Journals Rajasthan

Mewar: The Silver Triangle of Rajasthan

Created by phileasfogg on October 6, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

India’s Golden Triangle – Delhi-Agra-Jaipur – is well-known. But, though the ‘Silver Triangle’ appellation’s my own, I think it’s suitable. It's a land of white palaces and silvery lakes; a region so unpolluted, the stars are sequins in a velvet sky… yes, Mewar is the Silver Triangle.

Picture-pretty Bundi

Created by phileasfogg on September 19, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

On one bank of the Chambal in Rajasthan lies the bustling, busy city of Kota. Across the river lies quieter, sleepier Bundi, a town of narrow lanes and old step-wells. Of a deserted fortress and a palace decorated with what might be the finest medieval murals anywhere in India.

Wandering through Ajmer and Pushkar

Created by phileasfogg on March 12, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
1 Story

The small town of Ajmer is home to India’s most popular Muslim shrine, attracting millions of pilgrims every year. Just 12 km from Ajmer is another pilgrimage spot—Pushkar, home to a lake and a temple to the Hindu god of creation, Brahma.

Delhi Weekend Trip: Alwar and Neemrana

Created by phileasfogg on November 11, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

In exotic Rajasthan, but only about 3 hours’ drive from Delhi is the town of Alwar, with an underrated museum and an intriguing fort. Combined with a trip to Neemrana – home to a fabulous fort-hotel – it makes for a good weekend trip from Delhi.

3 Weeks in Rajasthan

Created by Leesa on January 16, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
1 Story

I’ve always been fascinated by images of India, the bright saris against the arid landscapes. Whilst many of our college peers had included it in their round the world trips, the most we could manage was a 3 week holiday from work.



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Step into the magic of India

Created by Quan on November 20, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

Rajasthan, on the northwest of India, is a desert land, where the maharaja lived and ruled. Many palaces are now museums, while others have been converted in high-end hotels. It is a land that weaves unending magic.

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Thar Desert India

Created by kulani on April 21, 2006

1 Review

Camel safari in Bikaner Rajasthan.

Camel trekking in the Thar Desert, India

Created by laurasmith76 on August 12, 2005

1 Story

Traveling around India is hectic to say the least. Sleeping under the stars on a sand dune provides a welcome respite from the constant clatter of India's cities. This trek was the highlight of my India adventure.

Rajasthan - A land of Rajas...

Created by anisoft on May 16, 2005

2 Reviews

Royal: this is how one can describe Rajasthan, place of kings and their glorious pasts, in one word. The magnificent forts and colorful lifestyle greet you as soon as you enter this state. Writing about these forts won't do any justice to them. Let pictures speak for themselves...

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Trip of a lifetime to Rajasthan

Created by ManuChao on September 12, 2004

3 Reviews

A guide to the most beautiful places and the warmest hospitality you are likely to find on the planet. If you are a bit unsure of where to go in Rajasthan and need some recommendations, read on.....

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