Rajasthan Travel Guide
“Padharo Mahre Des…” that is how we Rajasthani welcome our guests with all open arms and heart. The place is full of wonders and magic. Rajasthan is quite popular among the travellers. The brave land of Rajasthan is known not only for its chivalry but also for its colorful culture, traditions and heritage sites. Rajasthan is flocked by numerous of tourists from all over the world and offers a wide range of culture, traditions, music and art. The majestic land is wrapped with the ancient Aravalli ranges and is dotted with majestic forts, carved palaces, wide desert and amazing national parks. Along with this, the charming Rajasthani state is also known for various fairs and festivals which are quite popular nationally and internationally. The diverse land of Rajasthan is mesmerizing and houses with the exotic wildlife that makes a perfect holiday.
Make you amaze by its beauty, Rajasthan is indeed the land of wonders where travellers can enjoy age old traditions, intriguing cultures and warm welcoming hospitality under one sky. With that Rajasthan also offers a wide collection of Palaces, forts, wildlife and havelis with sand dunes, religious places, fairs, festivals and handicrafts etc.
The travel circuit of Rajasthan is so amazing and wide that it is not possible to experience all place in a stipulated time which will fill its travellers with ultimate experience. Some of the most prominent cities of Rajasthan are Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner and Ajmer that are just to name a few. Though the cities of Rajasthan are growing rapidly, still one can feel the simplicity and warm hospitality of this place that will touch your heart.
Jaipur is calm and peaceful known for its unique forts and palaces such as Hawa Mahal, City Palace and many more. Udaipur is known as the Venice of the east and is famous for its pristine lakes and charming palaces. Breathtaking beauty of Ranthambore National Park and abundance of natural beauty is something that attracts travellers from all over the world. While the city of Ajmer and Pushkar are quite popular among the religiously inclined people. The Dargah of Khwaja Sahab in Ajmer and Ghats of Pushkar Lake flocked by devotes of various beliefs.
The state of Rajasthan also serves as a perfect place to shop the traditional handicrafts and vibrant clothes along with the huge list of ethnic jewelry, traditional foot wears (jootis/mojaris) that you can buy as souvenirs for yourself or for your loved ones.
Through our Rajasthan travel page you would be able you would get all kinds of essential information which might come handy for your next Rajasthan tour. You would be introduced with the culture, lifestyle, cuisine and locals of this royal land which would be enjoyable and exciting and memorable.