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CHAND BAORI-ABHANERI
Abhaneri is a small town village, The place is popular for the amazing 'Baoris' (step wells) and Harshat Mata Temple. The village of Abhaneri is believed to be established by the King Raja Chand. In the present day, this city of brightness is in ruins; still it attracts tourists from across the globe. Abhaneri is prominent for 'Baoris', which are the unique invention of the natives for harvesting rain water. Chand Baori is one of India's deepest and largest step wells. The huge tank with delicate carvings is certainly delightful to the eyes.

HARSHAT MATA TEMPLE
 Adjoining the Chand Baori, there is a temple, dedicated to Harshat Mata. This temple serves as the other tourist attraction of Abhaneri. Raised during the 10th century, the wrecks of the temple still boast of the architectural and sculptural styles of ancient India. Harshat Mata is considered to be the goddess of joy and happiness. The temple is worth visiting for its amazing architecture and that too, which belongs to the medieval India. Abhaneri has a glorious past and this hoary magnetism of the place, attracts tourists to its threshold, from all over the world.



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BHANDAREJ- BAORI
Bhandarej is famous for walls, sculptures, decorative lattice work, terracotta utensils etc found in excavation. It is situated at about 10 Kms from the district headquarter towards Sikandra  on NH-11. The Bhandarej Baori (Step Well) and Hotel Bhadravati Palace are important places to visit.  The Baori is a magnificent architectural creation and has 150 wide steps going towards the main  well, approximately 70 feet in width. The Palace is an interesting blend of both Mughal andRajput architecture having courtyards, arched windows and traditionally painted verandahs.

RUINS OF BHANGARH
There are ghosts, and there are haunted places. How many haunted places, though, have the distinction of being acknowledged by a government? None, we think.Take Bhangarh in the state of Rajasthan, India for example. Local mythology says the place is haunted, as local mythologies are wont to do. But in this case, the Archaelogical Survey of India (ASI) in charge of it warns people off the area! The ASI is the official government body in charge across India of all the monuments and ruins.



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NEELKANTH MAHADEV TEMPLE
A large stone Linga was also found whose top only is visible above originally belonged to a Shiv Temple on the summit of the hill and a temple of Neelkanth occupies the site. The temple is situated on the Arawali mountain range at the top of the hill. Rajput kings made security arrangements adjacent to the temple. Cannons are still seen on the temple corridor. The tiny stone structures can be seen bearing the houses at the sidewalls on the way to temple. These are built by pilgrims on their way to supposed that this would fulfil their wishes of having a house of their own.

SARISKA TIGER RESERVE 
Sariska National Park lies in the Aravalli hills in Rajasthan. It is spread across an area of 492 km2 in the forest of Sariska. Sariska wildlife sanctuary is established in the year 1955 and declared as a national Park in 1979. Once the Sariska forests were the hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Alwar. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary in one of the protected wildlife areas of the country, where Project Tiger remained successful. Besides tigers, you can spot a number of other wild animals such as leopard, wild dog, sambar, chital, wild boar, hare, nilgai, civet, four-horned antelope, gaur (Indian bison) and porcupine.



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TAJMAHAL AGRA
The construction of Taj Mahal started in the year 1631 and it took approximately 22 years to build it. An epitome of love, it made use of the services of 22,000 laborers and 1,000 elephants. It was built entirely out of white marble, which was brought in from all over India and central Asia. After an expenditure of approximately 32 million rupees (approx US $68000), Taj Mahal was finally completed in the year 1653. However, the history of Taj Mahal of India still has some gaps. For example, there are many theories regarding the architect of this magnificent monument.

RANTHAMBHORE
The topography of the Ranthambhore supports the growth of scrub-thorn arid forests, dry deciduous forests, rocks and grasses. The major wild animals that you will encounter while on Tours to Ranthambhore includes Spotted Deer, Sambar, Blue Bull, Tiger, Leopard, Caracal, Rusty Spotted Cat, Jungle Cat, Four-horned Antelope, Wild Boar, Jackal, Hyena, and others.Ranthambhore is also well known as the habitat of Rhesus Monkeys, and your Ranthambhore Tour will also introduce you to these monkeys which are commonly found around Talvriksh.



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AMBER FORT
Amer Fort, is situated in Amer about 11 KMs from Jaipur. The fort was built by Maharaja Man Singh I in 1592. The Kachchawahas ruled here for about Six centuries. The fort is a live example of Hindu as well as Muslim architecture.The Fort is situated atop the hill and the entrance is on the foot. The artwork done on the walls of the fort will leave you stunned and speechless. The entire complex is built with white marble along with red sandstone.An Elephant ride from the Grand Entrance Gate to the top of the Main building would be a real delight of visit to this marvelous Amber Fort.

KEOLADEO GHANA NATIONAL PARK
Keoladeo Ghana National Park is popularly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. It is situated at Bharatpur in Rajasthan. It is one of the finest bird sanctuaries of India. The reserve was declared as a national park in 1982. In the year 1985, it came in the list of UNESCO's World Heritage Site.
The sanctuary nurtures more than 375 species of birds including numerous migratory birds. A huge number of migratory birds include several species of cranes, pelicans, geese, ducks, eagles, larks and hawks to name a few. The migrants are generally come from the Siberia and Central Asia.



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MEHANDIPUR BALAJI
Long ago the image of Lord Balaji and that of Pret Raja (the King of spirits) appeared from the Arawali hills. Now people suffering from malignant spirits and black magic or spell get their relief when they make an appeal for relief to Shri Bheruji Pret Raj Sankar holds his court and awards punishment to the malignant spirits, ghosts, goblins, sprites, ghouls, evil eyed witches etc.

   
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