Stunning unexplored places in Rajasthan

There are so many palaces, forts, Havelis, and temples in Rajasthan. Generally, when people make a tour to Rajasthan, they list the places to visit in Rajasthan which are known to all such as places to visit in Jaipur are Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Amer Fort, City Palace, Places to visit in Jodhpur are Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Garden, Umaid Bhawan Palace and places to visit in Udaipur are Lake Pichola, City Palace, Sajjangarh Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake. But, there are several places which offer serenity and peaceful environment including endless natural beauty and these places can be categorized as the beautiful unexplored places to visit in Rajasthan and some of these places are as follows.

1. Kumbhalgarh Fort

Kumbhalgarh Fort, places to visit in Rajasthan
Kumbhalgarh Fort

Located at the high point of 1100 m. from the sea level within the Aravalli Hills, Kumbhalgarh Fort is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan. It is also conveniently located from Udaipur at a distance of 80 km. and also from Rawla Narlai which is one of the most famous Boutique Hotels in India. Kumbhalgarh Fort wall is compared to the wall of China. It is stretched more than a length of 36 km. and wide enough to run eight horses simultaneously. There are thirteen mountain peaks within the surrounding area of Kumbhalgarh Fort which is also famous for its wildlife sanctuary.

2. Osian

Osian - Thar Desert, Adventure Camping, Boutique Hotels in Rajasthan, Hotels in Pali Rajasthan, Rajasthan Palace Hotel, Resorts Near Jodhpur,
Osian – Thar Desert

Locating within the Thar Desert, Osian is famous for ancient temples of 8th century. The Sun temple and Sachiya Mata Temple are popular among these temples. It is conveniently located at a distance of 65 km. from Jodhpur and also Rawla Narlai which is one of the most popular Resorts Near Jodhpur.

3. Ranakpur


It is located on the way from Jodhpur to Udaipur. Ranakpur is famous for Ranakpur Jain Temples and also the other attractions are Sadri, Surya Narayan Temple, and Muchhal Mahavir Temple. These temples are famous for architectural structures and intricate designs on the walls of these temples.

Where will you stay when you explore these beautiful places in Rajasthan?

If you spend your holidays by booking a Rajasthan Palace Hotel, it will be a great idea. It will also more exciting thing when you will explore some unexplored beautiful places to visit in Rajasthan. Rawla Narlai may be the right choice if you want to explore the above-mentioned places. We, at Rawla Narlai, have several options for booking the accommodation according to your requirement. You will get a Royal environment including the facilities of modern amenities. You can enjoy your holidays by making sightseeing tour for unexplored destinations to visit in Rajasthan while you are staying conveniently at Rawla Narlai.

The Best Shopping Sites in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is one of the most colourful states in the Indian subcontinent and a fantastic tourist destination.

Attracting tourists from all over the world with its rich and diverse culture, Rajasthan is one of the most colourful states in the Indian subcontinent and a fantastic tourist destination.

Long been known for its arts, crafts and colourful culture, Rajasthan is truly a shopper’s delight. With its sheer variety, there’s something for everyone, be it trinkets, leather items, pottery, royal jewellery, spices, textiles, or furniture, the workmanship and artistry the artisans present is simply irresistible.

The delightful wares you’ll bump into while through this journey across Rajasthan’s bazaars have successfully captured the centuries-old traditions and artistry. From hand-woven saris and scroll painting to metal crafts and Rajasthani miniature paintings, tourists often go gaga over the brilliant artistry.

Just so you go back home with bags full, we’ve compiled a list of various bazaars in 3 of the prominent cities in Rajasthan, namely Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur.

Bazaars in Jaipur

A treasure pile for shopping, the Pink City of Jaipur is a lucrative market if you’re on a lookout for jewellery with a rural or bohemian touch. However, there’s no dearth of shopping spots and you can easily manage to take back loads of souvenirs that flaunt Rajasthan’s ethnicity. Right from gems and jewellery to textiles, every corner in Jaipur is decorated with ethnic handlooms, artefacts and handicrafts.

Johri Bazaar Jaipur

Two of the famous bazaars in Jaipur are:

1. Johri Bazaar: Perhaps all that glitters is not only gold but handcrafted gems and precious stones as well. Johri Bazaar in Jaipur is heaven for jewellery lovers.

2. Bapu Bazaar: Not far from Johri Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar is a one-stop shop destination for accessories, handlooms, textiles and almost everything under the sun. Interestingly, it’s also easy on the pocket.

Bazaars in Udaipur

The Venice of the East and one of the most romantic cities in India, Udaipur in itself is a cultural experience. Presenting an assortment of items like pottery, jewellery, bandhini textiles, mirror work, puppets, beadworks, terracotta work, handicrafts, and antiquities, Udaipur is a famous shopping destination in Rajasthan, particularly known for its Rajput and Mughal-inspired miniature paintings.

One of the best Bazaars in Udaipur is Bada Bazaar which houses everything from small-scale vendors to sprawling showrooms. Other notable markets in Udaipur are Palace Road, Hathi Pol and Chetak Circle.

Bazaars in Jodhpur

Right from splendid monuments to roaring forts, a visit to Jodhpur is an immensely satisfying experience. From ethnic clothes to diligently carved wooden furniture, the bazaars in Jodhpur are filled with items you cannot resist buying.

ghanta-ghar, Clock Tower Market Jodhpur

Providing a myriad of options, the following is the best shopping destinations in Jodhpur:

1. Clock Tower Market: Commonly known as Ghanta Ghar, the bazaar is home to some of the finest variety of spices in the country. But, the market is not just limited to spices and also includes flavoured teas, antiquities, handicrafts, etc.

Make sure you thoroughly search the markets in Jodhpur for Mojris. These are traditional Jodhpuri shows and can be bought from the Mochi Bazaar.

2. Nai Sarak: The market deals is an authentic tie and dye fabric, which is the trademark print of Rajasthani artisans. It’s one of the busiest markets in Jodhpur which also deals in Jodhpuri coats, suit pieces, turbans, leather products and handlooms.
It’s about time you carry home some delightfully created souvenirs.