12 reasons to take a trip to Rajasthan this winter!

Rajasthan in winter

Travelling is bliss. But being able to travel in winter is a boon. And travelling through the forts and sands of Rajasthan in winter – heaven!

Moonlit walks as the chilly winter breeze hits your nose, the warm embrace of layers of blanket as you cuddle in, waking up to the fragrance of hot milk and the sweet ember of jalebis. Raw beauty of leafless branches and bright sky, give the world a permanent Sepia effect – a hue and contrast you wish never ends.

 

Pushkar, a sweet little place of tranquility and a home to many backpackers looking to chill out during their travels in Rajasthan. Life moves a little slower here and the city is less hectic than other places in India. Just the perfect little break after a few weeks of hopping around. #pushkar #indiagram #india #adventure #travel . . . . . . #travelphotography #travelpic #letsgosomewhere #photographylovers #landscape #wanderlust #landscapephotography #discoverglobe #instatravel #travelgram #adventure #traveltheworld #travelblogger #travelstories #rei1440project #welltravelled #igtravel #worldcaptures #theoutbound #exploremore #keepitwild #justgoshoot #exploretocreate #passionpassport #agameoftones

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Trudging up and down the giant staircases in layers of warmth with steaming kullads of masala chai – Rajasthan in winters must be what inspired the kings to build those sprawling beauties. Not to forget, it was also our beloved travel bloggers’ favourite winter vacation spot.

 

The Epic confrontation.

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With a hope of giving you some winter travel goals, we at Travel Lounge, bring to you Rajasthan in winter through ten breath-taking Instagrams.

It isn’t just the forts and the palaces – it is the colour that the state holds! The Pink City, the Blue City! Rajasthan is a bright canvas with a mix of colours, cultures, art, and history.  

And one of the best, rather most important reasons to visit Rajasthan in winters? Their rich, delicious, and simply lip smacking food! For the street food lovers there’s kullhad chai and pyaaz ki kachori; for vegetarians gatte ki sabzi and the meat lovers have lal maas. And don’t even bother worrying about your sweet tooth – ghewar, jalebi rabdi, gulab jamun – the place has got it all covered!

 

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Relish delectable Rajasthani food in Jaisalmer during your stay at Club Mahindra resort in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

Dark night clouds romancing the city lights, changing shades of sky, royal abodes and grandeur in every corner – Rajasthan needs to be your next trip. So, when do you start planning?

Experience a royal family holiday like never before in our Haveli Style Resort In Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

A writer by Karma, grammar Nazi by heart and traveler by hope, Saloni loves to pen about anything under the sun. With three years of journalism experience under her kitty, Saloni has tried hands on various beats including – Social Media, e-commerce, Mobile, Indian radio, Advertising, Food and Travel. Writing for various national and international publications has given Saloni an understanding of the science of social media.

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