pichola
Pichola Lake, located in Udaipur city, is considered the most beautiful artificial lake and holds the title of largest water body in Udaipur. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride on the largest body of water in Udaipur. It is a wonderful way to experience peace and enjoy pleasant moments you will treasure for a lifetime. Pichola Lake is a prominent name when it comes to famous spots you must visit in Udaipur.
DAY 05: Udaipur to Pushkar via Chittorgarh. (7 hrs. and 300 kms)
Arrive at Chittorgarh. Visit Chittorgarh Fort – Ranakumbha, Meera Mandir, and Vijay Stambh. Arrive at Ajmer. Visit the Moinuiddin Chishti Darga. Stay overnight vat the hotel in Pushkar.
Rana Kumbha built this tower, also known as Victory Fort. It was built between 1442 AD and 1449 AD. Rana Kumbha built it in admiration of Mahmud Khilji’s victory. It is constructed from a combination of red sandstone, marble and a 10 foot tall tower. This fort has nine stories, with each story having its own balcony that faces outwards. You will be able to see the adjacent gallery or the central chamber from the alternate view as you go up the stairs. This tower is a must-see on any tour of Chittorgarh.
Moinuddin Chishti Dargah
The Dargah Moin-ud-din Chishti, the most sacred shrine to Muslims in Rajasthan and India, is known as Ajmer Sharif. It is also known as Ajmer Sharif and contains the mortal remains the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Choshiti. This shrine can be found in Ajmer, Rajasthan. It is open to all faiths and casts. The Dargah, a living example Mughal Architecture and their faith, is an impressive building.
Meera Mandir, one of the most visited temples in Chittorgarh, is visited daily by many tourists. This temple is becoming more popular as Rajasthan becomes more well-known in tourism. This temple isn’t your typical temple.
Chittorgarh was the birthplace of Meera Bai, a Rajput princess who is now well-known as a poetess. The princess gave up her luxurious lifestyle to devote her life to Lord Krishna. Her dedication to the Meera temple was made. It is a famous Hindu temple and a must-see on any Rajasthan tour. Tourists flock to the temple because of its magnificent work of art. This temple is a tribute to the Indo-Aryan style architecture, which was very popular in those days and is still part of our cultural heritage. Both the Meera Bai temple, and the Kumbha Shyam Temple were built on the same ground. The Meera Bai temple’s outer side has a carved statue depicting five human bodies and one head. This symbolises the unity of people from all castes and creeds.
The Chittorgarh Fort, located in Rajasthan, was built by the local Maurya rulers. Chittorgarh Fort is plainly called Chittor and can be seen rising majestically from a hill at 590 feet high. It is spread over 692 acres of land. This fine example of Rajput architecture is also visible. Many gateways were built by the Maurya clan’s later rulers to make the fort an impressive structure. Chittorgarh Fort, which was once the capital of Mewar, is now located in Chittorgarh. The Chittorgarh Fort is a resounding place filled with stories of sacrifice and heroism, and displays Rajput culture and values in their truest form. The Chittorgarh Fort, a magnificent edifice was designated UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013.
DAY 06: Pushkar to Jaipur + City Sightseeing (180 kms and 3 hrs.)
After breakfast, visit Ghats and Brahma Temple. Drive to Jaipur. On arrival, check in hotel. Later visit Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Birla Mandir and Jai Singh’s Observatory. (Overnight At Hotel)
Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, or the Brahma temple in Pushkar (Rajasthan), is the most well-known Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, who is believed to be the creator of all things. It is the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma and attracts thousands of pilgrims each year. Because of the Brahma Temple, Pushkar appears holy. It is also mentioned in the top ten most sacred religious sites in the world as well as the five sacred pilgrimages of Hindus in India.
Birla Mandir, originally known as Laxmi Narayan Temple, is found at Jaipur’s Moti Dungri Temple. It is a popular site for pilgrimage among Hindu devotees. The structure is made of sparkling white marble and looks amazing.
The temple is surrounded by lush green gardens that surround it on all sides. This gives the structure a dreamy feel.
Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has captured the essence of many a wanderlust over the years. An open-air astronomical observatory, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the rare and timeless places of attraction in Jaipur, and the world. With an illuminating history that predates modern civilization, this observatory was far ahead of its time and showcased the ancient ways of reading stars and skies.
It was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh I in the 18th century. Each one has its own purpose. It was built because of the Maharaja’s fascination with celestial bodies and the movement of different bodies in space. Jantar Mantar Jaipur is home to 19 large instruments. The most prominent and well-known one is the Samrat Yantra. It is the largest sundial in India.
Hawa Mahal, which is located in Badi Choupad (Pink City of Jaipur), was built in 1799. The outside walls have 953 windows. It is a beautiful summer palace with 953 windows on the outside walls. It was an extension of the City Palace located nearby. For more information on Hawa Mahal, please see below.
Sawai Pratap Singh (grandson of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh), ruler of Kachhwaha Rajput, ordered Lal Chand Usta, to build an extension to the Royal City Palace in 1799. At that time, the Purdah system was strictly adhered to. Rajput royal ladies should not appear in public or be seen by strangers.
DAY 07: Jaipur Sightseeing
After breakfast full day visit Amber Fort – The Old Capital of Rulers of Jaipur. Here one takes an elephant to ride to the palace situated on the hill. Evening free for activities. (Overnight At Hotel)
Nostalgic Amer Fort (Amber Fort) is one of India’s most popular and visited forts. It is located near Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is no surprise that it ranks high on the list of Jaipur’s top attractions.
As part of a group that included six hill forts in Rajasthan, the fort was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Its architecture is notable for its fusion of Rajput (Hindu), and Mughal(Islamic) styles.
Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur’s fort, has a unique architecture and is a sign of Rajput rulers. Literally translated as the “Victory Fort”, it was constructed to defend Amer Fort and its vast palace complex from enemies. Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur, was built in 1726 by Jai Singh II, the ruler. The fort was a symbol of royalty and exuberance, with its expansive layout overlooking Amer Fort. The king built it to be a defense structure and not a palace. Its highlight is the underground connection between Jaigarh Fort and Amer Fort.
Day 08: Depart Jaipur for Delhi/Mumbai
After breakfast you are transferred to airport or Railway Station for your Departure.
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