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Top 10 Places to Visit as a Student in Rajasthan 2019

Rajasthan, the state with a history of forts, palaces and Monarchs, is one of the most beautiful states of India, captivating hearts with its rich culture and festivals. From mesmerizing lakes to the rare species of the wild, from Deserts to the Hills, Rajasthan is home to the magnificent beauty of History, Culture and Nature. Filled with plethora of places to rejoice, here is a list of Top 10 places to visit in Rajasthan as a Student.

Top 10 Places to Visit as a Student in Rajasthan 2019

First Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Mount Abu

Mount Abu

Being the only Hill Station amidst the Deserts, Mount Abu is the unique flavour of Rajasthan in the Aravalli Range, Sirohi District, bordering with Gujarat. Historically the Summer Resort for the Rajputs, Mount Abu is unique to Rajasthan because of its pleasant weather and lush greenery all around. Guru Shikhar is the highest peak of Mount Abu which makes it famous not only for scenic beauty but also for religious beliefs. One can enjoy boating in the Nakki Lake to have the panoramic view of the hills. And how can you miss the mesmerising sunrise and sunsets from the hills of Mount Abu, with your friends and hot tea just making it perfect!

Second Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Astroport Sariska

Astroport Sariska

Do you ever dream of lying down under the umbrella of night sky full of twinkling stars? If yes, then Sariska Astroport is just the right place for you!  

It is situated near the Aravalli Hills in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, just 5 km away from the Sariska Wildlife Reserve, which is home for the Royal Bengal Tiger. Away from the pollution and hustle-bustle of city, the flagship tourist resort of Astroport India Private Limited is the darkest place in India, presenting the amazing view of sky, perfect for night sky observation! It offers a plethora of thrill along with a wonderful learning experience.

At Sariska, astronomy is mixed with thrill and adventure, along with care for Nature. One can experience the eco-friendly standard of living, with a bundle of adventure activities like Cycle Tour, ATV Bikes, Self-Balancing Boards, Camel Safari and many more.

Listen to the voice of Astronomer within you and do explore the magnificent World of Planets and Twinkling Stars mixed with thrill and adventure, at Astroport Sariska!

Third Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Ranthambhore National Park

Ranthambhore National Park

For the wildlife Photographers and Lovers out there, The Ranthambore National Park, northern India’s biggest and most renowned National Park, is just the right spot! Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of south-eastern Rajasthan, the park is home for the Bengal Tigers, Indian Leopard, Nilgai, Rhesus Macaque, and 539 flora species. Tigers, basking under the sun or ambling, are easily spotted during safari rides amidst the dry deciduous forest and open grasslands. India’s second largest Banyan Tree is said to be situated near Padam Talao, the largest lake of Ranthambore Reserve. 

Fourth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort

Are you the one interested in mysteries and paranormal activities?

If yes, then you will definitely like to visit the Bhangarh Fort, located on the border of Sariska Reserve, Alwar district of Rajasthan. A hoarding saying, “Entry into the Fort is restricted after sunset and before sunrise”, issued by the Archaeological Survey of India greets you once in the precincts of the Fort. The fort, built by Bhagwant Das for his younger son, is believed to be cursed and haunted! Despite the rumours, people are attracted towards this Fort, and it continues to be filled with tourists during the daytime. A lot many stories and incidents are famous, claiming to be the possible reasons for the place to be haunted. But, how about visiting Bhangarh Fort and finding the reason yourself?

The exterior of Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan.

Fifth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Udaipur- The City Of Lake

Udaipur- The City Of Lake

The Venice of East, Udaipur, also called the City of Lakes because of its amazing lake system is one of most Romantic and Heritage City in the World. The Vintage Car Museum, operated by the descendants of Maharana Pratap houses rare Mercedes models, 1937 Opel models, 1936 Vauxhall and Rolls- Royce, which are still in working condition and available for public access! You can almost touch the monsoon clouds from the Monsoon Palace or Sajjangarh Palace, situated around 950m above the sea level. Pichola Lake, near the City Palace, is the main attraction of the city. It laps Lake Palace, Jag Mandir Palace and Mohan Mandir under its warmth. Well, an evening with your sweetheart enjoying the beautiful city lights of Udaipur is a perfect moment!

The panoramic view of lake Pichola alongside the beautiful City Palace, Udaipur.

An evening view of the City Palace Complex.

Sixth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Pushkar Camel Fair

Pushkar Camel Fair

Extended for a period of 14 days during the Kartik Purnima in the month of November, the fair attracts 1000s of camels, horses and cattle every year. The beautified and decorated Camels and cattle are traded in the fair and the cultural activities and Melas add to the grace of the fair. It brings you very close to the rich heritage and culture of Pushkar, Rajasthan. You can buy authentic camel products and also try out ice-creams, sweets and other dishes made out of camel milk!

Seventh Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Kota

The capital of business multiple and coaching, Kota situated on the banks of Chambal River, is famous for its kachoris and Dussehra celebrations. The Jagmandir Palace talks to the waves of the Kishore Sagar Lake as its situated in the middle of the lake. The 7 Wonders Park is the pride of Kota, mimicking smaller versions of the 7 Wonders of the World in just one Park. Kota is also called the Land of Chambal.

Clockwise from the top: Aerial View of Chambal River, Ghatotkachh Circle, Seven Wonders Park, Bansal Classes, Jagmandir Palace, Aerial view of a part of Kota, City Mall, Garh Palace, Aerodrome Circle

Eighth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

The Pink City- Jaipur

The Pink City- Jaipur

The capital city, Jaipur is the largest city of Rajasthan and is called the Pink City owing to the dominant pink colour of its buildings. Jaipur is rich with its history of forts and palaces, their beauty and architecture. With Jantar – Mantar observatory and Amer Fort designated the World Heritage Sites, it houses mesmerising beauty of Hawa Mahal- the Palace of Winds, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, City Palace, Birla Mandir and other Temples.

The Raj Mandir Theatres is a “Don’t Miss”. It offers overwhelming experience and is the best movie theatre in Rajasthan. The markets of Jaipur are yet another beautiful sight, loaded with clothes, bags, artefacts, crafts and other products drenched in the colours and flavours of Rajasthani Culture.

The hot air balloon ride across the Jaipur City is the best way to enjoy its Forts and Palaces as a whole!

Amer Fort

Ninth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer State, a World Heritage Site, stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone and is therefore called The Golden City. It’s crowned by the Jaisalmer Fort and other royal palaces along with Jain Temples. It inhabits several museums which speak about history, culture, art, architecture, religion and beauty of Jaisalmer. The Jaisalmer War Museum, Cactus Park Museum, Desert Culture Centre & Museum, Baa ri haveli culture centre and 450-year-old haveli in the fort are some of the famous museums in Jaisalmer.

The rusty, rural desert life in India can be experienced through a Camel Safari in Jaisalmer and the desert camps with cultural performances add to the Carnival atmosphere! No one can miss the mesmerising sunset from the Vyas Chhatri Sunset Point.

And, the beautiful rooftop restaurants of Jaisalmer are perfect with good cultural food and lovely atmosphere.

The Golden City – Jaisalmer

Tenth Place you must visit in Rajasthan

THE HOLY CITY OF AJMER

The Holy City Of Ajmer

Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti at Ajmeri Sharef

Located at the centre of Rajasthan, Ajmer is one of the oldest and major cities. Its known for the Pushkar Lake and the famous Brahma Temple at Pushkar is an ancient Hindu Pilgrimage. Situated at the foot of Taragarh hills, the white marble building is the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti.  The prime Sufi order in India, the Chishtiya Order was founded by him. On the 6th and 7th of Rajab, The Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti is celebrated every year. The Akbari Fort and museum exhibits collection of Mughal and Rajput armour and sculpture.

Ajmer is called the Holy City because of the presence of many temples in the city and the most important Muslim Pilgrimage Centre, the dargah of Ajmer Sharef. 

The bustling and chaotic city of Ajmer surrounds the Ana Sagar Lake ringed by Aravalli Hills.

You can visit the Holy City to pray from Lord and rejoice the magnificent ancient architecture!

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