Many centuries ago, India was known for its kings and queens and their riches. Even today, everything about Rajasthan and Rajasthan tourism oozes royalty. It takes us back to an era when the kings and queens decided the fate of the land and its people.
Apart from lessons in history, Rajasthan also has other treasures in its cusp. These include wildlife sanctuaries, lakes, Sufi shrines, Jain temples, hill stations, monuments museums. Let’s explore some off-beat destinations that offer a glimpse of these in a glorious manner.
Guarded by the royal cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur, Deogarh offers the tourists a tranquil abode among the woods. The place houses the Ragho Sagar Lake, which is a bird watcher’s paradise. Deogarh was once a fort and still offers tourists an opportunity to visit the Gokul Garh Fort, a short distance away. You can also spend time with the people of Deogarh village to get a taste of the village life in Rajasthan.
This hamlet situated in the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan holds the Magnetic Fields Music Festival as an annual event. The Havelis in Alsisar bring alive an old-world charm that is hard to find. You can stay at the Alsisar Mahal, enjoy the hospitality of the wonderful staff, energize yourself with a swim in the pool, and dine in the aesthetically decorated dining hall.