Saturday, December 10, 2011

Forts And Palaces

Have you ever visited the terrain of beautiful forts and palaces, Rajasthan? If you haven’t visited this imperial state, then you are really missing something great. The land of colors and diversity has a lot to offer to its lovable visitors.  Rajasthan is extensively applauded for its opulent culture, tradition, custom and magnificent past. Once the home to royal dynasty, Rajasthan shelters incredible monuments, beautiful forts, terrific palaces, tranquil lakes, thrilling wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, sandy desert, rippling sand dunes, ancient cities, customary villages, heritage hotels and temples.

Also, Rajasthan is preferred by most of the honeymoon couples because of its romantic ambience. Every aspect of this royal dynasty is designed with diverse lifestyle and royal splendor. The charming Mughal and Rajput style of Rajasthan leaves every wanderer mesmerized and amazed. Further, there are many Forts and Palaces in this state, which are rapidly getting popular among vacationers. Let’s have a look at some of the beautiful palaces and forts of Rajasthan.

Forts and Palaces in Jaipur
Jaipur, the fascinating pink city shelters beautiful forts like Amber Fort, built by famous emperor Raja Alan Singh Chanda and is known for its artistic blend of Mughals and Hindu architecture, Jaigarh Fort positioned on the premonitory called the Cheel ka Teela and Nahargarh Fort constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1734. On the other hand, the collection of palaces includes Hawa Mahal, the five-storey building with approximate 953 windows identified as Jharokhas, Jal Mahal, placed in the hub of the popular Man Sagar Lake and City Palace, most beautiful palace of Jaipur.

Forts & Palaces in Jodhpur
Jodhpur, the stunning city is also the second biggest city of Rajasthan. It houses Mehrangarh Fort, constructed by Maharaja Man Singh which is famous for its astounding gates and amazing architecture. Also, the museum in this astounding fort is one of the eminent museums of Rajasthan. Umaid Bhawan Palace, an arresting palace of Jodhpur is named after Maharaja Umaid Singh and is visited by a lot of visitor, every year. The palace is a spectacular place to explore. Balsamand Lake & Palace is yet another appealing place and picnic spot of Jodhpur.

Forts & Palaces in Udaipur
Udaipur, popularly known as the land of lakes is a true delight, which houses many marvelous forts and palaces. It is also believe to be one of the romantic places of India. Further, famous forts and palaces of Udaipur are Jagmandir Palace, tremendous City Palace and Kumbhalgarh Fort which is 64 km away from Udaipur.

Forts & Palaces in Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer is yet another beautiful city of  Royal Rajasthan that comprises Golden Fort, which is the biggest fort of India. The fort was built by eminent Bhati Rajput emperor Rawal Jaisal in 1156 AD. Millions of people visit Rajasthan, to enjoy the marvelous scenery of Golden fort in Golden Triangle India.
If you want to know these forts and palaces from closer, then book your trip to Rajasthan and enjoy. A Rajasthan tour will certainly make you pleased and blissful with its remarkable scenery and backdrop.

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