Thursday, 18 April 2013

Mandawa: A Popular Tourist Destination in Rajasthan

Hotels in Mandawa
Neemrana Hotel, Rajasthan
Mandawa, situated in the heart of the Sekhawati region boasts of royal haveli’s and monuments. About 190 kms from Jaipur, the city of Mandawa was found in the middle of the 18th Century and sheltered the wealthy merchant class in the bygone era. Today, Mandawa is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan attracting people from all corners of India.  With a booming tourism industry in Rajasthan, the sleepy town in the Jhunjhuna district is also on the bucket list of travelers from foreign locations.

The increasing popularity of the town has resulted in the emergence of many hotels in Mandawa. Heritage hotels here offer an opportunity to experience the royal life wrapped in the comfort of modern amenities.  Nawalgarh, Mukundgarh and Dundlod are some of the popular excursion sites around the town and while you are here, do not miss the chance to visit Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli and Bansidhar Nevatia Haveli. The articulation of art at both the renowned Haveli’s can be called ahead of their times.

Experience the glory of the Sekhawati rule away from the hustle and bustle of Jaipur while you are here. Let the myriad hues of the vibrant town of Mandawa paint your holiday with bright hues. Feel like royalty as you retreat at one of the hotels in Mandawa and unleash the explorer in you on a quest. You can plan a trip over the weekend or splurge on a longer stay here. So, when are you planning a trip to the quaint geographical location and enjoy the spirited way of life here?

The Glimmering state of India, Rajasthan

Hotels in Sariska
Neemrana Hotel, Rajasthan
The land of kings, Rajasthan has always been known for its majestic forts and iconic mansions that stage as a rich asset for the country. No place can quite match the colorful festivals and unique traditions of Rajasthan that display a vibrant culture. The scintillating rays of the sun on golden sand dunes, the mirrored jewels on the camel and the much adorned music performance by the local heroes is enough for anyone to get lured by the diverse place. Apart from the indigenous background, there are numerous tourist destinations in Rajasthan that fit to the flavor of art lover, nature admirers and regular leisure travelers.

The pink city, Jaipur, boasts of well-preserved hilltop forts and stunning palaces like the Hawa Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. Tourists often travel to the city as it has been widely known for offering timeless street side shopping centers that exhibit unique clothing patterns with designs made of colorful threads along with hand-made accessories. The Jaisalmer Fort is a spectacular sand-castle that is one of the largest forts in India. The fort symbolizes serenity and is a perfect refreshing spot for the frantic travelers.  To witness the wealth of Rajasthan, one can visit Sariska Tiger Reserve that takes pride in the treasure of flora and fauna.

The adventure enthusiasts can easily repose at one of the hotels in Sariska which act as a recharge point after a hectic exploration in the park. Hill Fort- Kesroli is a heritage Hotel that is close to Sariska and offers a luxurious opportunity to treasure the beauty of exotic vista while detoxifying the stressed urban soul with the recreational avenues. The distinguished geography of Rajasthan sets it apart from rest of the states in India. The twisted turbans and twirled moustaches of men singing folk songs and thrilling dance performances by the Rajasthani women amidst an enchanting surrounding makes for an exceptional visual retreat for everyone.