Road trip to RAJASTHAN -Dausa -Tonk -SriGanganagar -Bharatpur -Chittorgarh

Khamma-Ghani, Kikan ho sa? Theek ho? Yes we are here again to explore the unforgettable embrace of Rajasthan. In Rajasthan you will find every hue in Nature’s grand palette – the red sands, the blue of royalty, the pink cities or the amber sunsets. Surrender yourself to the sounds of trinkets or the sounds of the all conquering wind. Sight and sounds that are far removed from any city. Sights and sounds that will transport you into a folk lore. Here you will find the past, the present and the future. You will find passion. You will find adventure. And you will find yourself.


Top view of Dausa town of Rajasthan



The city of Dausa is situated in the north-eastern region of Rajasthan, a region widely known as Dhundhar it was ruled by Bargujars in which Dausa was an important political location for the Dhundhar region. The Bargujar ruler Manthan Dev ruled this region during 9th century AD is evident from the Rajor inscriptions found. It is one of the 7 Districts of Jaipur division and is surrounded by Jaipur, Alwar, Sawai Madhopur, Karauli, Bharatpur and Tonk. The mountain ranges in Dausa are part of North Aravalli Range.


Tonk district in Rajasthan


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A small town near the city of Jaipur, Tonk is one of the most interesting places in Rajasthan and is renowned for its old havelis and mosques. This elegant town of Jaipur was once ruled by the Pathans of Afghanistan. The ancient town takes pride in its beautiful architectural wonders, established during the Mughal era.


Sri Ganganagar | राजस्थान का पंजाब | RJ 13 | Documentary Film By Honey Vee | JAGJIT SINGH |


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Today, Sri Ganganagar is famed for its produce of wheat, mustard, cotton, bajra, sugarcane and grams. Sri Ganganagar Rajasthan is first well planned modern cities of India to be influenced by Paris. By the efforts of Maharaja Ganga Singh, who brought the Gang canal In 1927.


Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India HD


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Being a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, the duck-hunting reserve of the Maharajas is one of the major wintering areas for large numbers of aquatic birds from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China and Siberia. Named after the dense jungle that surrounded an old Shiva Temple, this 29 square kilometre man-made wetland is renowned for migratory birds – ducks, geese, waders, raptors, flycatchers and more.

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Welcome to Chittorgarh- Rajasthan, land of India’s largest fort. If you’re planning to pay a visit to the city then watch this video to get the list of top tourist places, attractions and things to do here in the city.