Category: Rajasthan

BANESHWAR TEMPLE

BANESHWAR TEMPLE

The Beneshwar temple, containing the most revered Shiva Linga of the region, is situated on a delta. formed at the confluence of Som and Mahi rivers. The Linga is believed to be Swayambhu or self created .It stands five feet...

BADAL MAHAL

BADAL MAHAL

The Badal Mahal, built using Pareva stone, is another splendid palace of Dungarpur. Located on the banks of GaibSagar Lake, it is renowned for its elaborate design and a fusion of the architectural styles of the Rajputs and the Mughals....

GOVERNMENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

GOVERNMENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

This museum was established with the objective of displaying sculptures collected by the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Rajasthan, mainly from the Vagad region. The Dungarpur Royal family helped set up the museum by gifting land and its...

GAIB SAGAR LAKE - Dungarpur

GAIB SAGAR LAKE – Dungarpur

The lake is famous for the shrine of Shrinathji that rests on its banks. The shrine complex contains numerous exquisitely carved temples and one core temple, the Vijay Rajrajeshwar Temple. This temple of Lord Shiva displays the skilled craftsmanship of...

JUNA MAHAL

Juna Mahal (Old Palace) is a 13th century, seven-storeyed edifice. It is built on a high platform constructed from Pareva stone and its rugged exterior gives it a resemblance of a citadel. It has been elaborately planned with fortified walls,...

UDAI BILAS PALACE

The Udai Bilas Palace has been named after MaharawalUdai Singh II. Its striking design follows classic Rajput architectural style and boasts of detailed designs in its balconies, arches and windows. A beautiful wing built of the local bluish grey stone...

CAMEL SAFARI - JAISALMER

CAMEL SAFARI – JAISALMER

Get off the beaten track and see Rajasthan in the best way possible – via the ship of the desert, the camel. There are plenty of reliable safari tour operators to choose from. You can take a one-day tour or...

THE DUNES OF JAISALMER

HAVE YOUR OWN SAND STORY @ THE DUNES OF JAISALMER

Away from the urban chaos and at the heart of the sprawling Thar Desert, experience Rajasthan in its true essence. Camping under the sparkling skies of Rajasthan, treats you to the celestial wonders. Feel the warm sand under your feet...

DESERT FESTIVAL - JAISALMER

DESERT FESTIVAL – JAISALMER

Organised by the Department of Tourism around January-February, the Desert Festival is the best place to enjoy rich and colourful Rajasthani folk culture. The high points of the festival are puppeteers, acrobats, camel races, camel polo, folk dances, etc.

KULDHARA - JAISALMER

KULDHARA – JAISALMER

84 medieval villages were abandoned by the Paliwal Brahmins overnight. The two most prominent of them are Kuldhara and Khabha, located about 18 and 30 kilometres respectively from the southwest of Jaisalmer. The ruins of Kuldhara and Khabha are fine...

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