Rajasthan is the land of lavish hotels, massive forts, and world’s best heritage hotels, where splendid luxury awaits its visitors. The sandy landscape with centuries old heritage and traditions never fails to impress visitors’ from all over the world. Land of the royals & brave rajputs, the soil of Rajasthan speaks of its glorious past, the royals of the state, the heroism of its soldiers, and its colorful aura. From the most amazing traditions, a variety of historic attractions, the sandy Thar Desert, to the famous wildlife sites, Rajasthan offers myriad of bewitching options to visitors, who wish to explore this lovely landscape.
Location: Northern India
Climate: Generally dry, Monsoon during July-August
Language Spoken: Rajasthani, Hindi, English
Population: 56.47 million (2001 census)
Area: 3,42,239 sq. kms.
Literacy Rate: 61.03%
Major cities: Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Ajmer, Bikaner, Kota, Bundi, Churu, Chittaurgarh, Bharatpur, Pali.
Rajasthan tourism boasts an incredible journey to some of the most amazing cities, each of which is a distinct experience for the visitors. While Jaipur, the state capital is home to the famous Amer Palace, the city of Udaipur takes one on the most magical trip to the city palace, Lake Pichola and others. Moreover, the city of Bikaner is famous for camel breeding; Jaisalmer is famous for its camel safari.
Moreover, the other major cities like Bikaner, Chittaurgarh, Jodhpur, and Jaisalmer are some of the other highlights of the state.
The state of Rajasthan is one of the richest states in the country, when it comes to handicrafts and handlooms. The craftsmen of the state create some of the most opulent treasures made from clay, leather, stone, wood, ivory, glass, silver, gold, and as well as textiles. Moreover, things like handmade paper, precious and semi-precious stones, Meenakari, Textile, Leather craft, hand crafted items - wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver & gold, and Marble Handicrafts, are some of the most famous handicrafts items made in Rajasthan.
Rajasthan celebrates a variety of festivals, and play host to numerous joyous fairs that celebrate the folklore of Rajasthan. The celebrates some of the most famous festivals of the world like the Pushkar Fair held November, Desert Festival of Jaisalmer, Gangaur Festival, Elephant Festival, Camel Festival, and the famous Mewar Festival. Each of the festival is celebrated with its unique essence, and is an enthrall visitors who visit Rajasthan for its cultural landscape.
Moreover, when it comes to the food, you just can’t have enough. The state is known for its multi-specialty cuisines, a splatter for your taste buds. When it comes to curries, Rajasthan has lined up some of the most mouth watering delicacies like papad ki sabzi, gatte ki sabzi, mangori, ker sangria, alu methi, etc. Moreover, the variety of breads including bajra ki roti, makki ki roti, channa ki roti and cheera offered in Rajasthan is simply amazing. The desserts and beverages are also simply lip-smacking.
Experience the true essence of Rajasthan Tourism with Rajasthan tour packages and explore the land of a mystic aura, and century’s old heritage that never fails to bedazzle its visitors.