“Rajasthan, the land gifted with the beauty of the Mother Nature and rich heritage, is a vivacious and captivating region where the royalty meets the tradition in a blend of hues against the immense barren settings of sand and desert. No doubt, the compelling state is the most brightly hued canvas painted by the God.”
Rajasthan is well known as the land of Dunes, Lakes, Forts and Palaces. The gorgeous state is like a splendid open air museum where its rich heritage and culture, majestic havelis, unconquerable forts, music, dance, arts and many such characteristics are on the display for the tourists to capture the true fragrance of this marvelous terrain. The beautiful ponaroma of the region keeps calling the tourists for more. Culture and history of this area is so intensely entrenched together that every bit of its area has its own stories of sacrifice and bravery. The state boasts a plenty of tourist attractions. However, the famous 3J’s of Rajasthan are predominantly known amongst the visitors throughout the world. These 3 J’s of Rajasthan are Jaisalmer, Jaipur and Jodhpur.
Hawa Mahal in Jaipur
· Jaipur: It is the capital of Rajasthan. Many of the buildings in the city are painted with pink color and therefore this city is also renowned as the ‘Pink City’. The astonishing city is named after Sawai Jai Singh II, who is the founder of this city. This wonderful city is considered as a must visit tourist destination while on the vacation to see the tourist sites of Rajasthan. The breathtaking forts and palaces of Jaipur bind the travelers to an extent that they can’t even shift their eyes. Some of the most remarkable and alluring places to visit in Jaipur are Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Sisodia Rani Garden, Jal Mahal, Birla Mandir, City Palace, Amber Fort and Albert Hall.
Blue City - Jodhpur
· Jodhpur: It is also known as the Blue City of India. This city foregrounds a rich culture and heritage. It treats the tourists with a rough splendor of the barren deserts. Jodhpur is an amazing city that proffers the visitors some of the most arresting architectural sites with an extensive variety of tourist charms in the form of magnificent palaces, gleaming lakes, majestic forts, colorful markets and sacred pilgrimages. Some of the spell binding attractions for the tourists visiting Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Museum, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Nasiyan Jain Temple and Mount Abu.
· Jaisalmer: The tempting city of Jaisalmer proffers vast choices for the tourists to visit. This picturesque city is well known as the Golden City of India. Jaisalmer is an abode of the perfect blend of scenic beauty and historical significance. Jaisalmer Fort, located over the Trikutta Hills, is one of the must see tourist attractions and is also a celebrated landmark of the city.
Tourist cities in Rajasthan are no less than the marvels. The winds that blow in these cities put in the picture-the tales of valor and courage. The forts, palaces and barren deserts bind the tourists and make it hard for them to return back. Indeed, the 3 J’s of Rajasthan are somewhat like a trader that trades the memories to cherish throughout the life!