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Top 13 Deserts in India
1.
Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, being situated close to the Pakistan Border and renowned as the Golden City is a major tourist spot owing to its nearness to the Thar Desert and the Sonar Quila. The city is also famous known for Desert Safari and its Jaisalmer Fort, inside of which one can search hotels, shops and old and majestic havelis. Jaisalmer is a major tourist attraction due to its desert camel safari. There are a lot of sand dunes in the Jaisalmer and Khuri village, located around 45km from Jaisalmer is famous for such dunes. There are a lot of hotels near such dunes which provides various cultural activities including music and dancing as part of the camel safari package.

Know more about:  Rajasthan

2.
Kutch

Nigh on an island that resembles the figure of a tortoise, Kutch is a former generous state of India holding onto its magnificence natural history from the past. Kutch is probably one of the most beautiful, yet surreal places in India. With the gigantic expanses of white salt desert in the Rann of Kachh area, this is an amazing experience to witness. One would be able to see just stretches of pure white land as far as the eyesight goes. Kutch is also amongst the largest district of India with a awfully low population density. Also, Kutch lies on the India-Pakistan border and you can see parts of Pakistan from Kutch.

Know more about:  Gujarat

3.
Pushkar

The city of Pushkar assumes slight grandeur given the rare temples of Lord Brahma, a camel festival and a legend it owes its existence to. Pushkar is also one of the oldest cities of India and is one of the five sacred dhams for devout Hindus. It has one of the very few existing devoted temples to Lord Brahma. Pushkar is also famous for its annual Pushkar Camel Fair, held in the month of November.

Know more about:  Rajasthan

4.
Bikaner

Positioned in the center of Thar Desert, Bikaner is a city of forts and palaces and also known for its sweets and snacks. Bikaner with its magnificence in architecture, art and culture has sands fille1d with colour, festivity and cultural marvels. Sand Dunes and the Desert Safari are among major attractions. Bikaner is also famous for hosting the international Camel festival which draws tourists from world over.

Know more about:  Bikaner

5.
Jodhpur

Also Known as the "Gateway to Thar", it is famous for its Mehrangarh fort, blue houses, temples, sweets and for its varieties of famous snacks. Jodhpur is one of the most charming cities of Rajasthan, with its forceful Mehrangarh fort highlighting the city. The city is called the Blue City as it looks completely blue in color from an aerial view because of its blue walls and blue houses. Jodhpur is an equivalent heaven for those who feel affection for deserts- except that sweets will not just be the end of your course but are as significant as the entire meal itself and have a vibrant food culture about them.

Know more about:  Rajasthan

9.
Bundi

A princely state for a princely stay, in the northwest of India, lies the district of Bundi, in the Hadoti region of the royal state of Rajasthan. In early times, the area approximately Bundi was it seems that occupied by various local tribes. Bundi was previously called 'Bunda-Ka-Nal"; Nal meaning 'narrow ways'. Bundi is sanctified with a plethora of nature all along with a beautiful pattern of rivers and lakes and a number of charmed waterfalls. The lushy lands of this area are host to a huge variety of flora and fauna.

11.
Ladakh

Ladakh being the land like which is incomparable with respect to its beauty or its divine culture having fabulous landscapes and amazing people. Ladakh is rightly said a heaven on Earth being Bounded by two of the world's mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, Right from gompas to the astounding momos, the presence of attractions to visit makes this city make it heaven on earth. 

Know more about:  Ladakh

12.
Spiti

Well-known for its marvelous views and untouched natural beauty, Buddhist monasteries and Tibetan culture, Spiti is a major destination for trekkers, hikers - only the string hearted. Being one of the most unexplored and virginal destinations in Himachal Pradesh, Spiti or Spiti valley are positioned at a very high altitude in the eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. This region is a desert mountain valley and is known for its beautiful monasteries and untouched natural beauty. This region plays host to a number of festivals which are all celebrated with a lot of fervor, which include burning of the devil, chaam dance and Pauri festival.

Know more about:  Himachal Pradesh

13.
Nubra Valley

This is really a God’s Masterpiece of which lies on the Silk route, in the paradigm of Jammu and Kashmir at a distance of around 140 Km from Leh. The valley is overstated with Shyok and Nubra river snaking through it and some beautiful monasteries colored with rich shades of golden, red and others. Nubra valley is one of the most isolated places in India and the region does not have too many options for restaurants. However, you can find some food stalls or restaurants serving local food, specially Thukpa, Momos and meat.

Know more about:  Kashmir

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