Walls may not have eyes, but they do have ears. It is a very common saying to be heard by you. Somehow, this beautiful expression partially fails to impress us in case of the forts and palaces of Rajasthan. These abstract buildings are blessed with both and narrate you a story of yesteryear glamor, success and failures through their long muteness. Believe us it is going to be an overwhelming experience of your life.
: Welcome to the treat house located about 11 km from the incredible pink Jaipur city, and is also popular by the name Amer Fort. Its rich past uncovers that it has also served as a capital for Kachhwaha clan of Amber. However, an alluring Maota Lake at its facade, structural designing all decked up with white marble and red granite, a majestic elephant ride to access the fort, etc. are great stopovers for you.
: It is the second oldest stronghold of the state whose forever beauty motivates onlookers to go back in time in 1150 AD. It aids them to figure out why it is famous as the heartthrob of Thar Desert. Plus, its golden-yellow sandstone architecture crowns the Trikuta Hills, as well as exotic display of ninety-two bastions, numerous wells, intriguing four doorways leading towards the admiring work of havelis, etc. form nearly 25 percent of modern Jaisalmer.
: One of the largest ramparts in India, Mehrangarh Fort is located on a steep hill to continuously observe the splendid bygone age. Entry to the fort is crossing the seven gates, and the astonishing palaces located inside are living testimony to the artful sculptures of Jodhpur.
: Towers overs the Pichola Lake, the white City Palace of Udaipur is a magnum opus of art in Rajasthan. It is royal happens to be a great tourist charm whose construction might have been started by the then Maharana Udai Singh but subsequent additions of palaces and beautiful complexes were also his successors.
: As a token of Maharaja Umaid Singh ji, Umaid Bhawan Palace the most striking piece of architecture was introduced as a famine relief project in 20th century. Due to the locally used chiitar sandstone, it is also frequently called as Chittar Palace. However, its outstanding features include Indo-colonial art and deco style of the 30s that brilliantly form fantastic extensions for photographers to capture the largest royalness of the world.
:Established by the side of the lotus pool, underlining the comeliness of historical pavilion, the Padmini?s Palace explodes with history of gallant and sacrifice. It changed the history of Chittor, when Ala-ud-din found the mesmerizing reflection of Queen Padmini from here and his quest to conquer her beauty led to a serious fight. However, it genuinely personifies the beauty-Cleopatra of Rajasthan and also of Mewar state.