Rajasthan is also known as “the Land of Kings”. It is without a doubt one of the most stunning states of India that is loaded with luxury palaces and royal forts of ‘maharajas’ those represent their magnificent empire. The attractive tales related with the remnants of idealistic and affluent history of the region that truly makes it the most enchanting choice for the travellers to explore at least for once in a lifetime. Moreover, to the reminiscent bits and pieces and refurbished lavishness, Rajasthan has lots more to display and fascinate the interest of the sightseers. This eye-catching state is the terrain of deserts, places, vibrant art, prosperous culture and tradition.
The state is also well-known for its vivid festivals, traditional foods and impressive handmade artwork. The place is packed with the wonderful tourist sites and amazements; it is listed amongst the worth-visit state of India.
Let’s travel to explore and see places in Rajasthan in 3 days trips.
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
Mehrangarh Fort was constructed by Rao Jodha, a Rathore Rajput in a year of 1459, This fort is one of the leading forts in India. Now, this fascinating ancient fort is operated by the forefathers of the Maharaja of Jodhpur. The fort is situated on a 122 m high mount 400 feet on top of the city and encircled by splendid broad walls; the fort has seven access gates. Out of seven gates, the visitors above all seek Lohapol (Iron Gate) that has a number of small disastrous hand prints, the sati grades of the widows of Maharaja Man Singh, who in 1843 tossed themselves on his pyre. These entire things catch the attention of the travellers and increase their interest to find deep into the past and know more about the destination.
Amber Fort and Palace, Jaipur
Amber Fort is situated at a distance of 11 km away from Jaipur, this is a capital city of Rajasthan, and the Amber Fort and Palace is well-known as the Amer Fort is one of the famous forts of Rajasthan that draw the travellers from all over the world. It is recognized for showing different components of the Hindu tradition in an imaginative way. It is constructed with the marble and red stonework, the Amer palace compound encompasses of the Diwan-e-Aam (the Hall for Public Audience), the Diwan-e-Khaas (the Hall for Private Audience), the Sheesh Mahal (also known as Jai Mandir) and the Sukh Niwas (Hall built for artificial cooling). This palace has offered a great stately residence for the Rajput Maharajas and their families.
Jain Temple, Ranakpur, Udaipur
Amber Fort is located in Udaipur at Ranakpur, the Jain temple is one of the most spectacular one out of all the other Jain shrines in India. The temple is dedicated to the first Tirthankara of Jainism- Adinatha, this place of worship is made from light colour marble. It has discrete shikharas, towers, domes and cupolas. The temple is well-maintained by above thousand marble pillars that exhibit wonderful carvings, which are the most fascinating traits of this holy place. It comprises four facades that stand for the four routes of Tirthankara’s attack.
Elefantastic is placed in Amber city just 1km far from the Amber palace that sets in the smallholding of Elefantastic that at present offer home to 24 female elephants and 1 male elephant. The travellers can enjoy a thrilling elephant ride and also get cherished experience inside the elefantastic.
Kumbhalgarh Fort, Udaipur
The imperial Kumbhalgarh fort is situated just about 82 kms away to the north of Udaipur- the ‘City of Lakes’. It is the second imperative fort of Rajasthan after Chittorgarh in the Mewar district. This fort was constructed by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century bloated through the 19th century; Kumbhalgarh is the origin of Mewar’s enormous king Maharana Partap. The fort is currently open for the visitors and is remarkably light up each evening for a few minutes.
Dilwara Jain Temples, Mount Abu
The stunning Dilwara Jain temples are situated around 2½ kilometers from Mount Abu– the only hill station of Rajasthan. It was constructed between the 11th and 13th centuries by Chalukya, these holy place are most popular in the world for their enthralling marble work. There are five famous temples of Dilwara that is Shri Mahaveer Swami Temple, Shri ParshavNath Temple or Khartar Vasahi Temple,Shri AdiNath Temple or Vimal Vasahi Temple, Shri Rishabdaoji Temple or Peethalhar Temple and Shri NemiNathJi Temple or Luna Vasahi Temple. The temples are devoted to five Jain Trithankaras and are considered as a pilgrimage site for the Jains.
These are all places to see in Rajasthan that can be done in 3 days.