A wonderful way to see Rajasthan is to visit its many pilgrimage centres and temples, many of them close to places of important tourist interest.
Arrive Bikaner from Shekhawati Delhi. Visit its camel breeding
farm, and the Jain temple, one of the oldest in the state, as well as the temples of Raj Ratan Bihari, and Rasik Shiromani.
Morning, visit Junagarh fort; afternoon, excursion to Desknoke to Karni Mata's temple, extraordinary because it offers sanctuary to rats in its shrine.
Drive to Jaisalrner, visiting Kolayat with its temples, and Pokaran's Ramdevji shrine.
Sightseeing at Jaisalmer, including the Jain temples within the fort, and at Lodurva.
Drive to Jodhpur, en route visiting the temples of Osian, and sightseeing in the city.
Sightseeing at Mehrangarh, and then drive to Ranakpur with its magnificently carved temples.
Drive to Udaipur, en route visiting the temples of Mahavira at Ghanerao, and the shrines of Charbhuja, Nathdwara and Eklingji.
Sightseeing in Udaipur, including the Jagdish temple.
Drive to Pushkar, with its Brahma and hundreds of other temples, and Ajmer with its popular dargah, the meeting point for Muslims from all over the country.
Drive to Jaipur. Sightseeing in the city, and visits to the temples of Govind Devji, Ganeshji, and Galtaji.
sightseeing at Amber including the temple of Jagat Shiromani afternoon, to karauli
Short excursion to Kaila Devi temple, a popular place of pilgrimage for people from all over Rajasthan and the neighbouring states. Tour ends with drive to Agra/ Bharatpur.