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Deshnok Village :
Deshnok is a tiny village located at a distance of 32 km from the Bikaner city. Initially it was called as”Dasnok” meaning ten corners of ten villages. Major reason to visit this village is due to the world famous ‘Karni Mata‘temple. The temple is centuries old and the most unique pilgrim spot of Hindus. The temple is devoted to incarnation of Goddess Durga who is believed to be living here the 14th century. The temples are full of rats and considered sacred in the Hindu religion and you can find their population in thousands. It is most amazing sight to witness these small animals roaming all around the temple complex. Feeding these rats is an important ritual and getting a sight of a white rat amidst this large population is auspicious and considered as a direct blessing from Goddess Durga herself.
Jhalawar Village :
Jhalawar village is a part of the Kota city in Rajasthan. It was formed by the Jhala community of the region in the year 1838 AD. Though small in size but the village has lots to offer in terms of its rich flora and fauna and abundant natural wealth. It is located on the Malwa plateau on the western side of Rajasthan and has woody forest, preserved wildlife, ancient forts and palaces and temples. Jhalrapatan is the major tourist attraction of this village. This place gives an insight to a collection of quite old aged temples built centuries of years ago.
Banswara Village :
Banswara village sandwiched between Udaipur and Chittorgarh city. The village acquired its name from the Hindi word ‘Bans’ which means bamboo trees that are found in abundance in this village. Often referred to as a tribal village, Banswara is the home to ‘Bhils’ community. The village has a palace of a former Banswara ruler. The village mainly constitutes of a thick and dense jungle which is inhabited with different trees like that of mango, Kahjur, and Mahua along with large and varied wildlife such as panthers, lizards, squirrels, grey shrike, grey patridge, green bee eater, jungle crow, wood pecker, and black drongo among many others. A visit to the Banswara village can also be a trip to the wildlife of this area.
Kishangarh Village :
Kishangarh village founded by the Rathore Prince Kishan Singh in the 18th century. The village lies in the north eastern region of the Rajasthan state and is just 27 km in distance from Ajmer city. The village has a lot to offer for tourist in forms of its culture and tradition that has been carried in a unique way since ages. The town is now turned into an important industrial unit but initially it was famous for miniature paintings of Savant Singh and her mistress Bani Thani. Kishangarh is now world famous for its marble craft and textile industries. The intricate marble art is truly worth a watch which is molded beautifully into different shape and sizes to craft a showcasing masterpiece by the traditional and expert craftsmen of Kishangarh. The textile industry is the major source of revenue of Kishangarh. The design and imprints on fine fabrics is indeed a souvenir of this place and highlights amazing blend of colors. Divino Indian Memoirz welcomes you to Kishangarh to experience the culture, tradition and talent of the craftsmen of this area which is nowhere to be found around the world.
Rajasthan Cultural Tours
Duration : 15 Nights - 16 Days
Destinations : Delhi » Mandawa » Bikaner » Jaisalmer » Jodhpur » Kumbhalgarh » Udaipur » Ranthambhore » Jaipur
Duration : 15 Nights - 16 Days
Destinations : Delhi » Mandawa » Bikaner » Khimsar » Nagaur » Kuchaman » Roopangarh » Pushkar » Samode » Nimrana » Delhi
Duration : 11 Nights - 12 Days
Destinations : Delhi » Agra » Bharatpur » Jaipur » Deogarh » Udaipur » Luni » Khimsar » Mandawa » Delhi