Why Rajasthan is widely popular for tourist attractions

By | 23 July 2020

Rajasthan is known as the land of Kings. Rajasthan is the largest state of India . Rajasthan is mostly covered by the Indian Desert . Rajasthan is full of arts, culture and heritage site. It’s natural site and old forts are amazing. 

Let’s find out about some amazing sites of Rajasthan    

Why Rajasthan is a beautiful place 

Rajasthan is popular for its wonderful architecture of Forts, Palaces, Monuments. Rajasthan is a colorful city. Every place in Rajasthan has its own story. In India Rajasthan is mostly famous for tourist destination. Every year the number of tourist increases in Rajasthan. The tourists places in Rajasthan are Jaipur, Udaipur, Johpur, Bikaner, Kota and Ajmer.

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City Palace:

The city place is located in the Pink city of Jaipur. Sawai Jai Singh built this palace between 1729 and 1730AD. He rule this planned and made the outer walls of the palace when he was ruling Ajmer and later rulers added the architecture of this palace. The addition was done in the 20th century.


This City Palace in Jaipur landmark is famous for tourist spot. The palace also offers a shinning view of Pink City.

Hawa Mahal:

Hawa Mahal is an ancient monument of Rajasthan which is famous for its beauty. This monument is called Hawa Mahal because it has about 953 windows through which breeze flows and keep the palace cool. The building was especially designed for the Royal ladies of Jaipur.

Hawa Mahal is built in the shape of a crown of Lord Krishna. Hawal Mahal is the tallest building in the world without a foundation. Hawa Mahal has 5 storey and it is still standing upright because it is curved and leaning at an of angle 87 degrees.  


Hawa Mahal has no entrance from the front side. The Hawa Mahal have only ramps, instead of regular stairs to reach the upper floors of the building.

Chittorgarh Fort:


In India Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest. This place is in the World Heritge Site. This fort was ruled by the Mewar Kingom in the 7th century. This fort has an area of almost 700 acres. This place has witnessed witness the times of victory, peace, phases of defeat, destruction and so on.

Jantar Manter:


The founder of India’s first geometrically planned city of Raja Sawai jai singh 2 built an observatory. Jaipur’s 19 instrument observatory is called Jantar Mantar. The construction of Jantar Mantar was started in 1720 and was completed in 1738. This place also holds a place in the World Heritage Site.

Jal Mahal:


Jal Mahal is a palace which was built in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. This palace is made up of red sandstone. This palace architecture clearly has combination between Mughal and Rajput styles. This palace has 5 storey but when the lake is full of water the 4 storey remain under the water, that time only the top floor remain visible. 

Lake Pichola:


It is one of the most beautiful lake in Rajasthan. This lake was created by a tribe man Picchu Banjara. It was created in the year of 1362AD. This place is amazing for taking pictures.

Rajasthan widely attracts tourists because of its beauty and historical places. Now a days people shows more interest in historical places so Rajasthan is the right place for that. This city is also known to worldwide for its culture too.