We believe that if you want to see the world made of different colors of the world, then you must visit Rajasthan once. There will be many of you who will know every little thing about Rajasthan, then there will be some people who will not have seen a single place in Rajasthan till now.
We believe that if you want to see the world made of different colors of the world, then you must visit Rajasthan once. There will be many of you who will know every little thing about Rajasthan, then there will be some people who will not have seen a single place in Rajasthan till now
. If you also come among those people who have not visited the colorful world even once, then we suggest that you should start with these beautiful villages of Rajasthan. This village is not any such village, but on seeing it people start doing photography here. If you do not believe, then let us know only through some pictures and information related to them.
Bishnoi Village, Jodhpur
Situated near the city of Jodhpur, this lovely little village is known for its sustainable lifestyle. The Bishnoi tribe residing in this village believes a lot in protecting the flora and fauna, however, this kind of thinking is fast disappearing in the urban areas.
The village is thriving with active flora and fauna and you will find many rare animals roaming the city. The route to this village actually passes through the Great Indian Desert, and to reach this rustic yet charming village, you will either have to take a jeep ride or take a charming camel ride.
This quiet village of Jodhpur is one of the places of interest in Rajasthan. The villagers are professional artists, and are known for the art of block printing and pottery. October to March is the best time to visit the village.
Khuri Village, Jaisalmer
Khuri village in Rajasthan certainly attracts tourists immensely, not only for the fact that it is the largest village in the region but also because of its true rural beauty. You can ride a camel to reach here, which you will get at any time.
This village also has straw houses covered with mud. This rustic charm is something that makes this village popular. In this village you can also live in mud house with the local people. There is also a national park nearby called Desert National Park, and it is worth visiting.
Bijaipur Village, Chittorgarh
If you are out to visit the villages of Rajasthan, then you must also visit Bijaipur village. This village is relatively unknown and far away from the people, yet it is one of the most unique and attractive villages in Rajasthan.
Situated in the lowlands of Vindhyachal, there is a jagir inside this village. This place is best to spend some time in the peace of the village from the hustle and bustle of the city. There are a few lakes and rivers here where you can spend the afternoon in peace and get to know the locals about the village.
There is also a yogi here and if you are fond of yoga then you can also take a class from him.
Khimsar Village, Jodhpur
Traditionally settled in Rajasthan, this village is situated on the edge of the desert. This village is a wonderful experience for all the travelers who come here. The local people are warm and hospitable to the people.
There are small temples, beautiful architectural landmarks and some beautiful places to keep yourself busy while you are in Khimsar. You can gather information about the village from the local people, perhaps they must have some interesting story, which you will remember for a lifetime.
There is a grand fort here, which is an architectural wonder worth seeing. You can enjoy spectacular views of the Thar Desert from the top of the fort.
Samode Village, Jaipur
Situated near Jaipur, this village is known for its beautiful havelis. Along with being in the warm hospitality of the local people, make sure you visit the famous Samod Palace too. Located in the heart of the village, the roofs and walls of this palace are well painted. The exterior designs are royal and elegant
. Surrounded by the rugged atmosphere of the village, this lovely palace presents a very beautiful picture. In the evening, you can have a good view of the palace and the village while riding a camel in the city.
Mandawa Village, Shekavati
Situated at the core of Shekhawati district in Rajasthan, this village is also famous for its havelis. From the structure of the village, it seems that there was urbanization here too. Here you can visit the Mandawa palace, which is very spectacular to see.
As soon as you see the palace, you will start to feel that kings and queens used to roam here. There are other havelis which are equally lovely like Chaukhani Haveli, Saraf Haveli, Ladiya Haveli and many more. All these havelis are majestic and worth seeing. These havelis have some of the most intricate and colorful artworks that can mesmerize you.