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5 Rajasthani Destinations for the Perfect Wedding

If you are planning your wedding in India, then Rajasthan could be your dream destination.  Home to the majestic Rajputs, Rajasthan is full of grand palaces that can be the perfect venue for your wedding.

The vibrant culture coupled with the royal grandeur of Rajasthan, makes it a perfect place to start your fairytale journey.  Here are five fabulous venues that are perfect for a destination wedding:

Fatehgarh Fort Udaipur

If you are looking for a grand royal wedding with a generous splash of romance, this will be the perfect choice! The grand fort located in Udaipur is built just beside the serene Fateh Sagar Lake. While the age old fort gives the venue a timeless royal quality, the surrounding lake makes the place delightfully romantic. One unique feature of this palace are the Mardana and Zanana palaces which was originally constructed for its male and female occupants respectively. These two palaces symbolise and showcase the feminine and masculine aspects as exact mirror images of each other.

Taj Lake Palace Udaipur

Another breathtaking destination for planning your wedding in India, Taj Lake Palace stands in middle of Lake Pichola. This elegant white marble palace in middle of the tranquil lake is exactly what fantasies are made of. The  Aravalli Range in the backdrop gives the entire landscape a surreal touch. The exquisite exterior and opulent interiors, coupled with the stunning surrounding make this place the ultimate romantic wedding destination in Rajasthan.

Umaid Bhavan Jodhpur

If you want a complete royal feel at your wedding this one should be your venue of choice. The gorgeous palace also contains a museum that showcases royal artefacts and heritage cars. The lavish interiors and the rich taste of Rajputana architecture makes this palace one of the most sought after heritage wedding venues.

Shiv Vilas Palace Jaipur

If you are planning your wedding ceremony on a huge scale, then this will be another great choice. The huge sprawling lawn of the palace is perfect for hosting the main wedding ceremony, and can comfortably hold 3000 guests. This place has an old world charm and is sure to impress your guests.


Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore

If you are a nature lover then this one will definitely be close to your heart. Located at the edge of the verdant Ranthambore National Park, with the majestic Aravalli hills forming a stunning backdrop, this is one destination that is romantic, adventurous and stunning at the same time.  Ama-i-Khas offers a lavish experience in 10 air-conditioned tents that are fashioned after the travelling tents of Mogul era. An experience of a lifetime, your wedding here will be the most memorable day for your guests as well!


Author: Mumtaz Ali | Posted on: April 13, 2015 at 6:18 pm | Posted under: Destination Weddings, Wedding Planning | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL


  1. Posted May 7, 2015 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

    These palaces look perfect for theme based destination weddings in Rajasthan. Besides Rajasthan, even people prefer Goa for destination weddings in India.

  2. Sidharth
    Posted January 15, 2016 at 1:53 pm | Permalink

    Can anyone suggest me a wedding venue in Jaipur with budget of Rs. 15 Lakhs for 2 days for 500 people wherein it will include lagan & sangeet for day 1 for 200 people and reception for day 2 for 500 people…stay will be required for 100 people on day 1 & day 2..package should include all the meals, stay, decoration

  3. Quickly Locate
    Posted April 29, 2016 at 8:22 pm | Permalink

    What are you looking for in a venue? Hotel, resort, marriage halls?

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