Explore the Colourful Rajasthan

A Wonderful Gift

"Every Encounter in Rajasthan is an Opportunity to connect with the Past, embrace the Present, and shape the Future."
- Anonymous

Famous Places to visit


The Pink City, known for its magnificent palaces, bustling bazaars, and vibrant culture.


A sacred town with the holy Pushkar Lake, famous Brahma Temple, and vibrant Pushkar Camel Fair.


The City of Lakes, famous for its romantic setting, picturesque lakes, and the majestic City Palace.


Rajasthan's treasure, merges wilderness and history. A popular tiger reserve offering safaris and a chance to spot the Bengal tigers.


The Golden City, renowned for its sand dunes, the stunning Fort, and intricately carved Havelis.


Known for the revered Ajmer Sharif Dargah, a significant Sufi shrine attracting devotees from various faiths.


The Blue City, home to the imposing Mehrangarh Fort and bustling blue-painted old town.


Rajasthan's desert gem, showcases ornate palaces, vibrant markets, and delectable cuisine, offering a rich blend of culture.

Things to do in Rajasthan

Explore majestic forts like Amber Fort and Mehrangarh Fort, experience the vibrant culture at Pushkar Camel Fair, visit the stunning City Palace and Lake Pichola in Udaipur, and take a thrilling desert safari in Jaisalmer. Enjoy traditional Rajasthani cuisine, attend festivals like Marwar Festival, and witness the Royal Bengal Tiger in Ranthambore National Park. Admire the beautifully painted havelis of Shekhawati, attend the Elephant Festival in Jaipur, and discover the architectural brilliance of Dilwara Jain Temples in Mount Abu. Rajasthan offers a rich tapestry of history, culture, and unforgettable experiences for every traveler.

Rajasthan's Famous Festivals

Experience Rajasthan’s captivating festivals: Bikaner Camel Festival and Elephant Festival showcase regal elegance, while the Pushkar Camel Fair and Gangaur Teej exude spiritual fervor. Each event is a vibrant tapestry of culture and tradition, offering a delightful journey through Rajasthan’s rich heritage.