Posted On :March 27, 2018
Written By : Sehgal Transport
Rajasthan is one of the most important parts of the tourism-centric Golden Triangle in India. It is the largest state in the country in terms of area and the same is true for its historical backgrounds. There are numerous Rajasthan points of interest as the state is lined with various architectural marvels from North to South and East to West, made by the art-loving Rajput Kings. Some of these royal families still continue to live and flourish in the state like the Royal Families of Mewar and Jodhpur. Cities of Jodhpur, Udaipur, MountAbu, Jaipur form the major attraction destinations for the tourists.
The cities of Jodhpur and Udaipur have been especially famous for their forts, palaces and colorful traditional heritage. Situated in the gorgeous backdrop of the Thar desert, these cities are very closely located and thus, easily linked through well-built roads. Amidst them lies the small village of Narlai. If you are willing to travel to Udaipur and Jodhpur on your next trip to Rajasthan, Narlai could well become your base to touch down both cities due to its strategic location.
With a small population of only 8000 people in all, it is a small village that could become your personal peaceful paradise away from the hustle and bustle of the major metropolitans and cities.
PLACES TO VISIT IN NARLAI
The small village in itself has several layers of history for you to unfold and experience. Places of Narlai sightseeing include:
JAIN TEMPLES AT RANAKPUR: This 13th century temple patronizes Adinatha, the first Jain Tirthankar. It is also called the Chaumukha temple, meaning having four faces.
SELI BANDH: It is a famous manmade dam, a favorite for the wildlife and birds lovers.
MUCHHAL MAHAVIR TEMPLE: This beautiful temple patronizes Lord Mahavir himself who is said to incarnate in the Muchhala from here. A famous fair is held in this regard on every 13th of the Chaitra month.
KUMBALGARH FORT: Touted as the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, this gorgeous palace was built by Rana Khumba in the 15th It has been designated as a world heritage site by UNESCO and houses the second largest wall in the world.
OLD-BAORI OF NARLAI: There exists an ancient step-well in the village. Dining experiences are created by lamps and extraordinaire folk performers.
WILDLIFE-SPOTTING: Leopard-spotting excursions are also organized for the wildlife lovers.
We also offer tent experiences like the Aravali Tent Resort at Udaipur that combine luxury with the adventure-tent life. It provides the tourist an opportunity to experience wildlife and village-life up-close, and yet not compromise on the personal luxuries. We at Sehgal Transports, believe in making memories, and not just trips. Thus, our packages include best of the transports, hotels, customer service and prices to ensure that the memories remain engraved in the minds of our precious customers, and not the price tags involved.