3 most historic cities of Rajasthan: Leaf through the pages of history

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Rajasthan has that hair-raising feel which makes it one of the most coveted destinations in the world. Walking into this state is like leafing through the tattered pages of your old & forgotten history book. The world seems to turn back the clock for you at its olden, golden cities. Here is a look at some of the historic places to visit in Rajasthan:

Rajasthan has that hair-raising feel which makes it one of the most coveted destinations in the world. Walking into this state is like leafing through the tattered pages of your old & forgotten history book. The world seems to turn back the clock for you at its olden, golden cities. Here is a look at some of the historic places to visit in Rajasthan:

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  1. Udaipur: Udaipur prefers to live in its own dreamy world. When you feel that you are bogged down by the mundaneness of your life and need something refreshing and spellbinding to shake you up from your hectic stupor, then walk into Udaipur. It is the city which has a powerful assemblage of palaces, forts and lakes. The Lake Pichola is its biggest asset and the City Palace which stands perched on its middle is a sight to behold.Image
  2. Jaipur: Jaipur tourism packages sell like Mumbai’s ‘vada pav’ or Kolkata’s ‘puchka’. It is a pink-colored vibrant city which has a carefree kind of persona. It skips like a little girl with no worries or regrets, playing with its rich toys of monuments, palaces and gardens. From Hawa Mahal to Jantar Mantar, the city has plenty to leave you agape and amazed. There are lots of tourist place near JaipurImage
  3. Jodhpur: Jodhpur is another history-bathed city and one of the most recommended places to visit in Rajasthan. It is bluish in color, thanks to its blue-painted buildings. While there are many forts and monuments which it can shower on its tourists, the one that stands out like a knight in a shining armor is the indomitable and impregnable Mehrangarh Fort.

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