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20 Ultimate Experiences in Rajasthan

Fodor's Logo By Abbey Chase of Fodor's | Slide 1 of 21: <p>Historic and contemporary, lavish and modest, palaces in Rajasthan blanket the 132,000-square-mile state. <a href="http://www.fodors.com/world/asia/india/rajasthan/things-to-do/sights/reviews/city-palace-424652">Udaipur’s City Palace</a> 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 <strong>Bundi Palace</strong> houses an impressive collection of original murals and frescoes. Jaipur’s <a href="http://www.fodors.com/world/asia/india/rajasthan/things-to-do/sights/reviews/hawa-mahal-110533">Hawa Mahal</a> 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 <strong>City Palace</strong> in Jaipur, which continues to function as a royal residence today.</p><p><strong>Plan Your Trip:</strong> Visit <a href="http://www.fodors.com/world/asia/india/rajasthan#overview-review">Fodor’s Rajasthan Travel Guide</a></p>

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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