Tourism

Lesser Known Spots of Rajasthan

Kumbhalgarh

No matter how many places you visit in Rajasthan during your trip, there will always be some important places left to be watched thanks to the innumerable forts and temples spread along the length and breadth of this large Indian state.
Here we have presented 5 off beat places in Rajasthan which you will not generally find in tour packages and holiday planner’s lists.
1) Suraj Garh Fort, Surajgarh
The castle of sun or the Surajgarh fort is an 18th century fort which is now open for travelers and guests to give them a taste of royal lifestyle. It is situated in the Sekhawati region of Rajasthan. The magnificent interior decoration and the surrounding ambience is something which will give you a different level of satisfaction.

2) Mahansar
Situated in the Sekhawati district this small town has its own importance. There are a huge collection of antique literatures, paintings and crafts in the havelis of this place. Make sure to visit the Mahansar fort during your visit here.

3) Baroli Temples
If you want to travel back in time you do not necessarily need a time machine. Visit the ancient Baroli temples near Bundi. Constructed around 9th century this temple area experiences very less tourists round the year. Famous for ancient Shiv-lings a visit to this place can give you a totally different experience.

4) Kuchaman
The Kuchaman fort situated in the Kunchaman is a lovely place to visit. Be it the Sheesh mahal (decorated with expensive stone) , the Meera mahal (dedicated to Meera bai) or the jal mahal (underground swimming pool) this fort is all about the royal lifestyle of the bygone era.

5) Kumbhalgarh
Kumbhalgarh was once a symbol of Rajputana pride and glory. The great wall of Kumbhalgarh resisted numerous foreign attacks during that time. Situated around the beautiful Aravali hills this fort has a great historical significance with numerous temples, cannons and towers. The walls of Kumbhargarh are counted among the top 3 longest walls in the world which makes it necessary to visit this place.

Kumbhalgarh

Temples and walls of the Mewar Kumbhalgarth Fortress in the Aravalli Hills in Rajasthan in western India. Kumbhalgarh fort has perimeter walls that extend 36 kilometres in length, which makes it the third longest in the world after the Great Wall of China and the Great Wall of Gorgan in Iran. The frontal walls are fifteen feet thick.

If you are planning to visit Rajasthan during your holidays try to keep a day or two in hand to visit these off beat places which very few people know about.

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