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Drenched into royal splendor, rich & glorious history, Rajasthan is known for its charming and exciting tour. Being the largest state of India and blessed with rich culture, tradition, heritage and monuments, Rajasthan captivates thousands of vacationers from all over the world. The land of Kings, Rajasthan has earned lots of fame for its captivating sightseeing, flora and fauna, sanctuaries and wildlife of the place along with its royal richness. Thus, it becomes the most popular destination for the travellers and has number one position in the big list of India tourism. Moreover, tourists across the world are excited to enjoy the Royal Rajasthan Tourism. On Rajasthan expedition, travellers will experience the blend of rich heritage, culture, tradition, rituals etc. What are the things travellers can experience are mentioned below:

Rich Culture: Rajasthan the desert land of India has a rich culture of 5000 years ago. Though Hindi is the national language of India and it is being used in Rajasthan as well, but the prime language of the people is Rajasthani and it varies from region to region for instance Mowati in North East Rajasthan, Malwi in South-East Rajasthan and Jaipuri in the eastern part of the state. Apart from these languages, the state is also drenched in folk music and dance which beautifully reflects the ancient Indian way of life. The cultural rich people of the state are warm and jolly in nature, they always feel good in greeting their guests no matter from where they belongs to.

Splendid Heritage: The heritage of Rajasthan is rich and natured over years by various settlers of the state. Be it Aryans, Harappan, Bhils, Gujjars, Jains, Jats, Muslims and Rajput, every settler has nurtured the heritage which exists in numerous forms including art, craft, music and dances of Rajasthan.

  • Art: One can completely dive into the art of the state while exploring the markets which is overflooded with many products which reflects the art of the state. Some of the products include intricately carved wooden furniture with alluring motifs, Bandhej saris & kurtis, zari & embroidered saris, astonishing blue pottery, captivating mojaris & jutis, royal hand knotted carpets & durries and many more things.
  • Folk Performances: Ghair, Kucchi Ghodi, Terahtaali, Kalbelia, Fire dance, Drum Dance, Ghoomar, Bhavai are some of the folk performances that travellers can enjoy on their Royal Rajasthan Tourism.
  • Crafts: Jewelry, Metalware, Gesso work, Pottery, Stone Carving, Block printing are some of the crafts that travellers will find on their Rajasthan expedition.
  • Fairs and Festivals: Rajasthan has a lively environment all through the years as the lovely people of the state celebrate a number of fairs and festivals that always make them happy and connects them with their ground roots. Some of the popular fairs and festivals that people celebrate are as followed: Gangaur festival, Teej festival, Chhat ka Mela in Amber during Navratri , Shitla Mata Fair, Jaipur Literature festival, Kite festival, Chaksu Fair, Elephant Fair.

The blend of all these attractions, makes Rajasthan a must visit place in India and this is what all about the Royal Rajasthan Tourism. Travellers will enjoy thoroughly and experience the never expected activities on their Rajasthan Expedition.

Jaipur - The Pink City

Jaipur - The capital city of Rajasthan is the favourite tourist destination of India. Widely popular this pink city was the stronghold of numbers of rulers. It was founded by Raja Sawai Jaisingh II in AD 1727. Travellers in this city can explore the magnificent forts and palaces such as Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Jalmahal etc. These places reflect the stronghold of royalty and stronghold of rulers and leave a lasting impression on travellers. Tourists can also explore the best markets of the city and get popular Rajasthani jewellery, fabric and shoes etc. While exploring these places, tourists can take a dip into rich culture and heritage of the state.

Jodhpur - The Blue City

Jodhpur The Blue city of Rajasthan was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rathore clan. The city was named after the chief. The two parts of the city old and new has many mesmerizing tourist attractions such as Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Jaswant Thada and Rai ka Bag Palace. Each of these captivating places makes travellers feel awesome. During this Sun city expedition, travellers can shop for Antiques, Bandhini , Chillies, Jodhpur Footwear, lacquerware, puppets and figurines, carpets, etc. So, tourist must explore the heart of Rajasthan and the majestic jewel of her eternal crown.

Udaipur - The Lake City

Udaipur The city of Lake, set amidst the Aravalli Ranges of Rajasthan, India. It is connected with three beautiful lakes named as Fateh Sagar Lake, Lake Pichhola and Swaroop Sagar Lake. Known for its picturesque lakes, Udaipur attracts thousands of travellers from all over the world. It is one of the sought-after and romantic destinations of the state. Best Places to visit in Rajathan's Udaipur are Haldighati, Ahar Cenotaphs, Jag Mandir Palace, Bagore Ki Haveli, Udaipur Lake Palace Ghanerao Castle, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagda Town, Ranakpur Temple, Jagat Temple, Nathdwara Temple. One will surely get mesmerized by superb architecture and imperial legacy.

Jaisalmer - The Golden City

Stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone and crowned by a fort, Jaisalmer the golden city has a rich history of 1000 years. The unmatched beauty and proudly standing forts of the city narrates the stories of valor and chivalry of the Rajput rulers. The best places to visit in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer are Jaisalmer Fort, Salim Singh ki Haveli, Patwon ki Haveli, Nathmal ki Haveli, Gadissar Lake, and Vyas Chhatri. Each of these places has tremendous beauty one must explore. During the city tour, people can also go to popular market to shop Mineral stones, handmade accessories, Embroidery, Silver and many more. If travellers are visiting the place in winters one must enjoy desert festival of the place. It reflects people's zeal, colourful extravaganza of fun, laughter and adventure.

Ajmer and Pushkar The Holy Place

Ajmer and Pushkar: Ajmer and Pushkar are again the most sought-after destinations of Rajasthan as travellers can devote their some time at both these holy places. Ajmer is popular as the holy place for both Hindu and Muslim, whereas Pushkar alone has 400 temples in the city. In Ajmer travellers will get a chance to visit very popular Dargah Sharif whereas Pushkar attracts travellers for one and only Brahma temple of India. They are truly a majestic place and one must visit.

Here are few best places to visit in Rajasthan and travellers will surely experience the unexpected and inexperienced things on this Rajasthan Tour.

Rajasthan being the land of kings, customs, traditions, fairs and festivals is quite colourful and its journey add colours in the boring life of vacationers. As the state has a number of customs and traditions, so it celebrates a number of fairs and festivals at different times in the year.

Pushkar Fair - Pushkar

Pushkar fair is one of the best and largest camels fair which is celebrated in October to November. The camels are adorned in beautiful trappings and get them ready for performing into camel marches, racing contests, milking competitions, etc. Each of these things is spectacular and draws attention of the travellers. Longest moustache is another competition that held in the fair. During the fair, tourists can also participate in competition like Matka pod and can also experience very special Hot air balloon.

Desert Festival Jaisalmer

Like any other festival, desert festival of Jaisalmer is a journey which wins the heart of travellers. On this festival, a number of activities and performances are being organized which includes the performance of singers, musicians, puppeteers, snake charmers and some traditional skills. Tourists from all over the world enjoy watching camel dance, camel races, camel acrobatics and camel polo. Travellers also enjoy turban tying competition, tug-of-war between the musclemen and Mr. Desert contest. Apart from these fun activities, the amalgamation of sound, light and moonlight on sand dunes makes it look spectacular.

Brij Festival - Bharatpur

Brij is a region located in Bharatpur, which is founded by Raja Suraj Mal. This region celebrates a festival in the month of March named as Brij festival. In this festival the men and women dress beautifully in traditional outfits and participate in the festival. In this festival a dance performance is performed which is the unique feature of this festival. The name of the dance is Raslila which is dedicated to lord Krishna and Radha. Through this Raslila dance, the performers shows the entire love story of Krishna and Radha, The Holi festival of Hindus, begin with this festival and people shows its zest and dynamism. Apart from the storytelling performance, various folk dances and music performances are performed by local festival. It is truly a magical festival of colours.

Elephant Festival - Jaipur

Before the festival of Holi, the pink city celebrates the Elephant annual festival which is a matchless event organized by the local people. For this festival, the elephants are groomed nicely by colourful and embroidered parasols and velvets rugs. Elephants are also decked with some huge elephant jewellery, which includes ear dangles, anklet, bells, gold and silver bracelets and rings, coloured brocade scarves, royal head plates etc. The elephants are also painted in numerous colours, which make them look beautiful. These elephants are female and they enjoy participating in elephant polo, elephant race, the tug-of-war between elephant. Tourists from all over India enjoy these competitions and take pleasure of it.

Mewar Festival - Udaipur

Mewar Festival is celebrated by the local people of Udaipur and it is festival that welcomes the advent of spring and harvest martial loyalty. As this festival has a religious as well as cultural significance, so the ladies awaits for this festival to display their beautiful and colourful costume and jewellery. Apart from the ritual, the married ones pray to Gauri for marital bliss and the good health of their husbands. The women are seen dancing and singing to support the local artist. To enjoy these festivals, tourists can even plan for the fair and festival tour of Rajasthan. This will certainly bring you an amazing experience. So, plan your tour now.

Since decades the forts and palaces of Rajasthan are standing proudly and reflecting the rich architectural heritage of the princely state Rajasthan. The eternal charm of this remarkable land is attracting thousands of tourists across the world and makes them enjoy the amazing blend of royal past and modern comfort. The ultimate experience that travellers will get from Rajasthan's forts and palaces expedition will compel them to visit these masterpieces again and again. Some of the very popular forts and palaces that travellers will explore are as follows:

Hawa Mahal in Jaipur

During the rule of Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the striking Hawa Mahal was built in Jaipur in the form of Lord Krishna's crown. The fort was built by superior quality red bricks and sandstone. The palace is built in five storeys which comprises of 953 small windows which looks like honeycomb. The interior of the palace was built in such as a way that it works like an air conditioned palace. The intricate structure of the palace serves as a veil that enables the female members of the palace to see the everyday ongoing life on streets without being seen due to pardah system (covering face). The best time to visit this palace is early in the morning as its red colour makes it more appealing.

City Palace in Udaipur

Located on the beautiful lake Pichola, Udaipur City Palace is one of the architectural marvels of Rajasthan. Udaipur is the largest palace complex in Rajasthan which is designed in Medieval, European and Chinese Architecture. The Palace has various domes, towers and arches which makes it one of the most appealing complexes of the state. City Palace comprises 11 wonderful palaces which comprises of attractive paintings, antique furniture, ornamental tiles work and exquisite glass mirror. This assortment has amazing courtyards, terraces, rooms, corridors, pavilions and hanging gardens. This complex is made of granite and marble which makes it look stunning.

Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur

Constructed in between 1929 to 1944, Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur was made to provide employment to thousands of people who were suffering from famine. This magnificent complex is comprises of 347 rooms, which makes it world's largest private royal residence. Even today, one section of the palace is in use of royal family and currently headed by Raja Gaj Singh II whereas some part of this complex is converted into hotel in 1972 which is associated with ITC Hotels. The hotel of this complex enables the travellers to book the room for their stay and then they can experience the royal living on their Rajasthan tour. The sunrise and sunset view from this complex is heart-touching and gives a nice treat to the eyes.

Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner

The Lalgarh Palace was built in between 1902- 1926. It was commissioned by British rulers and controlled by Raja Ganga Singh of Bikaner. Built with sandstone, this palace is a perfect example of Indo- Sarasenic architecture. In order to support the economy of the trust, the charitable trust of the complex decided to give a part of the palace to the private hoteliers and at present two parts of the palace is headed by trust as hotels. Thus, travellers can take pleasure at these hotels and experience the royal life of people. Tourists have to book their rooms for stay in advance.

Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer

Widely popular as the largest fort of the world, Jaisalmer Fort was the part of various battles including the Bhatis, the Rathores of Jodhpur and the Mughals of Delhi. The fort has yellow sandstone which beautifully appears as golden stretches in Thar Desert and tourists compliments this beauty. Tourists call this fort as the breath-taking monument; moreover it includes various attractions such as Jain Temples, Laxminath temple, Raj Mahal, etc.


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