“A Land of Brave Men, Exceptional Tales, Exotic Architecture, Vibrant Culture and Warm Hospitality”
A state that invites visitors with melodic tune of ‘Padhaaro Maare Desh’(Come to My Land), Rajasthan beckons the rich culture and history of India. Most of us recognize Rajasthan as a state of vibrant folk dance and music, gigantic forts and palaces, spicy food, colourful and large turbans, extensive golden sand desert, camels and the pride of Rajasthani men, Moochh (Moustache). Thus making it an incredible place to visit and enjoy unforgettable holidays. Sprawling in an area of 342239 sq km, Rajasthan is a North Indian state which seems befitting for visitors of all ages. In other words, tours in Rajasthan are a way to acquaint one with history, culture, wildlife and nature along with the adventure of a place that is just so exceptional.
The capital, Jaipur is an interface for the state as it is dotted with majestic forts and palaces, lakes and monuments and has many other attractions like Chokhi Dhani. that beckons to the tourists as to what they are about to witness in the other cities/villages of Rajasthan. The air of Rajasthan smells of cultural opulence and it is just not the ancient architecture that is worth praising here but the cities of the state like Jodhpur that are filled with modern day palaces that offer the same elegance and majesty. One thing that catches the eye while going through the Rajasthan travel guide is the urban areas of the state that have imperishable connection with the culture and tradition. There still exist number of fairs and festivals that celebrate age- old traditions and rituals. The flamboyant manner in which even the cattle fairs take place in tourist places like Pushkar and Nagaur is truly something to behold. Rajasthanis are known for observing each religious ritual without even turning a bit left or right and this very fact has added to the reason why everyone must visit Rajasthan. Amongst the most popular fairs and festivals are Gangaur, Elephant, Teej, Mewar, Marwar, Kite, Baneshwar and plenty of others that can be enjoyed around the year.