Top 5 Villages in Rajasthan - The best of Rajasthan

Famous villages of Rajasthan

Top 5 Villages in Rajasthan - The best of Rajasthan

If you want to witness the rich culture and its tradition, none but Rajasthan proves the best India Tour in the country. From magnificent forts and havelis to the rugged landscape of the dessert, Rajasthan is the go-to place for any tourists. With its lip-smacking cuisine to the tune of the folk songs, Rajasthan proves the best exotic place in India.

Out of the typical spot of Rajasthan like Jaipur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer, Rajasthan villages portrays the real scenario of the culture. Away from the modern equipment and modern lifestyle, the villages is the quintessential for any person to relax in solemn and solitudes.

Here are some the must visit villages in Rajasthan:

1. Bishnoi Village

Bishnoi village is one of the most visited village in Rajasthan in witnessing the nature protection activities. The residents of the village give a major earning goal by using primitive methods. Bishnoi village is often termed as the eco-friendly village in India. The only village where one can notices patches of greenery all around and the extension of protecting the wildlife is a must watch for all the tourist.

Jeep Safari or the camel safari are one of the popular activity here where each hamlets of the village has each significance in preserving the tradition and culture of Rajasthan. Located 22km away from Jodhpur, Bishnoi Village is a must visit to experience the ancient culture of Rajasthan. Winter season is by far the best time to visit the place.

2. Ranakpur Village

Ranakpur Village is yet another village which gives a different scenario than the Bishnoi Village. Where Bishnoi village is all about protecting the nature force, Ranakpur Village is mainly known for the popular Jain Temple or the Ranakapur Temple. The temple anticipates the structure of Mahavira. The main attraction in the temple is the Chaumukha temple which is the four faced temples made and furnished with fine marbles.

Another interesting thing of the village is the lifestyle of the people where the villagers is painted with various elements that of peacock, elephants and human figure and many more. The village is the supporter of Jainism and one can figure out the lifestyle of them.

Located at 90 km from Udaipur, the village is a should be in the to-do-list. October to march is the ideal time to visit the village.

3. Kumbhalgarh Village

Kumbhalgarh Village is another village where the tourist witnesses the glory of Rajput ruler Maharana Pratap. Kumbhalgarh Fort is the primary attraction spot of the village. Perhaps the fort is the vital spot of Mewar after the Chittorgarh fort. After the gateway of china, the Kumbhalgarh fort is considered to have the largest wall.

The fort encompasses various spots to tour at. Some of them are Kumbha palace, Badal mahal ; the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, and Jain temples, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple etc.

Apart from the fort one can fixe a camel safari in the sandy lands or witness the rustic life of the villagers. Many shows are conducted in the evening the Kumbhalgarh fort which is the icing on the cake. 84km away from the Udaipur airport, Kumbhalgarh village gives you a nice stay in the month of October to February.

4. Samode Village

Located at a distance of 42 km from Jaipur, the little and lonely village is known for its havelis. The village is the perfect escape from the urban life to the rustic life along with the submerging of the traditional life in India.

The subtle nature of the villagers here will provide the trip a memorable one. A camel ride here in the village is one of the engaging activities where you will be amused with the village lifestyle. Samode palace is also one of the tour spots here. Samode village is the one-day halt section when you are travelling to Shekhawati.

5. Kuchaman Village

Kunchaman village lies in the Naguar area, is a must visit to see the rich cultural and tradition of Rajasthan Village. The Kunchaman village presents the tourist with the marvelous structure and with fine craftsmanship of such wonderful havelis.

Meera Mahal, Lok Dev Temple, Sabha Prakash, China Pole, Kuchaman fortress are some of them to witness the brilliuancy. Apart from the havelis, there are many alternative spots like Sambar Salt Lake, Sheesh Mahal, Meena Bazaar, Sunheri Burj, Jal Mahal.

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