UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan1. Chittorgarh Fort
2. Kumbhalgarh Fort
3. Ranthambore Fort
4. Gagron Fort
5. Amber Fort
6. Jaisalmer Fort
7. Keoladeo National Park
8. Jantar Mantar, Jaipur.
The properties of Rajput royals that once ruled this colorful and vibrant state are now prestigious World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan. These sites are either ruins of ancient structures or opulent forts, and even a wildlife sanctuary. All these present the rich legacy of old times that is visible through grand architecture, impressive interiors, and lovely ambiance.
A multitude of Indians to International tourists visit this state for its majestic and ancient UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rajasthan. The list includes six Hill Forts, Jantar Mantar, National Park, astronomical observatory, and Jaipur City. While Hill Forts represent the grandeur and opulence of the Royals and Kings, Jantar Mantar is an unusual treat.
Keoladeo National houses several species of migratory and resident birds; however, Jaipur City got this esteemed status for it being a "Pink City" district and traditions that date back to 1876. All these historical sites are unique in themselves and deserve a visit to learn about the state's rich tradition, culture and heritage.