A thousand images rise, when we think about India as like, sloe-eyed women in brilliant sarees, decorative staircases, swaying down village streets, doric pillars, ornamental brackets, light streaming in through large windows, wildlife sanctuaries and national park of Uttaranchal, the luminous Taj Mahal, love poem in marble, the sand dunes of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, bustling Mumbai, verdant northeast forests where orchids grow wild, the breathtaking sunsets at land's end, India is, most of all, destinations to be savoured.
India’s some of the most enthralling forts and palaces, a true royal retreat. The architectural grandeur and magnificence of these forts and palaces makes the visitors feel the ebb and flow of the Indian history. Some of the famous forts are located in Indian states of Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Karnataka and Tamilnadu.
Most of the palaces in India has been changed into heritage hotels now one can enjoy living like maharajah or maharani while staying at these hotels. It is not just a romantic longing for a royal experience, it is also the search for the truly authentic Indian experience that bring thousands of heritage lovers to India. Your arrival at these palace-hotels is like an historical event, full of pomp and grandeur.
The northern part of the country has a plenty of forts and palaces, which can be seen at various places in Delhi, Agra and other northern parts of the country. Rajasthan, is a great place for a tour of forts and palaces. Almost all the major tourist destinations in Rajasthan have forts and palaces as an integral part of their landscape. Few to name are Ajmer Palace , City Palace Jaipur , Hawa Mahal , City Palace Udaipur etc.. Some of the palaces covered are Neemrana Fort, Dundlod, Samode Palace, Khimsar, Rambagh, Lake Palace, Umaid Bhawan, and Mandwa Castle.
The world famous monuments Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort..Visit these most famous forts and palaces in Northern India and discover a whole new world as you meander down the centuries. Perhaps no other state in India has forts and palaces that match the forts and palaces of North India in grandeur and scale. Southern Part of India is also well-known for its temples, there are some imposing forts also that attract tourists on their tour of south India. Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala have a number of forts and a few palaces that you can visit on your tour of South India. Karnataka in particular has forts and palaces in and around Mysore. The forts in Kerala were built by the Dutch and British. It is said that Rajasthan houses the largest number of forts in the world. Built by the legendary kings of this desert land , these forts today are a great tourist attractions.