29 Tourist Places To Visit In Rajasthan That You Simply Can’t Miss


India is famous across the world as the land of Maharajahs, palaces, tigers, and elephants and much of that reputation comes from the sights of Rajasthan. Literally meaning ‘Land of the Rajas’, Rajasthan is a walk through the pages of the history of royalty and the proud bearer of battle scars sustained through time. Along with its magnificent forts and palaces, the state is also known for its colorful and stunning traditional handicrafts and fine arts that are crafted in the villages even till date. It is all these and more that make Rajasthan such a delight to visit and make it one of the most popular tourist attractions in India. Here are 10 such places that bring out the colors and culture of Rajasthan to the fore.

Top 10 Places To Visit In Rajasthan

  1. Jaipur
  2. Jodhpur
  3. Jaisalmer
  4. Udaipur
  5. Bikaner
  6. Ajmer
  7. Pushkar
  8. Ranthambore National Park
  9. Alwar
  10. Chittorgarh
  11. Deogarh
  12. Bharatpur–Keoladeo National Park
  13. Dera Amer
  14. Dundlod Fort
  15. Mandawa
  16. Sariska
  17. Neemrana
  18. City Palace
  19. Albert Hall museum
  20. Hawa Mahal
  21. Jal Mahal
  22. Kumbhalgarh Fort
  23. Sajjan Garh Palace
  24. Jantar Mantar Observatory
  25. Fateh Prakash Palace
  26. Haldi Ghati
  27. Bhangarh Fort
  28. Mehrangarh Fort
  29. Bishnoi Village

1. Jaipur

Jaipur can be considered the gateway to Rajasthan and is a commercial city today, but with signs of its royal past and glory at each and every turn. With the three forts of Amber, Nahargarh, and Jaigarh overlooking the city, the ‘Pink City’ of India is the capital of Rajasthan. It is called the Pink City because all the buildings in the city are painted in pink. Apart from the three forts mentioned above, Jaipur is famous for the Jal Mahal (a palace in the middle of a lake), Hawa Mahal, jewellery, fabrics shoes, and traditional clothes with embedded mirror work. Such is the importance of Jaipur that it forms the Golden Triangle of Indian tourism along with Delhi and Agra forming the other ends of the triangle. No wonder, it is one of the most famous tourist places in India and attracts crowds from across the world. The best time to visit Jaipur is between October and March. Jaipur is easily accessible by both road and air.

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2. Jodhpur


At a distance of 335 kilometres from Jaipur, Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan and also one of the best tourist attractions of Rajasthan. Set in the backdrop of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur boasts of many historical remnants. Known as the ‘sun city’, Jodhpur was founded in 1459 A.D. From then till the days of the British, Jodhpur saw the rule of many kings and dynasties. Today, Jodhpur is divided into the old city and the new city. The top attractions in Jodhpur include Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, and Ghanta Ghar. Mehrangarh Fort is one of the must-see tourist places here. The second largest cannon in Asia is displayed here. Some of the other tourist attractions here are Mandore, Kaylana Lake and Garden, Balsamand Lake, Sardar Samand Lake and Palace, Siddhnath Shiva Temple, and Naini Bai ka Temple. Winter is the best time to visit Jodhpur. You can camp in the desert, do sightseeing, and also take part in famous festivals here such as the Desert Kite Festival and Marwar Festival.

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3. Jaisalmer


Jaisalmer is in the heart of the Thar Desert and is also known as the ‘Golden City’ because of the yellow sand and yellow stone used in building the city, which provides a yellow glow to  the city from afar. This is also an old city, tracing its origins to 1156 AD when it was built by Maharawal Jaisal Singh. Like any other part of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is famous for its royal forts, havelis, museums, and temples. The sparkling crown of Jaisalmer tourism is of course the Jaisalmer Fort also known as the Sonar Quila which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and consequently one of the famous tourist attractions in India. Being in the heart of the desert, its sand dunes are very famous and staying amid the sand dunes is a favourite among the tourists. Some of the other famous tourist places here are Patwon ki Haveli, Manak Chowk, Jaisalmer Folklore Museum, Tazia Tower, Gadisagar Lake, Bada Bagh, and Kuldhara.

Do not forget to check out the famous crafts of Jaisalmer such as silver jewellery, embroidery, stone, leather goods, and printed work. Due to its location in the Thar Desert, summer travel is not advisable and instead the best time to visit would be between the months of December and February.

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4. Udaipur


Udaipur is another historical city of Rajasthan, which is also referred to as the “City of Lakes” and the “Venice of the East”. This city was founded in 1559 and is famous in India for destination weddings of the rich and the famous. There are many forts and palaces here and many of them have been converted into heritage hotels, which are the locations of these destination weddings. The famous tourist places here are the City Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir Palace, Bagore Ki Haveli, Pichola Lake, Chittorgarh Fort, Fateh Sagar Lake, Fateh Prakash Palace, Jagdish Temple, and the Monsoon Palace of Sajjangarh.

Mewar Festival and the Ganguar Festival are the popular festivals in Udaipur and Ganguar is especially important festival for women. These festivals are a riot of colours, songs, dances, and processions accompanied by fireworks displays. In December, the Directorate of Tourism organizes a 10-day Shilpagram or Craft Bazaar where traditional handicrafts can be bought for attractive prices. As with most places in Rajasthan, the best time to visit is between October and March.

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5. Bikaner


Bikaner is a desert city like Jaisalmer, which is surrounded by the Thar Desert and has a very interesting origin story. Rao Bika, the son of Rao Jodha, the founder of Jodhpur was challenged by his father to establish a new kingdom from scratch. Rao Bika took on the challenge and travelled far until he came upon a wild place called Jangladesh. It was here that he decided to set up his kingdom. Today that kingdom is Bikaner. Strategically located en route to the Caravan routes in Central Asia, Bikaner was a flourishing centre for trade in the medieval times. Some of the most beautiful forts and palaces in Rajasthan are to be found in Bikaner. Some of the most famous tourist attractions here are the Junagarh Fort, Lalagarh Palace and Museum, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bhandasar Jain Temple, Rampuria group of Havelis, Ganga Singh Museum, Karni Mata Temple, Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary, and Gajner Palace and Lake. Some of the best things that you can do in Bikaner are to take part in the Camel Festival organized in the month of January by the Rajasthan Tourism Department. This event includes some unique things such as camel races, camel dancing, and of course camel rides. Apart from this camel safaris, jeep safaris, night safaris, and desert camps allow you to get a taste of desert life. October to March is the best time to visit and the tourist peak season starts from December and lasts till February.

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6. Ajmer

Ajmer has a unique standing among all the other cities in Rajasthan because it is a religious city and is famous as a pilgrimage centre across India. Ajmer derives its name from Ajay Meru, which means invincible hills. Founded in the 7-century A.D. by a Hindu king Ajaypal Chauhan, it saw many changes of hands in the long years of its existence from the Mughals to the Scindias to the British. Today, Ajmer is most famous as being the home to the famous Dargah Sharif, which has the tomb of Moinuddin Chisti also known as Garib Nawaz who was the founder of the Chisti order of Sufism. Irrespective of whichever religion they belong to, lacs of tourists visit this Dargah every year. It is said that your wishes are fulfilled if you visit this Dargah. Apart from this mausoleum, the city has its fair share of forts, palaces, museums, and lakes. Ajmer is also the entry point to the holy city of Pushkar which lies 15 kilometres from here.

Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti is a religious fair that witnesses, gathering of devotees in lacs. It is held every year in the month of May to commemorate the death anniversary of the saint.  Some of the other tourist places that one can visit in Ajmer are Anasagar Lake and Daulat Bagh, Adhai Din Ka Jhopda, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Nareli Jain Temple, Mayo College and Museum, Taragarh Fort, and Akbar Palace and Museum.

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7. Pushkar

Pushkar is a sacred town located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan and is situated on the banks of the Pushkar Lake. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma was in search of a suitable place to perform a Yagna when the lotus from his hand fell on Earth and water sprouted from the place where the lotus fell. Brahma named this place Pushkar and performed his Yagna here.  Pushkar is said to be one of the oldest cities in India. Pushkar is also famous as the place where the sole Brahma temple of the world exists.  Apart from religion, Pushkar is also famous for its annual Pushkar Camel Fair that attracts tourists from across the world. It is one of the largest camel fairs in the world where apart from camel trading, you can see peculiar cultural programs where events such as contests for best moustache and most beautifully decorated camel take place. Visitors are encouraged to take part in events such as a costumed wedding parade or a visitor versus locals wrestling match. An International Hot Air Balloon Festival is also part of the fair. The best time to visit is between October and March.

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8. Ranthambore National Park

In the Sawai Madhopur District of Rajasthan lies the spectacular Ranthambore National Park, the home of many majestic tigers. Ranthambore was once famous as a hunting ground for the many Maharajas of Jaipur.  It was later declared as a Tiger Reserve in the year 1974 and in 1981 it became a National Park.

This park is spread over 392 square kilometres and is famous for its tigers. Travellers who come to visit Jaipur and other parts of Rajasthan do visit Ranthambore National Park without a fail. Apart from tigers, you can come here to spot an array of animal species too, like mongoose, sloth bear, jackal, hyena, fox, sambar deer, nilgai, langur, rhesus macaque, crocodiles, tortoise, cobras, and more.

Ramthambore is also known as a famous heritage site too mainly because of the old pictorial ruins that can be found scattered all over the wildlife park.

Photographers and nature lovers are often drawn to Ranthambore National Park for the scenic and timeless beauty of this place. The best time to visit the park is in between October and June.

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9. Alwar

Often passing under the radar of most tourists, Alwar is actually one of the popular weekend getaways from Delhi and is also just a 2-hour car-ride from Jaipur. Alwar is a place of great historical importance as this was the birthplace of the great Hindu king, Hemchandra Vikramaditya or popularly known as Hemu who challenged the Mughals. Although Alwar has its fair share of tourist attractions, perhaps the most notorious and awe-inspiring of those is the Bhangarh Fort, said to be the most haunted place in India. Anyway, either because of its reputation or perhaps due to limited efforts of Rajasthan tourism to promote the place, Bhangarh retains its sense of mystery and is a truly offbeat destination in Rajasthan, which is not frequented by many tourists. You can definitely go here during the day time but not later as nobody is allowed on the grounds before sunrise and after sunset. Other non-spooky attractions here include the Sariska Tiger Reserve, Neemrana Fort Palace (where you can stay as a guest), Alwar Fort, City Palace, and Kesroli Hill Fort. The best time to visit is between September and February and the peak season lasts from December to January.

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10. Chittorgarh

Another place that usually does not find its way to the itinerary of the average traveller, Chittorgarh is the former capital of the Sisodia Dynasty of Mewar. Chittorgarh can be actually visited as part of the Udaipur trip as it is just 117 kilometres from Udaipur. Chittorgarh has a rich martial history with many glorious battles fought here to claim its possession. Famous for its forts and temples, the crowning glory of Chittorgarh is the Chittorgarh Fort, which is the largest fort in India with four palace complexes, 19 main temples, 4 memorials, and 20 functional water bodies. Chittorgarh is also a great place for shopping and of particular repute are its tie and dye fabrics, metal work, and silver jewellery. The best time to visit Chittorgarh is from December to February.

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11. Deogarh


Encompassed by the state’s real urban communities—Udaipur(135km), Jodhpur(150km) and Jaipur (275km)— this villa (which was additionally a fortification at a certain point) is far enough from them that you feel a feeling of harmony. Encompassed by woods, The hosts will joyfully take you on strolling visits or drives. You can investigate Deogarh town and outing by the lake (the territory draws in numerous transient fowls) or at the close-by Gokul Garh Fort.


Timings – 8am to 5pm

Best time to visit – October to March

12. Bharatpur–Keoladeo National Park


Around 184km from Jaipur and 26km from Fatehpur Sikri, Bharatpur is acclaimed for its fowl haven—the Keoladeo National Park. This top ornithological goal plays host to more than 380 types of indigenous winged creatures and other transient species. Multi-day trip from Bharatpur, the wonderful eighteenth-century Deeg Palace, 32km from the recreation center—summer retreat of the Jat rulers—is a rambling complex of royal residences, structures and gardens.


Timings- 6am to 6pm

Fees- ₹50 for Indians ₹250 for foreigners ₹100 for Car Parking

Best time to visit – August to November

13. Dera Amer

Dera Amer

An elephant camp situated in private timberland in the lower regions of the Aravalis, Dera Amer (Website; copies from Rs25,000) is the place guests can live with the elephants. The camp sorts out elephant treks through the woodland and encompassing towns, and offers visitors the chance to wash and nourish the pachyderms. Found just thirty minutes from Jaipur, the camp likewise gives jeep safaris to the Amer Fort, Nahargarh National Park and encompassing regions. For those searching for progressively nearby untamed life, investigate the area on camel back, or go birding and keep your eyes stripped for gloomy falcon owls and snickering pigeons, among different species.


Best time to visit –October to March

14. Dundlod Fort

Dundlod Fort

In the event that a notable escape is what you’re searching for, advance toward Dundlod Fort, which is roughly 150km from Jaipur. The stronghold is presently a legacy inn and you can absorb the Rajputana way of life in the heart of Rajasthan’s Shekhawati district. Visitors share the post with the imperial proprietors, and in this manner feel like you are participating in an illustrious way of life also. Horseback safaris can be organized the individuals who need to get out and investigate the encompassing farmland.


Best time to visit – October to March

15. Mandawa


Situated in the Shekhawati district of Rajasthan, known for its staggering havelis, Mandawa lies 168 km from Jaipur. Run of the mill of the region, this community situated on the old Silk Route, is known for the nitty gritty creativity, improving paintings and frescoes of its verifiable Murmuria Haveli, Gulab Rai Wadia Haveli, Jhunjhunwala Haveli and Goenka Double Haveli, among others. Be that as it may, its amazing fortification, presently an extravagant legacy, a perfect property wherein to submerge yourself in the greatness of this lavish locale.


Timings – Throughout the year

Best time to visit – October to March

16. Sariska


The Sariska Tiger Reserve and National Park lies at a separation of 107km from Jaipur and keeping in mind that its tiger populace has been decreasing as of late, it is a quiet spot coming up short on the typical groups. Home to the panther,  jackal, four-horned pronghorn, Indian falcon owl and other natural life, the national park is additionally specked with sanctuaries and environmental destroys, for example, the Kankwari Fort and Hanuman Temple. The Sariska Palace, a legacy inn that was at one time an imperial chasing lodge, is situated on the recreation center outskirts. The property includes a tennis court, the feline’s Whiskers Bar and rambling gardens to appreciate after time in the timberland spotting tigers.


Timings – 8am to 6.30pm

Best time to visit – Throughout the year

17. Neemrana


Situated on the Delhi-Jaipur thruway, and equidistant from the two urban areas, the chronicled town of Neemrana is synonymous with its fifteenth century post—one of Rajasthan’s first royal residence inns. Neemrana Fort is a goal unto itself, the huge legacy property falsehoods roosted on a slope and spreads over numerous levels to give a shocking perspective 
of the town and encompassing scene. It exists in simple separation of Sariska Tiger Sanctuary, Bharatpur-Keoladeo National Park, Jaisamand Lake and different goals. On the off chance that you need to simply invest energy in the property—there are two pools, nurseries and that’s just the beginning, all spread more than 14 levels of the slope.


Timings- 9am to 2.30pm

Fees – ₹500 per person

Best time to visit – July to March

18. City Palace

City Palace

The City Palace is extraordinary compared to other visitor spots to visit in Rajasthan. It is a royal residence complex in Jaipur that houses the well known Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. The Chandra Mahal is one of the most famous vacationer puts in Rajasthan. It was at one time the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur and was worked somewhere in the range of 1729 and 1732. The development of the royal residence was begun by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Amber and later on, increments were made to the structure by progressive rulers till the twentieth century.The fundamental section doors into the City Palace complex are the Virendra Pol, the Udai Pol and the Tripolia Gate. Everyday people and sightseers can enter the City Palace just through the Virendra Pol and the Udai Pol. The most popular places of interest inside the royal residence complex are the Chandra Mahal and the Mubarak Mahal.


Timings- 9am to 6pm

Fees- ₹190 for Indians ₹500 for Foreigners

Best time to visit – October to March

19. Albert Hall museum

Albert Hall museum

Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur is truly outstanding and enamoring Tourist Places in Rajasthan. Otherwise called the Central Museum, Albert Museum is arranged in the midst of the garden of Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur. Comprised to be one of the most seasoned chronicled historical centers in Rajasthan, Albert Hall Museum was initially portrayed, structured and depicted by the Colonel Sir Swinton Jacob in the year 1876 for the thought process of congratulating King Edward VII, the Prince of Wales. Albert Hall Museum is harbored in Ram Niwas Bagh at Jaipur situated in Rajasthan. Subsequently, the travelers must book their flight or train tickets remembering the enrapturing attractions that they would almost certainly observer in the middle of the months October to March.


Fees- ₹40 for Indians ₹300 for Foreigners.

Timings7pm to 10pm

Best time to visit: October to March.

20. Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal, the most distinctive milestone of Jaipur is an especially enamoring goal spot, spread with brilliant shades of pink portraying sensitive and honeycombed crowd that is topped at an extraordinary tallness. Developed in the year 1799 by a decent ruler named Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, Hawa Mahal was an engineering organized to empower the family unit ladies of the respectable and illustrious family to observe the parades and life of the spot. Hawa Mahal is viewed as one of the most alluring Places to visit in Rajasthan, offering the traveler with first rate staggering perspectives from over City Palace and Jantar Mantar from one spot and from over Sireh Deori Bazaar from another direction. The location of Hawa Mahal is Hawa Mahal Road in Badi Chopad situated in J.D.A. Market.

21. Jal Mahal

jal Mahal

Jal Mahal calls to be one of the most tranquil and quiet places to visit in Rajasthan arranged amidst the tumultuous city of Jaipur. Jal Mahal is topsy-turvy low ascent stately manor which was at one time a shooting toll house for the Maharajah. The enlightened sand converged with the stone dividers of the wonderful design Jal Mahal depicts to be an obvious complexity to the purplish blue waters of the inland lake.The Jal Mahal is arranged at six kilometers from Jaipur. The climate in the remainder of the year is warm making it extreme for the outsiders to adapt up to the warmth and sweat.


Official timings – 9 am to 6 pm.

Best time to visit –  October to March

22. Kumbhalgarh Fort

Kumbhalgarh Fort

The Kumbhalgarh Fort is arranged in the Rajsamand region of Rajasthan. The fortress is best known as the origin of perhaps the best warrior of India, Maharana Pratap. The fortress was worked throughout the fifteenth century, and further increases were made to it in the nineteenth century.The fortification is presently open to general society and is lit up in improving lights each night for a couple of minutes. The Kumbhalgarh Fort is the following most significant post in Mewar after the Chittorgarh Fort. The fortress was worked by Rana Kumbha and his administration, which had a place with the Sisodia faction of Rajputs.The passage of the post is through the Aret Pol or Gate. There are other section doors, for example, the Halla Pol, Hanuman Pol, Ram Pol and Vijay Pol. The Hanuman Pol is significant as it reveres a picture of Lord Hanuman which was brought to the post from Mandavpur by Rana Kumbha. The Kumbhalgarh is an absolute necessity visit goal among the traveler spots to visit in Rajasthan.


Timings- 9am to 5pm

Fees – ₹15 for Indians ₹2000 for Foreigners

Best time to visit – Throughout the year

23. Sajjan Garh Palace

SajjanGarh Palace

The amazing perspective from Sajjangarh Palace is generally called the Monsoon Palace. This spot calls for perhaps the best spot to visit in Delhi.Perched on the pinnacle of the ridge amidst the asylum, the review one hundred and thirty-two-year-old royal residence is esteemed by the visitors at large. Sajjangarh Palace is situated at an impressive good ways from Jaipur which may take around eight hours and twenty-seven minutes to visit the goal spot.


Timings- 9am to 8.30pm

Best time to visit – The best time to visit Sajjan Garh Palace is during the storm time in the middle of the October to March.

Fees – ₹10 for Indians ₹80 foreigners.

24. Jantar Mantar Observatory

Jantar Mantar Observatory

The Jantar Mantar Observatory in Jaipur is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments. The Jantar Mantar was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II who served as a commander to Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is architecturally based on the one that is present in New Delhi. Both of them were built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The king constructed five such structures in different places including Delhi, Ujjain and Mathura. The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is the best preserved among all these structures and has been included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.The Jantar Mantar attracts a number of astronomers, students of Vedic astronomy and tourists from all over the world. Local astronomers still use it to predict the weather for local farmers. The Jantar Mantar can be called the single most representative work of Vedic astronomy.The Jantar Mantar houses a giant sun dial called the Samrat Yantra and other astronomical instruments such as the Nadivalya Yantra, the Jai Prakash Yantra and the Laghu Samrat Yantra..


Timings- 9am to 5pm (Monday to Sunday)

Fees – ₹50 for Indians ₹200 for foreigners

Best time to visit –  Throughout the year

25. Fateh Prakash Palace

Fateh Prakash Palace

The Fateh Prakash Palace is an incredible decision for guests. It was worked in the mid twentieth century and is named after Maharana Fateh Prakash, who was the ruler during the development of the royal residence. The castle was utilized as a scene by the rulers in prior days and has now been changed over into a lodging. The royal residence is as yet possessed by the Mewar Royal Family of Udaipur.The Fateh Prakash Palace has won five the travel industry grants in the ‘Legacy Grand’ class and is one of the two bona fide castle inns in the Udaipur City Palace Complex. The royal residence’s partner is known as the Shiv Niwas Palace Hotel which is very well known with travelers visiting Udaipur.Also check, Some of the best activities in UdaipurThe most engaging element of the Fateh Prakash Palace is the old world appeal it has held, which makes it stand separated in a horde of impersonation castle inns which is turning into another pattern in Udaipur.


Timings- 9.30am to 5.30pm

Fees-  Entry Free

Best time to visit – Throughout the year

26. Haldi Ghati

haldi ghati

Haldi Ghati is a prevalent traveler place in Rajasthan. It is a mountain go in the Aravalli Range and associates the Rajsamand and the Pali areas. The pass gets its name because of its yellow shaded soil, which has been contrasted with the shade of turmeric.Haldi Ghati has extraordinary verifiable essentialness as it had stood observer to the war between probably the best warrior Maharana Pratap and Raja Man Singh of Amber, who was a general to Mughal Emperor Akbar. Today, a bronze statue of Maharana Pratap on his preferred pony Chetak has been introduced at the Haldi Ghati by the Government of India. The district is likewise well known for its philanthropy rose item and the mud craft of Molela.


Timings –  8am to 7pm (Monday to Sunday)

Fees – ₹30

Best time to visit – October to March

27. Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort

Constructed in the 17th century, Bhangarh Fort is structured in Rajasthan. Originally built by Man Singh I, the fort is one of the best tourist attractions and is well preserved since ages. Bhangarh Fort is located in Gola ka baas at Rajgarh, Alwar in Bhangarh, Rajasthan.The best time to visit Bhangarh Fort is during winter time in between the months October to March.


Timings – 6am to 6pm (Monday to Sunday)

Fees – ₹25 for Indians ₹200 for foreigners

Best time to visit- October to March

28. Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort

The Mehrangarh Fort is perhaps the biggest fortress in India, arranged at a height of 440 feet from the city. The post is encased by high and durable dividers and encases a few royal residences and sanctuaries inside its complex. The Mehrangarh Fort is very well known among vacationers visiting Jodhpur and pulls in travelers from everywhere throughout the nation and the world.The dividers of the post still bear the engravings of gun balls from assaults during the rule of the Rajput rulers. On the left of the fortification, you can discover a chattri devoted to an officer called Kirat Singh Soda who fell on the spot while guarding the fortress. Imprints can in any case be found on the dividers and thus, the stronghold pulls in an enormous number of tourists.Besides the castles, the Mehrangarh Fort likewise has a historical center which is one of the most well-supplied exhibition halls in Rajasthan. The Mehrangarh Fort is an absolute necessity visit goal among all the Rajasthan visitor places.


Fees- ₹60 for Indians ₹400 for Foreigners

Timings- 9am to 5pm

Best time to visit – Mid October to Mid March

29. Bishnoi Village

Bishnoi Village

Bishnoi Village is a villa bearing the traveler with the chance to cross the rich social excellence showing the ethnic traditions in and around Marwar. Bishnoi Village outlines the genuine substance of Rajasthan. Subsequently, on the off chance that you are on edge to experience the venture of the ancestral town culture, at that point you should without a doubt visit Bishnoi Village. Bishnoi Village is situated in Village Guda Bishnoiyan at Jodhpur adjacent Guda Lake in Rajasthan.

Visit these top ten places in Rajasthan and you can claim bragging rights to having seen the best of the royalty and grandeur of India.

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