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 Alwar Tour (Rajasthan)
(3 Days / 2 Nights)

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Day 01: Jaipur - Alwar (about 148 km)

Arrival at Jaipur airport or railway station. After arrival in Jaipur drive to Alwar.
      Hawa Mahal, Jaipur          Birla Mandir, Jaipur          Sariska National Park                   Sariska

Day 02: Alwar
Today we will visit the Vinay Vilas City Palace, Yashwant Niwas, Siliserh Lake

Day 03: Alwar - Jaipur (about 148 km)
After having breakfast drive to Jaipur. Enroute we visit the Sariska wildlife sanctuary. In the evening transfer to the Jaipur airport or railway station for onwards journey. 
(End of Tour)

        City Place, Jaipur        Jaipur Mantar, Jaipur   Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary           Amber Fort, Jaipur

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Midway between Delhi and Jaipur lies Alwar, known for its palace, museum, historical remains and big and small game in the neighbouring forests. It is 161 km. (100 miles) by road and about the same distance by rail from Delhi.
Alwar was the capital of the former princely state of the same name founded in 1771 by Maharaja Pratap Singh of the Kachhawa clan of Rajputs.
The town is dominated by a fort situated on a big conical hill and is backed by a range of hills. A steep ascent leads to the fort behind which stands the chhatri of Maharaja Pratap Singh.
The City Palace, separated from the base of the hill by Sagar, a picturesque tank, consists of a group of building in different styles. The museum lodged in a portion of this palace has a collection of manuscripts and paintings. Of the 7,000 manuscripts in Hindi, Sanskrit  and Persian, the most outstanding are the 24 m. (80 feet) long illustrated scroll of the Bhagwat and an illuminated copy of the Quran in Arabic with Persian translation in red letters. There is also a matchless copy of Sheikh Sadiís Gulistan, decorated with miniature paintings, which cost about Rs. 1,25,000 and took fifteen years to execute. It was prepared in the time of Maharao Vinay Singh who built the Vinay Vilas Palace. The painting gallery
has a valuable collection of Mughul and Rajasthani paintings.

The Armoury has old swords, sabres, and other weapons. The swords of Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan, Dara-Shikoh, Nadir Shah and Aurangzeb, in addition to those bearing the seals of Persian rulers, can be seen here. Some of these have hilts of gold studded with jewels.

The cenotaph of Maharao Bakhtawar Singh lies to the south of Sagar. Raised upon the centre of a platform, its plinth is of red sandstone while the cenotaph itself is of marble.

Thirteen kilometres (8 miles) south-west of the city is Siliserh, a splendid lake in picturesque surroundings. Adorned with chhatris and fringed by a dense forest, the lake covers an area of 10 sq. km. (4 sq. miles) and was formed by the construction of a masonry dam. The lovely palace on the lake has been thrown open to tourists and a quiet holiday can be spent here amidst sylvan surroundings.

Around Alwar, there are many places of historical interest. Some of these are pre-Mughul mosques and tombs at Rejara. Near the old palace at Siraska is a scenic spot named after Raja Bhartrihari, a celebrated Hindu king, who performed a severe penance there. Rajorgarh is a large fortified town covered with ruins of ancient structures. Of these, the tenth-century temple of Nilkantha Mahadeva is notable. Laswari, marks the battlefield where the forces of Daulat Rao Scindia were defeated by Lord Lake in 1803. Rajgarh. Talao, Dapkan and Bhangarh are some other sites of historical and archaeological interest.


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Tourist Attractions
Brahma Temple || Brijraj Bhawan Palace || Chambal Garden || City Palace (Jaipur) || City Palace (Udaipur) || Dargah Sharif || Dilwara Temple || Fatehpur Sikri || Gajner Palace || Hawa Mahal || Jag Mandir || Jantar Mantar || Karni Mata Temple || Kota Fort || Lake Palace || Ludurwa Temple || Nathdwara Temple || Nakki Lake || Neemrana Fort Palace || Patwon ki Haveli || Pushkar Lake || Rambagh Palace || Ranakpur Jain Temples || Rao Madho Singhji Museum || Sam Sand Dunes || Siliserh Lake Palace   || Umaid Bhawan Palace || Umed Bhawan Palace 

Forts & Palaces
Amber Fort || Bala Kila || Chittorgarh Fort || Jaigarh Fort || Jaisalmer Fort || Junagarh Fort || Kota Fort || Kumbhalgarh Fort || Lohagarh Fort || Mehrangarh Fort || Taragarh Fort

Museums & Art Galleries
Ajmer Government Museum || Ajmer Archaeological Museum || Albert Hall Museum || Alwar Government Museum || Bharatpur Government Museum || Dungarpur Museum || Fateh Prakash Palace Museum || Hawa Mahal Museum || Jaisalmer Folklore Museum || Jaisalmer Government Museum || Jodhpur Government Museum || Kota Government Museum || Kota Archaeological Museum || Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Museum || Modern Art Gallery || Shilp Gram || Udaipur City Palace Museum || Udaipur Government Museum || Virat Nagar Museum

National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries
 Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary || Darrah Sanctuary || Desert National Park || Jaisamand Sanctuary || Keoladeo Ghana National Park || Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary || Mount Abu Sanctuary || Ranthambore National Park || Sariska National Park || Chambal Sanctuary || Sitamata Sanctuary || Talchappar Sanctuary

Adventure Sports
Ballooning || Bicycling || Camel Safari || Camel Polo || Camping || Cart Races || Desert Rallies || Desert Safari || Elephant Safari || Elephant Polo || Gliding || Golf || Horse Safari || Horse Polo || Jeep Safari || Kite-flying || Para-Sailing || Tonga Races || Trekking || Vintage Car Rally

Ajmer Urs || Baneshwar Fair || Brij Festival || Camel Festival || Chaksu Fair || Desert Festival || Elephant Festival || Gangaur Festival ||  Mewar Festival || Marwar Festival || Nagaur Fair || Pushkar Fair || Summer Festival || Teej Festival  

Ghoomar || Gair || Chari Dance || Kachhi Ghodi || Fire Dance || Bhavai || Drum Dance || Kathak || Kathputli || Sapera Dance ||
Terah Tali

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