Guru Shikhar on Mount Abu is the highest point at 1,722 meters. The Aravalli Range is arguably the Earth's oldest geological feature, dating back to the Proterozoic epoch. The Aravalli Range is an important barrier to the expansion of the western desert due to its abundance of natural resources.
Nestled amidst the captivating wilderness of Sariska, this pristine resort in Sariska offers not only a tranquil sanctuary but also serves as a gateway to the rich historical tapestry of the region. The resort’s proximity to historical landmarks allows you to immerse yourself in the remnants of Sariska’s past. Explore the majestic forts, which stand as a testament to the regal lineage that once graced these lands. Marvel at the intricate architecture and immerse yourself in the grandeur of a bygone era.
The stories of valiant kings and queens, of animals, farmers, and nobles, as well as of sacrifice and love, are deeply ingrained in Rajasthani tradition. These folktales describe the challenges that Rajasthani people face on a daily basis.
Near Rajasthan's Dausa district, in the Abhaneri or Abaneri hamlet, is the Hindu shrine known as the Harshat Mata Temple. One of the world's biggest and most gorgeous step wells, Chand Baori, is located not far from the temple.
Rajasthan is well-known for its forts, deserts, and royalty. But even as you swoon over the magnificent beauty and majesty of the forts and palaces that still stand intact, there is one location that has the power to drastically alter the entire scene.
Sariska, one of Alwar's most well-liked attractions, provides an exhilarating escape from the urban jungle. The area is fascinating and a fantastic location for all nature lovers or adrenaline seekers…