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Rajasthan – 10 Days Trip

Lot of historical places to visit. Loved the Amer Fort.
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A visit to the Dargah. (Commercialised but can experience once)
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Beautiful early morning Safari !
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Amazing yummy Rajasthani food. Beautiful Mehrangarh fort.
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Visit Khurdi Sand Dunes for a peaceful experience
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Kumbalgarh Fort – Rajasthan

Kumalbalgarh Fort is around 75 kms from Udaipur. There are two routes to visit this place. We went from Ranakpur to Kumbalgarh.

The drive is along the village roads and it is quite scenic. We even stopped at a couple of water bodies to relax and take some photographs.

There is nothing much to see on top of the fort. It takes 20 – 25 minutes to climb the fort. The fort is good for photography and view points of the landscape.

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There is a sound and light show in the evening. But we did not wait as we had to leave. 10 minutes away is Kumbalgarh wildlife sanctuary. The jeep safari costs Rs. 1800 per vehicle and upto 4 persons can go. The timing in the afternoon is from 3PM to 5 PM.

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Ranakpur Jain Temple – Rajasthan

We visited Udaipur and wanted to visit some nearby places. We decided to visit Ranakpur Jain Temple. Ranakpur is around 80 odd kms from Udaipur.

The first 40 kms is on the main highway and then a detour to the village roads. We really enjoyed the drive along the single lane village roads with views of fields.

We stopped at the Hanuman temple on the road and immediately some 4-5 Langurs climbed on our car and sat. They were not ready to move at all. We clicked some selfies with them. 😉

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There are many resorts along this road. This was one of them.

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You are not allowed to take photos of the temple. From outside it is allowed. The temple has lunch facilities too. We had lunch for Rs. 50 person (Unlimited thali). Chapathi, Dal, 2 sabzis. Again yummy food. It is a must have.

 

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Bharatpur – Keoladeo National Park (Bird Sanctuary)

We visited Bharatpur in the month of December. December – February is the season for migratory birds in Keoladeo National Park. We stayed right across the bird sanctuary.

We reached in the evening so we roamed around Bharatpur town a bit to taste some sweets. Just go to the main market road and you’ll find a lot of stuff to eat. Don’t worry about the hygiene part. You can try  1. Samosa, 2. Cheese Omlette, 3. Hot Gulab Jamun, 4. Hot Gajar Halwa, 5. Other sweets as well.

Bird Sanctuary is the main attraction in Bharatpur. Start at 6 in the morning during winter season to get the best experience. Birds start their day early and so we have better chances of spotting them.

You can hire a cycle rickshaw for a 5 hour trip. There is entry of Rs. 75 per (Guess) person for the park. We hired a cycle rickshaw for around 4 hours. The cycle rickshaw fellow had his own binoculars which we can use (Pay 100 rs. for that at the end). He was quite knowledgeable and eager to show us as many birds as possible. Try to find him when you go there. (Rickshaw no. 61 – Sardarji)

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Sanctuary Map
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Account of huntings by British and Maharajas
 

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