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Rajasthan, an Indian treasure endowed with natural beauty and rich heritage, is a vibrant, exotic state where tradition meets the royalty in a blend of colours against the vast barren backdrop of sand and desert. Rajasthan, also known as the land of Forts and Palaces, Kings and Queens, Lakes and Dunes, is a destination that defines definition. Rajasthan is like a grand open air museum where it's invincible forts, magnificent palaces and havelis, rich culture and heritage, beauty and natural resources, music and dance, art and craft are on a display for the world to capture the real essence of this magical land which keeps calling you for more. History and culture of Rajasthan is so deeply embedded in this land that every roadside village has its own tales of valour and sacrifice that the wind sings them and the dunes shift to spread them.


Rajasthan, the most colorful region in India and an exotic land of valiance and chivalry, is endowed with invincible forts, magnificent palaces and waves of sand dunes and serene lakes. Rajasthan represents an unusual diversity in all its forms-people, Rajasthani culture, customs, costumes, cuisine, dialects and music.

Rajasthan, a land of princes, palaces and preening peacocks is renowned for its monuments, art and culture that go back to several centuries. Admire a range of miniature paintings and frescoes of exquisite refinement. There is romance in Rajasthan's forts and palaces and arts of gallantry retold in ballads and legends. Then there are sanctuaries sheltering rich and varied species of flora and fauna. And the shimmering Thar Desert belt charms with a rare and amazing sight. Rajasthani's are handsome people with colorful costumes. They express themselves in colour and sound not easily seen or heard anywhere else in the country. Rajasthan overwhelms with colour found in bustling bazaars; in wide ranging costumes of its people; in streets where elephants and camels vie with buses and cars. The irresistible gamut of art and handicraft souvenirs of Rajasthan will bewitch you. An exciting variety of Rajasthani delicacies will pamper your palate with a never-before gastronomic delight.

Rajasthan – An Unparallel Tourist Delight

Traveling too is a rewarding experience in Rajasthan. For it is organized on the lines of superlative standards. Modern air and train services, deluxe coaches and chauffeur-driven cars transport you quickly and comfortably to every wonder-packed corner of Rajasthan. Rajasthan with a treasure of history, picturesque architecture and bewitching landscape is an unparalleled destination on the tourist map of India. Tourism is Rajasthan's Life and Blood. Rajasthan is dotted with uncountable forts, palaces and havelis that narrate the story of heroism and valor. Travel to Rajasthan to have an insight into the history and culture of Rajasthan. A tour to Rajasthan will include famous tourist attractions of the state and major cities and towns. During your tour to Rajasthan, explore the cultural heritage and different colors of Rajasthan. An organized tour to explore the cities of Ajmer, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Mount Abu, Bharatpur and many more will give an insight of culture and heritage of Rajasthan. Travel to the Pink City, Jaipur in Rajasthan and witness the grand architecture of the City Palace and many other tourist attractions of the capital city. Enjoy the exhilarating camel race at Pushkar Fair in Rajasthan. All the cities of Rajasthan are painted in vivid colors and offer best of architectural wonder.

Rajasthan's former independent kingdoms created an amazingly rich architectural and cultural heritage, seen today in the diversity of its customs, people, culture, costumes, music, manners, dialects, cuisines, hawelis, forts and palaces which are enriched by features of Hindu, Muslim and Jain cultures. Rajasthan has a haunting air of romance about it which is palpable in every nook and corner of the palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, desert and forts of Jodhpur, golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer and hawelis of Bikaner and never ceases to enchant the tourists. To the comfort of the tourists, many old and neglected palaces and forts have been converted into heritage hotels which give the hospitality and luxury of the bygone era of Rajasthan in India.


Music and dance of Rajasthan are closely interwoven in the lifestyle of the people of Rajasthan. Music being an integeral part of the lives of the people in Rajasthan, every region of Rajasthan in India has its own dialect of music and dance.  The dance styles and traditional songs vary from one region to another of Rajasthan. A variety of musical instruments are also used that add to the diversity of its music and dances of Rajasthan. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance from Jaisalmer in Rajasthan have been recognised internationally. Folk music and songs of Rajasthan are commonly ballads used to relate the legendary battles of rajputs, love stories, heroic deeds and religious or devotional songs called bhajans and banis.

The culture of Rajasthan is like a kaleidoscope of colours which also reflects in the rajasthani attire. People in Rajasthan prefer to wear bright clothes with the lavish use of silver zari work and gota. Tribal and nomadic women of Rajasthan are known for their love for exquisitely designed silver jewelry that adds to their charm. Rajasthani clothes use a lot of embroidery, colours and mirror work. The famous tie and dye prints, block prints, Sanganer prints, Zari embroided works, wooden handicrafts and blue potteries form a big percentage of export products of Rajasthan in India.

Rajasthan plays an undoubtitly crucial role in the creation of five thousand years old history and culture of Rajasthan in India. Rajasthan’s impressive heroic past, extravagant splashes of bright hues against the desert landscape and the purity of Rajasthan’s dry and sandy reaches, the miniature elegance of its small villages and impeccably maintained forts bring alive the story of the yore. The great architectural movement which swept Rajasthan from the 8th to the 11th century saw new styles of temples emerging from the Gurjara Pratihara dynasty from Mandore and the Kalika Mata Temple and Kumbha Shyam temples at Chittorgarh and Osiyan in western Rajasthan. Rajasthan saw the constructions of many splendid Jain Temples in the 10th century like the Dilwara Temples at Mt Abu, Mahavira Temple at Ghanerao in southern Rajasthan and Chomukha Temple at Ranakpur near Udaipur. The brilliant and majestic architecture of Rajasthan from the 16th to the 18th century saw the influence of the Mughal and European styles with Mahals, zenanas, Diwan-i-Am and Diwan-i-Khas as part of the Fort and Palace complexes. The disintegration of large dynasties into small kingdoms and estates saw the birth of Havelis which were sumptuously decorated mansions used as residence by the new generation of royalties in Rajasthan. The Shekhawati region of Rajasthan is famous for its Havelis predominantly painted in blue, maroon, yellow, indigo etc. and decorated by wall paintings depicting Gods, heroes, epics and local legends. Another beautiful and important piece of architecture in Rajasthan is "baodi" which is a low step well ornamentally decorated with beautiful edifices.


The common people in Rajasthan are a bunch of hard working, simple and god-fearing people. People of Rajasthan respect women and treat their guests as God and that makes Rajasthan the safest place to visit in India. Though Rajasthani’s belong to the different segments of the society but respect each other's religious beliefs and sentiments that gives a harmonious blend to the culture of Rajasthan in India.

Rajasthan has produced some of the most talented people who have carved a niche for themselves in different fields. Be it sports, economy, politics, entertainment or business, people belonging to Rajasthan can be seen at the top levels.

In the land of sand and scrub of Rajasthan, people have found not discomfort but faith. It has given them a positive radiance and the mettle to create a life that is celebration of their energies and beliefs. Every village, home and faith in Rajasthan has its own deities, beliefs and places of worship.

The religious kaleidoscope in Rajasthan is truly amazing! The chanting of Jain hymns, the ritual festivities of Bhils, the religious ceremonies of the Rajputs and the Muslim month of mourning - all paints Rajasthan as a truly Indian place where all religions are practiced and respected. Countless places of religious importance that are spread across the length and breadth of Rajasthan make it a fascinating destination in India.

Fairs & Festivals in Rajasthan are a magnificent spectacle of dance, drama and music. The various fairs & festivals in Rajasthan are observed through traditional songs, folk dances, colorful processions, devotional music and breathtaking display of firework.

The typical rural bazaars of Rajasthan offer the best of products. The bazaars of Rajasthan have successfully retained their charm through the medieval time and that makes Rajasthan a totally distinct place to explore. Though some impact of western culture can be seen here but it only makes Rajasthan a much more interesting place. Rural bazaars of Rajasthan offer exotic trinkets, beads, bangles, old tribal silver jewelry and a comprehensive range of handcrafted items. Most of the bazaars in Rajasthan are segmented product wise that will make your shopping a memorable experience.

Rajasthan offers a breathtaking variety of art & craft that make it a distinct place. Puppetry has been practiced in Rajasthan as an ancient, popular form of folk entertainment since time immemorial. Popular as kathputlis or marionettes, it still attracts the visitors to Rajasthan in India.

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