Udaipur: The Venice of the East
Udaipur, the Venice of the East as they say, Is a city of the state of Rajasthan, north of India. The city is famous for its many lakes, most have an amazing Maharaja palace in the center. It is an old city, with a special touch, that is being modernized more quietly than the rest of the country. It is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains and built between three lakes.
Pushkar: A small sacred city
Pushkar is a small sacred city, At the foot of the desert of Rajasthan. It stands out as a sacred city in India, where thousands of pilgrims come every year. It stands out for its lake surrounded by ghats and temples, the great majority of colors white and blue. It is one of the few cities where Brahma is worshiped. Seeing the sunrise on any of its ghats and its faithful sanctifying themselves with its waters and the music that comes from its temples is an unforgettable experience.
Amber Fort: The jewel of forts
Amber Fort is undoubtedly the jewel of forts in the hills of Rajasthan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is situated on top of a strategic hill in the village of Amer, about 20 minutes drive from Jaipur, and is a monument worth seeing once in the Jodhpur seems like something out of the Arabian Nights.
Mehrangarh Fort (Rajasthan)
The Mehrangarh Fortress is one of those places that captivates the imagination from the first second you see it. The fifteenth-century fortress built on a rocky hill looks 120 meters over the broad plains surrounding Jodhpur and looks like something out of a fairy tale or a thousand and one nights – no wonder it was a shooting place For epic Hollywood scenes like Batman or Star Wars.
Ranakpur: A jewel of Jainism
Just over 3 hours drive north of Udaipur, we visited the Ranakpur site. It is known for its very beautiful monuments, the most amazing, the temple of Adinath, January is a shrine architecture of a beautiful complexity. A real gem sight.