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Famous Deserts in India

India is not only a cultural country but it was also geographically as well. In India, you can find the highest mountain to the sandy shores. Today India is a much-demanded place for the tourist because every state has something different and unique that attracts the tourist towards. When you think about the desert just like dry weather or a hot environment but it also is very colorful for you when you vibrant the tourist destinations. Some of the famous desert places in India are as follows-

1.Jaisalmer – It was a major tourist spot which is situated near the Pakistan border. The Jaisalmer is also known as the land of the sun. This place is famous for the Desert safari and here a lot of tourists are visiting the Jaisalmer fort inside of that you can find the best hotels, shops and the old majestic Havelis. Jaisalmer is also famous for such dunes and for the desert camel safari. The major attractive places in the Jaisalmer Fort or Sonar Quila, Gadi Sagar Lake, and Jaisalmer Desert Festival make you more excited to explore more. The best time to visit Jaisalmer is between the month of November and March.

2. Kutch – Kutch is famous for its white salt desert in the Rann of Kutch and it was a former state of India which held its magnificence history from the past. Kutch is the most probably the most beautiful place in India. Kutch is lying on the border of India and Pakistan and some part of the Kutch is seeing in Pakistan. Once you see the stretches of white land you feel amazing. You can visit here in the months of November and February that the weather is optimal.

3. Pushkar – Pushkar is a city that is very much famous for the rare temple of Lord Brahma Ji. Pushkar is the very oldest city of India and it was five sacred Dhams for the Hindus. The famous annual camel fair in Pushkar is also very famous which was held in the month of November. The best time to visit here is from November to December. The maximum temperature is 25 degrees Celsius and the minimum is 10 degrees.

4. Ladakh – Ladakh is very incomparable for its beauty and for its divine culture with fabulous landscapes. In Ladakh, you can see the two mountains which are bounded by the earth of two mountain ranges like the great Himalayas and Karakoram. It was a cold desert in India.

5. The Cold Desert – Himachal-The Spiti valley at Himachal Pradesh is a cold desert in India. It was situated at a high altitude where you can see the beautiful view of nature. You can get the misty clouds that are rolling up in the sky is a wonder to watch the views. Here you get the snowy glaciers during the winters this is a very best view of the cold desert. In winter the temperature is to minus 25 degrees Celsius and the best time to visit here is in the month of May to October for taking the enjoyment.