Rajasthan

Rajasthan

A ‘land beyond time’ has preserved its varied cultural heritage in the form of magnificent forts, sprawling palaces, majestic tombs, vibrant art and dance forms and a rich cuisine.

Pushkar, a 2000 year old town has its fair share of tales to tell. You just need to look around the corners for one. un[travel] makes its way through the alleys of Pushkar to experience its bounty of culture and colours.

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Rajasthan Itinerary

Zillions of superlatives put together won’t exactly define the beauty called Rajasthan. Located in northwestern part of India, Rajasthan is a geographically diverse region that can fascinate you every moment. See colour runs riot in the land of the Kings, battle-scarred forts, places of grandeur steeped in spirituality and history. A journey to this remarkable...

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Jodhpur Fort

Elusive beautiful indigo blue ink-spill patterned buildings make picture-perfect Jodhpur everything it’s made out to be, and a little more. Surrounded by legends that are closer to truth, the fabled city of Jodhpur, bathed in blue, is viewed at its spectacular best from the looming Mehrangarh Fort. Zip line across this medieval fort palace for...

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Jaisalmer City Fort View

An epitome of everything Rajasthani, from every postcard you’ve probably ever seen, the spectacular sandstone royal desert town of Jaisalmer is charming and mysterious all at the same time. Self-explanatory as a ‘golden city’, Jaisalmer’s fort is perched on a yellow sandstone ridge, keeping a watchful eye over the ever-spreading town beyond its walls. Step...

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Jaipur Fort Sunset

India’s official ‘pink city’, there’s much more to Rajasthan’s capital than its pink-red tinged buildings and historic splendour. This majestic home to erstwhile royals is complete with old-world charm surrounded by colourful markets and chaotic streets. A part of the ‘Golden Triangle’, Jaipur is a must-visit destination along with Agra and New Delhi. About 6...

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Bikaner Desert Camel Safari

Although Bikaner hasn’t received the kind of attention it deserves, it is fast emerging as one of Rajasthan’s favoured locales for royalty and the Thar Desert. Jangladesh’s barren wilderness was first turned habitable in 1488 on the city of Bikaner’s establishment. Numerous forts and palaces make Bikaner the wonderful historical city it is today. While...

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