Rajasthan is the most beautiful place in our country, which is considered to be the country of kings. This place is not only famous for roaming but people choose this place for their wedding also. This place is so beautiful that your heart will be charmed and you will die on its beauty. In the past, there used to be King Maharaja, whose palace has been converted into a fort today. People come here to see the fort of Maharajas and get information about them. Rajasthan is also known as Pink City, Blue and Gold City. The destination reflects gorgeousness, vibrant colors, or any other synonyms of these words justify the prettiness of Rajasthan. It is a royal Indian state well-known for its palaces and forts which just add to the glorious and splendor of this destination. So, that is all that I and my friends was looking for this type of destination for our holidays. Thus, we decided to explore Rajasthan and get every information about this place. We were a group of five friends who work in Delhi and amongst the madness of it all we worked at late night and everything else we managed to sneak out and plan for a trip. When it came to planning a trip, we all decided that we’ll go to the Land of Maharajas and without any doubt Rajasthan came to our mind. Now here I’ll explain you about my Rajasthan travel experience and why and how we had the time in Rajasthan. We traveled Rajasthan in the month of November as we know summer month is not good for traveling to Rajasthan because the weather is hot during these days. In November month the weather of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer and Jaisalmer will be amazing and we were more than right. The climate conditions are pretty much good and it wasn’t boiled hot in the day. We took a flight from New Delhi to Jaipur. On reaching Jaipur airport, we took a taxi and then we proceed to our hotel. On arrival at hotel, we checked in and took a short rest. We spent first two nights in Jaipur. Jaipur is a city which spread positivity and provides amazing vibes. On our day one in Jaipur we spent time at a palace to understand the geometric concepts at Jantar Mantar. Then we stroll around the Hawa Mahal and also spent some time around Jal Mahal. Later in the evening, we enjoyed Rajasthani food and then retuned back to the hotel. On second day we spent extra hours on exploring the sightseeing as it was the Fort Day. We first explored Amer Fort and the fort has lot to see including the Maota Lake and Sheesh Mahal. You can indulge in photography as it will remember you for long. After that, we head towards Jaigarh and the Nahargarh Fort from where we have witness the lovely view of the city. Later in the evening, we spent our time at Choki Dhani which is a village replica resort and will give you a complete feel of Rajasthan. On the third day, we proceed towards Udaipur and it is much more different than Jaipur. Again we spent two nights in Udaipur also. On the first day of Udaipur we visited Karni Mata Temple and took the ropeway to go up the hill which offers incredible view of the city and Lake Pichola. Later, we head towards Fateh Sagar Lake and enjoyed boating ride in that lake. Then after we visited the beautiful Badi Lake which is also called Tiger Lake. In the evening, we had Rajasthani cuisine and rest overnight in our hotel. On next day, we first visited at Sajjangarh Monsoon palace and then Jagdish temple. From the top of the Sajjangarh fort you can witness the complete view of Udaipur city and that will surely leave you awestruck. Apart from, we spent some time at the lakes in Udaipur. Next we visited city palace and then the most famous Saheliyon ki Bari which is frequented by the locals. After the full day excursion we returned back to the hotel. On fifth day, we move towards Mount Abu which is the only hill station in Rajasthan. It’s a small hill station and the only significant of this place is that it has hill resorts which offers spectacular views of the mountains. Likewise, Mount Abu also has Lake which is known as Nakki Lake and it attracts huge number of tourists and a top sightseeing of Mount Abu. In the evening, we proceed towards the sunset point and witness the wonderful sunset view. It was a beautiful sight that will last forever. Our next stop was Jodhpur and we stayed two nights in Jodhpur. On the first day of Jodhpur we had a tour of Umaid Bhavan Palace, the Jaswant Thada, and outstanding Mehrangarh Fort. These are the important attractions which I think pulls tourists towards Jodhpur. On the second day of Jodhpur, we explored Ghanta Ghar, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Kaylana Lake and Mandore Garden. Ghanta Ghar is also known as Clock Tower and it’s a famous local shopping market where travelers enjoy shopping. While Umaid Bhavan Palace is a royal palace made with honey sandstone and white marble. Mehrangarh fort is a top attraction of Jodhpur from where you can witness the blue city and the architectural design of this fort will surely make you happy. Other than this, Jaswant Thada is also called the Taj Mahal of Rajasthan. Next day we move towards the elegant Golden city means Jaisalmer. We were equally excited to explore Jaisalmer and this place is a very distinct old town and must see place for more than several reasons we can imagine. Apart from Desert Safari, Gadisar Lake and Jaisalmer fort, there are tons of things to see and do here. We have started with the Bhaang shop which is one of the major attraction of Jaisalmer and then we stopped at Patwon ki haveli. The patwon ki Haveli relects the rich culture and history about Jaisalmer. Then we head towards the Bada Bagh which is a gives an incredible opportunity for photography. Later we head to Lodhruva which hosts numerous notable ruins. The main sightseeing of Lodhruva is Jain Temple having intricate cravings. On next day of Jaisalmer, we completely spent at Thar Desert. We enjoyed camel ride, jeep safari, folk dance, dinner and much more. It was a great experience for us. Here we finished our Jaisalmer trip with desert safari. Next day we move towards Ajmer and here we spent some time at Ajmer Sharif Dargah. This Dargah is considered to be holy by the Muslims and people from other regions as well. People from different regions visit this Dargah and we also had a soul soothing kind of experience here. Our last stop was at Pushkar and here is a famous temple which is dedicated to Lord Brahma ji. Pushkar is just 11 km from Ajmer. At Pushkar we visited at Brahma temple and Savitri Temple and then we took a ropeway to enjoy a panoramic views of the city. At last, we started our journey towards Jaipur and from Jaipur airport we boarded our flight to New Delhi. This was our best trip and we have also taken a lot of memories from here. Some important things that you should know. You must carry sunglasses, cap or hat, a light jacket for night, comfortable shoes, jeans, shorts, t-shirts, sunscreen, valid ID proof, hotel vouchers, and so on.