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Havelis Full review
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Historic Buildings: In the past, the landlords and wealthy used to live in huge houses known as Havelis. These Havelis used to be the symbol of the local architecture and culture. There are many famous Havelis in India such as the Lal Haveli, Patwon Ji ki Haveli, etc.
Haveli is a traditional townhouse or mansion in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, usually one … [..]

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Rajmahal square Full review
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Wonderful Exciting Experience : The rooms are pretty old and it is a mid-range hotel. There was no geyser in the room. I wanted to start early in the morning, so I had to adjust with the cold water to take bath. The bottled water they provided was not sealed.

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Lodurva Full review
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A Must Visit : 16 Km from the city. Lodurva is the ancient capital of Bhattis Rajputs and was once a flourishing city but lost most of the splendor when the Bhattis shifted their capital to Jaisalmer. Nevertheless this place is a major tourist attraction and attracts a lot of attention due to ruins of Jain temples, Kalptaru & Peacocks.
Lodrawa is a village in Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan, India. It is 15 km to the north-west of Jai… [..]

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Karni Mata Temple Full review
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A holy temple flooded with rats: Karni Mata Temple is one of India’s strangest attractions owing to the abundance of rodents here. The Legend has it that on the refusal of death-god Yoma to reincarnate the son of a grieving storyteller, Karni Mata decreed that all the family members of the storyteller will be reincarnated as rats on death. The sacred tradition is to enter bare-footed in the temple, and the devouts consider …
Karni Mata Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnoke, 30 km from Bikaner, in Ra… [..]

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Chittorgarh Fort Full review
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Historical Architecture with breathtaking beauty: Regarded as the symbol of Rajput valour, resilience and fearlessness, Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India. It is perched at the height of 180-meters on a hillside overlooking the river Berach. The fort is renowned for its seven gates, magnificent palaces and beautiful temples. Chittorgarh fort was named as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013.
The Chittor Fort or Chittorgarh is one of the largest forts in India. It is a World Heritage Site. … [..]

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City Palace Full review
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Fascinating: Overlooking the Lake Pichola and soaked in brilliance lies an architectural marvel of Rajhistan known as the Udaipur City Palace. This majestic palace lures the attention of thousands from all over the world. The palace is a wonderful fusion of Medieval, European and Chinese style of architecture. The imposing towers, the formidable domes and arches, add to the flavour of this historic site.
City Palace, Udaipur, is a palace complex situated in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan. It was built … [..]

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Ranakpur Jain Temple Full review
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A Sublime Experience: Words can't describe the elegance of this flamboyantly ornate temple. The imposing structure, the intricate carvings, the minutely and wonderfully engraved pillars, and the sheer splendour of this architectural marvel leaves one wondering about the artistic sense of the designer. This place has an aura that can fascinate anyone.
The renowned Jain temple at Ranakpur is dedicated to Tirthankara Rishabhanatha. Dharna Shah, a loca… [..]

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Mehendragarh Fort Full review
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"the work of giants": Mehrangarh Fort with its splendid architecture and diverse history is one of the most impressive and majestic forts in Rajasthan. Standing a 100-feet high in brilliance on a steep cliff with its lustrous red sandstone, and imposing yet haunting beauty, it lures attention from all over the globe. So immense it is in proportions that Rudyard Kipling pronounced it as “ the work of giants”. It i…
Mehrangarh Fort , located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is one of the largest forts in India. Built around… [..]

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Haveli Nadine Leprince Full review
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Elegant Mansion and Art Gallery: Restored beautifully to its past brilliance by French artist Nadine Le Prince, this 210-year-old mansion is one of the most magnificent havelis in Rajhistan, India. The rooms are so flamboyantly decorated, and the architecture of the building is a treat for the visitors' eyes. There are small galleries that display historical artefacts of the Shekhawati region.

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Junagarh Fort Full review
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The fort that could not be conquered!: Set in the heart of the Bikaner, this magnificent fort endured the test of times and stood unconquered in the face of several attacks. It boasts a collection of artefacts and Maharajah's memorabilia. The exquisite furnishings, the incredible latticework, the intricate stone carvings and the striking portraits make this place a must-visit tourist destination. The fort is an emblem of Rajastha…
Junagarh Fort is a fort in the city of Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. The fort was originally called C… [..]

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Bhagton-ki-Haveli Full review
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Beautiful Haveli with some stunning Frescos: The haveli has some exquisite murals and ceiling painting depicting local culture, hunting and war scenes, and scenes from Hindu mythology. The haveli has a massive wooden gate, an emblem of the Shekhawati region havelis. The haveli is a magnificent symbol of the glory of the yesteryears.

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Parasrampura Full review
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An Exciting Place: Parasrampura was the Thikana of Bhojraj Ji Ka of Shekhawat Rajputs and site of a small Castle. If you are in Rajasthan, then you must visit this place. You will learn a lot about the history of Jhunjhunu by visiting this place.
Parasrampura is a town in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan in India. It is located 43 km south east … [..]

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Bhainsrorgarh Full review
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Breathtaking Views : This was the best ever stay for me while staying outside for me at Bhainsororgarh Fort Hotel, I had booked this hotel for two days with the help of local people on arrival of my tour at Kota. Easy booking and check in process made me relaxed and happy.

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Market street, Mandawa Full review
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Vivid Shopping Place: Indian Markets are incredible places to experience the heritage and cultural richness of "God's Own Country". The main bazaar (market) in Mandawa is one such place. A crowd puller as it is, the market offers a variety of merchandise to buyers ranging from stunning paintings and decorated furniture to glittering jewellery pieces.

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Snehi Ram Ladia Haveli Full review
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Wonderful Place : This is a historical place named Sneh ram ladiya haveli... This the most important part of our culture. A wonderful experience in such a venerable hotel. If you are in Mandawa, Rajasthan, then you must visit this place. Excellent Place!

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Old Town of Jodhpur Full review
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Nice Place : An area around the clocktower is a local market. There are many people. Cars and auto rickshaws can drive through the area. You can buy cheap local goods and food such as a sari, bangles, clothes, tea or spices etc.

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Aath haveli Full review
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A Must Visit: Another one of the palatial mansions in Nawalgarh. This ancient former home of a wealthy businessman is in reasonably good condition and well maintained. The walls, pillars, archways and ceilings are decorated with paintings and murals that leave one in awe of the patron and the artists.

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Khedvan Bhavan Full review
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A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE : The last time I was here was for an event in May, and this time was in September for my parents' anniversary dinner! We had high expectations and Bonefish Grill did not disappoint! A must visit if you are in India.

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Little streets of the Fort Full review
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AN Antique Place : Awesome street perhaps 8 blocks filled with shops - food, art, antiques, auction houses. Lots of doing and see. You could spend a whole day! Cafe Brio is a standout. Polychrome Gallery is great. The two auction houses are great to pop in and visit.

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Roopangarh Full review
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Can't Afford To Miss This Place : Very fortunate for the current generation to experience a night's stay at this palace attached to the fort. Very very big rooms and excellent service by the staff. Very good food and service. Special mention of Gopal (Supervisor) and Gopal the Foodservice person. Spectacular view of the Palace itself as well as a dining room, tennis court, sitting areas and antique collections and more

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Gadisar Lake Full review
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Serene Beauty: The entry to the lake is through a magnificently carved yellow sandstone archway known as Tilon Ki Pol. Surrounded by ornate Temples, Shrines and Ghats, the lake offers a picturesque sight to behold. One can take a boat-ride or sit at any of the ghats to mesmerize oneself with the captivating sunset scene.

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City Palace, Kota Full review
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Enthralling and Captivating: The City Palace is an emblem of the rich cultural and heritage treasures of Kota. A popular tourist attraction, it is adorned with magnificent frescos, beautiful wall paintings, engrossing mirror hangings, and vivid flower decorations. The lush green gardens surrounding the palace add to the majesty of this wonderful place. The museum here displays a wonderful collection of ancient weapons, a…

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Goenka haveli Full review
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A Depiction of the Past: A symbol of the Rajasthani art and culture, the haveli is a must-visit for history enthusiasts and admirers of the beautiful art. The haveli is renowned for its impressive artwork which depicts the creativeness of the craftsmen that built it. The exquisite carvings on the walls and pillars are a treat for the art-lovers.

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Ghats Full review
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A Beautiful Mountain Range : A good place to visit during monsoons of india or the time in August when it’s closer to its end. We went out at night in a group to explore the reptiles of the region and spotted this beautiful green snake hidden in the greens of a tree waiting for its pray.

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Eklingji Full review
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A quiet temple outside of Udaipur: This Shiva temple, 22km in the North of Udaipur, looks a little bit rough from outside, but its interior is magnificent. It is a relatively quiet and well-maintained place. You will not find here the crowd and commercial harassment that you may find in other similar temples.

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Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli Full review
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Captivating and Magnificent: The Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli, Mandawa, is one of the most magnificent Havelis in Rajasthan. It is flamboyantly adorned with elegant paintings. The majestic portraits of the Sarafs portray the majesty and brilliance of yesteryears. One of the most engaging paintings is of Maharaja playing with his bushy moustaches. This place is a must-visit for esthetes.

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Khuri dunes Full review
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Desert Beauty: It is a perfect place to relish the wonderful desert experience. The amazing camel rides, the enchanting bonfires, the melodious folk music and "Kalbeliya" dance makes this place an extraordinary excursion. The spectacle of the star-gaze in the night is breath-taking.

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Lalgarh Palace Full review
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Historic Hotel: This majestic hotel is known for its imposing red-stone architecture and beautiful and intricate carvings. Surrounding by the lush green garden with dancing peacocks the hotel is a memorable place to enjoy quality holidays. Its 19th-century structure with regal decorations distinguishes it from other hotels in the town.
Lalgarh Palace is a palace in Bikaner in the Indian state of Rajasthan, built for Sir Ganga Singh, … [..]

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Baroli Full review
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Ancient Indian Temples with beautiful architecture : One of the most famous places to visit in Rawathbhata, Baroli has some of the ancient temple complexes in Rajasthan constructed in the Pratihara architectural style and containing some excellent example of beautiful artwork of the yesteryears. All the temples are well-maintained and offer a unique scene to behold.

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Singhania Haveli Full review
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Emblem of the Shekhawati Region: Built in the 19th-Century, the Jagannath Singhania Haveli is a symbol of the artistic culture of Shekhawati region in Rajhistan. The haveli is quite attractive thanks to its magnificent paintings and murals. Some of the exquisite frescos exhibit pictures of Radha and Krishna in romantic postures.

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Savitri Mata Temple Full review
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Quite Place : View of pushkar city from this place is superb. We went for sunset and it was good. The rope if ok , thought the rope was stops in the middle to have the view of the city, the glass windows are very old and can't see anything from the trolly cars in rope way.

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Garh Palace Full review
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A Divine Place : Breath taking view from top of the Fort. But nowadays top location is closed due to some dispute. It is a private property. It is not government undertaking. Entry fee is Rs 80 fir Indians. Very calm &, Silent location. Good for pre wedding shoot.

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Taragarh Fort Full review
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Epitome of the Rajasthani Architecture: The Taragarh Fort with its overwhelming brilliance is an emblem Rajasthani architecture. It is renowned for it six formidable gates. The Miran Saheb ki Dargah, a tribute to the valiant Miran Saheb who sacrificed his life defending the fort against an enemy attack, is located inside the fort. The Fort offers a picturesque spectacle of the city to the visitors. The ornate stone sculptures of e…
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Dhabhai Kund Full review
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Interesting and Intricate architecture: Dhabhai Kund, renowned for its impressive geometric architecture, is a famous sightseeing spot in Bundi, Rajhistan. It was constructed in 16th-century as step well for the provision of water to drought-hit regions of Rajhistan. It is well-known for its exquisite carvings and wall-paintings.

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Kotah Garh Full review
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Bewitching and Enthralling : It comprises several architectural structures and is ornately decorated with imposing wall paintings, intricately carved ceilings, and fascinating floral art. This Museum has an extensive collection of weapons, royal insignia, ritual apparatus, and world-renowned miniature portraits and wall frescos. The surrounding magnificent gardens add to the grandeur of this stunning structure.

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Brij Vilas Palace Government Museum Full review
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A Journey through the local culture and its glory: The legacy of the charms of yesteryears palaces has now been preserved as museums. One such museum is the Brij Vilas Palace Museum set in Rajasthan, Kota. The museum's collection eulogizes the grandeur and majesty of the royalty of Kota and Bundi kingdoms. The remarkable feature of the museum is that it brings to the attention of the visitors the heritage of the local culture. The visit is …

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Fateh Prakash Palace Full review
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Royal in Majesty and Breathtaking in Spectacle: Named as the "Best Heritage Hotel" by the Department of Tourism, India, the Fateh Prakash Palace is renowned for its traditional Marwari hospitality and elegant facilities. A picturesque sight bordering the Lake Pichola, the palace epitomises the magnificence and opulence of its regal past. Its unique crystal gallery exhibits one of the most extensive collections of crystals in the world.

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Taj Lake Palace Full review
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Incredibly Magnificent: Taj Lake Palace is one of the most romantic hotels in the world. Built by Maharana Jagat Singh II as a summer palace, the hotel has been featured in many TV serials and film, including "Octopussy", owing to its royal majesty and regal ambience. The surrounding scenery is as breathtaking as the grandeur of the palace itself.
Lake Palace is a luxury hotel, which has 83 rooms and suites featuring white marble walls. The Lak… [..]

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Jagdish Temple Full review
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A major tourist attraction in Udaipur: Dedicated to Hindu Lord Vishnu and the largest temple in of the city the Jagdish temple is a major tourist attraction of Udaipur. The imposing statues of elephants at the entrance fascinate the visitors. The temple is flamboyantly decorated with beautifully engraved pillars and colourful ceilings. The spire of the temple is staggering 79-feet high and dominates the skyline of the city.
Jagdish Temple is a large Hindu temple in the middle of Udaipur in Rajasthan. A big tourist attract… [..]

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Kumbhalgarh Fort Full review
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Symbol of the glory of Rajhistan: The fort is a fine example of the Rajput structure and a symbol of the indomitable spirit and grandeur of the Rajputs. It houses a number of temples; the Mahadev temple in the basement is a significant highlight. The light and sound show narrates the complete history of the fort.
Kumbhalgarh is a Mewar fortress on the westerly range of Aravalli Hills, in the Rajsamand district… [..]

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World Spiritual Museum Full review
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Best Place : It has few handicrafts on display which picturesque today's condition with the times of kings and display the similarities and dissimilarities. If you are on a vacation to a hill station and don't want spiritual stuff, this place is not for you.

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Dilwara Temples Full review
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Spectacular Piece of Architecture: It is one of the most beautiful Jain temples in the world and is renowned for its remarkable architecture and fabulous stone carvings and artwork. The interior of the temple displays outstanding work of human craftsmanship at its peak. The temple is surrounded by the lush green hills which add to the majesty o this beautiful architecture.
The Dilwara temples of India are located about 2½ kilometres from Mount Abu, Rajasthan's only hill … [..]

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Sardar Market Full review
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Teeming with cultural beauty: Bustling with vibrant life, dazzling colours, and grumbling noise, Sardar Market is a must-visit for an insight into the vibrant and rich culture of India's city life. The market is set in close proximity to the clock tower which is a landmark monument in the city. The aroma of the scrumptious jalebi's being sold here makes one's day.

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Osiyan Mata Temple (Shri Sachchiyay Mataji) Full review
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Part of History : Osian mata temple is situated on the outskirts of Jodhpur. The temple very beautiful and has very beautiful carvings. It is situated on a hill overlooking the village the other temples are located which belong to 11th and 12th centuries. the Village is also the center of Jain temples also, having f a large number of beautiful temples around.

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Jain Temples Full review
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A Must Visit : Wonderful Jain Temple. It is about 70-80 years old, hence the profoundness and the abstract beauty is still intact. It is just 3 minutes away from the Railway station. Must visit this Temple if you are going to Ajmer. Highly Recommended!

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Folklore Museum Full review
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Captivating Art Museum: The only architectural museum in Kerala that holds the essence of the lifestyle and culture of the past 1000 years. It is a veritable treasure trove of arts and crafts works from all over Karnata. There are over 4000 artefacts are on display here. It is considered to be one of the largest of its kind in the whole of Asia. The museum has also an extensive collection of folk art. Face Art …

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AMAR SAGAR JAIN TEMPLE Full review
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Wonderful tourist Place: Glittering in sunlight by the Amar Sagar Lake lies a masterpiece of architectural ingenuity in the deserted city of Luderwa. Amar Sagar Jain temple as it is called is a captivating edifice to behold. The intricate artwork, the beautifully crafted statues, the wonderfully carved-out pillars, and the vivid paintings make this place a feast for art-lovers and a Photographer's Shangri-la.

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Kuldhara Full review
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A quiet abandonned village in the desert: Kuldhara is an interesting ghost village, 18km from Jaiselmer. Marvelouse houses, courtyards and temples are still there. Everything is very quiet and only a few tourists visit it. It was abandonned 100 years ago by the Brahmins for an unclear reason. 50Rs for entrance by car. You cannot stay overnight at this place for the moment.
Kuldhara is an abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, India. Established around … [..]

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Sam dunes Full review
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Picturesque desert site: Imagine resting on a camel's back in an infinite ocean of desert beholding the incredible spectacle of sun-setting. The Sam sand dunes let you have this unbelievable experience. With 30-60 feet tall dunes, the Sam dunes is one of the most enthralling desert sites in India and a must-visit for desert-lovers.

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Aath haveli Full review
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Magnificent Havelis: Considered as one of the most beautiful Havelis in Rajhistan, the Aath Haveli, literally meaning eight, contains some magnificent pieces of wall art. Aath Haveli is a group of Eight Havelis. The murals in the havelis are remarkably attractive and display tremendous expertise and artistic prowess of the artists who constructed the haveli.

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Kesardev Murarka Haveli Full review
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Magnificent Haveli: The Havelis is an architectural masterpiece. The fascinating frescos are so colourful and magnificent that they spellbound the visitors. The murals have various themes including images of the Hindu gods and goddesses, birds, animals, and beautiful floral patterns. The Haveli is a must visit for art-lovers.

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Seth Arjun Das Goenka Haveli Full review
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A beautifully restored haveli: The historic haveli belonging to the Goenka Family is the only haveli open to the general public in the town. Now converted into a sort of museum, the haveli depicts scenes from the life of the yesteryears. The magnificent front door, the impressive rope-operated fans, and the ivory furnishings make the haveli an exciting place to visit.

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Monumental well Full review
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Astonishing Place : The Palace of Mysore is the most famous historical monument, located in the city of Mysore in Karnataka and one of the most visited monuments in India. Mysore Palace is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city along with Chamundi Hills.

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Sone Ki Dukan Full review
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Magnificent Haveli: Sone ki Dukan means Gold Shop. This marvellous haveli got its names owing to the stunning paintings made using the glittering gold leaf. The artwork on the ceiling is particularly intense with profuse gold adornment. The lower walls are lavishly decorated with floral and bird motifs, a fantasy of butterflies, fruit-laden trees and flowers.

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Bada bagh Full review
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Part of History : A must see when you are at Jaisalmer, it's the graves for the King's and queens and a great story on why the garden was built. Do take a guide from this place as they will explain everything in detail. Beautiful architecture and amazing history.
Bada Bagh, also called Barabagh is a garden complex about 6 km north of Jaisalmer on way to Ramgar… [..]

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GANGA MAI MANDIR Full review
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A Historic Temple : It's the only temple which is dedicated to the holy river in the city. Never visited inside as it is mostly crowded or surrounded by localities and has no so popular among other than the community who built it. Highly recommended!

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Keoladeo National Park Full review
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A lovely place. : Set between India's two major historic cities of Agra and Jaipur, this ancient park offers a glimpse of the splendour of the ancient duck-hunting reserve of the past Maharajas. It is also an important wintering area for a variety of aquatic birds flying here from Central and East Asia. The treks in the park offer a scenic spectacle to behold. Take a walk here and listen to the melody of beaut…
Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctua… [..]

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Deeg Palace Full review
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A Must Visit in India : Very beautiful palace. Restoration work going on. I'm sure it'll look so much beautiful. Not enough parking space. Not much crowded. Offbeat tourist place. The lake could have been maintained. Most visited heritage site in India and have very beautiful architecture and carving work by hands.
Deeg Palace is a palace 32 km from Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India built in 1772 as a luxurious summe… [..]

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