Destinations for Honeymoon – Rajasthan (Marwar)

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We discussed Mewar region of Rajasthan in the last post. Now we have Marwar for you. Marwar welcomes you with its sandy expanses. Here again you will get to see forts of majestic proportions. It has also been seen in popular films. A glimpse of the must see places are given below:

Jodhpur mehrangarh fort

Jodhpur or the Blue city is a romantic place for the newly-weds. The Mehrangarh Fort takes you back centuries into the life of the royals. You will enjoy the various ‘Mahals’ within the fort which as in immaculate condition. The Sheesh Mahal is particularly fascinating. Nearby is Jaswant Thada. It is a memorial built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, by his son.  It is a white marble memorial, built out of intricately carved sheets of marble. Umed Bhavan Palace has a small museum which is quite interesting. It is the official residence of Maharaja of Jodhpur Gaj Singh. A part of the Palace is now managed by Taj Hotels.

Jaisalmer Amar Sagar

Jaisalmer is famous for the ‘Sonar Qila’. The Jaisalmer Fort is called due to its yellow sandstone walls. This fort was inhabited by the entire population of Jaisalmer but now a few remain. The Raj Mahal and Rani Mahal clearly demarcate the difference in the treatment of males and females in those days. the Jain temple within the fort is not to be missed. The elaborate carvings are spectacular. Patwon ki haveli is nearby is appeasing to the eyes. We recommend a night halt at desert camp where you get to enjoy a camel ride into the vast expanse of desert, sunset on the desert, authentic Rajasthani food, folk dance and music and a lavish tent all to yourself. You will be surprised at the privacy and convenience provided in the tents.

Amber Fort Ganesh Pol

When anyone says Jaipur the one thing that pops in your mind is the Hawa Mahal. It has 950 windows. Once in Jaipur do not miss Jantar Mantar. It has centuries old devices used by Indians to measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars in their orbits, ascertaining the declinations of planets etc. Amer Fort is another Fort not to be missed. Most of the film, ‘Jodha-Akbar”, was shot here. You can take a elephant ride to the top of the fort. Other notable places to see are Jal Mahal, Birla temple and Raj Mandir Cinema Hall.

Ajmer district is of religious importance to both Hindus and Muslims. Pushkar has one of the few Bramha temples in the entire world. Ajmer is also known for the shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti.

Ghats on the Pushkar lake, Rajasthan

You will get lot of photo ops. Mojris and other leather goods are trademark of Rajasthan and you’ll get them here for cheap. Same goes for lehriya sarees and salwar kameez.

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