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Rajasthan Travel Guide

Rajasthan, the very name evoke images of bejeweled maharajas riding ornamented elephants, mighty forts and palaces, and stories of valor romance and chivalry.


  • Rajasthan Travel Guide
Rajasthan At a Glance
  • Capital City:Jaipur
  • Population:68,548,437
  • Area :342,239 sq.kms
  • Geo Location:North-West
  • Average Climate:10°C to 45°C
  • Best time to visit:November - March

Introduction

“Aao Padharo Maaro Desh” (Come visit our country), with these promising words on the lips of every tour guide, travel in the vibrant state of Rajasthan feels a lot like absorbing the real essence of India. The land of sand dunes, legendary forts and luxury palaces, Rajasthan draws a large number of tourists from all over the globe. The forts and palaces depicting the enriching history of the various clans is the one half of  Rajasthan, whereas the second one is all about the rural flavors of the state.

Endowed with different natural beauty and history, the cities of Rajasthan are famed for its architecture and city structure. From the ancient palaces of Jaipur to the sand dunes of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan has a treat for everyone. A haven for architectural lovers, Rajasthan houses some of the best structures of the world. The Amber Palace, Castle Mandawa, Fort Delawara, Hawa Mahal, City Palace in Udaipur, Khimsar fort, Jaisalmer fort and Ummaid Bhawan Palace are the few in the long list of archaeological marvels of Rajasthan.  

Besides creations of the human civilization, Rajasthan is also acknowledged as a spiritual gateway. Be it the ancient temples of Mount Abu and Dilwara or the rare, yet sacred Brahma temples in Pushkar, Rajasthan gets a whole new range of pilgrims every year.    

Through this travel guide of Rajasthan, explore the places to visit, things to do and activities in Rajasthan to familiarize yourself with the people, culture, cuisine, tourist attractions and shopping centers of Rajasthan and get a peek into the vibrant culture and rich history of Rajasthan.