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Chittorgarh

Sargam Tour & Travels ChittorgarhRajasthan, which means ‘Land of the Kings’, is awash with beautiful palaces and majestic hilltop forts silhouetted against rich and varied topography. As India’s second largest state, with a well-developed infrastructure, Rajasthan simply pulsates with life. Everywhere people are walking, riding, running, sitting, talking, buying, selling, haggling or just ‘being’, and Rajasthan’s sheer wealth of culture, tradition, dazzling colour and ancient sites have attracted and captivated generations of visitors.

Rajasthan India’s second-largest state – similar in size to France – is largely covered by the ever-encroaching Thar Desert, but despite its aridity, Rajasthan was once remarkably prosperous: Traders from as far a field as Persia and China had to cross its dry plains to reach the southern ports of Gujarat, something the warrior princes of Rajasthan were quick to capitalize on. Today the principal attraction of Rajasthan – the post-independence name for Rajputana, literally “land of princes” – is the large variety of forts and palaces its aristocrats built throughout the centuries, making it one of the most popular destinations in India. But Rajasthan offers so much more than desert castles and culture – from tracking down tigers in the Ranthambhore jungle (incidentally, the best place to spot wild tigers in Asia) to gaping at the world’s most intricately carved marble temples on historic Mount Abu. Peopled by proud turbaned men and delicately boned women in saris of dazzling colors, the “land of princes” is rich with possibilities, and offers easy road access to the less-traveled state of Gujarat.

You could plan to spend your entire trip to India in Rajasthan, which is within easy striking distance of Delhi (and the Taj) by train, plane, or road. Certainly you’ll need at least a week to take in the major destinations.

But perhaps the best reason to visit Rajasthan is to experience its unusual hotels: The state has almost 80 heritage properties – castles, palaces, forts, and ornate havelis – many of which are still home to India’s oldest monarchies. This must be the only place in the world where, armed with a credit card, you can find yourself sleeping in a king’s bed, having earlier dined with the aristocrat whose forebears built and quite often died for the castle walls that surround it. Known for their valor and honor, and later for their decadence, the Rajputs are superb hosts, and it is almost possible to believe that you, too, are of aristocratic blood, as a turbaned aide awaits your every wish while you marvel at the starry night from the bastion of your castle. Long live the king (and queen), for you are it.



Attractions of Chittorgarh
Royal Retreat
Royal Retreat Introduction Hotel Royal Retreat is located amidst beautiful surroundings in the countryside of Udaipur. The quiet and serene surrounding of this hotel is sure to rejuvenate you. Be prepared for an experience – simple, pure yet ethereal. It was originally a bungalow belonging to an art connoisseur. Now it.

Bhartrihari Temple
Bhartrihari Temple: Bhartrihari Temple is an immensely popular temple of Alwar, India. Centralized location of Bhartrihari Temples makes it easily accessible and popular among tourists. Accessibility of Bhartrihari temple is approximately 30 kms from the city and is positioned quite close to Sariska National Park. Huge number of devotees often

Ajmer Museum
Museum: This imposing edifice was converted into the Ajmer Museum in 1908 and is open from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. throughout the week except on Fridays. The museum houses 6th and 7th century Hindu sculptures and fine examples of Rajput and Mughal armour. A black marble statue of Goddess

The Bharatpur Palace
The Palace: This royal edifice is a fusion of the Mughal and Rajpat architectural styles with magnificent apartments and intricately designed floor tiles having interesting patterns. One can marvel at the ancient exhibits displayed in the museum in the central part of the palace The museum occupies the main central wing

Talkies at Jaisalmer
The locals love speeches and discussions and you are welcome to join in or just listen to one of the Ramesh Talkies which are often held near.



How To Get There - Chittorgarh

By Air
Chittorgarh does not have an airport of its own. .

By Rail
Chittorgarh railway station is located on the western banks of Gambheri River. It has rail links with Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jaipur, Kota and Delhi.

By Road
The main bus stand is also on the western banks of Gambheri River. There is good bus service for Ajmer, Bundi, Kota and Udaipur from Chittorgarh.


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