RAJASTHAN TOUR-PART-9

TWO DAYS IN JAIPUR, 2ND DECEMBER 2018,DAY-2, PART-2

JAIGARH

Jaigarh fort is known as a victory fort. It is spread around total 4 kilometers. It has worlds’s big cannon, named “Jaivana” cannon. Fort was made in thick walls of red sandstone. From the top of the fort you will be able to see the whole of Jaipur city. Then you can go to visit Nahargarh fort and Jalmahal.

After visiting Amer fort we went to the market for shopping. We bought bangles made of lac ,saris, skirts and wooden dolls. Jaipur is also famous for resai(quilt) and gemstone.

DAY 3, (3RD DECEMBER)

Our 10 days Rajasthan trip is over. We started from Bikaner and ended at Jaipur. During the Rajasthan tour many people skipped Bikaner but there is much to see in Bikaner. Rjasthan has some special dishes such as Dal-bati-churma, Lal Mans(Red meat), ghewar, Mewa Kachori, Makhonia lassi, Cheese jelebi or Paneer jelebi, Mung dal ki halwa, Almond ki halwa etc. From Bikaner we went to Jaisalmer, Jodhpur,Ronakpur, Udaipur and finally to Jaipur. Many people also go to Chitore, Mount Abu, Pushkar or Ajmer.

After breakfast ,we came to the bus stand on 3rd December. We had reserved the seat of the bus on 2nd December. We boarded the bus to go to Delhi. Then we would go to Sealdah station by Rajdhani Express.

INSIDE JUNAGARH FORT OF BIKANER
FULMAHAL (INSIDE JUNAGARH FORT OF RAJASTHAN
SAM SAND DUNES( JAISALMER)
MORCHOWK, INSIDE CITY PALACE OF UDAIPUR

Best time to visit Rajasthan is in winter season from November to March. Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, for Indian tourists and international tourists. Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, music, art and culture with its slogan ‘Padharo mhare desh’.

About CHHANDA GOSWAMI

Hi, I am Chhanda Goswami. I am a housewife.I love to travel. Recently I am drafting my travel experiences to help future travelers. I live at Sonarpur in West Bengal(India)

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