Have you come across over how Rajasthan seems to be in Monsoon? How about watching dark clouds pouring nature’s delight on the city of royal residences and fortresses? There is something special about the monsoon in Rajasthan city as it gleamed with fawn sand dunes, and golden fortresses showered in the daylight are sufficient to catch your consideration. We should observe the spots here to experience rajasthan monsoon –
The Palace of Bundi got the enormous murals in red, golden and blue portraying the glory of Kipling’s Palace. It will take you into a time warp as it still holds the old charm.
To catch a glimpse of Bundi’s glorious past, explore this less-trodden magnificence palace.
Keoladeo National Park
Warm up your day to get up to the chatter of chirpy birds in the midst of lavish green surroundings here in Keoladeo National Park, a world heritage site known for a home site to more than 350 avian species. It is formerly referred as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, which is just 200 km away from the national capital.
The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a city that brings out the royal family. In the month of monsoon, the festival of Teej is broadly celebrated here that marks the advent of monsoon. The spectacular features of this festival are here like decorated elephants, horses, camels, antique palanquins, bullock carts pulling cannons and dancers which will urge you to put your foot a step forward to dance with them.
Udaipur is the city that gladly has a Monsoon Palace named as the Sajjangarh Palace, built by Maharana Sajjan Singh of Mewar perched on the highest point of the Aravalli hills. The palace bestows a sweeping view of the city and its dynamic green surroundings. During monsoon, Udaipur’s lakes are another appeal to see.
Bhainsrorgarh Fort Hotel
A heritage boutique hotel on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Chambal River which is at some distance away from Kota, almost bordering Madhya Pradesh lends a quaint drive. Be here for a couple of days to enjoy the rainy season around the verdant forests of Chambal.