8 Unique Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Rajasthan

8 Unique Things You Need To Know Before Visiting This Royal State of India


Rajasthan, the name itself says “Place of Kings” – earlier it was known as Rajputana “Place of Rajputs”. This beautiful Indian state has various eminent places in it and here Jaipur, Thar Desert, and Jaisalmer are just to name a few. Each place has its own rich heritage and interesting history behind it.

In Today’s Blog Post, We’ve brought you Various Such Topics to Describe the Beauty of Rajasthan. So, Just Keep On Reading To Make Out The 8 Unique Things You Need To Know Before Visiting This Beautiful State:

1.Offbeat Experience in Rajasthan


This heritage location is 15km away from Jaisalmer. If you want to experience something creepy, then this is the place for you. It is believed that people of approx 83 villages suddenly disappeared in a night. There is a strange story behind this incident and it is related to the cursing also. Due to the story behind the history of this place, Kuldhara is also known as the cursed village of Rajasthan.


Bera village, approx 150km near Udaipur, is the rural village of Rajasthan. You can easily find Women with water pots balancing on their heads from a distance place, men with turbans, and houses made of mud.

If you are a safari lover and looking for leopards, yes you read it right, you can even spot wild big cats on the outskirts of the village. Also, if you move around the jungle area and your luck permits, you can enjoy the view of leopard cubs playing around too. This village is known for its leopard trailing.

Arna Jharna Museum

You will not see mega infrastructure with glass shelves like other museums you have ever visited. Here, you will get a completely offbeat feel; this museum is scattered on open land. Arna Jharna spreads the traditional heritage and skills of the locals and involves in the research. It is also known as a broom museum because here you can find art objects made out of the broom.

Galta Monkey Temple

Exactly 20km from Jaipur, you can visit a secret temple, Galta Monkey Temple. This temple is placed literally between two ridges, which you will find quite surprising because of its construction in such an impossible place. Here, you will be accompanied by lots of monkeys.

Balaji Temple, Mehandipur

This temple is considered to be the most powerful temple across India. Ask your grandparents and you might also hear some tales from this place.

More to the point, this place is usually crowded with screaming people; you can also witness some pulling their hair. This temple is always occupied with families with the one who has been stalked by spirits because it is believed you can get rid of the superstitious power at this place.

Chand Baori, Abhaneri

This haunted place is near the Jaipur Agra Highway around 95km from Jaipur. For your information Chand Baori, Abhaneri is famous for its wells with the largest and deepest stair. Apart from this, if you are looking for some paranormal ties, this is the correct place for you. As per the local people, this place was built by ghosts and that too in one night.

 Sambhar Salt Lake, Sambhar

No, Rann of Kutch is not the only place to watch salt sump, here you can witness the same too. It is one of the largest inland saltwater lakes in India; this place is highly recommended for you if you want to experience something different.

Moreover, surrounded by the Aravali ranges all around, Sambhar Salt Lake, Sambhar is the best place to get a glimpse of the sunset.

Osian, Jodhpur

You are absolutely wrong if you think you have seen everything in Rajasthan. Osian is famous as Khajuraho of Rajasthan. This is not just a normal place somewhere; it is an oasis in the Thar Desert, which is also famous for its abandoned left out ruins of temples. You should definitely visit this place if you are on a trip to Jodhpur. This place also offers you the experience of camping in the desert.

Rajasthan Tourism

“Land of Kings”- Rajasthan is an Indian state full of contrasts, and its tourism reflects the same.

Full of desert, lakes, forts, and ruins, but this place always amazes its visitor with its huge size.

2 to 3 weeks are also not sufficient to explore this wonderful state completely. As it has many more to share for sightseeing.

It does not matter how much time you spend in a particular place, it still feels you have missed a lot.

This place provides you with user friendly as well as eco-friendly tourism facility matching all your needs.

Moreover, Rajasthan tourism gives much emphasis on connecting tourists with the culture of Rajasthan at a very significant level.

They guide you to travel across Rajasthan covering the best possible places, comfortable yet royal places to stay, attractions, activities together with historical, cultural, and ethical places to visit here.

3.Unique Places in Rajasthan


If you are interested in history and monuments, then this place is exactly what you should look for; it will never upset your interest. This is one of the awesome places in Rajasthan. You will get to know the story of the past to know about the history of this city.

In addition, Kumbhalgarh is famous for its historical forts and the beautiful temple inside it. And if you are a nature lover, then this plan also has a wildlife sanctuary where you can find a wide range of wild animals and birds. It is the Birthplace of Maharana Pratap, also known as Mewar king. He was one of the most Heroic kings of all time.


This place covers the major part of Thar. You can find uncountable historic attractions here. This place is famous among many tourists. And if you are on the lookout for a vacation spot, this is the place for you to run away from the busy life of the city.


This place is famous for its well-known temples like Madan Mohan temple, Kailadevi Temple. And this place also has various forts out of which the most famous one is Mandrayal Fort.


Narlai is the heaven of rural locations and it is situated in the Aravalli Mountain. This place is famous for its heritage hotel Rawa Narlai, which enhances the beauty of this place more. And if you are an adventure seeker, here you can find horse riding activity.


Deogarh makes the ultimate destination for your weekend. This place has a magnificent waterfall named Pradhanpat waterfall. Not only this, but it is also famous for Deogarh Mahal.

4 .Offbeat Places in Rajasthan


Jhalawar is popular for its flora and fauna; it has the best-looking landscape. The fields here look completely red due to poppy flower and orange because of Orchards.
This place is also known for its cultural heritage, for visiting you can find lots of old temples, forts & palaces of Mughal dynasty.

Dundlod Fort

If you are fond of history, this is the historical destination for you. Here, the forts and old libraries are converted to beautiful hotels. Here, you can witness lots of items belonging to the royal family. For attraction here horse show is organized every year.


This place is well-known for its castle. The forts and castles found here are in the style of Shekhawati. Here, the forts are better known for their viewpoint, balconies, and terraces. The essence of this city is also spiritual, as it is surrounded by temples.


This place is named after a river and it is surrounded by Granite Mountain.

For wildlife enthusiasts here is a sanctuary where you will see exotic birds, big cats, and crocodiles. This place is also a paradise for birds migrating in winter.


Khuri is known for its sand dunes, for fun and thrilling experience, this is the only place which will put a smile on your face. Camel riding, horse riding, and racing, everything can be seen here. Furthermore, this is also another spot for witnessing birds.

5. Rajasthan Culture

Dance and Music

India’s famous dance comes from this state; even Bollywood is a big fan of their dance and music. The Ghoomar dance which we see in recent movies is from Jodhpur and Kalbeliya dance comes from Jaisalmer. These dances are even famous on an international level.

Also, folk songs are an important culture of Rajasthan. Bhopa, Teratali, kathputli etc. are some of the traditions followed in this culture. Ballads are the common folk music that signifies the history and love of this culture. And Kanhaiya Geet, Bhajans & Vanis are the religious songs devoted to their culture. The common instruments used in this music are dholak, sitar and sarangi.


Dal Baati Choorma, Gatte ki Sabzi, Khichadi are the flavors of Rajasthan. Rajasthan has a lot more to give for the foodie in you, from the very famous laddoos, malpuas, mishri, mawa and ghevar, sohan halwa, dil jaani, rasgullas to jalebis.


Most of the textile industry is located in Rajasthan, thus it is famous for its textiles, ornamental stones, and handcrafts. Wood furniture from Rajasthan comes with beautiful artwork on it and it is also decorated with bright colors. Rajasthan is also the exporter of some of the rare prints like Bagaru prints, Sanganer prints. Also, Zari embroidery is mainly exported product of Rajasthan.


You can find many old temples, forts, and huge infrastructure in Rajasthan, which was afterward renovated into a new form. This new architecture of the temple is known as Gurjara-Pratihara Style.


Like other states of India, Rajasthan is no different; it is the home of all major religions. Here, you can get to see people of different religions including Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Jain, and Sindhi.

6. Hidden Facts of Rajasthan

Most of you might be unaware of the unknown facts of Rajasthan, Here they are listed:

Aravalli Range is in Rajasthan and it is the oldest mountain range of India.

Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan.

Jaisalmer, famous place of Rajasthan, is the 3rd largest district in India.

7. Untouched Places in Rajasthan

Kuchaman City

It is one of the biggest cities in this state. There are assorted unseen forts in this city. Very few Bollywood movies are made here and this is the reason that very few people are aware of this beautiful place. Kuchaman City has a fort located at the top of a cliff, now the fort has been converted into a hotel. This place also offers various options for shopping like Rajasthani fabric and handcrafted items.

Rusirani Village

This village is nearby Jaipur. And if you want to know the culture of Rajasthan in deep, this place is a must-visit.

Bhangar Fort

One of the famous forts from our favorite childhood horror series “Horror Show” was shot here. This spooky fort is one of the most haunted places in India. Even the Government of India has imposed timing for visiting this area.


This place has a fort from the medieval period located in the midst of the desert. Mihir Garh Fort is a fascinating attraction in Khandi.

8. Unusual Things to Do in Rajasthan

Plan a road trip to Rajasthan and you can get the joy of riding on the roads. As it is dangerous to self-drive in rural areas, I would suggest you hire a car or private driver.

Choose to go for zipping from one cliff to another and you’ll get the experience of a lifetime. Expert’s tip for you is that you must put on a helmet and that you are at ease in.

Safari is another best option to date with the wildlife of Rajasthan – this state is home to some of the most excellent wildlife and bird sanctuaries in India. Here, the most famous ones are Sariska, Tiger Reserve, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, etc. 

There are various luxurious places to relax and make the most out of your vacation with your family and friends. Rajasthan will offer you the experience of a lifetime and let you create memories to relish it forever.

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