Visit in Rajasthan best and amazing Tourist Places

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Sam Sand Dunes (Near Jaisalmer)

 

Located at the periphery of the Jaisalmer Desert, 40 km from Jaisalmer, Sam Sand Dunes is situated in the outer Rajasthan district. This is the most popular tourist destination of Rajasthan and is located in the middle of the Thar Desert.

 

Sam is beautiful, sparsely or with dunes that are sweeping. The sand dunes are 3 km long and 1 km high, which is the true picture of Rajasthan. Unquestionably, Sam Sand Dunes has earned a considerable reputation over time as one of their most picturesque spots. The unrelieved sandy ocean constantly changes its appearance at every mild wave of water. The whirling air currents in this area equivalent to the Sahara sandstorms.

 

Eklingji Temple (Near Udaipur)

 

The Eklingji temple is a historical Hindu temple located in Eklingji or Kailashpuri, 24 km from Udaipur, Rajasthan district. One of the most popular pilgrimage sites in Rajasthan and one of the best places to visit in Udaipur.

 

The former Mewar ruler’s teacher, Lord Shiva, is the Eklingji Temple. Ek means “one” with the phallic lingam, or the life sign of the Lord Shiva.” The patron god of the Mewar clan is regarded as the real ruler of the region, and only the kings are the dewan of this Mewar God. In 734 A.D. initially the temple was founded by Bappa Rawal, the founder of the Mewar dynasty. In the following years, several Kings have restored the blackout and changed the blackouts caused by the attacks of Mohammedans.

 

Guru Shikhar (Near Mount Abu)

 

Mount Abu Bus Station is a 16 km distance from Guru Sikar a mountain top of the Arbuda Mountains of Rajasthan. This is one of Mount Abu’s highlights.

 

Aravalli’s highest point is Guru Shikhar. It is situated at 1.722 metres (5,650 feet). The town of Mount Abu and the green Aravalli forest are beautifully viewed from Guru Shikhar. It is believed that King Prithviraj Chauhan has been on the highest point of meeting his bride and marrying her. The bride, now called Palanpur, was Prahladanpur’s princess. It is named for Dattatreya or the Guru Shikhar. One of Guru Shikhar’s most important attractions apart from its magnificent views is Dattatreya Temple. The Lord Dattatreya is supposed to be the manifestation of Atri, Lord Vishnu, the wise pair.

 

Mandore Garden (Near Jodhpur)

 

Mandore Garden, Mandore, is the former capital, before Jodhpur was established, at 8 km from Mehrangarh and 9.5 km from Jodhpur Junction. The hotel is located at Mandore. This is a popular picnic place for the people of Jodhpur.

 

The broad Mandore Garden features a high rock terrace, which makes it an attraction to the city. The cenotaphs of the former Jodhpur leaders are located in the Mandore Garden. These cenotaphs are not ordinary and are designed along a Hindu temple’s lines. They have four stories, a beautiful column and a stylish spiral. The sandstone is red. On the rocky outcrop of the hill stands the Maharani cenotaphs.

 

One of the most famous cenotaphs is the Maharaja Ajit Singh, built-in 1793.

 

The garden contains a hall of heroes showing the various folk heroes of the past. In this room are their rock statues enhanced by bright colors.

 

Achalgarh Fort (Near Mount Abu)

 

The fort of Achalgarh was originally constructed by the rulers of the Paramara dynasty but was rebuilt in 1452 by Mewar’s Rana Kumbha. The fort was refined. The structure was designed to protect the area and to monitor the movement of the enemies. Rana Kumbhá, responsible for several giant forts in southern Rajasthan, in particular, is said to have made the fort. The Achalgarh Fort is situated on a high mountain top with stunning views. The fort is encircled by huge walls with a very impressive appearance. The fort is in a state of fading now. The first portal of the fort is Hanumanpol.

 

Fort Achalgarh is a medieval fort 10 km from Mount Abu in the village of Achalgadh in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan. Mount Abu is one of Rajasthan’s most popular tourist resorts.

 

Gadsisar Lake

 

South of the city wall of Jaisalmer is Gadsisar Sagar Lake. Formerly the principal source of water for the population of that region, the Gadsisar Lake is surrounded by temples and shrines. There are complex archways in the temples and on the side of those temples, the lake looks extremely beautiful.

 

In winter the lake looks more picturesque and only a number of birds that flock to it break the tranquility of the place. The construction of the arched gate near Gadsisar Lake is a very interesting legend.

 

Jal Mahal, Jaipur

 

The Jal Mahal is situated on the Man Sagar Lake, also known as the “Lake Palace,” an incredible architecture that gives Rajasthan a pride of place. The Aravalli mountains are enveloped by old forts and the busy town of Jaipur on the one hand.

 

The simple structure with its pavilion and terrace garden was built by Jai Singh II in the 18th century. The Royal Family is supposed to build to enjoy the cool brisk that flows from the lake. The palace is incredibly designed and has an amazing environment.

The Maharaja Ganga Singh of the Bikaners Dynasty was donated to this Hindu temple by beautiful white marble and solid silver doors.

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