From the dusty pink city of Jaipur and tigers in Ranthambore National Park to the golden dunes of the Thar Desert and its intrepid camel safari's, India's largest state is a traveller's treasure...
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Local Tip Contrary to traditional temples in India, Birla Temple does not have traditional bells, making it more conducive for meditation.
Local Tip The replay restaurant is one of the ideal location for fine dining available in Jaipur. You can visit this place with your family or can also hang out with your friends.
In the dusty arid landscape of Rajasthan, Mount Abu serves as an oasis to the travelers. Situated at a height of approx 1200 meter above sea level,...more »
The beautiful city of Udaipur has been bestowed with numerous epithets. The city of lakes, the Venice of the East, the most romantic city of India and the World's best city to live in, are just a few...more »
The hills of northern India have had their first snowfall and the north-western state of Rajasthan has started receiving the chilly winds that...more »
The Fair of ‘Hariyali Amavasya’ is a monsoon festival celebrated on Amavasya or a" No Moon Day" of the Shravan month in North India. People mainly worship Lord Shiva on this very day for wealth and prosperity and pray for a very good agricultural season. It is one of the most enjoyable fairs for the people of Udaipur. The fair is... more »
Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramadan. 'Fitr' means to break and it signifies the breaking of the fasting period and of all evil habits. It is a show of joy at attaining spiritual prosperity after a month of fasting. The holy month of Ramadan which culminates into the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr unites all Muslims in fasting,... more »
Celebrated in Rajasthan and Chandigarh in July, this swing festival welcomes the advent of the monsoon. The festival is also dedicated to Goddess Parvati and commemorates the day when she was united with Lord Shiva after a penance of a hundred years – making them a symbol of an ideal marriage. It is believed that invocation of Parvati’s... more »
Raksha Bandhan is the Hindu festival that celebrates brotherhood and love. "Raksha Bandhan" means a thread for protection. It is celebrated every year on 'Shravan Purnima' (Full Moon Day of the Hindu month of Shravan), which generally falls in the month of August. On the auspicious day of Rakhi, sisters wake up in the morning, take bath,... more »
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