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Nothing Can Beat The Real Sweetness..... My New Hot Kashmiri Scarf🔥🔥....#rajasthantourismofficial #rajasthantour
What's your escape from the Normal? ___________________________________________________ 📌 - Kota Follow - @hushguide_ For more new updates from the royal land. _____________________________________________ #rajasthan_tourism #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #myrajasthan #janekyadikhjaye #jaipurcityblog #jaipurlove #jaipurconnect #apnajaipur #igersjaipur #planetindia #beautifulindia #incredibleindiaofficial #incredibleindia #lonelyplanetindia #yourshot_india #picoftheday
Outside of the Chittorgarh fort ➖ Chittorgarh fort - Chittorgarh - Rajasthan - India ➖ Chittorgarh Fort is regarded as the symbol of Rajput chivalry, resistance and bravery. The fort is situated 175 kilometer to the east of Udaipur. The famous Chittorgarh fort, which is one of the largest in India, is situated on a 180 meter high hill that rises from the banks of river Berach. The fort is known for its seven gates namely Padan Gate, Ganesh Gate, Hanuman Gate, Bhairon Gate, Jodla Gate, Lakshman Gate and the main gate which is named after Lord Ram. Chittorgarh fort, along with other hill forts of Rajasthan was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. The Conquest of Alauddin Khilji: The fort remained with the rulers of the Guhila dynasty for a long period of time until 1303, when the ruler of Delhi Sultanate Alauddin Khilji decided to capture it. He took over the ownership of the fort from King Ratnasimha after a siege that lasted for about eight months. This conquest is associated with massacre and bloodshed as many believe that Alauddin Khilji ordered the execution of more than 30,000 Hindus after capturing the fort. Another famous legend states that the fort was captured by Khilji in an attempt to force Padmini, the queen of Ratnasimha, into an extra marital relationship. This motive of Khiljiis said to have resulted in the mass self-immolation (jauhar) of Chittorgarh women, led by Queen Padmini. A few years later, Alauddin Khilji passed on the fort to his son Khizr Khan, who possessed it until 1311 AD. ➖ 📷@dav1dambriz . . #travelsbee #traveller #travel #wanderer #wanderlust #wanderer #travelblog #travelblogger #travelguide #sand #thar #thardesert #rajasthan #sanddunes #citypalace #udaipur #chittorgarh #chittorgarhfort #travelgram #shorttrip #biketrip #likeus #followus #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #india #Incredibleindia #incredibleindiaofficial
Sunset View of Khandiya Lake , Jhalawar ○खंडिया सागर झील(तालाब)○ ○Khandiya Sagar Lake(Talab)○ Pic. Credit - Jitendra Jackey #khandiyatalab #chopati #jhalrapatan #sunset #water #marrygoround #cloudy #jhalawarbeauty #jhalrapatanbeauty #jhalrapatan #jhalawar #rajasthaniculture #jaipur #kota #rajasthantourismofficial #rajasthantourism #rajasthan
Viewing the Chittorgarh City from the City Fort on an early summer morning. It was so breezy and it felt very cold. . . . . . . . #rajasthan #chittorgarh #chittorgarhfort #fortsofrajasthan #rangeelorajasthan #incredible_india #rajasthan_igers #rajasthantour #rajasthantourismofficial #rajasthanblogger #mharorajasthan #padharomharedes #lifethroughabyslens
Dressed up in Indian attire, our customers enjoy the cooking class (You can see their happy faces in photos below) in Pachewar House which is home of Royal family. This experience takes a couple of hours cooking and learning the tricks for Indian cuisine. It is not only the cooking class, which was amazing but the chef @pranasha2331 is friendly and knowledgeable. You will get to learn a lot about Indian cuisine, spices, traditions and later a delicious meal which you will cook for yourself. Travel with Titlyy - The Travel Company to experience amazing hospitality and a cooking class where you cook yourself, not just sit and watch. #cookingclass #allwomentrip #homecookingclass #foodandtravel #experiencerrajasthan #yummyhomefood #HappyCustomers #housepachewar #pachewarhouse #rajasthantourism #indiatourism #rajasthantourismofficial #RealIndiaExperience #IncredibleIndia #TitlyyTheTravelCompany
A Maru Raika camel herdsman shepherds his camels. ⠀ ⠀ Traditionally the link between pastoralists and farmers was strong. Farmers allowed camels onto their land to graze in exchange for camel manure as fertilizer as well as fresh milk. In recent years as India becomes more developed there is less room for the Raika and their camels to migrate. New laws favoring the creation of national parks has also restricted the movements of pastoralists. ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #camels #camelculture #india #rajasthan #rajasthantourismofficial #rajasthandiaries #rajasthancamel #culture #culturaltravel #culturalheritage #raika #pastoralist #camelcharisma #camelkarma
A short night video of Lake Pichola... ➖ Lake Pichola - Udaipur - Rajasthan - India ➖ Video Courtesy : @amitmangal1194 Shot by : One Plus 6 @oneplus_india @oneplus Gimbal : Zhiyun Smooth 4 @zhiyun_gimbal @zhiyunindia Thanks for sharing this beautiful short video with us. Keep using #travelsbee in your travelling post to get feature in this account. ➖ #travelsbee #traveller #travel #wanderer #wanderlust #wanderer #travelblog #travelblogger #travelguide #sand #thar #thardesert #rajasthan #sanddunes #citypalace #udaipur #chittorgarh #chittorgarhfort #travelgram #shorttrip #biketrip #likeus #followus #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #india #Incredibleindia #incredibleindiaofficial
Desi typical thaali 🤩🤩 This is the delectable cuisine of RAJASTHANI & This dhaba thaali consists of thakkar roti ,Daal fry ,onion salad,lemon slices, aloo pyaaz ki sabji & still many more .yu cn feel the authentic taste of dis dhaba by having a sumptious lunch or dinner😍😍so never b late wen ever u see the finest dhaba’s around to satisy ur hunger pangs 😅😅 #dhabastyle #indianflatbread #desiroti #thakkarroti #aalopyaazsabzi #ghee #desiplatter #rajasthani #marwadi #gujarati #indiantimes #rajasthantourism #gujarattour #salad #yummyness #roti #desigirlstyle #freshnessoverloaded #foodstagram #foodphotography #foodpanda #foodiesofinstagram #foodfactor #gluttony #foodfest #desirajasthani #jain #rajasthan_diaries #rajasthantourismofficial
Outside of the Chittorgarh fort ➖ Chittorgarh fort - Chittorgarh - Rajasthan - India ➖ Chittorgarh Fort is regarded as the symbol of Rajput chivalry, resistance and bravery. The fort is situated 175 kilometer to the east of Udaipur. The famous Chittorgarh fort, which is one of the largest in India, is situated on a 180 meter high hill that rises from the banks of river Berach. The fort is known for its seven gates namely Padan Gate, Ganesh Gate, Hanuman Gate, Bhairon Gate, Jodla Gate, Lakshman Gate and the main gate which is named after Lord Ram. Chittorgarh fort, along with other hill forts of Rajasthan was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. The Conquest of Alauddin Khilji: The fort remained with the rulers of the Guhila dynasty for a long period of time until 1303, when the ruler of Delhi Sultanate Alauddin Khilji decided to capture it. He took over the ownership of the fort from King Ratnasimha after a siege that lasted for about eight months. This conquest is associated with massacre and bloodshed as many believe that Alauddin Khilji ordered the execution of more than 30,000 Hindus after capturing the fort. Another famous legend states that the fort was captured by Khilji in an attempt to force Padmini, the queen of Ratnasimha, into an extra marital relationship. This motive of Khiljiis said to have resulted in the mass self-immolation (jauhar) of Chittorgarh women, led by Queen Padmini. A few years later, Alauddin Khilji passed on the fort to his son Khizr Khan, who possessed it until 1311 AD. ➖ 📷@dav1dambriz . . #travelsbee #traveller #travel #wanderer #wanderlust #wanderer #travelblog #travelblogger #travelguide #sand #thar #thardesert #rajasthan #sanddunes #citypalace #udaipur #chittorgarh #chittorgarhfort #travelgram #shorttrip #biketrip #likeus #followus #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #india #Incredibleindia #incredibleindiaofficial
Outside of the Chittorgarh fort ➖ Chittorgarh fort - Chittorgarh - Rajasthan - India ➖ Chittorgarh Fort is regarded as the symbol of Rajput chivalry, resistance and bravery. The fort is situated 175 kilometer to the east of Udaipur. The famous Chittorgarh fort, which is one of the largest in India, is situated on a 180 meter high hill that rises from the banks of river Berach. The fort is known for its seven gates namely Padan Gate, Ganesh Gate, Hanuman Gate, Bhairon Gate, Jodla Gate, Lakshman Gate and the main gate which is named after Lord Ram. Chittorgarh fort, along with other hill forts of Rajasthan was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. The Conquest of Alauddin Khilji: The fort remained with the rulers of the Guhila dynasty for a long period of time until 1303, when the ruler of Delhi Sultanate Alauddin Khilji decided to capture it. He took over the ownership of the fort from King Ratnasimha after a siege that lasted for about eight months. This conquest is associated with massacre and bloodshed as many believe that Alauddin Khilji ordered the execution of more than 30,000 Hindus after capturing the fort. Another famous legend states that the fort was captured by Khilji in an attempt to force Padmini, the queen of Ratnasimha, into an extra marital relationship. This motive of Khiljiis said to have resulted in the mass self-immolation (jauhar) of Chittorgarh women, led by Queen Padmini. A few years later, Alauddin Khilji passed on the fort to his son Khizr Khan, who possessed it until 1311 AD. ➖ #travelsbee #traveller #travel #wanderer #wanderlust #wanderer #travelblog #travelblogger #travelguide #sand #thar #thardesert #rajasthan #sanddunes #citypalace #udaipur #chittorgarh #chittorgarhfort #travelgram #shorttrip #biketrip #likeus #followus #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #india #Incredibleindia #incredibleindiaofficial
Monsoon Palace - Sajjangarh - Udaipur - Rajasthan - India ➖ At the top of the Monsoon Palace... ➖ The Monsoon Palace, formerly known as the Sajjan Garh Palace, is a hilltop palatial residence in the Udaipur city. It is named as Sajjangarh after Maharana Sajjan Singh (1874–1884) of the Mewar Dynasty, who built Sajjangarh Fort in 1884. It offers a panoramic view of the city's lakes, palaces and surrounding countryside. It was built basically to watch the monsoon clouds; hence, appropriately, it is popularly known as Monsoon Palace. The Monsoon Palace provides a beautiful view of the sunset. High in the Aravalli Hills, just outside Udaipur, the Palace is illuminated in the evenings, giving a glow of golden orange. #travelsbee #traveller #travel #wanderer #wanderlust #wanderer #travelblog #travelblogger #travelguide #sand #thar #trekking #rajasthan #sajjangarh #citypalace #udaipur #monsoonpalace #kumbhalgarh #travelgram #shorttrip #biketrip #likeus #followus #rajasthantourism #rajasthantourismofficial #india #Incredibleindia #incredibleindiaofficial
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