Rajasthan the land of rajas or kings; has colourful culture and exotic sands, magnificent forts, royal history, exquisite art, spicy rajasthani cuisines, enticing traditional dances, luxurious palaces. Whether it is sand dunes, Desert safari, forts and palaces, the colorful tribal life or the fairs and festivals of Rajasthan, travelers to Rajasthan are assured of a truly regal experience.
Rajasthan is very popular in the world for its beautiful Bird sanctuaries,
camel safari tours, and desert jeep safari tours along with other wildlife tours & travel in the region. This state represents an unusual diversity in all its forms - people, culture, customs, costumes, cuisine, dialects and music.
Rajasthan is basically famous for its vast deserts and rich cultural and traditional heritage and artifacts.
Major cities of rajasthan are:
Jaipur: The Capital of the modern state of Rajasthan, Jaipur is a modern city built according to the specifications laid down in ancient architectural texts. Known as the pink city on account of the flush colour of its sandstone palaces, it is a major centre for handicrafts.
Udaipur : A lake city, and the capital of the Ranas of Mewar, founded in the 16th century, Udaipur is known for its fairytale palaces that nestle along the banks of a lake, or completely cover islands in its midst.
Jaisalmer : The westernmost citadel of the desert, Jaisalmer has an ancient history linked with its development as a trading centre. Parts of its 'golden' fort continue to be inhabited, and its cobbled streets lead through a journey of medieval enchantment.
Chittorgarh: This city in Rajasthan, India, is synonymous with bravery and sacrifice. Attacked thrice during its eventful history, Chittorgarh bears the scars of tremendous battles. The Victory Tower or Vijay Stambha in Chittorgarh celebrates a victory in 1440 of Kumbha, the ruler of Chittorgarh, over Mahmud Khalji the ruler of Malwa.
Pushkar: The site of a famous camel and cattle fair in November every year, Pushkar consists of a collection of temples including a Brahma temple, built around the holy Pushkar Lake. Devotees bathe in the lake on the auspicious day of Karthik Purnima every year. The camel fair is a crowd puller with merchants, camel buyers and sellers, cultural performers and tourists coming together for a celebration in the desert.