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Story of the month (September 2017)

Visit these three royal cities of India

This post is brought to you by Lohagarh Fort Resort, in Kukas Jaipur Rajasthan. One unique statement which is applied on India is that India is a joint venture of a vast number of princely states ruled by their respective royal families.

After the independence, all these princely states joined to make a great nation. But the greatness and culture of these royal cities are still preserved by respective families or government. We have extracted the heritage of three such cities:

Jaipur, Rajasthan:

Amber Fort Amer Jaipur

Jaipur embraces its ancient glory in full vigor. The city with a glorious history, it is an enthusiasm for travelers. With temples and Forts scattered throughout the city, Jaipur pulsates 300-year-old history.

Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Birla Mandir, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and Kanak Vrindavan are major tourist sites of the city. The architecture and grandeur of all the destinations are spectacular. The Royal families also inspire the cuisines of Jaipur which are loved by millions of travelers who have visited this beautiful pink city.

Plus, Jaipur is also very famous for it’s resorts, and especially palace turned resorts like Taj Rambagh, Raj Palace , etc. And if you are looking to stay in these luxury resorts near Jaipur, then checkout Booking.com list of popular luxury resorts near Jaipur.

Vadodara, Gujarat:

Laxmi Vilas Palace Vadodara

The home to beautiful Royal Palaces, Vadodara is the third largest city of Gujrat. It has some interesting places to offer. The Laxmi Villas Palace, former residence to Maharaja Sayajirao Gayakwad lll, will keep you awestruck.

This largest private dwelling building is four times the size of Buckingham Palace. There is a Champaner-Pavagadh archeological park which is UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park has palaces, forts, temples, arches, mosques, and tombs. Sayaji Baug and Sur Sagar Lake are the other main tourist attractions.

Jodhpur, Rajasthan:

Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur

Jodhpur is known for its blue painted houses, lovely weather, shimmering palaces and historic forts. The Royal charm of this vibrant city attracts tourist to visit the place without time constraint. Umaid Bhawan Palace, the largest private mansion around the globe, is the major attraction of the city.

It is now converted into a 5-star hotel, a museum and a part of it still serves as the royal residence. Mehrangarh Fort, another specimen of royal grandeur is also converted into a resort. Jaswant Thada and Mandore Garden are must visit places of Jodhpur.