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31 Days Rajasthan Tour
28 Days Rajasthan Heritage Tour
24 Days Forts and Palaces Tour
19 Days Rajasthan & North India
18 Days Rajasthan Round Trip
17 Days Rajasthan Vacations

17 Days Rajasthan Tour
17 Days Rajasthan Palace Tour
16 Days Rural Rajasthan Tour
16 Days Rajasthan With Pushkar
 
14 Days Rajasthan Heritage Tour
14 Days Rajasthan Short Tour
14 Days Rajasthan and Goa
13 Days Rajasthan Holidays
 
12 Days Rajasthan Desert Tour
11 Days Wild Life Tour
11 Days Shekhawati Desert Tour
11 Days Rajasthan Tour
16 Days Rajasthan With Pushkar
16 Days Cultural Rajasthan Tour
15 Days Hadoti Tour
11 Days Golden Triangle & caves
10 Days Rajasthan Desert Triangle
 
10 Days Rajasthan and Agra Tour
8 Days Taj Mahal Tour
8 Days Taj Mahal and Wildlife
8 Days Rajputana Tour
 
7 Days Rajasthan Tour
7 Days Imperial Rajasthan
7 Days Desert City Tour
6 Days Mountain Tour
5 Days Rajasthan Tour
5 Days Pushkar & Udaipur Tour
 

 Rajasthan Group Tours - 2017 -18

RAJASTHAN, (literally, the abode of kings) is the homeland of the Rajputs, known for their chivalry, valour and heroism. Perhaps, no other region of India is so thrilling and so colourful, or possesses more that is traditional and picturesque. Rajasthanís stirring story, which is full of heroic deeds, forms a glorious chapter of Indian history.The re-organised State of Rajasthan, the third largest in India, has roughly speaking, been formed by the union of twenty-two former princely States and the integration of the erstwhile part ĎCí State of Ajmer. The new State is 3,42,440 sq. km. (1,32,217 square miles) in area. We offer individual and private escortet Group Tours of Rajasthan.

 

Best of Rajasthan Tour
15 Days / 14 Nights
(Delhi - Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur - Pushkar - Udaipur - Ranakpur - Jodhpur - Osian - Jaisalmer - Bikaner -Mandawa - Delhi)      
Colourful Rajasthan with Pushkar
17 Days / 16 Nights
(Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Osian - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi)
Delightful Rajasthan and North India
20 Days / 19 Nights
(Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Osian - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Gwalior - Orchha - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Delhi)   
Rajasthan Forts and Palaces Tour
22 Days / 21 Nights
(Delhi - Nawalgarh - Jaipur - Pachewar - Khimsar - Gajner - Phalodi - Jaisalmer - Pokaran - Osian - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Bambora - Udaipur - Bambora - Bijapur - Bundi - Ranthambore - Karauli - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Delhi)   

 
 
The Land of Rajasthan
Rajasthan is bound on the west and north-west by Pakistan, on the north by the Punjab, and by Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bombay States on other sides. The Aravalli range runs through the region like a spine dividing Rajasthan into two portions, the north-western and the south-eastern. The former is almost wholly a vast expanse of desert, comprising desolate plateaus, shifting sand-dunes, arid plains and bare cliffs. The latter has a varied terrain of extensive hill ranges, fertile tablelands and dense forests. The Chambal and its tributary, the Banas, are the largest rivers of Rajasthan.

The People
Eight out of every ten people live in the regionís 33,000 villages. The people of Rajasthan represent a mosaic of many racial patterns. The Bhils and Minas are the oldest inhabitants. Later, the Rajputs conquered the region which eventually came to be known as Rajputana. Brahmins, Jats, Gujars, Mewatis, Gadia Lohars, Patels and Ahirs are among the other important groups in Rajasthan.

The martial Rajputs claim descent from the royal heroes of Indiaís two great epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The Sisodias, Rathors and Kachhawas trace their origin from the Solar line, the Bhatis and the Tanwars from the Lunar line. The third group of four Rajput clans, the Solankis, Parmars, Parihars and Chauhans are said to have sprung from a sacrificial fire at Mount Abu.

The history of the Rajputs is replete with deeds of chivalry and heroism. Reckless courage, a keen sense of honour and pride in their tradition and adherence to the pledged word are the qualities which repeatedly stand out in the annals of their struggle against the invaders. In the face of overwhelming odds, they had the courage to make the supreme sacrifice: the men donned the yellow robes of self-sacrifice and died fighting, while their women flung themselves in flames to escape the ignominy of capture. Indeed, the brave deeds of Rajputs have few paralles in the history of the world
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Maps
Road Map || Travel Map || Location Map

Cities
Agra || Ajanta || Ajmer || Alwar || Aurangabad || Banswara || Bhandarej || Bharatpur || Bikaner || Bijolia || Bundi || Chittorgarh || Corbett || Delhi || Deogarh || Deeg || Dholpur || Dungarpur || Ellora || Gajner || Goa || Gwalior || Jaipur || Jaisalmer || Jhalawar || Jhansi || Jhunjhunu || Jodhpur || Khajuraho || Khimsar || Kota || Kumbhalgarh || Luni || Madhogarh || Mandawa || Mount Abu || Mumbai || Nagaur || Nathdwara || Neemrana || Nawalgarh || Orchha || Osian || Phalodi || Pokaran || Pushkar || Rajsamand || Ranakpur || Ranthambore || Rohetgarh || Roopangarh || Samode || Sariska || Shekhawati || Sikar || Tonk || Udaipur || Varanasi

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

Festivals
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  

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


More Information

Climate of Rajasthan || Temperature of Rajasthan || Money and Currency Exchange || Heritage Hotels in Rajasthan || Ranthambore Jungle Safari || Sariska Jungle Safari

 
 
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