World Heritage Sites


Rajasthan state in India is famous worldwide for its architectural murals, the beauty of Great Palaces and Forts. It has a lot to offer to the tourists visiting here from different parts of the world.

The state offers awe-aspiring hill forts, palaces of ancient rulers & kings, which was once the home of Rajput Kings.

Apart from all these, protected territory and an astronomical observatory are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The former ‘Land of Rajputana’ is dotted with a huge variety of heritage sites. Some of them are listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites which include Hills Forts of Rajasthan as Chittorgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Amber Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, and Gagron Fort.

The place is just an adventurous spot one should go for. The royal legacy of Rajputs is known for its unmatched beauty as well as grandeur. These magnificent sites, their designs & the impressive architectures with opulent layout are about centuries-old but still have retained their charm.

It gives an experience that will eventually leave you with life-long memories. Acknowledge the rich heritage of Rajasthan state as UNESCO has listed its nine places as World Heritage Sites. If you want to experience the past, then we suggest you check out these World Heritage Sites on your visit to Rajasthan.

So, what are you waiting for? Plan an amazing trip to one of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites and indulge yourself in the culture & heritage of the royal state of India.

Hill Forts of Rajasthan, INDIA

Amber Fort
 Chittorgarh Fort
Gagron Fort
Jaisalmer Fort
Kumbhalgarh Fort
Ranthambhore Fort