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Rajasthan

Rajasthan is one of the most popular travel destinations in India. Every third foreign tourist visiting India also travel to Rajasthan. It is is literally the Land of the Kings and  the home to the chivalrous Rajputs, and its battle-scarred heritage has bestowed legacies of pride and tradition. It is a beautiful amalgamation of the old and new; the ancient and the modern. Rajasthan, or the Land of Kings, is true to its name with lavish forts and majestic palaces that are apt reminders of a rich, romantic past that speaks of heroism, honor and chivalry. Amidst a stark desert and surrounded by the Aravallis, India’s oldest mountain range, the State stands out like a beacon, attracting travelers with its rich art and culture. There are so many vibrant and colourful festivals held across the state that give visitors to Rajasthan a reason to celebrate almost throughout the year. A glittering jewel of India, Rajasthan has something for everyone so whether you are planning an adventurous holiday hoping for a rendezvous with tigers or a quiet sojourn gazing at the beauty of the golden sand-dunes; or to experience the many nuances of royalty - Rajasthan is the place for you. The fast-expanding cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur are a confluence of culture and modernity and despite the fact that the state has progressed steadily since Independence the people have still held on to their roots as is evident by their simple, warm nature and hospitality. No wonder, Rajasthan is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations and just about has it all; it is brimming with varied, amazing and incredible attractions.

 

Rajasthan played an important role in the making of India’s history, its civilization and its culture. Rajasthan's impressive saga has a heroic past. The imposing grand forts perched on rocky hills still tell tales of the bravery of its men and the silent sacrifices of its women. Its extravagant splashes of bright hues juxtapose against the desert landscape and the rustic elegance of its small villages and rich folk customs keep centuries of deep rooted tradition alive.

 

Today, Rajasthan has 33 districts that cover an area of 342,239 sq.km and is acknowledged as a major tourist destination known the world over for its vibrant colours, its crafts and its interesting landscape. While Rajasthan has kept pace with the changing times what makes it special is the fact that the spirit of the bygone era continues to live on to this day - and you don’t have to look very hard to discover  reminders of Rajasthan glorious past – they’re scattered all over.

 

Rajasthan is a perhaps one of the most colourful state of India to visit and a land of unending diversity. Whether it is the sand dunes or the massive forts and palaces, you will realize that there is no other place like Rajasthan. For a traveler who is interested in the history, culture and the lifestyle of the people of the Oriental world, Rajasthan is just the perfect tourist destination. Unlike what its barren scenery suggests, you will find that Rajasthan is the most colorful and interesting place inhabited by humans. An exotic land, a dream come true for the Western world, Rajasthan was home to the Rajputs, the martial races of India known equally for their love of arts and architecture as well as valor and chivalry or  it is about the ‘pink’ in Jaipur or the ‘blue’ in Jodhpur or the ‘golden hues’ of Jaisalmer, the barren landscape is swathed in colours of the rainbow.

 

The state has some of the most beautiful palaces and forts in the country, which are well-maintained by the government and the former royal families. The experience is further enhanced by professional guides who can regale with some interesting stories of a bygone era. Most of these palaces and hotels are equipped with all the modern-day facilities. The restaurants in the premises of the forts treat with royalty and sometimes even have musicians and dancers to entertain the visitors.