4 places to visit in Rajasthan
Here are the 4 places to visit in Rajasthan –
One of the places to visit in Rajasthan is Hawa mahal. It is in the middle of the lake which can be viewed from the lakeside 150-200m away. It is a 5 storey palace, out of which the first 4 floors are located underwater, only the top floor enjoys the sunshine and rain. The shadow of Jal Mahal in the water of Man Sagar Lake looks amazing. You can also do shopping there, there are many small shops around the spot. I bought many handcrafted items from there.
Timings-2 am-10.30 pm (On Wednesdays it’s open for the whole day)
One of the places to visit Rajasthan in summer is Lake Pichola. It is in the middle of the lake which can be viewed from the lakeside 150-200m away. It is a 5 storey palace, out of which the first 4 floors are located underwater, only the top floor enjoys the sunshine and rain. The shadow of Jal Mahal in the water of Man Sagar Lake looks amazing. You can also do shopping there, there are many small shops around the spot. I bought many handcrafted items from there.
Udaipur is surrounded by a number of lakes mesmerizing its visitors with its blue waters and scenic views. One such artificial lake that sits right in the middle of Udaipur city is Lake Pichola. Enchanting views of sunrise and sunset from the lake is something that should not be missed by anyone visiting the lake. This mesmerizing lake would make one fall in love with it wanting to visit it again and again.
Timings- 2 am-10.30 pm (On Wednesdays it’s open for the whole day)
Entry fee- No entry fee to visit Lake Pichola. However, for a boat ride in Lake Pichola during the daytime and afternoons, the tickets are priced at Rs. 400 for Adults and Rs. 200 for Children. For the Sunset boat ride, the ticket fee is Rs.700 for Adults and Rs.400 for children.
Timings- 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on all days of the week. For Boating in Lake Pichola, the opening time is 10:00 am and the closing time is 5:00 pm.
Best time to visit- During evening hours the view of the sunset from the lake is truly breathtaking.
The world may not be a stage but Rajasthan surely is. Here you can find historical monuments and connect them to the history of Rajasthan. Here you can find many musicians. Rajasthan is the name for rich diverse culture and tradition. The liveliness of Rajasthan traditions and culture reflects through folk music. The folk music of Rajasthan originates from the emotions, stories, and daily activities of the Rajasthani people. Its music binds listeners till the end with its melodies.
Rajasthani music also includes many activities like dancing and story-telling through songs Simple strings and wood combined to create a magical sound. Relieve the essence of being hypnotized with strings. Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. The Rajasthani musical instruments are essential in making folk music more melodious and often the songs are incomplete without them.
Pushkar is famous for camel rides. The moment came for which I have waited so long, that scary feeling inside me came out with a scream, but this time it was full of excitement, full of life like I can feel each drop of my blood running here and there and enjoying every second. The elegantly walking animal taught me whatever happens you must walk through hell to get to heaven. He is living in the dead desert. The wind somehow was managing to blow through my short hair with the feeling of liveliness that was making me alive.
Author – Mousumi Saha