Country of Rajputs & Rajwadas|
Capital : Pink City-Jaipur
Language : Rajasthani, but there is slight deviation in local
languages of western Marowari, east Jaipuri,S-Eastern Malwi, N-Easter
Climate : Has both extremities of cold & hold weather.
Ideal time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February. July to
September is rainy season, & no less attractive for traveling
Famous tourist place to look out for :
Udaipur- City of Lakes. Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Udai
Sagar and Swaroop Sagar in this city are considered some of the most
beautiful lakes in the state
Jaipur- Pink City & the largest city of Rajasthan. It is
the first planned city of India. For thr tourists the city of Jaipur
is a dream land built with red & Pink sand stone, splendid monuments
adorn the whole city.
Chokhi Dhani Village: Anorther main attraction in Rajasthan.
This is an excellent & pleasurable tourist complex built with
the depiction of ethnic Rajasthani culture, tradition, folk art, food,
lifestyle of village life in Rajasthan.
Jodhpur-second largest city in Rajasthan set in the stark landscape
of the Thar Desert
Jaisalmer- The Golden city [at the sunset & sunrise it
looks Golden] of India which lies in the heart of the Thar Desert.
Mount Abu - Beautiful Scenic Hill Station & the highest
peak in the Aravalli Range of Rajasthan
Bikaner - A desert area situated in the Thar desret & famous
for sweets and snacks (or namkeens in Hindi).
Ranakpur - known for its marble Jain temple.
Chittorgarh - home to the Chittorgarh the largest fort in India.
This fort is the symbol of courage & Valour of Rajpur.
Ajmer - Situated almost in the heart of the state of Rajasthan
& surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains.
Pushkar - Often called as "Tirth Raj". Pushkar lies
on the shore of Pushkar Lake & is most famous for Brahma temple
& Pushkar Camel fair.
Sawai Madhopur - The main attraction in Sawai Madhopur are
Ranthambore fort on the hill top & Ranthambore National Park at
the foot of the hills. Famous for its "Madhopur guavas"
Keoladeo Ghana National Park/ Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary - India's
famous avifauna sanctuary that sees (or saw) thousands of rare and
highly endangered birds such as the Siberian crane come here mostly
during the winter season. The bird mane of India, Salin Ali took the
initiative to stop the hunting of birds in 1964. Not only bords, the
Indian black deer, chital, Nilgai, Wild bears, panthers also live
here. One should take Binoculares to recognize the birds. The sanctuary
remains open throughout the year but the ideal visiting months are
from August-November for resident breeding birds and October- February
for migrant birds.
Sariska National Park- 479 sq. km in area * the park is divided
into core buffer & tourist zone. Sambhar, Nilgai, wild cats, wild
bears, chital, bamboo & babla trees, tigers are found here. From
November to March the animals can be seen in a pleasurable natural
Mandawa - Beautiful small own lies in the heart of Shekhawati
region of Rajasthan. Well known for its famous forts & havelis.
Best time to visit this place is from October to March.
an important pilgrim centre in Rajasthan, is famous for world's largest camel
fair, The Pushkar fair. This fair is one of the main cultural activities of Pushkar.
It is held in the month of November every year. Pushkar fair is well-known for
its camel trading and other religious activities. Villagers come from different
parts of the state and bring their cattle with them. The festival is full of folk
dance, and music. Colourful shops make this fair a very charming cultural event.
Camel races are also held during this vibrant festival.|
| Why Rajasthan|
most colorful region in India . An exotic land of valiance and chivalry. A land
endowed with invincible forts, magnificent palaces and waves of sand dunes and
serene lakes. The State represents an unusual diversity in all its forms-people,
Rajasthani culture, customs, costumes, cuisine, dialects and music.|