Complete travel portal on Rajasthan having all relevant information for tourists.
Rajasthan, the state popularly known as the ‘Land of Kings’ , is the largest state in India and located in the North West part of India. The state is famous for its majestic Palaces and Forts located in all major cities of Rajasthan and for the camel rides in the golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer . The state has beautiful carved Jain temples and Dilwara temples of Mount Abu. The temples and the Jaisalmer Havelis depicts the true architecture of India. The main cities of interest in Rajasthan are Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur.
Rajasthan, geographically is well known for the Thar Desert; Wildlife Sanctuaries- Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore Sanctuary; Aravali Range and the lakes of Udaipur. The state has thirty two districts, each having unique charm of attraction.
Rajasthan attracts tourists of various kinds as it has many picnic spots, historical places and temples for both Muslims and Hindus. The temples like Nathadwara, Ek Lingji, Jain temples and Ranakpur temple and Dargah in Ajmer are all the major places of worship in Rajasthan. The tourist spots in state are Palaces of Rajasthan, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Gardens, Jantar Mantar, Planetarium and Puppet shows in Kalamandir.
Rajasthan is culturally rich for its folk music and dance. The well known folk dances of the state are the Ghoomar from Udaipur and Kalbeliya of Jaisalmer. Kathputali, Bhopa, Ghindar are some of those which depict the traditional Rajasthani culture. The state is rich in handicrafted items of carved furniture, jewellery, blue pottery, bright colourful clothing with block prints, embroidery , bandini and mirror works. The traditional dress of Rajasthani women is Lehenga and Chanya Choli and are usually in bright colours. The main festivals celebrated in the state are Deepavali, Teej, Gangaur, Gogaji, Makar Shnakranti and Janmashtmi.
Tourism of Rajasthan plays a main role in the industry for its diversified culture and heritage. The other dominant industries of Rajasthan are agriculture, minerals and textiles. The state is also famous for the semi precious stone and their jewellery.
This site will help tourists to know about the state and plan a trip to Rajasthan . We are here to guide the tourists to visit the best places in their available time for a trip to the state.
Rajasthan is a state that would promise an extraordinary holiday with experiences of true historic culture and cuisines.