While other forts in Rajasthan may boast more pomp and glamour, the 15th-century Kumbhalgarh fort boasts the longest wall fortification in India.
Candlelit restaurants with glasswork and meals with a whiff of tradition at the JW Marriott Jaipur Resort and Spa.
Amanbagh’s Mughal-style pavilions and villas offer kingly comforts to common folk.
From art installations to masterclasses, the India Ceramic Triennale will bring artisanal clay craft into the mainstream.
A stay at this haveli-turned-hotel helps reimagine the life of Bikaner’s last maharaja.
Seeking the sarus crane, the world’s tallest bird, in the wetlands of Keoladeo National Park near Delhi.
At Aman-i-Khas's luxury camp, nilgai show up at dinner and safaris are scripted like a thriller.
Watch movies in an open-air theatre, go dune-boarding and camp in the middle of the desert at Ragasthan Music Festival.
Music stalwarts and contemporary artistes both take stage at the India Music Summit.
Experience the state at its grandest and most eccentric in two majestic retreats—the Alila Fort Bishangarh and Malji Ka Kamra.