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Exploring a whole new state is an adventure as you have a map on your hand and you have different options of transport at your disposal. You can choose to travel Cab Service in Jodhpur, Car hire, cabs hire, transport and even taxi service. The experience will definitely differ in all of the above options and somehow it goes hand in hand with your choice and comfort level. This guide will help you discover 5 must-visit places in Jodhpur Taxi Wala.


Go for the famous Dargah and find your inner being charged as well as peaceful at the same time. Such is the magic you will discover in Ajmer. If you love exploring new places in solitude, Ajmer should be on top of your list. You get to enjoy architecture and history all over Rajasthan but Ajmer is strictly for you and your alone time to deepen.


If you are visiting Rajasthan or India for the first time, if you are a photography enthusiast, you cannot miss visiting Pushkar for there are endless emotions of rural India in its most original form. Pushkar has a lot to offer. You can visit the only Brahma God temple in the city and enjoy the mesmerising sunset. Pushkar evenings are to die for and something you will remember forever. A tip for car rental here is to research less but discover more when visiting Pushkar. Everyone takes away something else from this city.


The Pink City of Rajasthan is mostly the first stop for everyone traveling to Rajasthan. Located at a distance of 11 km from Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, the Amber Fort and Palace famously known as the Amer Fort is one of the popular forts of Rajasthan that attract the tourists from around the world. It is acknowledged for representing various elements of the Hindu tradition in an artistic manner. Jaipur is a whole lot new and a whole lot old combined together that make you realise yes the world is like a coin with two faces. Visit Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort and eat Laal maas and other Rajasthani delights here. It is a very touristy place and as a solo traveler, you might like it too much. And if you love art and monuments, it is a must visit.


Enjoy the historic tales at Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur Located on a 122 m high hill, 400 feet above the city and surrounded by magnificent thick walls, the fort has seven entry gates. Out of seven gates, the travelers mostly look for Lohapol (Iron Gate) that has several small tragic handprints, the sati marks of the widows of Maharaja Man Singh, who in 1843 threw themselves on his pyre. All these, still grab the attention of the visitors and raise their curiosity to get deep into the history and learn more about the place.


The heart of Rajasthan and the land of Thar is Bikaner. Formerly known as Chintamani, the fort was renamed in the early 20th century as Junagarh or “Old Fort” after the ruling family shifted to Lalgarh Palace outside the limits of the fort. Even though this fort has been attacked many times in the past, it has never been conquered by the enemies. With huge towers and ramparts for defense, Enjoy camel rides, caravans and old music as well as the architecture of the Jain Temple in Bikaner. You will not be disappointed when you stay in tents in the desert overnight under the stars.

                   “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world”


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