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Honeymoon Places in Rajasthan
Rajasthan, the desert state of India, is a major honeymoon destination in India. The vast expanse of desert in various hues till your eyes goes, green and blue of oasis, majestic forts, princely palaces, handsome havelis, well stocked museums and glorious history of Rajasthan are the factors for people to decide for.
Comfortable accommodation facilities ranging from budget hotels to luxurious heritage hotels, well-developed transport facility, good connectivity from one city to another and convenient location from North India are the major positive factors for Honeymoon in Rajasthan.
Places to visit in Rajasthan
- The Palaces and Forts
The state is acknowledged for its beautiful architectural delights and buildings from the Empires of Rajputs and Mughals, and hence you can have a very regal and majestic honeymoon within the royal walls of these palaces. You can take a visit to the Mehrangarh Fort and the popular Umaid Bhawan Palace of Jodhpur, which now have been changed into Heritage hotels. The City Palace, Lake Palace, Saheliyon ki Bari in Udaipur are some other places where you can have a quiet and very touristy experience of a honeymoon.
Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Niwas Palace, and Lal Garh Palace of Bikaner are equally charming places to see during your Honeymoon in Rajasthan, while Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar of Jaipur are a must in the Honeymooners' itinerary. Chittor city also has its architectural delights to boast of in Chittorgarh Fort. It is a sure thing that you will get mesmerized in the beauty of these structures along with the company of your partner, during your honeymoon in Rajasthan.
- The Lakes
Don't you dream of a romantic honeymoon where you can take serene walks along the serene lakes or go for a peaceful boat ride, then Rajasthan is the place for you with its numerous lakes. The Pushkar Lake of Pushkar town, the Fateh Sagar Lake , the Pichola Lake on which the beautiful Lake Palace is standing, Rangsagar Lake and Swaroopsagar Lake of Udaipur are some mesmerizing honeymoon destinations in Rajasthan. The Foysagar and Anasagar Lake, the artificial lakes at Ajmer are some more lake places that the couples can enjoy in Rajasthan while paying obeisance at the Durgah sharif.
- Hindu and Jain Temples
You can also start your honeymoon or your new life, for that matter, with visiting some famous temples and shrines in the country and what better than Rajasthan could offer that. Sri Sawai Bhoj Temple at Pushkar and the Jagatpita Shri Brahma temple , which is a popular temple in the World, are brilliant sites , the renowned Jain Temple at Ranakpur is an absolute architectural delight. Shrinathji Temple at Nathdwara, the Jain Temple inside Ranthambore Fort, Lakshmi Narayan Temple at Jaipur, the popular Dilwara Temples at Mount Abu, Bhandasar Jain Temple of Bikaner and other Jain structures of Jaisalmer.are some more exquisite places for religious trips on a honeymoon in Rajasthan.
If you want to have a honeymoon in the wilderness of Rajasthan , then the popular Wildlife Sanctuaries are a treat for you. Keoladeo National Park and its Siberian Cranes are World famous tourist attractions, while the Tigers of Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore National Park will bring you in awe. There are also elephant and jeep safaris available inside the parks which you can enjoy with your partner.
- Mount Abu
Amidst the golden sands and desert charm, you can still find a breezy green haven in the town of Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan, which also has its own lakes, palaces and temples to boast of.
- The Fairs and Festivals
A honeymoon in Rajasthan is incomplete without having a glimpse into the cultural treats of the state, through various fairs and festivals of the state celebrated in pure colorful manner. The Camel Fair Festival in Bikaner is very interesting with the camel games and races, the Pushkar Fair is full of brilliant handicrafts, while Elephant Fair at Jaipur also offers you elephant rides to enjoy with your partner. In these fairs you can enjoy the traditional dances of Kalbelia and nomad herds, which can also be enjoyed during Teej festival.
Shopping in Rajasthan
A colorful place like Rajasthan is a shopper's paradise, with its brilliant handicrafts and jewelery. You can buy their exclusive textiles, and semi-precious stones also. The traditional ghagra choli and antique jewelery would be a good present for your wife. The intricate work on their furniture and wooden handicrafts are great in demand. And do not forget to buy Bikaneri namkeen, sweets from Jodhpur and yellow stone, or the wall paintings from Jaisalmer.
The honeymoon couples are in for a treat here, with the exquisite dishes and spicy food of Rajasthan. Mawa and pyaaj kachori, dal bati churma, missi roti , makhaniya lassi and ghevar are some of the most popular cuisines , that you can enjoy on your honeymoon in Rajasthan. And do not forget to take back the snacks and namkeens from Bikaner as a remembrance for some time.
Through a honeymoon in Rajasthan you can live some extremely surreal moments in the splendid places. So get into the mood of romance after learning about the fairy tale love stories of some of the kings, queens, princes and princess of Rajasthan and have an absolutely royal honeymoon in Rajasthan.