Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  Travel  >  Current Article

Mount Abu, A Slow-Moving Tranquil Hill Station

 May 25, 2015  /  Comments Off on Mount Abu, A Slow-Moving Tranquil Hill Station

    Print       Email

Mount Abu is a hill station in the state of Rajasthan. In fact, it is the only hill station in the state, and is a popular holiday destinations in India. The city is a cool, nature-replete city where the live the most welcoming people that will make one’s trip nothing else than fun. Head to the city to explore all its attractions, and for accommodations choose from the best hotels in Mount Abu with tariff that best suit your budget.

Mount Abu is an attractive hill station that pulls thousands of visitors from the central parts of India towards it. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Rajasthan as it is the only hill station of the state. Set on one of the hills of the Aravali Range of the state, the city is home to the highest peak of the state, the Guru Shikhar.

Mount Abu, A Slow-Moving Tranquil Hill Station

It is a small city that is primarily home to residencies, small local businesses, and several tourism based industries. The city is often referred as the Oasis of the state, for the fact that it is a lovely place covered with dense greenery, has pleasant weather, and where reside life in varied form. All these are pretty hard to get in any other city or town in the parent state. The city falls under the Sirohi district of the state and is home to Rajasthani people, Gujaratis, and locals from nearby cities and states. The city has small populous with almost equal male to female sex ratio. It is a slow developing city and life at the city moves at a slow pace. At the meantime, the city makes an ideal destination for spending a relaxed vacation while being surrounded by the nature from every side.

Mount Abu and religion always go together. There is a strong association that the city shares with religion. From housing number of Hindu temples to the world-renowned Dilwara Jain Temples, the city is one of the best places to learn more about the religion and religious culture and traditions of India. The city is a melting pot of religions. Apart from the Hindu and Jain temples, there exist churches, a mosque, and even a Gurudwara in the city. Additionally, Mount Abu is also the centre of the Brahmakumaries sect, which brings large number of people following the sect to the city annually. Although, there are temples that were constructed in late medieval era and the present time, but there do exist temples that age quite old.

A trip to Mount Abu takes one to the land filled with lush greenery, which is home to welcoming locals who have a simplistic attitude towards life. If exploring the country in its raw form is what that one seeks in the holidays, Mount Abu is the destination to visit. Tourism is the biggest industry in the city and is the factor that brings the city into prominence. Meanwhile, several developments are also in progress; there are plans to establish several educational institutions and industries in the Abu Road. Meanwhile, as the city is primarily a tourist destination, so naturally there exist number of accommodations and hotels in Mount Abu with tariff best suiting your budget.

While one relishes his trip of the city, visiting the Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is a must do. There is a huge-varied species of the wildlife flourishing in the protected park, and if one seeks to see and experience the undiluted nature-made side of the city, the sanctuary is worth visiting. It comprises the dense jungle covered areas of the city and expands up to the hills. The entire area was declared as protected in year 1960. Today, it is one of the best sanctuaries in the country and is a paradise for the bird watchers. Good thing is that almost all Mount Abu packages have the place listed in their itineraries.

Watch the Exclusive collection of Sunny Leone bikini images in Full Hd Quality.

    Print       Email

You might also like...

Explore Chandigarh Beyond The Mustard Fields

Read More →