Rajasthan

Rajasthan Tourism – An Overview:

Want to experience a land full of vibrant colors, distinctive culture, courteous people, magnificent forts, silent deserts, wildlife sanctuaries, shimmering lakes, and men flaunting stunning turbans, then Welcome to Rajasthan. Whether one is looking for secret gateway or a spiritual tour, Rajasthan is the place to be. This state has gripped the royal essence of India in all possible ways. A beautiful melange of colors, culture, and terrain, Rajasthan keeps everyone spellbound who visits here.An important angle in the golden triangle on India, Rajasthan is defined as land of King and Kingdom. The largest state in India, area wise, Rajasthan houses, beautiful yet cultural cities like Jaipur, Pushkar, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Bharatpur, Udaipur, Alwar, Mount Abu, etc. Aravalli hills runs through the state from southwest to northeast.The panoramic outlook of the state is simply mesmerizing; with lofty hills of Aravali’s – one of the oldest mountain ranges of the world and the golden sand dunes of the Great Indian Desert – the only desert of the sub-continent. No other region in the country is a conglomeration of so many paradoxes. It is a land of superlatives; everything over here is breathtakingly beautiful, impressive and fascinating!From the culture to food to festivals to monuments to great wildlife centuries, Rajasthan is a land that has it all. A visit to this wonderland can leave a lasting spell on everyone’s mind.

Majestic Monuments of Rajasthan:

Gloriously standing since decades in this princely state, these forts and places depict the history of this eternal land. These forts symbolize love, honor, victory, royalty and are truly a master-piece which makes travelers come back here again. Every fort has its individual charm and charisma. Some of the major forts and palaces of Rajasthan are Amber Fort in Jaipur, Chittorgarh Fort in Chittorgarh, City Palace in Jaipur, Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, Junagadh Fort in Bikaner, Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Sonar Kila in Jaislamer, City Palace in Udaipur and many more.Just like its monuments, the museums of Rajasthan fascinate people cutting across all cross sections of society. These marvellous museums depicting a 1000 year old history are worth a visit once in a lifetime. From coins to arms to tanks to garments, the galleries of Rajasthan houses everything. Museums are the storehouses of information and depict the art and culture of a Nation.

Flora and Fauna of Rajasthan:

Rajasthan is one of the states in India which is richly diversified with rich flora and fauna. Right from wildlife centuries to bird sanctuaries, Rajasthan houses variety of wildlife animals, some of them are considered as endangered.Rajasthan is home to the world’s most photographed tigress from the Ranthambore National park, T-16, popularly known as Machli. She is popularly known as the “lady of the lake” in Ranthambore National park. If tourist wants to spot endangered variety of tigers then Ranthambore National park and Sariska Tiger Reserve are the places to be. Other animals inhabiting Ranthambhore include the chitals, sloth bears, hyenas, sambars, wild boars, nilgai, leopards, hyenas, foxes and jackals. Take a tour of the Ranthambore national park which is dotted with steep rocky hills and the dominating architecture of Ranthambhor Fort (built in the 10th century), adds to its landscape.Rajasthan is a treat for all the bird watchers as well, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This city is considered as the photographer’s paradise as they get a chance to see more than 300 avian species of birds. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary was a former duck-hunting reserve of the Maharajas is one of the major wintering areas for large numbers of aquatic birds from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China and Siberia. In 1985, Bharatpur was acknowledged as a UNESCO world heritage site. Exotic traveling birds like the common crane, ducks, coots, pelicans and the rare Siberian cranes, imperial sand grouse, falcons, buzzards can be found here in winters.If a tourist wants to catch the glimpse of wild cats and deer’s, then Darrah Sanctuary in Kota is the places to be. National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary in Kota is not only famous for bird species, but for turtle variety as well. Currently National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary is home to eight rare species of turtles as well. Other important wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan are Sita Mata Sanctuary in Pratapgarh, Mount Abu Sanctuary and Desert National Sanctuary in Jaisalmer.

Fair and Festivals of Rajasthan:

Another name of Rajasthan can be “plethora of celebrations.” This state has so much to offer when it comes to culture, feast, and carnivals. The riot of colours against the backdrop of the golden desert is a contrasting picture of vibrancy and silence. Experience the rich Rajasthan and explore the vibrant side of your life.Rajasthan is drenched in very bit of Indian culture. People here know how to cherish each and every occasion. Pushkar Fair, Desert Festival of Jaisalmer, Elephant Festival of Jaipur, Marwar Festival in Jodhpur, summer and winter festival of Mount Abu are some of the famous fairs of Rajasthan.

Desert Safari of Rajasthan:

Rajasthan is one of the states in India where one can enjoy desert safari. One can experience an amazing desert safari in the dunes of Bikaner, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Hit the sands for an exciting desert safari and explore the world of the wild desert safari. Spot blackbucks, foxes, and blue bulls as one pass through the huge deserts of Rajasthan. Camel treks are also available. Ride through the dunes, watch the sunset and take home memories for a lifetime.
Explore the exotic sand dunes on a camel back to witness the spectacular sunset behind the Thar Desert and experience rich culture and warm hospitality that the majestic state of Rajasthan is eminent for.

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