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Places to visit in Rajasthan

As a child, almost all of us have dreamt of staying in a royal palace. Sitting on the cliff of the fort, dressed in regal clothes while we sip our favourite drink and enjoy the splendid view from there. Sounds magnificent, does it not? With all the colourful curtains, pillows, queen sized beds, marvellous mirrors, and massive gates that guard the forts against the enemies,

palaces have always been a dream! Rajasthan , the jewel in the crown of India, can make your fairy-tale come true. Often referred to as the Land of Kings, Rajasthan is one of the treasures of India.

With royal forts, gorgeous palaces, rich wildlife, and vibrant festivals, this state celebrates the true spirit of India and showcases one among the finest cultures of this country. It is an exquisite destination for all the tourists who are fed-up with the conventional spots. Rajasthan has no beaches; it is all about the desert and the sands. With the most colourful bazaars in India, to the royal palaces; Rajasthan is a celebration of traditions and festivals. The forts here have been revamped and made into glorious restaurants for you to stay and live your dream. During the time of festivals and events, the entire state transforms into an explosion of colors, making it more beautiful than usual. Be it the National Parks , Forts like Bhangarh fort , Neemrana fort , Chittorgarh fort   or Monuments; Rajasthan will not dishearten you. Due to the rise of tourists coming to Rajasthan, it has been getting better day-by-day, allowing more people from across the world to visit the place and celebrate the true spirit of Rajasthan!

Ajmer Dargah

One of the most visited places of Ajmer; the Ajmer Dargah is a Sufi shrine which is believed to be one of the holiest places in Rajasthan. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, who was a Persian Sufi saint, is enshrined in this place owing to his secular preaching’s. He is believed to be the descendant of Muhammad, and it is on his request that he came to India. It is believed that if you pray for anything with a pure heart at the Ajmer Dargah, it is bound to be fulfill

Deeg Palace

Deeg Fort which encompasses the famous Deeg Palace was built by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1730. Capital of the Jat rulers and located 32 km from Bharatpur, the Deeg Palace was built as a summer mansion and was heavily inspired by Mughal architecture.  Being constantly under threat by the Mughals, Maharaja Suraj Mal built a large quadrangle shaped fortress around Deeg Palace to protect it from the invaders.

The resplendent palace has striking features such as the beautiful arches, swin

Hot Air Ballooning

Witness the UNESCO World Heritage Site from the air in a hot air balloon. The relaxing aerial tour of the site is wondrous. You’ll simply float over the rock monument, the national parks, paddy field and admire the natural beauty of the citadel.

Bhangarh Fort

The ancient township of Bhangarh in the Aravalli range of Alwar district in Rajasthan was founded by Raja Bhagwandas and was later made the capital by Raja Madho Singh who built the fort in 1631. A primitive town, it is 300 km from Jaipur and 40 km from Delhi.

The Bhangarh Fort, however, is infamous due to its top ranking status as the most haunted place in India and a hub for paranormal activities. The fort symbolizes spine chi

Neemrana Fort

A magnificent palace amidst lush greenery, Neemrana Fort Palace was built in 1464 in Neemrana, a town in Alwar district of Rajasthan and belonged to the descendants of Prithviraj Chauhan III of the Rajput Chauhan dynasty. The rulers defied the British and bowed to none even as their land was being given away to the neighbouring kingdoms. Strained with difficulties, in 1947, Raja Rajinder Singh of Neemrana left the palace as the façade had started crumbling and the ramparts started to c

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Declared as one among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a plethora of rare species of birds. They have many feeding and breeding grounds for the birds and play a host to more than thousand exotic and unique species in India. This humanmade habitat is a home for more than 370 species of endangered birds like painted storks, basking pythons, and nilgai.

 

Vintage Car Rally

Rajasthan is not only famous for its exquisite palaces but also home for some of the luxurious vintage cars. These vintage cars go on a rally in the streets of the beautiful city Jaipur, which is a pure heaven for all the car lovers around the world.

 

Location: Jaipur

For: All age groups

Johari Bazaar

Flaunting one of the best regal jewelry in Rajasthan, this place will make your eyes sparkle with all the stones and glitter. Not only gold ornaments, but they also sell many stones and gems which are handmade, and even some inexpensive jewelry to keep as a souvenir. 

 

Location: Johari Bazar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Timing:

Indique

This beautiful Indian restaurant in the blue city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is the perfect place to have romantic dinners too. It offers scintillating views of the clock tower, fort, and Umaid Bhawan. They also have some authentic cocktails served here to make your spirits high.

 

Must eat: Laal Maas

Cost for two: It will c

Music and Dance shows

After the sun sets, the local Rajasthani people come forward to display their talents in the form of dance and music. These shows are a treat to the eyes.

 

Must try: Ghoomar dance, Kalbelia, and Rajasthani Folk Music performances cannot be missed.

Opening hours: After the sunset.

Sheesh Mahal in Jaipur

This Hall of Mirrors in Amber Fort is made entirely of white marbles and red sandstone. This is one of the famous forts of Rajasthan because of its construction. The walls of Sheesh Mahal are covered only with mirrors that reflect any small ray of light to the entire fortress.

 

Location: Amber Fort, Jaipur.

Known for:

International Kite Festival in Jaipur and Jodhpur

Celebrated during Makar Sankranthi annually, the International Kite Festival attracts people from across the world to fly kites of different colors and shapes. You can also relish the favorite delicacies of Rajasthan, which are available everywhere on the streets during this period.

 

Why you should attend this: This is one of the most vibrant festivals of Rajasthan with

Dune Bashing

Satisfy your adrenaline by taking jeeps and steering through the dunes, bashing all the sand on your way. This one can get quite risky if you cannot drive properly. However, if you can hire a driver, then you can definitely take this ground-level roller coaster ride.

 

Location: Thar Desert

For: Young people

Nai Sarak

It would be a sin if you come to Rajasthan and leave without buying any of their authentic bandhani printed apparel. This place in the blue city of Jodhpur is one of the best destinations to shop for Bandhani prints. They sell colorful apparel with this design and exhibit their local artistry.

 

Location: Nai Sarak, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

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Little Italy

This exquisite place is for all the Italian food lovers in Rajasthan. They serve some of the best Italian dishes made by renowned Italian chefs. This one is regarded as the best Italian restaurant in Jaipur that serves exemplary vegetarian dishes amidst contemporary setting.

 

Must eat: Pasta, Pizza, and Risotto.

Cost for two:

Black Out

This authentic club in Jaipur is one among the best clubs of this state. It has three levels, along with a rooftop bar that offers stunning views.

 

Must try: Thursday nights are Ladies nights that serve free cocktails for the women on the dance floor. Don't miss it, ladies!

Opening hours: 1 pm to 2 am

Umaid Bhawan Palace

This architectural medley of Edwardian architect and the Rajasthani culture is a wonder to watch. Adorned with 347 rooms, which serve as a place of stay for the guests in Rajasthan, this grand spectacular structure provides an enriching life experience for the tourists. 

 

Location: Jodhpur

Known for: Throne room t

Brij Holi in Bharatpur

Just a couple of days before the grand Holi, the festival of Brij Holi is celebrated as a tribute to Lord Krishna. Music, Dance, and a colorful splash of vibrant shades make the whole state lively. This is one of the most sought-after festivals in Rajasthan that makes the entire state colorful. They also display an enactment of Rasleela, which is the major attraction of this festival.

 

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Horse Safari

Yes, horse safari is a thing in Pushkar. You can rent a horse and go on a safari to explore the place just like a camel safari. You can get breathtaking views of the regal streets of Pushkar to get the hang of it.

 

Location: Pushkar

For: All age groups

Difficulty level:

Peacock Rooftop Restaurant

An inexpensive range of dishes to choose from, combined with friendly ambiance is what this place offers you. This is a first-class restaurant that gives the customers glimpses of the Hathori Fort from the dining area.

 

Must eat: Burgers, pizzas, and thalis

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-700 approximately

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Sixth Sense

This is one of the most laid-back places of Rajasthan, with a warm ambiance, friendly waiters, and yummy food. They offer many of the unique dishes like pizzas and some filter coffee that will make your evenings delightful.

 

Must eat: Pizzas

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-600 approximately.

Jain Temple in Udaipur

Listed among the most gorgeous Jain temples in India, this temple in Ranakpur is devoted to Addinatha, who is Jainism's first Tirthankara. This light colored marble temple has distinct turrets, shikharas, arches, and domes. There are more than thousand pillars that have intricate carvings over them.

 

Location: Ranakpur, Udaipur.

Jaisalmer Fort

Also known as the golden fort, Jaisalmer's fort is a princely construction that is the pride of the city. This fort was built in Raja Jaiswal in the 12th century and is almost like the Taj Mahal in Agra. It is a beautiful sight to witness after the sun falls, making it one of the major attractions of the city of Jaisalmer. 

 

Location: Jaisalmer

Witness the Abhaneri Step Well

This architectural wonder will confuse you when you look at it for the first time. Located near the Dausa district, this well is one excellent spot to take photographs. You can gradually take the steps and real the well, which will give an adrenaline rush to all those who are afraid of heights.

 

Location: Dausa District, Jaipur

Bapu Bazar

A one-stop destination for all the Rajasthani handlooms, textiles, and accessories is the Bapu Bazaar. Located within the proximity of Johari Bazar, the Bapu Bazar is another interesting shopping destination in Jaipur. This bazaar is one of the best ones in Jaipur, that shows the true spirit of artists in Rajasthan.

 

Location: Bapu Bazaar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Saffron

This enormous roof-terrace hotel is the perfect place for a private evening. They have formal seating paired with scrumptious Indian dishes, the taste of which will linger in your mouth for the rest of your life.

 

Must eat: Indian Food

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 800-1000 approximately.

Puppet Shows

A crucial part of the Rajasthani culture, the puppet shows are a treat to watch. These shows are conducted at almost all of the famous tourist sites for you to witness. They last for more than 20 minutes, explaining the history of Rajasthan with the help of tiny dolls ina narrative form. These shows are world-famous, and tourists from across the world come to Rajasthan to get a glimpse of these shows.

 

Ranthambore National Park

The most prominent national park in Rajasthan was a hunting ground for maharajas in the past. This park is most famous for its tigers and the Ranthambore Fort inside the park, which was supposedly the place to relax for the maharajas in this area. Declared as the World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, this park is adorned with several rare species of leopards, sloth bears, nilgais, and sambars. 

 

Urs Festival

Celebrated at the tomb of the Sufi Saint named Kwaja Moinuddin Chisti, this festival embarks upon the unification of the saint with Allah. This religious festival attracts tourists from across the world. During this festival, the tomb of the saint is made clean with rosewater, and later they drape it in an embroidery silk cloth accompanied by offerings and prayer.

 

Why you should

Zip Lining

You can zip from one cliff to another as you enjoy the views of gorgeous forts on your way. Zip Lining is most famous in Rajasthan near the Mehrangarh Fort and the Neemrana Fort. Mehrangarh is for the explorers of Udaipur and Neemrana is for the Delhiites.

 

Location: Neemrana and Mehrangarh forts

For: All age groups

Camel Safari

One of the most famous things to do in Rajasthan is the Camel Safari in the desert areas. You can take a look at the desert from the camel's back and also explore some of the ruins of Rajasthan that cannot be accessed otherwise.

 

Location: Jaisalmer and Pushkar

For: All age groups

Bada Bazar

The ultimate shopping destination in Udaipur, Bada Bazar, sells all kinds of products that Rajasthan is famous for. They have huge showrooms and small vendors too, who sell their products in this busy market. Make sure you carry a huge shopping bag to drop in all your favorite goods.

 

Location: Bada Bazaar, Udaipur, Rajasthan

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Sankalp

This traditional South Indian restaurant is a treat for all the south Indians in Rajasthan. This is a Gujarat-based restaurant that serves dosas with the most unique fillings you will ever find. The uttapams, dosas, and masala papads of this restaurant are to die for.

 

Must eat: Masala Papad

Cost for two: It will cost

Hawa Mahal in Jaipur

Located in the heart of Jaipur, Hawa Mahal is the most sought-after tourist destination in Rajasthan. This Palace of the Winds is a five-story building that belonged to the Rajput dynasty. These windows were believed to be built for the royal women to have a look at the outside world, as they were not allowed to come out of the palace. 

 

Location: Jaipur. 

Jaipur Literature Festival in Jaipur

World's largest literary fair, Jaipur Literature Festival, attracts people from across the country to showcase their works. Both amateurs and reputed writers, book their tickets for the festival, as it is one of the biggest congregation of writers from across the world.

 

Why you should attend this: To showcase your talent on an international level.

Desert Camping

Camping under the stars has always been a thing. Here in Rajasthan, you can camp under the stars on the sand. Along with beautiful tents. These camping sites also entertain you with great performances by Rajasthani local tribes that showcase they folk dances, puppet shows, and finally the delectable Rajasthani food.

 

Location: Rajasthan desert area

Visit the haunted house of Rajasthan in Bhangarh Fort

This haunted palace of Rajasthan is believed to be the most haunted location in India. Visitors are not allowed to enter the place after sunset. However, you can visit it during the morning to get a spine-chilling experience. This is more of a ruin rather than a beautiful structure.

 

Location: Bhangarh Fort

For: All ag

Ambrai

Set-up at the level of the lake-shore, this romantic restaurant offers stunning views of the city palace and Jagniwas amidst a perfect candle-light dinner on tables covered with white-linen under massive trees.

 

Must eat: Tandoor and curries

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-700

Light and Sound shows

Amber Fort in Jaipur and Udaipur City Palace are the famous palaces for night shows in the state. They display a dazzling show of lights along with traditional folk music that allures all the tourists in Rajasthan. This is a show that you cannot miss when you visit Rajasthan for the first time.

 

Must try: Don't miss out on the 50-minute or the 12 episodes sounds and ligh

Mehranghar Fort in Jodhpur

Constructed under the reign of Rao Jodha of the Rajput empire, this is one of the largest forts India has ever witnessed. Located 400 feet above the sea level, on a 112 meters high mountain, this fort is surrounded by majestic walls with seven points of entry. The Iron Gate of this fortress, also known as Lohapol has many handprints that are believed to be the sati marks of the Maharaja Man Singh's widows, who threw themselves into the pyre after his death.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory built in the 18th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the regal city of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it comprises of 19 colossal instruments built of stone and marble. Literally meaning ‘Calculating Instrument’, the purpose of the observatory was to study time and space.

The first observatory was built in Delhi in 1724 and when Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II made Jaipur his capital, he built

Trekking in Rajasthan

If you thought Rajasthan was all about dunes, then you are wrong. They also have some mountains that enable you to take some adventurous treks over Mount Abu and the Alwar mountains. You can also witness some of the best birds on your way to the peak of the mountain.

 

Location: Mount Abu and Alwar

For: Young group of f

Clock Tower Market

This beautiful getaway near the Ghanta Ghar is one of the best locations to shop in Rajasthan. It sells all kinds of different spices available in Rajasthan along with many handicrafts, antiques, clothing, and flavored-tea.

 

Location: Clock Tower Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Timing: 10 am to 10 pm

LMB

LMB stands for Laxmi Misthan Bhandar. Just like the name suggests, LMB is an authentic vegetarian restaurant with rich flavors and intense aromas that attract the non-vegetarians too. They have attentive waiters, sweet counters, and a unique decor.

 

Must eat: Vegetarian dishes

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 700-800

Bhang Shop

This licensed, unpretentious, simple place of Jaisalmer is a cafe you cannot miss. For those who don't know, all the ingredients in this place are made with Bhaang. Bhaang is a mixture of cannabis leaves and buds mixed with ghee, spices, and milk. They serve a wide range of cookies, cakes, and savories made with bhaang that you can choose from. This one is going to take you on a nostalgic ride.

 

Chittorgarh Fort

The illustrious fort of Chittorgarh is not only the pride of Chittorgarh and India but is also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Chittorgarh fort is a rare gem and attracts tourists from all over the world who get spellbound by this great infrastructure.  Many people call it Chittor Fort and amongst other forts, this is the largest. Situated in the town of Chittor, Chittorgarh fort is the capital of Mewar. Perched over a hill, the fort is spre

Teej in Jaipur

One of the biggest festivals celebrated in Rajasthan with unquestionable grandeur, fairs, talented performances by artists, and the worshipping of Goddess Teej. The procession is taken across the city of Jaipur with embellished elephants, camels, and horses.

 

Why you should attend this: To get in touch with the local life of the people in Rajasthan.

Jungle Safari

Take a Jungle Safar ride in any of the famous national parks or bird sanctuaries in Rajasthan to get an up-close interaction with the animals. Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary are some of the famous places to go on safaris.

 

Location: Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Sariska Tiger Res

Motor Boating

You can steer your way in the waters of Fateh Sagar Lake. This is one of the most thrilling experiences of Rajasthan that offers beautiful views of the lake and the mountains.

 

Location: Udaipur

For: All age groups

Difficulty level: Moderate

Bundi Vilas

With the most romantic setting for the couples in Rajasthan, Bundi Vilas is an open terrace fine dine restaurant on the rooftop, offering you stunning views of the forts. They also offer the authentic candlelight dining experience with a wide of exquisite dishes and classy wine.

 

Must eat: Homemade Jams

Cost for two: I

Out of the Blue

This multicuisine restaurant in Pushkar offers some quirky dishes like pizzas, falafels, pancakes, pasta, and some freshly brewed coffee. This one will give you a break from the typical Rajasthani food.

 

Must eat: Espresso coffee.

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 400-500 approximately.

Vintage Car Rally

Rajasthan is not only famous for its exquisite palaces but also home for some of the luxurious vintage cars. These vintage cars go on a rally in the streets of the beautiful city Jaipur, which is a pure heaven for all the car lovers around the world.

 

Location: Jaipur

For: All age groups

Dune Bashing

Satisfy your adrenaline by taking jeeps and steering through the dunes, bashing all the sand on your way. This one can get quite risky if you cannot drive properly. However, if you can hire a driver, then you can definitely take this ground-level roller coaster ride.

 

Location: Thar Desert

For: Young people

Hot air Ballooning

Enjoy the bird's eye view of the beautiful Rajasthan by taking a hot-air balloon ride over the skies. This spine-tingling activity is sure to pump up your adrenaline and give you a marvelous experience.

 

Location: Jaipur, Pushkar, and Ranthambore.

For: All age groups

Difficul

Horse Safari

Yes, horse safari is a thing in Pushkar. You can rent a horse and go on a safari to explore the place just like a camel safari. You can get breathtaking views of the regal streets of Pushkar to get the hang of it.

 

Location: Pushkar

For: All age groups

Difficulty level:

Witness the Abhaneri Step Well

This architectural wonder will confuse you when you look at it for the first time. Located near the Dausa district, this well is one excellent spot to take photographs. You can gradually take the steps and real the well, which will give an adrenaline rush to all those who are afraid of heights.

 

Location: Dausa District, Jaipur

Camel Safari

One of the most famous things to do in Rajasthan is the Camel Safari in the desert areas. You can take a look at the desert from the camel's back and also explore some of the ruins of Rajasthan that cannot be accessed otherwise.

 

Location: Jaisalmer and Pushkar

For: All age groups

Zip Lining

You can zip from one cliff to another as you enjoy the views of gorgeous forts on your way. Zip Lining is most famous in Rajasthan near the Mehrangarh Fort and the Neemrana Fort. Mehrangarh is for the explorers of Udaipur and Neemrana is for the Delhiites.

 

Location: Neemrana and Mehrangarh forts

For: All age groups

Desert Camping

Camping under the stars has always been a thing. Here in Rajasthan, you can camp under the stars on the sand. Along with beautiful tents. These camping sites also entertain you with great performances by Rajasthani local tribes that showcase they folk dances, puppet shows, and finally the delectable Rajasthani food.

 

Location: Rajasthan desert area

Visit the haunted house of Rajasthan in Bhangarh Fort

This haunted palace of Rajasthan is believed to be the most haunted location in India. Visitors are not allowed to enter the place after sunset. However, you can visit it during the morning to get a spine-chilling experience. This is more of a ruin rather than a beautiful structure.

 

Location: Bhangarh Fort

For: All ag

Trekking

From the Malabar Giant Squirrels, Nilgiri Tahrs, Lion-tailed Macaque to Nilgir langurs and gaurs, if there is one way you can catch the raw wildlife of the Western Ghats, it is by exploring the mountains on foot. Taking you through beautiful landscapes, meadows, canopies and forests, trekking in the Western Ghats is truly a life-changing experience and probable the best activity to do in Tamil Nadu. Of all the treks, Maruti pea

Jungle Safari

Take a Jungle Safar ride in any of the famous national parks or bird sanctuaries in Rajasthan to get an up-close interaction with the animals. Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary are some of the famous places to go on safaris.

 

Location: Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Sariska Tiger Res

Motor Boating

You can steer your way in the waters of Fateh Sagar Lake. This is one of the most thrilling experiences of Rajasthan that offers beautiful views of the lake and the mountains.

 

Location: Udaipur

For: All age groups

Difficulty level: Moderate

Indique

This beautiful Indian restaurant in the blue city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is the perfect place to have romantic dinners too. It offers scintillating views of the clock tower, fort, and Umaid Bhawan. They also have some authentic cocktails served here to make your spirits high.

 

Must eat: Laal Maas

Cost for two: It will c

Little Italy

This exquisite place is for all the Italian food lovers in Rajasthan. They serve some of the best Italian dishes made by renowned Italian chefs. This one is regarded as the best Italian restaurant in Jaipur that serves exemplary vegetarian dishes amidst contemporary setting.

 

Must eat: Pasta, Pizza, and Risotto.

Cost for two:

Peacock Rooftop Restaurant

An inexpensive range of dishes to choose from, combined with friendly ambiance is what this place offers you. This is a first-class restaurant that gives the customers glimpses of the Hathori Fort from the dining area.

 

Must eat: Burgers, pizzas, and thalis

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-700 approximately

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Sixth Sense

This is one of the most laid-back places of Rajasthan, with a warm ambiance, friendly waiters, and yummy food. They offer many of the unique dishes like pizzas and some filter coffee that will make your evenings delightful.

 

Must eat: Pizzas

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-600 approximately.

Saffron

This enormous roof-terrace hotel is the perfect place for a private evening. They have formal seating paired with scrumptious Indian dishes, the taste of which will linger in your mouth for the rest of your life.

 

Must eat: Indian Food

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 800-1000 approximately.

Sankalp

This traditional South Indian restaurant is a treat for all the south Indians in Rajasthan. This is a Gujarat-based restaurant that serves dosas with the most unique fillings you will ever find. The uttapams, dosas, and masala papads of this restaurant are to die for.

 

Must eat: Masala Papad

Cost for two: It will cost

Ambrai

Set-up at the level of the lake-shore, this romantic restaurant offers stunning views of the city palace and Jagniwas amidst a perfect candle-light dinner on tables covered with white-linen under massive trees.

 

Must eat: Tandoor and curries

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 500-700

LMB

LMB stands for Laxmi Misthan Bhandar. Just like the name suggests, LMB is an authentic vegetarian restaurant with rich flavors and intense aromas that attract the non-vegetarians too. They have attentive waiters, sweet counters, and a unique decor.

 

Must eat: Vegetarian dishes

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 700-800

Bundi Vilas

With the most romantic setting for the couples in Rajasthan, Bundi Vilas is an open terrace fine dine restaurant on the rooftop, offering you stunning views of the forts. They also offer the authentic candlelight dining experience with a wide of exquisite dishes and classy wine.

 

Must eat: Homemade Jams

Cost for two: I

Out of the Blue

This multicuisine restaurant in Pushkar offers some quirky dishes like pizzas, falafels, pancakes, pasta, and some freshly brewed coffee. This one will give you a break from the typical Rajasthani food.

 

Must eat: Espresso coffee.

Cost for two: It will cost you INR 400-500 approximately.

Music and Dance shows

After the sun sets, the local Rajasthani people come forward to display their talents in the form of dance and music. These shows are a treat to the eyes.

 

Must try: Ghoomar dance, Kalbelia, and Rajasthani Folk Music performances cannot be missed.

Opening hours: After the sunset.

Black Out

This authentic club in Jaipur is one among the best clubs of this state. It has three levels, along with a rooftop bar that offers stunning views.

 

Must try: Thursday nights are Ladies nights that serve free cocktails for the women on the dance floor. Don't miss it, ladies!

Opening hours: 1 pm to 2 am

Puppet Shows

A crucial part of the Rajasthani culture, the puppet shows are a treat to watch. These shows are conducted at almost all of the famous tourist sites for you to witness. They last for more than 20 minutes, explaining the history of Rajasthan with the help of tiny dolls ina narrative form. These shows are world-famous, and tourists from across the world come to Rajasthan to get a glimpse of these shows.

 

Light and Sound shows

Amber Fort in Jaipur and Udaipur City Palace are the famous palaces for night shows in the state. They display a dazzling show of lights along with traditional folk music that allures all the tourists in Rajasthan. This is a show that you cannot miss when you visit Rajasthan for the first time.

 

Must try: Don't miss out on the 50-minute or the 12 episodes sounds and ligh

Bhang Shop

This licensed, unpretentious, simple place of Jaisalmer is a cafe you cannot miss. For those who don't know, all the ingredients in this place are made with Bhaang. Bhaang is a mixture of cannabis leaves and buds mixed with ghee, spices, and milk. They serve a wide range of cookies, cakes, and savories made with bhaang that you can choose from. This one is going to take you on a nostalgic ride.

 

Johari Bazaar

Flaunting one of the best regal jewelry in Rajasthan, this place will make your eyes sparkle with all the stones and glitter. Not only gold ornaments, but they also sell many stones and gems which are handmade, and even some inexpensive jewelry to keep as a souvenir. 

 

Location: Johari Bazar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Timing:

Nai Sarak

It would be a sin if you come to Rajasthan and leave without buying any of their authentic bandhani printed apparel. This place in the blue city of Jodhpur is one of the best destinations to shop for Bandhani prints. They sell colorful apparel with this design and exhibit their local artistry.

 

Location: Nai Sarak, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

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