Monday, February 19, 2018

5 MINI ROADTRIPS FROM JAIPUR YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY TAKE !

Samode Placed at a brief distance of 42 Km from the Pinkcity, Samode is a heritage getaway from the hustle bustle of the city. Samode...

Lesser known tourist places in Rajasthan – Bhainsrorgarh

Bhainsrorgarh – A fort on a river of glass Around 300 km from Jaipur and further south of Kota city, stands the mighty and yet...

Lesser Known Tourist Places in Rajasthan – Baroli Temples

Baroli Temples – Hidden ancient wonders Abhay Saxena One of the oldest and most striking temple complexes in India is located in Baroli village near Rawatbhata...

Five top tips for enjoying JLF

It is that time of the year when literature fever is high and excitement is building for the biggest ever line-up at the 9th...

Lesser known tourist places in Rajasthan – Ranakpur Temple

Abhay Saxena Ranakpur is a small village in south Rajasthan, located in Pali district at a distance of 91 km north-west from Udaipur. It is...

Rajasthan Unveils New Tourism Promotion Campaign

Jaipur, January 15, 2016: Rajasthan has launched a multi-year, multi-modal, multi-narrative and multi-crore global campaign to galvanize tourism in the state with a view...

TEMPLE TOURISM IN RAJASTHAN

- Dr. Anukrati Sharma Rajasthan is a land of traditions and culture. It holds a unique status with its diverse and distinct heritage, culture, tradition,...

NEW EXHIBITION GALLERY INAUGURATED AT THE CITY PALACE MUSEUM

Jaipur, 27 September: On the occasion of the World Tourism Day, a new exhibition gallery at the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum was...

Lesser Known Places in Rajasthan: Kumbhalgarh

-Abhay Saxena Considered to be the most impregnable fort in Rajasthan, Kumbhalgarh is a massive complex located 82 km north of Udaipur. Built in 15th...

Travel Industry Upbeat with GITB

Jaipur, 19 April: The 8th edition of The Great Indian Travel Bazaar ended with euphoria among the travel trade. The ‘buyers’ and ‘sellers’ expressed great...