Getting around the heritage State
The Rajputs are known for their love of art and architecture along with courage and honor used to rule Rajasthan. The colorful, exotic, vibrant destination is a must-visit with plenty of time in hand to roam about and find out the intricate treasures of inheritance.
As u travel in Rajasthan you are in a treat for a melting pot of people, colors, traditions, music, and dialects. The majestic relics, wildlife content, historical places, and revered temples with golden sand dunes are a spell for the human eyes.
What attracts you the most
The lakes, the Havelis, forts, and colorful culture are a gift in the offering. You can go for shopping handicrafts, beautiful souvenirs and indulge in mouth-watering delicacies all day all night long. There are organized tours through the city, through its villages.
Go take a walk with your camera and capture a man singing a ballad about heroic deeds of their clan, a vibrant nomad dancing, and spinning or a musician playing a soothing instrument. It is a land where men are proud of their mustaches and turbans and breed them to perfection for photogenic paradigms. The women are livelily clad with traditional jewelry and charming Ghagras with playful colors.
Cultural Tour of Rajasthan
There are wonderful fairs and festivals going on with so many people participating and enjoying together. One can also explore the desert by taking camel rides and witness the sunset against the dunes and camping in the warmth of the sands during nightfall. There are so many things to do, so many things to buy, so many things to see. Make sure to carry enough time in your hands not to miss out on any of these fun events.
General Information :
The mass population belongs to the Rajasthani clan. The other religions are like, Hindus-88.8%, Muslims-8.5%, Jains- 1.2%, Sikhs- 1.4% etc.
The major language being used is Rajasthani. Hindi and Marwadi are also used as second languages.
Rajasthan is located in the north-western side of India. The total area covered is around is approx 342,239 sq km. It has Pakistan to the west, Punjab to the north, Uttar Pradesh to the east, and Gujarat to the south-west.