12 beautiful photographs that prove why Udaipur and Jaipur are crowned to be India’s favourite cities | Jaipur Beat

Rajasthan is one of India’s most sought-after tourist destinations for a wide range of reasons, but the most prominent reason is its exclusivity and rich history. Due to that the place holds a distinctive place in the hearts of travellers. It’s the mystical landscapes combined with the hospitality of people that offer one of the most spectacular and pampering journeys to travellers experiencing luxury, here.

At the recently held Readers’ Travel Awards 2019, India’s most discerning travellers picked Udaipur as their favourite city in the country and the ‘Favourite Leisure Destination in India’.  Whereas, our beloved Pink City was crowned runner up in the category of ‘Favorite City in India’. Isn’t that incredible?

While travelling to this part of the country, vacationers witness the true colours of Rajasthan portrayed by mesmerizing architecture, fascinating festivals, centurion craft, and age-old traditions. In sheer opulence and comfort, this heritage state offers a pristine experience to its travellers which is why its no surprise that both the City of Lakes and Pink City are considered favourite cities of India.

After looking at these stunning photographs of Udaipur and Jaipur, you will also get to know why they are chosen as the Favourite cities in India.

Sunrise at Udaipur
Udaipur City Palace at night
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View of lakes from the surrounding hilltop
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Jag Mandir
Water Scooter , Udaipur
Adventure sports at Fateh Sagar, Udaipur

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UNESCO World Heritage Site Amer Fort, Jaipur
Pink Marvel Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
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Statue Circle, Jaipur
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Jaipur Market
Ganesh Pol, Jaipur
City Palace, Jaipur


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