Many are enamoured of enigmatic Rajasthan, India’s jewel of the desert region. The famous Pushkar fair in Jaisalmer where cattle are sold is extremely popular for the glimpse it provides into the rural life of the Rajasthan people, as much as for the Thar Desert safari, a ride on camelback, and watching the tribals sing and dance in gay abandon. Surprisingly, in this desert state, there are beautiful lakes, too!
There are tigers Reserves in the India which became a part of Project ,to be seen at eagles, Short-toed Eagles ,Tawny Eagles, harriers, falcons, buzzards, kestrel and vulture, Spotted Eagles , Laggar Falcons and kestrels are the commonest of these The Ranthambore National Park located in Swain Madhopur ,off-the-beaten track small towns and villages; the eloquent marble splendour of its grand Royalty palaces and temples; attractive Royalty havelis with intricate stone carvings; the world-renowned Dargah of the famous temple Moti Dungri, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Birla Temple, Galtaji,at Jaipur.
the famous Havelis are called; Chittorgarh’s fort that bears attestation to the sacrifice of the imaginative beautiful and brave Rani Padmini, as well as other famous historic remains, which though muted now bear attestation to the tales of Rajput offering and valor they have witnessed, albeit in a faraway past, but tales that touch you and bring out goose pimples as you think of those days of yore when Rajput men were courteous and the women matched them with their bravery.
The Jaipur (pink city) has most famous houses and havelis made of pink stone, its’ famous attractive place like “Hawa Mahal” Palace of the Winds, City Palace, Galta Monkey Temple, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Markets and Shopping, a fine museum, the Amber Fort where you can dangle on an elephant to take you up to the enrapture, Jantar Mantar Observatory on the World Heritage list, and Jaipur’s captivating City Palace which sprawls across a huge area, are a big tourist draw. This capital city of Trip to Rajasthan also very famous for a big range of commodity – linen, pottery, clothes, sarees, lacquer jewellery.