Rajasthan is a state in northern India. It covers 342,239 square kilometres or 10.4 per cent of India's total geographical area. It is the largest Indian state by area and the seventh largest by population.

Rajasthan is known for its historical hill forts & palaces, it is claimed as the best place for tourism-related to palaces. Umaid Bhawan Palace: It is the largest Royal Palace in Rajasthan. It is also one of the largest private residences in the world.Rajasthan 'Land of Kings' or 'Land of Kingdom' is India's largest state by area. The state located on northwest part of country and is a home of cultural diversity. Its features include the ruins of Indus Valley Civilization, Temples, Forts and Fortresses in almost every city.How many days are required for a Rajasthan trip? You can plan a short 2 nights 3 days trip to Rajasthan and cover one of the major tourist cities like Jaipur or Udaipur. But an ideal Rajasthan trip would take 6 nights and 7 days to explore its multi-city tourist attractions.Jaisalmer is more of an unexplored tourist destination, as compared to Jaipur. The attractions here are truly unique but definitely not as maintained as the attractions in the pink city. You need to allot some time for travelling to and from Jaisalmer too, because it is located on the interior of the state.So if you're someone who would enjoy a quiet evening beside the lake and watching the sunset, Udaipur is the place for you. For those of you looking to explore large palaces and witness architectural wonders, Jaipur is where you should be headed towards.

  • Ajmer. Alwar. Baran. Bhilwara. Bikaner. Bundi. Chittorgarh. Dausa. Dholpur. Dungarpur. Hanumangarh. Jaipur. Jaisalmer. Jalore. Jhalawar.
  • Chittorgarh Fort. Nahargarh Fort Jaipur. Nahargarh Fort Baran. Shergarh Fort Baran. Shergarh Fort Dholpur.
  • City Palace Karauli. City Palace Dholpur. City Palace Jaipur.
  • Religious Places.

The city's most prominent landmark is the Jaisalmer Fort, also called Sonar Qila (Golden Fort). Unlike most other forts in India, Jaisalmer Fort is not just a tourist attraction. It houses shops, hotels and ancient havelis (homes) where generations continue to live. Jaisalmer traces its inception to the 12th century.