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 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.
Local Tip Good ambiance, well qualified staff, great products and very near to the tourist destination of Sukhadia Circle.
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 »
Rajasthan hosts a number of festivals with a lot of fanfare and enthusiasm. Navratri is one of the most popular festivals. This festival holds great significance among people as it is associated with the blessings of Goddess Durga, which represents Shakti, the cosmic energy that animates all beings. This festival symbolizes health and... more »
In Kota, during Dussehra, a big fair is organized, every year in the Hindu month of Ashvin (Sept-Oct). More than 75 feet tall effigies of the demons Ravana, Kumbhakarana and Meghnath are burnt on Dusshera day to symbolize the victory of good over evil. This festival is celebrated all over the country but the Kota Dussehra is quite unique for... more »
People all over India especially the state of West Bengal, celebrate the Durga Puja or the worship of Goddess Durga with fervent religious passion and zest. This festival besides its religious angle is a time for shopping, gastronomic indulgences and cultural programmes. In Rajasthan, Durga Puja is celebrated virtually in every city but... more »
A Touch of Class is the largest and a highly celebrated consumer shopping festival of Rajasthan. Since 2005, the exhibition has been a ‘One-Stop-Shop’ experience for the consumers with an array of choices in the likes of Interiors & Lifestyle, Property & Home Finance, Consumer Goods & FMCG and Electronics & Information Technology. more »
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