Rajasthan,Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa

Western India comprises the following states.
• Rajasthan — The land of warriors, deserts, colorful saris, historic forts and Rajput temples
• Gujarat — An important business hub, and a great place to purchase traditional textiles.
• Maharashtra — India's third largest state is home to two of its most fascinating cities, Mumbai and Pune
• Goa — Home to the country's best beaches

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West India Tour Packages

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Jaipur — Capital of rajasthan known as Pink City Famous tourist palaces Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Birla Temple, Chokhi Dhani etc.
Jodhpur — The Blue City. Famous tourist palaces Mehrangarh Fort, Jashwant, Thada and Umaid Bhawan Palace etc.
Jaisalmer — The Golden City, famous for Desert Camping in Sam Sand Dunes, Golden Fort, Gadisar Lake, Patwo ki Haveli, Nathmal HAveli, Tajia Tower, Bada Bagh, Jaislamer War Museum, Tanot Mata Temple.
Mountabu — The hill station of rajasthan, Guru Sikhar Rajasthan Top Point, Wax Museum, Achalgarh, Adhar Devi Temple, Delwara Jain Temple, Brahmakumari Peace Palace, Nakki Lake, Tod Rock, Sunset Point etc.
Mumbai — The financial capital of India and capital of Maharastra Famous tourist palaces Gateway of India, Juhu Beach, Marine Drive, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Haji Ali Dargah, Elephanta Caves, Siddhivinayak Temple, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Worli Sea Face, Hanging Garden, Mumbai Fim City, Snow World etc,
Pune — Maharashtra second largest city famous tourist palaces Shaniwar wada, Aga Khan Palace, Sinhagad Fort, Nebula etc.
Ahmedabad — Largest City of Gujrat famous tourist palaces are Sabaramati Ashram, World Vintage Car Museum, Dada Hari Wav, Sawami Narayana Temple, Jhulta Minar, Bhadra Fort and Teen Darwaza. 
Surat — Famous as name India Diamond city,  Tourist palaces are Hajira Village, Dumas Beatch, Dutch Garden,sardar Patel Museum, Dandi etc.

Now one of the major tourist attractions in Gujarat is -The Statue of Unity - Visit World's Tallest Statue most attraction here are Statue of Unity, Exhibition Hall/ Museum and Wall of Unity, Laser Light and Sound Show, Visit Sardar Sarovar Dam and Valley of Flowers, ??
Since we were driving from Mumbai to Jaipur, we began our outing with Amber Fort, which falls in transit. Golden, on the off chance that you review from the film Jodha Akbar, is Aishwarya Rai's old neighborhood before she weds Hrithik Roshan. Truth be told, the kadhai that she utilizes in the film to cook for Akbar is apparently a similar vessel that is put in Amber Fort. Bollywood random data aside, this lovely stronghold is of incredible verifiable centrality and is an unquestionable requirement do on any Jaipur schedule. The elephant ride from the parking garage to the post's passageway is a totally magnificent encounter.
Weather in East India is always not so cold not so hot. In synopsis Jaipur has warm dry winters, amazingly blistering/dry early summers and a short storm season. The best season to visit Rajasthan or Gujarat  is throughout the winter months when the climate is at its coolest and driest. During the storm season the downpour will in general fall in the late evening and during the night in this manner guests can investigate Jaipur promptly in the day. The most exceedingly awful season to visit Jaipur is in the strongly hot long periods of April, May and June.






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