Know the History of Rajasthan with Rajasthan tour packages 7 days

Rajasthan is the place of the warrior princes of India. If you desire to discover the most amiable and colorful state of Rajasthan, opt for Rajasthan itinerary for 7 days, through which you can visit many exciting and elegant attractions and know about its history in brief.

The beautiful palaces and massive forts of the Rajasthan are symbolic of the massive power and architectural wealth of brave and passionate rulers. A never-ending war like circumstances necessitated a defensive style of architecture for their citadels. The inherent desire to protect their state till death made them construct strategically positioned enormous fortresses on hilltops. These fortified places, sometimes with as many as seven impregnable gateways, provided a perfect retreat for the ruler, with military structures alongside opulent palaces.rajasthan trip 7 days As a symbol of the ruling empire, those were conscientiously built with well-defined areas like male and female residential apartments, the public and private audience halls, the armory, the treasury, pavilions, landscaped gardens, ornamental fountains etc, which can be explored with Rajasthan trip for 7 days. Within the secured walls, the heroic Rajas and their bedecked self respecting rains who observed purdah lived lavish life surrounded by fabulous frescoes, murals, paintings, gilded furniture, fine carpets, precious stones, and jewels.

With the help of Rajasthan tour packages 7 days, visitors can explore a number of gorgeous and attractive destinations which are Jaipur (the Capital City of Rajasthan and known as the Pink City of India), Jaisalmer (the Golden City of India), Jodhpur (the Blue City of India), Bikaner (the Camel City), Pushkar (the Sacred City), Udaipur (the City of Lakes), Mount Abu (the Only Hill Town of Rajasthan), Mandawa (the City of Havelis), Ranthambore, Ajmer, Chittorgarh, Bundi, Kota, Bharatpur, Alwar and many more. These all amazing destinations never fail to charm a number of the tourists throughout the years.

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