Short essay on Rajasthan: A Tourist Paradise

The Rich Rajpoot history of Rajasthan has given to this state a large number of forts, palaces, lakes, animal – reserves, Havelis, paintings, sculptures, and architectural wonders. The state capital, Jaipur, has the Amer fort, the Nahar Garh Fort, the Hawa Mahal, the city palace, the Jantar-Mantar, and the Albert Museum.

Similarly, the worth visiting places of Alwar are, Bala Quila, located on a 300-meter cliff, Siliserh, a famous summer resort Sariska, Alwar’s wildlife sanctuary. Deeg, near Bharatpur, is known for its palaces and gardens.

Ranthambhor near Sawai Madhopur is a national park. It is famous for its tigers. Ajmer and Pushkar are famous for their religious places. Kota, Bundi, Jhalawar, Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Chittorgarh are famous for palaces, forts, and paintings. Udaipur with its lakes and palaces has a great attraction for tourists. Thus, we see that Rajasthan is a Tourist Paradise.

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