The Top 9 Heritage Places of Rajasthan You Will not Want to Miss Anyhow.

Rajasthan is undoubtedly one of the most vibrant states in India alluring tourists with rich cultural and traditional importance. The state is known as the land of rulers which has seen chivalric wars of foregone days. Whether you look at the amazing fortresses or the delectable casinos- everything here is just too unique and attractive. The forts and palaces of Rajasthan are quite famous. Here is an article for all those who wish to visit the magnificent heritage beauties of Rajasthan.

List of Heritage place of Rajasthan:

  1. City Palace, Udaipur: 

Udaipur is one of the most stunning and relaxing cities saturated in Rajasthan. The city has several pleasing sites that would amaze your eyes.

By the way, Udaipur City houses various beautiful forts, ancient temples, monuments, lakes, scenic beauty, and vibrant streets & markets but one heritage site that allures the maximum of tourist is “City Palace”. It is the royal palace located on the shore of Pichola Lake. The Palace was the former house of ruling King and still belongs to the royal family. The beautiful architecture of City Palace is an amazing blend of Indian architecture and Medieval European styles. This mighty complex has several corridors, pavilions, terraces, rooms, and hanging gardens which make it look royal and beautiful. City Palace welcomes thousands of tourists every day if you are in City while on tour to Rajasthan then don’t miss out to this royal and majestic Palace.

  1. Amber Fort, Jaipur:

The majestic Amer Fort is situated in Amer close to Jaipur city which is one of the famous heritage forts of Royal Rajasthan. It is one of the most liked tourist destinations in the city, thousands of visitors come here to see this magnificent fort which is still well preserved and is in good condition. The eye-widening architecture of the fort is a mixture of Hindu and Muslim architectural designs build with red stone mainly. The whole fort is beautiful but the Sheesh Mahal is the main attraction of the fort where the walls and the ceiling are inscribed with uncountable mirror pieces adorned with pretty floral painting. Another beautiful building within the fort is Sukh Mahal which has this amazingly huge and beautiful ivory and sandalwood gates. This is the place where King used to spend quality time in the company of his queen. While at Amer fort don’t miss out on night show of light and sound.

  1. Umaid Bhawan Palace And Museum:

The royal structure was founded by Maharaja Umaid Singh and it took 16 years to build this wonderful piece of architecture with 347 rooms in it. Back in time, it gave employment to the people who were suffering from drought and poverty. Umaid Bhawan is situated on the highest peak in Jaipur named Chittar Hill with the palace’s half-section is still serving the royal family. It is the house of Maharaja Gaj Singh and his family and the other part of the Palace is converted into a heritage hotel. The renowned Taj group owns this hotel. The Umaid Palace is world-famous for its elegance and stunning architecture. The palace is also counted among the royal and luxurious hotels in India. You should visit the Museum also. It has a great collection of antiques and unique old stuff from the past like the gift from Queen Victoria to Maharaja Jaswant Singh, the royal vintage car collection, and much more.

  1. Jaisalmer Fort:

The fort is known as “The Pride Of Jaisalmer” situated at the top of Trikuta hill. It is a huge yellow-colored structure with beautiful carvings and sculptures on it. Jaisalmer fort is one the majestic forts in the city which changes to honey-gold color at the time of sunset making it a bit invisible in the yellow desert and this is the reason why it is also called Sonar Quila. This big complex houses several houses, buildings, and temples, it’s like a mini-city resides in the fort itself. The fort has several wells which are still the water source for many people. The prime attraction of the Jaisalmer fort is Maharawal Palace which is famous for its marble throne. While in Jaisalmer you must visit this beautiful fort which is also a UNESCO heritage site under the Hill Forts of Rajasthan group.

  1. Junagarh Fort, Bikaner:

Situated in the Bikaner city Of Rajasthan Junagarh fort is widely known and famous for its architectural beauty and is one of the premier tourist destinations in Bikaner. In the beginning, the fort was known as Chintamani but in the 20th century, it renamed Junagarh or old fort. This huge majestic fort was built by Rao Bika in 1478, the fort inside has gardens and many pretty balconies and other structures. You can see the imprints of different architectural designs in the fort which were influenced by the different cultures of various rulers during that time. The fort attracts thousands of visitors from India as well as foreign countries. The mighty and dazzling Fort of Junagarh shouldn’t be ignored if you are on a visit to the Heritage places tour in Rajasthan.

  1. Chittorgarh Fort:

You cannot miss visiting this magnificent fort in Chittorgarh. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site under the Hills forts Of Rajasthan. Trip to Rajasthan is incomplete without visiting this one of the largest forts in the state. The history of Chittorgarh Fort is as amazing as it looks, it has witnessed so many wars of Rajput warriors, who always stood strong against all the odds. Undoubtedly the fort is the pride of Rajasthan, with its rich history and outstanding structure. The fort houses 65 historic structures, 19 temples, water bodies, and 4 memorials. Kumbha Palace and Padmini’s Palace are must visit if you go there.

  1. Adhai Din KA Jhopra:

Ajmer has this one heritage site named Adhai Din Ka Jhopra which means “shed of two and half days”. It was used to be a Sanskrit college. Later it was destroyed partially and transformed into a Mosque by Qutbuddin Aibak in 1192. It is a great example of Indo-Islamic architecture with 10 domes and 124 pillars for supporting Domes. The mosque is encircled by 7 arched walls which are engraved with Quran verses. The interior of the Mosque is inspired by Hindu Temples which makes them look more like a temple than a Mosque. You can add this to your list of Rajasthan’s heritage places to visit.

  1. Kumbhalgarh Fort:

The stunning Kumbhalgarh fort was built by Rana Kumbha. The wall around the fort is 38 km long which is 2nd largest in the world after the great wall of China. The fort has imperative structures inside such as Badal Mahal, Kumbha Palace, and the birthplace of Maharana Pratap. There are almost 360 temples inside the fort. The location and surroundings of the fort beautify it even more. One can understand how huge and beautiful it is just by visiting the fort. It is one of the largest forts in India, you should visit at least once to know the rich history attached to it.

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