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Rajasthan Overview :

Location : North West India

Capital : Jaipur
Population : 56.5 Million
Area : 342,239 sq. km
Languages : : Hindi and Rajasthani Dialects
Bordering State : Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab
Best Time to Visit : September to April
Experiences : Forts & Palaces, Lakes, Mountains, Sand & Dunes, Shopping
Recommended no. of days for a Tourist : 12 Days
Best Buys : Handicrafts, Paintings, Printed Textiles, Gems and Jewellery, Clothes
Rajasthan Most Popular Cities Names : Ajmer, Alwar, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Mandawa, Ranthambore, Mount Abu, Udaipur.
Rajasthan City History :
The history of human settlement in north Indian state of Rajasthan dates back to about 5000 years ago with parts of North Rajasthan at the heart of the Indus Valley Civilization.This region was long known as Gurjaratra that is country protected or ruled by the Gurjars before it came to be called Rajputana, early in the Muslim period. It is also the famous land of the Rajput warriors renowned for their heroic deeds on the battlefield. The majestic palaces, forts and other architectural edifices of historical significance tell interesting tales of the Rajput rulers who once exercised sovereignty over this northwestern state of India.

"…architectural perfection of the Dilwara temples…world's biggest turban in Udaipur, 'the city of lakes'...few of the world's oldest, mightiest and aesthetically profound forts at Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Kumbhalgarh, and Jodhpur… interesting holy Kaba rats at the Karni temple… camel safaris on the unending sand dunes of the great Indian Thar desert at Bikaner…elephant ride to climb the Amer fort… the swirling ghoomar dance…full throated folk songs…delectable Daal-bati… camel trade festival of Pushkar …exciting tiger trails at Ranthambore… heritage bird's sanctuary of Bharatpur…"

No doubt, the above excerpt only beats about the endless list of royal, folk and natural appeals of Rajasthan, a destination so unique. As is the size and varieties in its rajasthani thali (food plate of rajasthan) so is the magnificence and touristy composition in its vast desert potpourri. With its rich, unique and living heritage of architecture, arts, crafts, music, dances, cuisines et al that evolved over a period of around 1000 years, this "Land of the Kings" offers a wholesome cultural feast. The feast is spiced up at the numerous local fairs and festivals when these colorful aspects of rajasthan come together and get unfolded on a grand scale. A wild & exciting turn to the rajasthani course comes at its treasure houses of exclusive biodiversity that the other regions of this world are falling short of.

A rich and strong cultural fabric woven out of the legacy of warriors, saints, artisans, musicians and the need of the time and a nature's blessed habitat for the wildlife, there are aspects that set rajasthan apart from the rest of the tourist's haunt:

Awe-inspiring architecture
  • Commanding forts, palaces, havelis, temples and other monuments embossing the rock and desert landscape
  • The life-instilling and fine stonework and frescoes on the walls, jalis, friezes etc of these architectural masterpieces.
Not-to-be-missed are the Forts of Amber (Jaipur), Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Chittorgarh and Kumbhalgarh; Palaces of Jaipur and Udaipur; Havelis of Shekhawati and Jaisalmer; Temples at Ranakpur, Mount Abu (Dilwara) and Osiyan

Colorful Arts and Crafts :
  • Clay work and blue pottery
  • Interesting & beautiful art of bhandani (tie & dye textiles) and chapayi (hand block prints) of decorating bright colored ghagra (skirt), odhni (stole) and pagri (turbans) and bedcovers, cushion-covers etc
  • The world famous gems and jewelries and minakari (enameling) & kundankari technique (lapidary)
  • Miniature rajasthani paintings in their bright and bold lines depicting social, religious, ethnic, or royal influences of different times and regions
  • Durries or Carpets of Persian design and depicting various themes, scenes and patterns
  • Leather work to make jootis (shoes), purses, saddle, musical instrument like tabla, dhol etc
One can shop these arts and crafts of Rajasthan from Jaipur, which is the shopping center for the state.

Multi-Cuisine Kitchen
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A wide array of delicious spicy rajasthani cuisine prepared out of pure ghee be it sulas (chicken, pheasant, mutton, or fish) for the non-veggies or daal-bati, misi-roti etc.

Folk Music and Dance :
Lively ethnic Music and Dance mark festivities and are accompanied by interesting folk instruments, props and songs - kalbeliya dance (snake dance), ghoomar, chari, gair dance etc.

Fairs & Festivals :
There is no better place than Rajasthan to realize that India is a land of Festivals and fairs. Irrespective of their purpose - mythological, livestock trade, commemorate a hero or a saint or harvest or a new season or tourism demanded - more or less, these are the showcase of rajasthan's colorful and spirited social & cultural heritage that lives in its arts, crafts, music, dance, people and their camels and cattle.

Heritage Wildlife :
Rajasthan also boasts of a rich wildlife in the wetlands around the Bharatpur, sub-tropical forests of Mt.Abu, dry deciduous hill forests of the Aravallis and arid desert of the Thar. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur is a UNESCO World heritage property' for its unique resident and migratory bird's collection like Saras Crane (one of the world's rarest birds) and black-necked Stork (world's tallest stork). Ranthambore National Park is one of India's most frequented tiger reserve

Heritage Accommodations and Train :
Being in and around the dominating desolation and sandscapes of this largest state of India seems testing on its face. Instead, one experiences the full flavor of rajasthan from the royal comforts of around 40 heritage accommodations at forts, palaces and havelis, the 'Palace-on-wheels' train or overland safari across the vast and beautiful countryside. Above all, a colorful and very hospitable human touch offsets the otherwise inhospitable terrain.

Rajasthan City Guide & Car Rental Service :

Jaipur City Guide :

Amber Fort Jaipur
The cultural hub of India, Jaipur is one of the most enticing and consequently the best selling tourist destinations of the country. In the year 1727 the Rajput ruler Sawai Jai Singh commissioned a Bengali architect Vidyadhar Bhattacharya to design a city to accommodate the increasing population of his existing kingdom Amber. Vidyadhar also lived up to his expectations and designed the first planned city of India befitting the glamour, glory and grandeur of the Rajputs. The city was painted in pink, a color of hospitality, to welcome Prince of Wales in the year 1876. (Read More)

Jodhpur City Guide :

Standing on the threshold of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan after the capital city of Jaipur. It was founded by Rao Jodha, leader of the Rathore clan in 1459. The city seems to be capped by the rugged Meherangarh fort that rises majestically above the town area suggesting the turbulent past of Marwar. The old city is encircled by a 10 km long wall. The distinction between the old and new city is evident from the fort. While the old city has the impressive fort the new city has a large defense contingent, (Read More)
Meherangarh Fort Jodhpur

Jaisalmer City Guide :

The History of Jaisalmer has a charm of its own. Like all other cities of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer too has its own glorious past to boast about. History of Jaisalmer draws heavily from the history of the Rajputana. The city is said to be founded by one Raja Rawal Jaisal, a Bhatti Rajput ruler, in approximately 1156 A D. Legends go by that he did it on the behest of a local hermit named Eesaal. The raja choose Trikut hill as the new site for his fort. This was because he thought that his previous abode at Luderwa (16 km from present Jaisalmer) was vulnerable towards possible enemy assault. (Read More)
Jaisalmer Sand & Dunes

Udaipur City Guide :

Capital of the legendary Sisodias of Mewar, who fought the fiercest battles against the foreign intruders, Udaipur was built on the shores of Lake Pichola by Udai Singh II in 1559, when his former capital, Chittorgarh was sacked by the Mughal emperor Akbar. The 5 lakes that dot Udaipur have earned for it the sobriquet of 'The City Of Lakes'. The history savants throng the city to explore its palaces, havelis and museums while its fabled lakes and beautiful surroundings make it a hot spot for the honeymooners. The picturesque city... (Read More)
Udai Vilas Udaipur

Ajmer City Guide :

Erstwhile the holy city of Ajmer was the empire of Chauhan dynasty. The city was founded by Ajay Pal Chauhan in the 7th Ajmer Sharif, Ajmer Tours & Travels century. The city has witnessed several attacks and it had been ruled by Mohammad Ghauri, Mewar Rulers, Marwar Rulers Mughals, Marathas, and finally also by British. Ajmer was also associated with a great Sufi Saint Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti who came here from Persia at the end of 12th century. Ajmer has a great position in Rajasthan Tourism. Ajmer is a well-known destination and famous as a Muslim Pilgrimage centre. (Read More)
Pushkar Camel Fair

Bikaner City Guide :

If ever beauty has bloomed in a desert, it has been at Bikaner. Founded in 1488 AD by Rao Bika Ji, it's located in North West part of Rajasthan state in India. The imposing palaces, beautiful and richly sculptured temples of red and yellow sand stones display some of the finest creations of Rajput civilization. It's lust for "dessert" or affection for "desert" that tickles every heart to visit Bikaner. The first impression of Bikaner is that of a town among scrub and sand dunes. The rocky outcrop in a barren landscape provides a dramatic setting for the Junagarh Fort, (Read More)
Ranthambore Wild Tiger Life

Ranthambore City Guide :

"... convoy of open jeeps & canters, guides and tourists with alert & roving binoculars, cameras and eyes...an early morning sortie amidst a background cacophony of vehicles and noisy tourists, langurs and peafowl…sighting begins…a view of the ruins of 10th century ranthambore fort atop the rugged junction of the aravallis & vindhyas …jungle safari on the un-tarred tiger trails cut across the dense undergrowth & rugged terrain …brought to a halt …a big feline pugmarks!! cheers & insights follow… 'the day looks promising'…past flying-over Indian roller... (Read More)

Rajasthan Car Rental :

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Rajasthan Festival Calender :

Festival Place Usual Time as per Hindu Calendar
Camel Festival
Bikaner
Jan (2 days)
Nagaur camel Fair
Nagaur
Feb (4 days)
Desert Festival
Jaisalmer
Jan - Feb (3 Days)
Baneshwar Fair
Baneshwar (Dungarpur)
Jan - Feb (5 days)
Elephant Festival
Jaipur
Feb - March (1 Day, on Holi)
Brij Festival
Bharatpur
Feb (2nd -4th Feb)
Sheetla Ashtami
Jaipur
March (1 day)
Gangaur Festival
Jaipur
March - April (2-3 days)
Mewar Festival
Udaipur
March - April (1-2 days)
Keladevi Festival
Sawai Madhopur
March - April (1-2 days)
Mahavirji Fair
Mahavirji
March - April (7 days)
Summer Festival
Mount Abu
May (3 days)
Teej Festival
Jaipur
July - Aug ( 2 days)
Kajli Teej
Bundi
Aug (2 days)
Ramdeora Fair
Pokharan
Aug - Sep (2 days)
Marwar festival
Jodhpur
Oct (2 days)
Dussehra Fair
Kota
Oct - Nov (1 day)
Pushkar Fair
Pushkar
Oct - Nov (9 days)
Chandrabhaga Fair
Jhalawar
Nov (3 days)
Kolayat Fair
Bikaner
Nov (10 days)

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