Rajasthan tour from Mumbai

Mumbai the capital of Maharashtra, there is many reasons to visit here. This city is one of most frequented place in India and you can find here many travelers, from all over the country every year. Here you can enjoy the natural beauty of the Juhu Beach, the Nehru Park and Arabian Sea, gastronomic joy of the food joints at Chowpatty and restaurants located all across the city, and marvels building including SiddhiVinayak Temple, Haji Ali, Gateway of India and the Elephanta Caves, near about 10 km. from Mumbai. We offer Rajasthan tour from Mumbai where you visit some famous attraction places of Mumbai then we visit some attraction places of Rajasthan.

 

Interesting Places of Mumbai-

 Gateway of India- This place one of the main landmarks of Mumbai. It’s situated at the Apollo Bunder, the Gateway of India was built in honoured of King George V and Queen. Here you can enjoy a ferry ride across the harbour to the Elephanta Island. At this Island, there is a Shiva temple you must visit for its charming rock-cut structures.

 Prince of Wales Museum- Prince of Wales museum is a major tourist attraction of Mumbai. With the lovely land of the Museum is worth visiting for its collection of rare coins, art, sculpture, old firearms and a priceless collection of little paintings etc. This museum was built in the year of 1914, the museum remains one of the best museums in the country.

Siddhivinayak Temple- This temple is one of the most popular and attraction places of worship in Mumbai, this temple are dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple was renowned on the site of a 200-year old temple. This black stone idol of Lord Ganesha with the two and a half feet in height and two feet in width. Many pilgrims gathering in this temple in the Prabha Devi area of Mumbai.

 

The Rajasthan, is best known for the land of the Kings, and emulate the story of warriors and their courage, glory, romance, and tragedy at the clean land of the desert. Here the awful monuments, forts & palaces still show their historical glory with their ancient building dazzle still so fresh. Here you will enjoy like the Amber Fort, City Palace-Jaipur & Udaipur and the desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer highlights the true glory of this amazing land and wonderfully list in the Rajasthan India Tours.

 

Some attraction places of Rajasthan –

 Jaipur- The Jaipur is located in the western state of Rajasthan in India. There are many historical monuments that it defended, narrate the stories of the courage of Rajput rulers during the early past. Here travel to Jaipur will enable you to have peep into the cultural heritage of India. Here in Jaipur the main attractions places are like Amber fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Galta temple, Birla Mandir, Govind Devji temple and Albert hall museum etc. for sightseeing.

Jaisalmer- Jaisalmer as also known as “the Sun City”, it’s founded by Prince Jaisal a Krishna Vanshi Rajput in 12th century, thus the city of Jaisalmer was named after him. The city is crowned by fantastic fort, named Sonar Kila or Golden Fort it is the main landmark of Jaisalmer. This fort is also called the Jaisalmer Fort that many families bright palaces and amazing Jain temples. Thus this desert city of Jaisalmer is also famous for thrilling sand dunes and exciting camel safaris.

Jodhpur- Also known as Sun City of Rajasthan, the Jodhpur is the second biggest city, and it’s founded by Rao Jodha ji in 1459 and at present time is the famous travel place for best excursion. Here the tourist attractions places of Jodhpur City are including the Umaid Bhawan, Osian, Girdikot and Sardar Market, the Mehrangargh fort, Government Museum, Maha mandir, Balsamund Lake and Palace and Rohet. There are some local fair & festivals of Jodhpur city that will make interest to the tourists most are like Nag Panchami, Nav Sati, Gangaur, Veerpuri fair, Holi, Marwar festivals and Diwali etc. These festivals are enjoyed with amidst great cheer and religious zeal.

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