Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Rajasthan Tour Packages - A Journey to the Royal Heritage Places

As Indian economy moves to the center stage, the Luxury India Tours and Royal Rajasthan Tour Packages are becoming as popular in the new class of affluent and corporate Indians as the foreign tourists who visit India to explore its versatile heritage. Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Jackie Kennedy, and Bill Clinton are only a few of the celebrity guests whose photographs can be found gracing the walls of the palaces of Jaipur, Udaipur and other leading royal cities of Rajasthan.
Rajasthan's beauty is indebted eternally to its patronizing rulers. The palaces, the forts, the architecture, the culture, the folklores, and the folk dances of Rajasthan - all are steeped deeply into the nostalgic memories of the times when Kings and Queens ruled the land. The fantasy and the romance of the lavish lifestyle of the scions of princely kingdoms of Rajasthan manage to catch fancy of many visitors to India who avail Rajasthan tours. The City Palace of Jaipur housing the great City Museum still draws about 3,000 visitors a day and is one of the main highlights of all Rajasthan Tour packages and almost all India Tours that start from Delhi. The rare manuscripts and miniature paintings including the precious 17th century 'Rangamala' paintings in the museum are a subject of study for those with refined and curious minds.
As you visit the former royal residences, summer palaces, and wildlife resorts of Rajasthan during your Luxury India Tour, you can’t help but notice that the properties have been maintained quite well and opulent lifestyle seems to continue undisturbed, especially in the ones that now serve as heritage palace hotels. Lake Palace at the favored international tourist destination Udaipur (known as the 'Venice of the East') is the ultimate example of history and hospitality in a fairytale setting. One of the best hotels in India, the milk white Lake Palace is situated in the middle of Lake Pichola and is one of the loveliest palaces of the world.
The Camel Breeding Farm in Bikaner dispels several stereotypes regarding this majestic animal. Far from being grumpy, the camels of Rajasthan are quite serene and even friendly to tourists. Their soulful eyes with long eyelashes and gentle nature make up for their time you take in getting used to their rolling stride as you ride on their back amongst the sand dunes of Great Indian Desert to the remotest villages of the desert state. The Pushkar Camel Fair is the chief attraction of all luxury India Tours and Rajasthan tour packages that focus on the region's culture and social lifestyle.
The old Havelis and temples of the Mandawa region with incredible frescoes are a part of India Tours that celebrate the heritage of Rajasthan. But it is the folk heritage of Rajasthan that adds a personality to the barren state. Folk dances, arts, handicrafts, textiles, puppet shows, plays and music of Rajasthan are superlatively rich in tradition. Leading India tour operators include cultural shows and professional performances by Nats, Bhaats, Dholis, Bhopas, Mirasis and Bhands in their itineraries to offer you the true experience of glory of Rajasthan and India in general.

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