Chokho Rajasthan

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Chokho Rajasthan

The journey begins from Sun city or Blue city of India which is Jodhpur, followed by Golden city Jaisalmer and then to Camel country of India Bikaner Later the tour ends in Pink City.

On this tour, we explore places and try to experience the real side of it. Know why all these places got different names from Storyteller. Explore, Experience, and be like locals is the USP of this tour.

Train to Jodhpur

Today we board the train from your selected destination for Jodhpur. Overnight in Train.

Day 0
Day 1

Arrival Jodhpur

Today we arrive at Jodhpur Station and then transfer to Hotel in Jodhpur. The capital of the Rajput kings, Jodhpur, historically known as Marwar, has a long history of customs still practiced today.

It is situated to the west of the capital city of Jaipur and enjoys bright, sunny weather all year long. That is why it is called "Sun City". Another unique feature of this large city is that practically all of the homes located around the Mehrangarh Fort are painted in blue, earning the city the nickname "Blue City."

Here's what you will get to do in this magnificent city. Mehrangarh Fort Sukh Mahal: Because of its magnificent design and rich history, Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort is considered one of the city's most important landmarks. Rao Jodha constructed the Fort in 1459. It is regarded as one of Rajasthan's most fearsome and gorgeous forts, situated atop a 125 m high hill in the vicinity of Jodhpur city and spans an area of 5 km.

Maharaja Man Singh constructed the Sukh Mahal, often known as the Pleasure Palace, in Meherangarh Fort in 1806. As its name suggests, the structure's purpose was to enhance the pleasure of the royals who resided within the Fort.

Phool Mahal: One of the Mehrangarh Fort's most lavish and distinguished period chambers is called Phool Mahal (Flower Palace). It was constructed in the 18th century by Maharaja Abhaya Singh and used as a pleasure chamber for female dancers during his rule. Visitors flock here to see the lavish lifestyle of the former kings and queens.

This room is exquisitely ornamented, and the ceiling displays the precious gold filigree taken from Gujarat after the monarch defeated Mughal Governor Sarbuland Khan. A rare collection of paintings, royal portraits, and the renowned raga mala paintings are shown in the room.

Sheesh Mahal: The Maharaja Ajit Singh of Marwar, who ruled between 1707 and 1724, had a private suite that included the Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors.

It is situated at the back of a hall in the Maharaja of Jodhpur's residences in the Mehrangarh Fort. Sheesh, Mahal's painted gesso panels under the arches feature images of gods and goddesses, including Brahma, Shiv-Parvati, Devi, and Ganesh, seated on thrones. The plaster artworks with vibrant colors go nicely with ornamental mirrors. The use of mirrors and the painting style demonstrate how strongly religion and culture influenced that period's art.

Sardar Bazaar: In Jodhpur, Sardar Bazaar is regarded as one of the busiest markets. The well-known clock tower is flanked by stores that sell bangles in various colors, suit lengths, spices and savories, vegetables, bamboo and wood items, and typical Jodhpur dyers on the streets.

Clock Tower market: The Clock Tower market, or Ghanta Ghar, is a famous landmark in Jodhpur. The Clock Tower is one of Jodhpur's most recognizable landmarks and a bustling market that delights shoppers. Located close to the Sadar Market, it is visited by travelers on shopping excursions. The ancient city market still retains its charms, and an account of these is mentioned in Lonely Planet.

Meals: Lunch and Dinner

Jodhpur - Jaisalmer

Today, we drive down to Jaisalmer, the Golden City from Jodhpur, after your breakfast. Jaisalmer is in the middle of the Thar Desert and an old commerce hub. It is recognized for its golden sandstone architecture and is referred to as the "Golden City."

Jaisalmer Fort, a vast hilltop fortification supported by 99 bastions, commands the skyline. The majestic Maharaja's Palace and elaborately carved Jain temples stand right behind its imposing walls.

You also get to visit Gadisar Lake. The lake, which is located just outside the municipal limits, formerly served as the only water storage facility for the arid city of Jaisalmer. Due to its pleasant climate and beautiful surroundings, the Gadsisar rainwater lake is a well-liked picnic destination. It offers a fantastic vantage point from which to view the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort as it is bathed in the brilliant tones of the rising sun.

Enjoy the sound and light show in the evening at Gadisar lake. Get a captivating camel ride to discover Rajasthan's stunning cities and villages. What could be better than traveling through the desert on a camel? The Camel Safari lets you ride the animal and takes you through the towns and the desert. This is the best way to tour Rajasthan's the Thar Desert.

Overnight at the Campsite in Jaisalmer

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 2
Day 3

Jaisalmer

Today morning after breakfast, we will take you on a City tour of Jaisalmer. You get to visit the following locations. Jaisalmer Fort: Jaisalmer Fort is listed in the Hill Forts of Rajasthan category of the UNESCO World Heritage List. It was constructed in 1156 AD by the Rajput emperor Rawal Jaisal, from whence it got its name. On Trikuta Hill, the fort of Jaisalmer rises amid the vast, sandy Thar Desert and has seen countless conflicts. The fort blends into the yellow desert due to its enormous yellow sandstone walls, a yellowish lion hue during the day, and fades to honey-gold when the sun sets. Due to this, it also goes by the names Sonar Quila and Golden Fort.

Patwon ki haveli: A classic architectural marvel, Patwon ki Haveli is located near Patwa valley and contains five palaces, all built by a wealthy jeweller and brocade merchant. It is well known for its exquisite murals, lovely balconies or jharokhas, gateways, and archways. It shouldn't take more than an hour to walk through the haveli.

Nathmal ki haveli: According to legend, Nathmal-ki Haveli in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, is about 500 years old. Its exterior is exquisitely carved, and the interior is painted with little paintings. Two architect brothers who worked independently but with unique synchronization developed the left and right portions of this haveli in the 19th century.

Mandir palace: The most recent addition to Jaisalmer's numerous cultural and historic landmarks is Mandir Palace. It still stands as a class apart with its incredible exquisiteness and grandeur, even though there are forts, dunes, and houses that are more than a millennium old. The Badal Vilas, roughly translated as "Villa in the clouds," is the most prominent aspect of this majestic house. This tall building offers a panorama of the entire city of Jaisalmer.

Longewala War Museum: The Longewala War Museum pays tribute to the men who fought in the 1971 battle of Longewala. It honors the Indian Army's bravery and sacrifices. The museum was consecrated and made available for public viewing on August 24, 2015.

Bada Bagh: Initially constructed as a garden complex memorial, Bada Bagh was later extended by The Bhatti rulers of Rajasthan. The main draw of Bada Bagh is its beautifully sculpted cenotaphs and chhatris of former kings. Raja Jaitsi II, who controlled the kingdom at the beginning of the 16th century, is commemorated by the monument.

Overnight at the hotel in Jaisalmer.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Jaisalmer - Bikaner

This morning you will proceed to Bikaner. On arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. Later proceed for a half-day city tour, visiting Junagarh Fort, one of the most interesting forts in Rajasthan. Later you get to visit the National research center on camels, Lalgarh palace and Museum, and the famous Karni Mata mandir.

Junagarh Fort: The majestic Bikaner Junagarh Fort is the city’s center, built around it. Originally known as Chintamani, the fort was renamed the Junagarh or Old fort some time in the 20th century. Rao Bika laid the Junagarh fort's foundations in 1478. But back then, all it was was a stone fort. The current opulent building was officially opened on February 17th, 1589.

National Research Centre on Camels: Visit Asia’s biggest camel farm just 8 km away from the city. Set up by the Central Government under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, the center promotes research and development on camels. The center was established in 1984.

Lalgarh palace and Museum: A major monument of Bikaner, the palace houses the 4th largest library in the world and is famous for its Mughal and European architecture etched in lattice sandstones. Beautiful pillars, exquisite fireplaces, Italian colonnades, and beautiful filigree work can all be seen throughout the complex. The Darbar hall and an art Deco indoor pool are located in the Karni Niwas wing.

Karni Mata Mandir: Karni Mata, also known as Bhagwati, Jagdamba, and Kiniyani, is a Hindu goddess of force and victory who is characterized as a warrior sage and is said to have resided in Western Rajasthan between the 14th and 16th centuries. In northwest India, the Rajputs and Jats have Karni Mata as their patron goddess.

Overnight at the hotel in Bikaner.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 4
Day 5

Bikaner - Jaipur

Today, post breakfast, we will proceed to Jaipur, the Pink City. Once we reach our destination, we just get to check into the hotel and relax. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. You could enjoy some local shopping and later visit Choki Dhani.

Choki Dhani: Chokhi Dhani is a popular tourist destination. It is a resort with a mission to fully immerse visitors in Rajasthani culture. A village setting inspires the resort's entire motif, and numerous cultural events occur here. Visitors from all around the world come to enjoy the distinctive experience.

Overnight at the hotel in Jaipur.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Jaipur

Today's sightseeing of Jaipur city will include a range of wonders. Amer Fort: One of India's most majestic palaces, the Amer Fort, is perched on a hill close to Jaipur. This magnificent structure, also known as the Amber Fort, is a masterpiece of architecture and plays a crucial role in Indian history. It is famed for its maze-like tunnels and spiral stairs. The fort, only 11 miles from Jaipur, is a large complex made of pink and yellow sandstone.

City Palace: The city palace is located in the heart of the pink city. Built sometime between 1729 and 1732 AD by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II, the stately home includes the famous Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. Chandra Mahal or Chandra Niwas is the present residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur and one of the most powerful buildings in the complex. Mubarak Mahal is considered an auspicious place and displays the architectural charm of medieval India.

Jantar Mantar: Constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur in 1724, Jantar Mantar is an observatory with the primary goal of compiling astronomical tables that would aid in predicting the time and motion of celestial bodies like the sun, moon, and other planets.

Palace of Winds: The famous Hawa Mahal, or Palace of Winds, was built in 1799 by Kachhwaha Rajput ruler Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, inspired by the Khetri Mahal structure in Jhunjhunu. It was an extension to the royal women's chambers, which acted like a screen to view the street proceedings in secret.

After these visits, we return to the hotel for a leisurely rest of the evening.

Overnight at the hotel in Jaipur.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 6
Day 7

Jaipur - Mumbai

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and head to the railway station to catch the train back to your hometown, filled with beautiful memories.

Meals: Breakfast

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