Rajasthan Introduces Light And Sound Shows In These 5 Popular Tourist Spots

by Sanjana Shenoy
Rajasthan Introduces Light And Sound Shows In These 5 Popular Tourist Spots

Apart from the majestic forts, unending sand dunes, serene lakes, mouth-watering food and rich culture, you have one more reason to visit Rajasthan. And that’s the stunning light and sound shows. Yes! You read this right. Rajasthan is all set to launch light and sound shows at five popular tourist spots to promote tourism in the state.

Rajasthan Introduces Stunning Light & Sound Shows In Famous Tourist Spots

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inaugurated a series of light and sound shows at five tourist spots in the state. Tourists can visit the majestic Govind Dev Temple in Jaipur, behind Jai Niwas garden, Jaisalmer’s historic lake of Gadsisar, Nagaur’s Meera Bai memorial and the prestigious Chittorgarh Fort to witness the larger than life sound and light shows. The Chief Minister appreciated Rajasthan’s vibrant tourism industry that attracts scores of domestic and international tourists year on year, who flock to catch a glimpse of the forts, deserts, wildlife and culture. Rajasthan has also been named the best wedding destination in India for 2021. 

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Rajasthan To Develop New Tourism Circuits

According to Times Of India, in a video conference held for launching the sound and light shows, Union Minister of State for Culture Arjun Ram Meghwal revealed that the five locations are significant in terms of the culture and history it upholds. An amount of ₹500 has been extended to conserve and promote the tourist places on both domestic and global levels. With new tourism circuits being developed for tribal, wildlife, temple, and desert tourism employment will be generated for lakhs of people in Rajasthan. Meanwhile, here are 10 cities in Rajasthan you must visit where you’re on a mission to catch the sound and light shows.