The desert state of Rajasthan has launched a brand new tourism ad campaign, which will make you to visit its tourist places,great forts and give you a complete makeover to the diverse cultures and landscape of Royal Rajasthan. Rajasthan tourism’s ad also has a brand new logo of camel,moustache,desert and birds, Wondering where the new Rajasthan tourism ad campaign were shot ?
Garadia Mahadev is a magnificent temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in Kota, situated at the gorge of the river Chambal and offers a panoramic view of Chambal river. This place is one of the most beautiful place in Rajasthan,located in the scenic hilly location and offers breathtaking beautiful and mesmerizing view of Chambal river gorge and plains.
Amer Fort is the principal tourist attraction of Royal Rajasthan and part of the group Hill Forts of Rajasthan, World Heritage Site. The Palace and Fort has courtyard,big gates,Garden,Sheesh Mahal and Sila Devi temple.
Jodhpur is among the first few Indian cities to introduce hot air ballooning, along with other tourist destinations of Rajasthan like Pushkar,Ranthambore and Jaisalmer. The unique and adventurous balloon safari offers mesmerizing view of Rajasthan monuments, forts and palaces.
Chand Baori stepwell is one of the most attractive landmarks in Rajasthan and one of the deepest and largest stepwells in India. This ancient stepwell is situated in the village of Abhaneri near Jaipur and considered as one of the most overlooked landmarks in the country.
The abandoned, cursed and haunted village of Kuldhara is located near Jaisalmer,which is a ghost town and said to carry a curse of the villagers. Kuldhara is the top 15 most beautiful abandoned place of India and one of the haunted or ghost town of Rajasthan along with Bhangarh.
Palace Of The Winds or Hawa Mahal is the most distinctive landmark and one of the prominent tourist attractions in pink Jaipur city. The pyramidal shaped monument is a five-storey unique structure with its 953 small windows,constructed of red and pink sandstone.
Bikaner is the jewel of great Indian Thar Desert and famous for its large Forts and Palaces,Camel Safari,picturesque golden sand dunes,big havelis and Hindu temples. The city has a rich cultural heritage and host number of tourist attractions such as Junagarh Fort,Karni Mata Temple,Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary and National Research Camel Centre.
The ancient fort of Kumbhalgarh is a 36 km long fortification with the second longest wall in the entire world and known as great wall of India. Kumbhalgarh Fort is situated on the range of Aravalli in Rajsamand District and is the second largest fort in Rajasthan after Chittorgarh Fort, also part of the world heritage site of Hill Forts of Rajasthan.