Rajasthan The state of desert has released a new tourism ad campaign, which can make you to go its tourist places, huge forts and provide you a complete makeover to the various cultures and land of Royal Rajasthan. Rajasthan tourism’s ad also has a new logo of moustache, camel, desert and birds, Wondering where the new Rajasthan tourism ad campaign were shot.
1. Garadia Mahadev Temple Kota
It is a wonderful temple devoted to Lord Shiva in Kota, located at the priming of the river Chambal and presents a amazing view of Chambal river. This place is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Rajasthan, situated in the beautiful hilly location and offers wonderful beautiful and interesting view of Chambal river priming and plains.
2. Elephant Ride in Amber Fort
Amer Fort is the main tourist attraction of Rajasthan and its part of the Hill Forts of Rajasthan, World Heritage Site. The Palace and Fort has big gates, courtyard, Garden, Sila Devi temple and Sheesh Mahal.
3. Hot Air Ballooning, Jodhpur
Jodhpur is between the first few Indian cities to launch hot air ballooning, with other tourist destinations in Rajasthan like Pushkar, Jaisalmer and Ranthambore. The unique and adventurous balloon trip offers interesting view of Rajasthan monument, palaces and fort.
4. Chand Baori Stepwell, Abhaneri
Chand Baori stepwell is one of the biggest and most attractivelandmarks in Abhaneri Rajasthan and deepest and largest stepwells in India. This stepwell is located in the village of Abhaneri nearby Jaipur city and considered as one of the most unseen landmarks in the India.
5.Ghost Village of Kuldhara, Jaisalmer
The cursed, abandoned and haunted village of Kuldhara is situated near Jaisalmer, which is a famous as a ghost town and said to take a curse of the villagers. Kuldhara is comes in the top 15 most attractive abandoned place in India and one of the most haunted or ghost town in Rajasthan along with Bhangarh.
6. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
Hawa Mahal means Palace Of The Winds is the most unique landmark and one of the famous tourist attractions in pink city Jaipur. The pyramidal shaped palace is a five-storey sole structure with its 953 small windows, build by red and pink sandstone.
7. Arid Desert Of Thar, Bikaner
Bikaner is the jewel of Indian Thar Desert and popular for its large Palaces and Forts, Camel Safari, charming golden and dunes, Hindu temples and large havelis. The city has a prosperous cultural heritage and crowd number of tourist attractions such as Karni Mata Temple, Junagarh Fort, National Research Camel Centre and Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary.
8. Kumbhalgarh Fort Great Wall
The fort of Kumbhalgarh is a 36 km extended fort with the second biggest wall in the entire world and famous as great wall of India.Kumbhalgarh Fort is located on the Aravalli in Rajsamand District and is the second biggest fort in Rajasthan after the Chittorgarh Fort, and also part of the world heritage site of Hill Forts in Rajasthan.