Taj Mahal and the Best of Rajasthan

Posted by on April 27, 2012 · Leave a Comment 

The Taj Mahal and Rajasthan tour will make you experience you the best of rich tradition and culture of India. Taj Mahal – the face of India the whole world knows. It is one of those amazing work of architecture which completely lives up to its reputation, with its perfect proportions, its shining white marble finish and the beauty of its intricate inlay.

Taj mahal Pushkar

Taj Mahal is consistently voted as the most beautiful building of the world.It was built for love by the great Mugal Emperor Shah Jahan for his most beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. The emperor collected gems, and so that his craftsmen carved gemstones into flowers and shapes carefully slicing thin sections of precious and semi-precious gemstones and then they inlayed them into the white marble. Taj Mahal, is a promise fulfilled made by a dotting husband to his dying wife. The love floats in the air of the monument, which always mesmerizes the tourist who visits this beautiful symbol of love. The next destination of this tour is the state of Rajasthan, known as the land of kings. In this tour, the main facus will be to showcase the best of Rajasthan. All the cities of Rajasthan have a very traditional set up, which carefully preserves the royalty and legacy of the Rajputana rulers. Jaipur – one of the most famous city of Rajasthan and also popular for its pink colour. The city of romance, love and passion has beautifully constructed palaces, havelis and forts. A marvel in town planning, Jaipur is harmonious blend of culture, education, religion and historical monuments. The most prominent is the Hawa Mahal and is a must visit for everyone. Next city on the tour is Ajmer Pushkar, an oasis surrounded by green hills in the desert state of Rajasthan. Dargah Shariff of Hazrat Kawaka Muinuddin Chishti is indeed an ornament to the city of Ajmer and is one of the holiest places of worship in India. Pushkar is the home to the Brahma Temple – the only one in the world dedicated to the god of creation, according to the Hindu mythology. Moving forward next is the city of lakes, Udaipur – it is a jewel of the Mewar kingdom which was ruled by the Sisodhia dynasty for almost 1200 years and is very popular for the renowned Jal Mahal. Built over 180m high rocky hills of the Aravalli Ranges is the city of Chhitorgarh which is the oldest city of Rajasthan. Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner are some of the other major cities of the state which attract lots of tourists every year from across the globe. While on Rajasthan tours, you can feel the richness and royalty of the Indian cultural heritage.

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