You could easily spend months in Rajasthan. The state's southwestern corner centers on Udaipur, a hilly town of palaces and artificial lakes, with the nearby hill station of Mount Abu, while central Rajasthan is anchored by Jodhpur, home to a glorious fort and the eye-catching blue houses, said to be of the Brahmin caste. Jaipur, the state capital, is in the east, toward Delhi. Western Rajasthan, largely given over to the Thar Desert, can best be explored via camel or jeep from the golden city of Jaisalmer. In the northeast, between Jaipur and Delhi, the Shekhawati region is home to lovely painted havelis, the mansions of prosperous merchants. The southern and eastern regions also have a number of good wildlife parks.


  • Dilwara Temples

    Dilwara Temples

    Dilwara Rd.
  • Amber (Amer) Fort and Palace

    Amber (Amer) Fort and Palace

    Delhi Rd. 141-253–0844, 141-253–1042, 141-253–0293
  • Savitri Temple

    Savitri Temple

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