Monday, 26 September 2016


Jaipur is a city that constantly reminds you of its heritage with its classic forts and historical monuments looming at you. It is as if history is revealing itself once again through it physical imprints.

Come, be a part of the history with ETD’s Rajasthan Package that takes you back in time through Jaipur’s classic heritage, spiritual journeys to Pushkar and Ajmer Sharif and finally through the jewel in the crown-Udaipur. This package includes all hotel bookings minus flight bookings.

City Palace, Jaipur:

It is a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture with a great view of gardens and the city around the fort. Palace has two main parts, one Deewan-e-am for public audience and Deewan-e-khas for personal use, both of which are beautifully designed. The fort also houses collection of Royal memorabilia which makes you wonder at the affluence of the rulers then.

Jantar Mantar (Observatory):

This observatory where huge masonry instruments were used to study the movement of constellations and stars in the sky amply proves that Jaipur rulers had scientific temper. It has a huge Sundial which still provides accurate time.

Hawa Mahal:

It is the iconic monument of Jaipur city with hanging latticed balconies originally designed for leisure for royal ladies and is a fine piece of Rajput architecture. 


Pushkar has the temple of Lord Brahma the only one in India and is considered sacred for among Hindus. It is also famous for Pushkar fair, which attracts lot of foreigners. 


Famous all over the world for famous Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, it is customary to pay obeisance at the Dargah when visiting Rajasthan. Laks of devotees from all religions visit here round the year to seek his blessings.

City Palace, Udaipur:

Built by Maharana Udai Singh, it is one of the grandest forts in the entire Rajasthan. It has several beautiful buildings with huge towers looking over Lake Pichola. It has crystal gallery, which has royal artifacts and world’s largest collection of crystals. 

Jagdish Temple:

It is situated in City Palace complex and is one of the oldest temples in Udaipur dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The four-armed Idol of Lord Vishnu in the main shrine is carved out of single black stone and is a great piece of art.

Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal:

It is entrusted to preserves and presents the rich art, culture and traditions of Mewar. It has a museum, which exhibits rural dresses, ornaments, puppets, folk musical instruments and paintings of Rajasthan. 

Pichola Lake:

This one of the most beautiful lake is surrounded by gardens, temples and old havelis and is a major tourist attraction. The lake palace situated in the middle of it adds to its beauty and a boat ride can provide you the most scenic views around the lake with City palace as its backdrop.

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