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20 Ultimate Experiences in Rajasthan

Fodor's Logo By Abbey Chase of Fodor's | Slide 1 of 21: Historic and contemporary, lavish and modest, palaces in Rajasthan blanket the 132,000-square-mile state. Udaipur’s City Palace showcases a mix of Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles, originally built in 1559 and added to over the centuries. In Bundi, a relatively small city in southern Rajasthan, the Bundi Palace houses an impressive collection of original murals and frescoes. Jaipur’s Hawa Mahal is perhaps the city’s most famous landmark, notable for its red-pink façade and hundreds of windows to provide the royal women with a view of the street below. It’s part of the larger City Palace in Jaipur, which continues to function as a royal residence today.Plan Your Trip: Visit Fodor’s Rajasthan Travel Guide

20 Ultimate Experiences in Rajasthan

History abounds at every turn in India's largest state, but there's also bustling morning markets, brilliantly colored textiles, striking arid landscapes, and traditional cuisine.

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