Rajasthan is the most colorful state in India.
Rajasthan Tour By Tempo Traveller
You will then travel to Mathura for a delicious lunch before heading to Vrindavan, where you will explore temples, have free time for shopping, or just relax with some tea.
Situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, Mathura is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus. The town was previously known as Kamsa, which was renamed after Krishna killed the demon king. According to legend, Krishna grew up in Mathura and is believed to have killed many demons and other evil spirits in the area.
The town hosts a number of temples, most notably Govardhan Hill where Krishna is said to have lifted up a mountain to protect his people from heavy rains and floods.
The Taj Mahal is one of the most famous buildings in the world, and rightly so. Built as a mausoleum by Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died while giving birth to their 14th child, the Taj is a monument to love.
Take your time exploring this beautiful building with its stunning marble walls and intricate carvings, then wander over to Agra Fort for an even more spectacular view of the city.
Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and is popularly called the Pink City. Jaipur is India's largest producer of marble, hence its buildings are usually constructed with a pinkish hue. One major highlight in Jaipur is the Amber Fort, which has been converted into a heritage hotel.
The tour starts with a visit to the incredible Amber Fort. This fort was built during the 16th century and is one of the most popular attractions in Jaipur. The fort is also home to a number of temples and palaces, many of which are decorated with elaborate frescoes. Next on the itinerary is Nahargarh Fort, which was built by Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727 AD as a residence for his daughter and her husband.
The drive to Pushkar from Jaipur is scenic but somewhat monotonous, so it's best to book an overnight stay here. Pushkar is a small town well known for its temples, and the Brahma Temple in particular is worth visiting.
After breakfast we headed to Pushkar, a small town on the banks of the sacred Pushkar Lake. This is one of the most important Hindu religious sites in India and an important trading centre as well. Drive back to Jodhpur with stop at Ranakpur Temple on way back from Pushkar.
For the day tour, we will be in Jodhpur from 9:00am to 6:00pm. We will visit Mehrangarh Fort and have a guided tour by an expert guide, who will take us through the history and culture of this amazing fort. From there, we will move on to Jaswant Thada where we can enjoy a panoramic view of Jodhpur.
The drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur is a scenic one, so be sure to keep your camera handy. When arriving in the city you'll be greeted with the sight of rolling green hills and the beautiful blue waters of Lake Pichola.
After a day spent exploring the city, our last full day in Udaipur was to be spent taking in all the sights and sounds that this charming city has to offer. We had an early start, with breakfast at 8:30am and we were picked up by our tour guide Kunal at 10am. Kunal's knowledge of Udaipur is deep.
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