Go for a walk in the rainy season in these 5 places of Rajasthan, you will have fun.

Monsoon has arrived in many parts of North India and now many people have started making plans to travel. By the way, in the rainy season, people prefer to roam around in a place where there are no flood, landslides or other hazards related to the weather. In such a situation, Rajasthan is a great place to visit in the rain and we are sure that many tourist places here will make your trip memorable. Let's know about those places.

Jalore - Located at the foothills of the Golden Jubilee Mountain, Jalore is called the 'City of Granite and Grandeur'. In fact, in the monsoon season, the Aravali ranges of the city look enchanting. Full of hills and greenery here, this city is famous for its historical forts. Along with this, you can find many places including Jalore Fort, Artillery, Sundha Mata Temple, Malik Shah's Mosque, Siri Temple to visit here.

Mount Abu - Mount Abu is included in the tourist place of Rajasthan. It is the only hill station in Rajasthan which is one of the most loved destinations of tourists. This destination is the best in the rain. With its blue water and clean environment, Lake Nakki looks extremely romantic in the monsoons. Mount Abu has many great places including Nakki Lake, Guru Shikhar, Todd Rock View Point, Mount Abu Sanctuary, Dilwara Jain Temple.

Udaipur - Udaipur is one of the best places to visit in the rainy season. Here this city with attractive views of Fateh Sagar Lake and the beauty of nature looks breathtaking as it gets drenched in rain. Along with this, there are many places to visit in the city, which include Udaipur City Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Monsoon Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, Pichola Lake.

Pushkar - One of the most popular destinations of Rajasthan is the beautiful city of Pushkar. In fact, the weather here becomes good during the rainy season. Apart from this, in this city you can also visit cultural and religious places. The major attractions here include Pushkar Lake, Lord Brahma Temple, Savitri Temple, Rangji Temple.

Jhalawar - Situated on the border of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Jhalawar town is a vibrant place full of flora and fauna. The lush green landscape of Jhalawar here is surrounded by red rocks, which look spectacular after being washed away by the rain. At the same time, orange orchards and red poppy fields make it one of the picturesque monsoon destinations of Rajasthan. Here you can visit Jhalawar Fort, Gagaron Fort, Kolvi Caves, Chandrabhaga Temple, Jhalrapatan, Dwarkadhish Temple, Herbal Garden.

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