The thousand faces of RajasthanOpulent palaces and enchanted gardens: Rajasthan evokes daydreams and fairy tale fairy tales.
India is a great cauldron in which there is everything, with its marked spirituality that is perceived by visiting the many sacred places whose facades are open-air narratives of epic gestures, with its faceted humanity, made of accentuated modernity of technological curiosity, of playful evasion and of the widespread veneration that characterizes this people as few in the world.
Rajasthan's outstanding architectural heritage impresses the visitor with its marvelous forts, majestic and finely carved temples, sumptuous palaces and even smaller buildings with sophisticated decorations make Rajasthan one of the most beloved and fascinating territories for the enthusiasts of architecture.
To describe Rajasthan you could begin by citing the beautiful monuments of Japur town, the capital, delightfully dressed in pink, the color that characterizes the beautiful facades of the Old Town. Of all the most famous is undoubtedly the Hawa Mahal, the Palace of the Winds, laced with a thousand of windows and niches serving women to look out onto the street without being seen. In the vicinity of the city stands the majestic Amber Fort, also reachable through an elephant hike.
The city of Jodhpur is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan and also one of the most popular and popular tourist destinations of all India. Thar's desert entrance gate, Jodhpur enjoys bright and sunny weather throughout the year, which is why the city is known as the "Sun City", but also as the Blue City, due to the dominant blue that houses homes of the old town.
The rich cultural and folkloric heritage has been well preserved. The town founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, belonging to the Rathore clan, includes some festivals such as Gangaur and Holi in March, all celebrated with great joy and religious fervor, folk dances and traditional shows. The Polo has been Jodhpur's real sport since the Middle Ages, and the enthusiasts will not be silent to see the various equestrian events held here. The Meherangarh Fort is definitely one of the masterpieces for which the city is remembered. Of ocher color, this twin-century rajput fort has been used as a residence by the maharaja and the city view from this point placed on a 150 meter high is exceptional.
About 300 kilometers from here, Jaisalmer, stands out as an imposing sand castle in the desert of Thar. It was 1156 when Rawal Jaisal set the first stone of this citadel, surrounded by high walls, which was crossed by caravans of merchants. Today it is populated by about a thousand people living in the alleyways and narrow lanes in the 99 ramparts surrounding the agglomeration. A walk through the walled mosaic is an unbeatable experience, discovering the hundreds of haveli, the typical houses that surround it.
About a dozen kilometers from Ajmer, Pushkar is a lovely town surrounded by a mystical aura that makes it magical. In this city, which is a Hindu cult worship and most famous pilgrimage site in India, is celebrated the celebrated cattle festival, which attracts tourists every year and is curious. According to legend, god Brahma made three lotus flower petals descend into three places around Pushkar, where three small lakes formed.
The sweet hills of the Aravalli embrace Udaipur, often known as the Venice of the Orient. Romantic and languid, the city is reflected in the waters of Lake Pichola. The island of Jagniwas and the island of Jagmandir rise from the inside of the lake mirror, dazzled by the presence of the first mention of Lake Palace, a mansion built by maharana Jagat Singh II in 1754, which occupies practically the entire surface of the 'island; The second, Jagmandir, is home to the palace built by maharaja Karan Singh and Jagat Singh between 1628 and 1652.
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