Rajasthan in North West India is the most popular destination in India for international travellers. It is visited for its UNESCO heritage sites, grand palaces, heritage hotels, craft heritage, wildlife and superb countryside.
A carnival of celebrating good fortune, seeking salvation and washing away sins of a lifetime; the major attraction at Kumbh Mela is bathing on a few preordained auspicious days according to the Hindu calendar
UNESCO recognises sites worldwide that are significant, preserved, discovered and celebrated by the world at large as “World Heritage Sites”. India is home to 36 World heritage sites and out of these 13 are in North India
If you arrive in the evening at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Mosque, you can do a heritage walk, visit the Dargah and enjoy some street food before securing a vantage seat for the Qawwali performance
Jaipur offers more than just heritage monuments, like discovering Jaipur in a completely different light through markets, iconic monuments and street food areas. On a Segway
A heritage walk in the Old City offers travellers a glimpse of the chaotic markets with locals in their colorful attire, street food, craft shops and the charming heritage character of the area