Chardham Of Narlai In Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan is one of the most magnificent places worth visiting in India. In Rajathan, you get glimpse of beauty, culture, tradition, religion as well as history.

Rajasthan is one of the most magnificent places worth visiting in India. In Rajasthan, you get a glimpse of beauty, culture, tradition, religion as well as history. When we are talking about this place, one thing that must not be missing is the Chardham of Narlai. When you drive around the Kumbhalgarh, you can take a visit to the 4 prominent pilgrimages that are significant to the Hindu devotees. It is located within close proximity to the city and you need to take around cover trip of around 80 km to visit all the temples called as

  • Charbhujanath Temple
  • Shri Roop Narayan Mandir
  • Laxman Jhula
  • Shri Rokadia Hanuman Temple

1. Mandir Shri Charbhuja Ji

This temple owns the title of having the highest Shikhar located on the sanctum sanctorum, the popular Shrine of Charbhuja Nath Ji. The Shikhar has a tomb in the shape of an octagon. Adjacent to this tomb, you can find two other shikhar as well. This temple displays an excellent piece of mirror work. The outer shutters are built of silver whereas the inner shutters are made up of Gold. The courtyard of the Mandir has a garud Ji statue placed.

2. Roop Narayan Temple of Seventri Rajsamand

Roop Narayan temple is yet another very famous temple located in the Rajsamad. It is about 40 kilometres away from Rajsamand. You can also find another temple of Lord Vishnu nearby. Local people call the Roop Narayan Temple at Seventri Village of Rajsamand.

The temple was built centuries ago. The Gomti Muhana and Laxman Jhuula are also located nearby. On the banks of Gomti Muhana, you can find the beautiful Lord Rama temple, also known as “Ram Sita”. Many devotees come to worship Lord Rama and get his blessings for them and their families.

3. Lakshman Jhula

Lakshman Jhula is in a bridge located on the banks of Ganga and is considered to be the oldest route to the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. The Jhula has successfully become one of the most visited and popular tourist spots of Rishikesh. It is so, not because of the religious and origin sanctity but also because of the presence of several grand temples and wonderful local market. Terah manzil, a 13 story mandir is also located near to the Lakshman Jhula. The top floor of this holy place gives a brilliant view of the surroundings.

Rokadia Hanuman Mandir

4. Rokadia Hanuman Mandir

Rokadia Hanuman Mandir is a popular temple based in Rajasthan. It is visited by hundreds of devotees throughout the year. It is important Hindu temple and is also included in the Vadtal Panch, Tirth of Shri Swaminarayan Sect. The temple is also called as Rokadiya Dev Hanumanji Maharaj Temple, named after the Lord Hanuman (Rokadiya Dev).

As per the Hindu mythology, Lord Hanuman is known to be the reflection of truth and is believed that people who worship him remain free of sins, sorrows, and worries. The temple is visited by numerous devotees of Lord Hanuman round the year and it is definitely a privilege to go and see these places and experience the eternal serenity, devotion, and beauty of Hindu religion and history.

A drive around the 4 pilgrimages is bound to be a tiring event. What one can do is book a stay at Rawla Narlai, which is the most sought-after 5-star heritage resort in the whole expanse around Ranakpur.

Lying midway between Jodhpur and Udaipur, a serene drive takes one to Rawla Narlai, a tranquil heritage hotel tucked in the foothills of the Arravalis and dotted with temples and caves.

An erstwhile waiting lounge for the royal family of Jodhpur, it was later converted into a stunning boutique resort and is now open to all.

Best Time to Visit Rajasthan and How to Get There

With the vast and glistening Thar Desert and the Aravallis, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world.

With the vast and glistening Thar Desert and the Aravallis, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, Rajasthan is one of the most coveted tourist destinations in the world. A state standing witness to numerous historic battles, Rajasthan is synonymous to honour and royalty.

The land of the kings; a world of colour and splendour and camels and cultural riches, Rajasthan with its parched, sandy desert, rich handicrafts, ancient traditions, pastel landscape, and vibrant cities induce a bout of wanderlust impossible to resist and is a traveller’s paradise.

How do you reach?
It’s fairly easy to reach Rajasthan and even more so to travel around. Delhi is perhaps the most obvious and the best gateway to Rajasthan.

1. By Air:
Given the humongous number of tourists who flock to India’s largest and most popular state, it’s fairly obvious to presume that it’s well-connected by air. There are a number of options to choose from based on your itinerary; doesn’t matter if you’re flying in from another country or just any other Indian state. There are 3 major airports in Rajasthan at Jaipur (Sanganer International Airport), Jodhpur, and Udaipur (Dabok Airport) along with the newly inaugurated Bikaner Airport. Jodhpur and Udaipur cater to domestics flights while Jaipur is open both for domestic and international traffic.

2. By Rail:
Comfortable, cheap and perhaps the best way to travel Rajasthan from anywhere in the country; Indian railway network is well-connected to all the major cities in the state. Some of the Rajasthan’s major railway stations are Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Alwar, etc.

3. By Road:
Passing through the state are 20 national highways which span a distance of around 6000 kilometres. Rajasthan is connected to some of the major Indian cities by state highways such as Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Indore. You can also choose to explore the state through public transport. Rajasthan State Transport Corporation has a number of buses running within the state and also from nearby states.

The best time to visit?

Locals and travel experts recommend the period between the months of October to March as the best time to visit the otherwise harsh state. This monthly breakup would give you a fair idea of the state’s climatic conditions and would help you plan your tour accordingly.

1. April to June: These months are particularly harsh with the sun scorching and the temperature sometimes rising up to 52° C. You can always travel to relatively cooler places like Kumbhalgarh and Mount Abu during these months.

2. July to September: A far more soothing experience, the monsoons transform the arid state into a beautiful land. It’s the ideal time if you seek to avoid the state’s clamour that comes with the tourists who swarm the city during the peak season.

3. October to March: Once the monsoon has left, the temperatures begin to drop, sometimes stooping as low as 0°C. The drop in the temperature marks the beginning of the peak season. It’s easily the best time to visit the sandy state and hundreds of thousands of tourists come to the cities like Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, etc. Most of the festivals are planned during these months as tourist attractions.

A stay at Rawla Narlai between Jodhpur and Udaipur would immensely compliment your vacation. Rawla Narlai is among the best luxury resorts in Jodhpur. Book a stay and experience the real Rajasthan.

Luxury Trains In Rajasthan: Luxury On Wheels

The land of numerous kingdoms with an intriguing saga of palatial forts and diverse cultures.

The land of numerous kingdoms with an intriguing saga of palatial forts and diverse cultures, Rajasthan is famous for its timeless architecture and imperial life. Magnificent palaces and courtyards are the testimony to those glorious reigns of mighty Rajasthani rulers. Lamentably, the reign of the kings is no more. The comfort of their royalty, however, can still be experienced through the plush, royal train rides across the royal state.

The 4th largest railway network in the world, Indian Railways along with Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) operate a number of luxury trains throughout the country, out of which 3 traverses through the state of Rajasthan, namely Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels and the Maharajas’ Express.

 

1. Palace on Wheels: It was India’s first pan-country luxury train and began its journey on 26th January 1982. Run by the Indian Railways and Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation, the train has 14 salons in total, each designed to reflect the grandeur of the bygone Rajputana kingdom. Rated among the best luxury train journeys in the world, the journey begins at Safdarjung Railway Station in Delhi and comes back to the capital after passing through Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur, and Agra (in this specific order). The journey lasts for 8 days and 7 nights and passes through some of the most prominent historical cities in northern India. Journey highlights:
– Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
– 7th Century Chittorgarh Fort (a UNESCO world heritage site)
– City Palace, Udaipur
– Amber Fort, Jaipur
– Sandstone Haveli, Jaisalmer

 

2. Royal Rajasthan on Wheels: Launched in January 2009, this luxury ride is modeled on the Palace of Wheels and is a more luxurious and spacious version of it. Embroidered in contemporary royalty and affluence, the train features exquisite interiors and fabulous service and is a heritage train oozing out luxury and vibrancy. It follows a similar route to the Palace on Wheels and lets you witness the vivid state of Rajasthan. Some highlights that would remain etched in your mind forever:
– Amber Fort, Jaipur
– Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
– Ranthambore National Park
– Boat Cruise, Udaipur
– Taj Mahal, Agra

 

maharaja-express

3. Maharajas’ Express: Maharajas’ Express is among the most expensive luxury trains in India and was launched by the Indian Railways as recently as 2012. It features six carriages for junior suites, five for deluxe cabins, two for grand suites and one for the Presidential Suite. The opulent train also features wall to wall carpeting, deluxe tapestry, furnishings, and upholstery. Maharajas’ Express covers 5 itineraries namely, The Indian Splendour, The Heritage of India, Treasures of India, The Indian Panorama and Gems of India, all of which either begin or end in Delhi and moves through Agra.

 

Rahul Bansal

Get Ready To Experience Jodhpur Spa Resorts

India is a worldwide famous traveller destination, each year many individuals and groups make a visit to India.

India is a worldwide famous travel destination, each year many individuals and groups make a visit to India. India has a bulk of things to offer to its explorers depending upon their individual tastes and preferences. In the event that you are a desiring an extravagance visit to India, you will pay special heed to search for the luxury hotels. Fortunately, India is home to the lavish treats that will spoil you surely by providing you with the experience of royal spas along with the international food cuisines.

The different kinds of luxury spas possess a look similar to the imperial Indian way of life which was once lived by the Rajas and Maharajas of the olden times. Besides the look, they also give provide such kind of hospitality and treatment to the tourists that they feel like Maharajas of the contemporary period.

The Jodhpur state of Rajasthan for that matter has the best in a class of these kinds of hotels and spas. If you have experienced their welcoming nature, you must be well aware of their high-class treatment and if not then you must definitely pay a visit to it.
The kinds of luxury hotels and spas in the state of Jodhpur are famous for their great style, esteemed conventions and honor winning administration, has invited visitors from around the globe since its origin. The services of these hotels and spas are not provided to compromise with the health and wellness of the individual. Instead, they are rendered to maintain the same even when people are away from their homes.

The city of Jodhpur has been filled with the stunning hotels and spas and is known for its mark treatments. The aroma of the luxury spas welcomes you with open hands as you enter this shelter of serenity. The Spas at the various resorts offer an entire bunch of re-empowering and renewing feel. The people taking up these luxuries tend to experience the peacefulness and genuine enjoyment of peace as well as rejuvenation. The services of these hotels and spas permit you to remember the times of illustrious brilliance which was present in the golden era of the country. What could be more pleasing than relaxing yourself in a shower loaded with blooms, with the aroma of roses amusing to treat and pamper you?
You should, therefore, be ready to take yourself on an adventure of change as you help your state of mind, body, and soul in a spell bounding experience.

With the separated luxurious front rooms and suites, world-class cooking styles, the visitors are spoiled with the spa and ayurveda treatments. Also, the availability of the reviving swimming pool, the all-around fitted wellness focus, yoga and contemplation focus and heaps of the hotels also are something to look out for.
These kinds of opportunities do not knock the door again and again. And if you have the opportunity of visiting Jodhpur the spa resorts should definitely be amongst your list of the things which need to be experienced and visited.