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  • Karauli
    Karauli, Tourism

    Discover the Charms of Karauli, Rajasthan: The Heritage of Hidden Hospitality.

    Hidden in the eastern region of Rajasthan, Karauli the charming town is tucked in the folds of the rough Aravalli hills. Steeped in history, resplendent with architectural wonder and spangled with vibrant traditions, Karauli has much to offer tourists who are patient enough to unravel its mysteries. Plan your Trip to Rajasthan Best Places to Have the Best Trip Planning! A Glimpse into History of Karauli: Karauli is a city which has a historic past as old as times which dates back to ancient times. The erstwhile state of Karauli was once ruled by the Yaduvanshi Rajputs and has seen the ebb and flow of imperial politics with each passing dynasty, a reflection of which is visible, not only in the form of imposing forts, palaces and temples that dot it but also in the form of the culture it epitomizes. In place of the majestic City Palace, one can witness the magnificent work of the organisers, showing the style of Rajputati and Mughal architecture the work. Sacred Sanctuaries: It has mystic importance which brings back the history of temples…

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  • Alwar
    The Taj Mahal

    The Taj Mahal

    The Fantastic Guide of The Taj Mahal is considered to be the greatest architectural achievement in the whole range of Indo-Islamic architecture. Its recognized architectural beauty has a rhythmic combination of solids and voids, concave and convex, and light shadow; such as arches and domes further increases the aesthetic aspect. Your trip to India is almost incomplete if you do not visit the most famous landmark of India, and that is, the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is not only famous among Indians but also popular all around the globe with almost millions of tourists visiting every year. When I visited this iconic and beautiful place, I was seriously amazed at its beauty and simplicity. I visited Agra by train from Delhi. It took approx 3 hours to reach Agra. I reached their early morning and saw all the historical views of it in one day. The Taj Mahal is just 7 km away from the railway station of Agra. So, I took an auto rickshaw from the railway station and went to the Taj Mahal. There are three gates…

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