Palaces, forts, camel caravans and some of the best fairs, Rajasthan is an Arabian dream come true. Literally translated to the 'land of kings', Rajasthan does everything with a pinch of royalty, whether it’s the intricate designs of its palaces or the mix of desserts like Ghewar and Boondi Laddoos, that are fit for a king’s palate. Oddly the number of palaces in the state can be beaten down by the number of varieties of desserts available here.
India's pinkest city is a multi-layered cultural extravaganza. Nostalgic, yet refreshingly cosmopolitan, the city is a feast of traditional Rajasthani flavours, served with a generous dose of India's vibrant plurality.
Experience the expansive magnificence of the Thar desert, engulfing the gilded outposts of Bikaner. Away from the characteristic bustle of Rajasthani streets, Bikaner is where the pace slows down to the undulating gait of camels and their herders that wander the streets and the deserts beyond.
Udaipur's panorama is the postcard-perfect image of Rajasthan's royal heritage that decorates the pages of travel magazines. Unmistakably opulent yet undeniably mellow, the city of lakes is a poetic spectacle that will make you sigh.
Another shade of Rajasthan, distinctively painted through the cityscape in a brilliant hue, Jodhpur is a joy to behold. Descend into the blue maze and discover the life lurking within the brilliant labyrinth.