Rajasthan, The word itself gives an idea that it is one of the most popular sightseeing places in India. It is located in the north-west of India. Formerly called Rajputana; a group of small states. The moment you think of this place, you are struck with the pictures of desert, palaces, camels, snakes, elephants.
Rajasthan as remained as the early history for the most independent from the great empires associating hold on their sub-continent. It was occupied previously in 2500 BC and also in the northern Rajasthan you can find signs of the Indus valley civilization. The earliest Inhabitants of this place were the Bhil and the Mina tribes. Later it was taken over by Aryans in 1400 BC, as they visited that place and decided to settle down there forever. After Aryans, many Kings invaded Rajasthan. There happened a series of battles where Hindu alliance defeated the Arabs and removed the raiders from the Indus River and secured India in whole. The last battle took place at the boundaries of Sindh-Rajasthan.
Earlier, northern India was divided ion into several kingdoms. In those kingdoms, the most popular was the Pratihara dynasty and Pala Dynasty in the 8th century. There was an engraving in the Gwalior saying that Nagabhata “crushed the large army of the powerful mechcha king”, as he was the first ruler. There are some original Hindu sources like Inscription of Bauka pratihara in Jodhpur, Inscription of Bhoja pratihara in Gwalior etc. Many of the Past rulers of Rajasthan sustained to use the title of maharaja for social purposes, as this is used as a status symbol.
Jaipur – Pink City
Though the above places are tourist places in Rajasthan, you will be thrilled to see the best of them. Here are some of them.
Jaipur – The Pink City:
This is the first and the most visited place in Rajasthan and known for its headlock of clan rulers, whose series of palaces and forts in this city remains a center of attraction. The capital of Rajasthan is proudly known the Pink City with Broad Avenues and large gardens was founded by Sawai jaisingh II, Jaipur in1727 AD. It is called the pink city, as the walls of the fort are constructed of pink stones. This place is popular for its embroidered leather shoes, colourful wares and dye mufflers sold in Jaipur’s bazaar.
You can travel by air or by Rail or by bus to reach this place. The places you can go for sight-seeing are City palace, Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Dolls Museum, Zoo, Nawab Ki Haveli, Amber Pal& Fort, Gaitor, Jal Mahal, Sisodia Garden &palace.
This is the second largest city in Rajasthan; this place previously was the capital of the Princely state Marwar. The most import places you can visit are Mehrangarh fort and museum, Umaid Bhawan palace and museum, Jaswant Thada, Government Museum.
It is located at the southern tip of the Aravali ranges. The road leading to Mount Abu is Curved and dotted with big stones of different sizes and a heavy breeze. The places you can visit here are Museums and art Galleries, Gardens and parks, Temples like Gaumukh Temple, Dilwarajain Temple, AndharDevi Temple, Sunset point, Honeymoon point.
Udaipur – The City of Dawn :
The best thing about this place is, it is surrounded by the Azure Lake, which is edged by the opulence of the Aravali Mountains. The places you can visit here are Saheliyon ki Bari, City Palace, Jag Mandir, FatehSagar, Gulab Bagh.
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