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Hi, I would highly recommed The Great Wall of India Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan - http://lighttravelaction.com/kumbhalgarh-rajasthan-india-detailed-guide/ Close to Kumbhalgarh is Ranakpur An Architectural Marvel of India - http://lighttravelaction.com/ranakpur-jain-temple-rajasthan-india/ You can read about more places like the Haldi ghati, chetak smarak etc here - http://lighttravelaction.com/udaipur-tourist-attraction-road-trip-rajasthan/ Regards Richa
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Hello. In Rajasthan so many places and i recommend to visit jodhpur. City of fort, palaces and ancient temple. You enjoy many places over there. Also if you have time visit jalore fort. Superb place with ancient jain temples on fort hill.
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Hi Kul, In Rajasthan you can visit Sambhar Lake, 50 kms away from Jaipur, Kumbhalgarh and Chittorgarh from udaipur. Barmer, Banswara, Kuchaman, Mahansar and Rawla Narlai are some of the other off beat places in Rajasthan. Go through the following article for more information
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You can visit jaisalmer, udaipur and dont miss mount abu. Enjoy the authentic food, culture and also go for camel safari..
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Hi, You can explore many places is Rajasthan like Udaipur famous for lakes and Palaces, Kumbhalgarh, Mount abu- this is the only hill station of Rajasthan , Jaislmer , Jaipur, Pushkar etc. For itinerary details pls refer to this link- http://www.letmego360.com/tour-packages/Udaipur
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Jaisalmer, kumbhalgarh
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Yes. Churu , Ramgarh, Bissau, Mahanagar, Also sar, Ratan nagar in Rajasthan would be a completely off the track route.
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