Controversy over the film Padmavat may have stirred up in film corridors, but this controversy has given Rajasthan tourism a lot of repercussions. Gaurav Chawla, the director of travel service provider of Delhi, also admits: He says, Rajasthan was already on top of the favorites list of travelers. Earlier, where 50% of the bookings were for other travel destinations, 50% preferred to go to Rajasthan.

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Most people preferred to visit Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, and Mount Abu, but the transit of people who went to Rajasthan because of this controversy has increased to 70%. Most people are crazy about Chittorgarh, but in addition to Chittor, there is also a craze for people to visit Rajasthan’s other historic palace. There is also the enthusiasm of knowing the Rajasthani culture.

Seeing Rajwada look, especially after looking the actress Deepika Padukone, women are more interested in the luxury lifestyle of Rajputana queens. So today we will talk about some of the palaces and forts in Rajasthan where women can feel themselves like a queen.

Mandwa Fort:

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It was built by Thakur Naval Singh of Shekhawati in 1755. Now it has been converted to a luxury hotel. Mirror work, Lord Krishna and animals have been distinguished in the entire fort. Along with this, rooms present here are filled with antique furniture. The good thing is that there is also a separate room for single women, which is just 7,000 for rent.

Mandir Palace:

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Temple Palace in Jaisalmer was built in the 20th Century. Now it has been given the look of the hotel. The specialty of this hotel is that the guests coming here are given Royal treatment. The beauty of this place is doubled during the night when there is a light show here. There is a tower named Badal Vilas in this palace, from where the beautiful view of Jaisalmer city is found.

Gajner Fort

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About 20 miles from Bikaner, this fort located in Gajner was built by Maharaja Gaj Singh. Built on the banks of the lake, this fort was famous for animal hunting in British period. Now hunting here is forbidden, and the palace has also been converted into a luxury hotel. In the lavish room where you will get Royal Feeling, nearby wildlife will take you closer to nature.

Jag Mandir

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Inspired by the Taj Mahal built by Shah Jahan, this palace was built by Sisodia Rajput Maharana Jagat Singh. This Palace, located in Udaipur, is situated on the banks of Lake Pichola. The special thing is that the boat has to be used to reach this palace. So if you are fond of boating, then your desire will get fulfilled here.