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A vibrant, exotic state, Rajasthan is endowed with invincible forts, magnificent palace, rich culture and heritage, beauty and natural resources. 

Land of Kings, Rajasthan is culturally rich and has extensive tradition in art and culture. Rajasthan, an exotic and diverse state magnificently rests on the Northern part of India” State of Bravery”, Rajasthan has an unusual diversity in its entire forms, which reflects Indian way life . It is the place where romance and bravery together flow in the air There are so many things that makes Rajasthan the most desirable international tourist destination like Majestic forts, grand Havelis, splendid temples, spectacular palaces, rural and desert landscape, traditional and colourful culture, delicious cuisine and colourful and bright costume of Rajasthani .Pink City Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. Those looking for taste of royal lifestyle just need to check into one of the several palace hotels or heritage hotels that will make it possible for them to be treated like royal guests.

Geography - Owing 11% of the total geographical area, Rajasthan is the largest state of India. Total area of Rajasthan is about 342,239 square kilometers. Rajasthan shares neighbourhood with Punjab in the north, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to the northeast, Madhya Pradesh in the southeast, Pakistan in the west and Gujarat in the southwest.  With the pride state having the largest area in the country, Rajasthan houses the biggest Indian desert- the Thar Desert known as the 'Maru-kantar’.

Rajasthan’s geographical area is marked with diversity and is characterized by rolling sand dunes, fertile plains, rocky undulating land and some forested regions. .. The main features of geography of Rajasthan include the Thar Desert and the Aravali range. The Aravalli range runs from the southwest to the northeast of the state, covering more than 850 km of area. The only hill station in Rajasthan is the Mount Abu. It has the highest peak of the Aravali range, known as the Guru Shikhar Peak.

History - The history of Rajasthan goes back 5000 years and boasts a heritage as rich as its landscape, from the grand palaces and rugged forts to its tranquil and camel safaris to trekking.   Rajasthan is the north-western region of India, and has remain independent from the great empires. Buddhism failed to make substantial inroad here; the Mauryan Empire (321-184 BC), whose most renowned emperor, Ashoka, Converted to Buddhism in 261 BC, had minimal impact in Rajasthan, However, there are Buddhist caves and stupas (Buddhist Shrines) at Jhalawar, in Southern Rajasthan. Ancient Hindu scriptural epics make reference to sites in present-day Rajasthan. The Holy Pilgrimage site of Pushkar is mentioned in both the Mahabharata and Ramayana.

The present State of Rajasthan was formed after a long process of integration which began on March 17, 1948 and ended on November 1, 1956. Before integration it was called Rajputana; after integration it came to be known as Rajasthan.

Culture - The land of vibrant colours, Rajasthan displays a symphony of art & culture, seldom found elsewhere. Each region of Rajasthan has its own uncomparable and exclusive art and culture.Land of kings has different and diverse form of art and culture to present to its visitors. The colourful culture of Rajasthan reflects in its music & dance, costumes & ornaments, delicious cuisine, tradition & customs and fair & festivals. The light that reflects off the golden sands engulfs a land renowned for its vibrant colors, people in bright clothes and beautiful jewelry, living in cities dotted and dominated by towering forts and palace that rise from the sands like mirage. Every corner of Rajasthan displays its own form of dance. It is an extraordinary experience to be a part of the desert dance. Daal-Batti Churma, mangodi, curries, non veg: soola and barbecued meat are the Chief delicacies of Rajasthan.

Language – Hindi and Rajasthani language is known by the people of Rajasthan.

Chief Delicacies of Rajasthan

  • Chutney
  • Chapati
  • Frying Puris
  • Khud Khargosh
  • Gatte ka saag
  • Local Food – Daal-Batti Churma, mangodi, curries
  • Non Veg: soola and barbecued meat
  • Delectable dessert – Besan Barfi , sheera of moong daal and churma Laddos ,Lapsi ,mava Kachori, alwar ka mawa, Malpuwas , Rasogulla , Ghewar
  • Beverage – Lassi

Additional Info

Capital Jaipur
Population 56,473,122
Area 342,236 km²
Official languages Hindi, Rajasthani
Literacy 61.03%
Major Tourist Destination Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar
Best Time to Visit September to March
  • Chutney
  • Chapati
  • Frying Puris
  • Khud Khargosh
  • Gatte ka saag
  • Local Food – Daal-Batti Churma, mangodi, curries
  • Non Veg: soola and barbecued meat
  • Delectable dessert – Besan Barfi , sheera of moong daal and churma Laddos ,Lapsi ,mava Kachori, alwar ka mawa, Malpuwas , Rasogulla , Ghewar
  • Beverage – Lassi

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