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Rajasthan tourism guide offering useful information on travel and tourism in Rajasthan, India.

Rajasthan Tourism

The state of Rajasthan is famous for its palaces and forts and the imposing structures that never fail to amuse the onlookers. The culture of Rajasthan is absolutely colorful and the music and dances of the state are a delight to hear and watch. On your tour to Rajasthan you will find that the state is largely desert but the way people treat their guests and visitors will overwhelm you. They are known to be extremely warm and hospitable and treat guests like Gods.

Teej Festival Rajasthan Desert Festival
Mewar Festivals Marwar Festival
Gangaur Festival Kajli Teej Festival
Bikaner Camel Festival

Pushkar Camel Fair Amber Fort
Karni Mata Fair Birla Temple Jaipur
Banganga Fair Hawa Mahal
Nagaur Fair Jaigarh Fort
Urs Fair Jantar Mantar

Desert National Park City Palace
Jaisalmer Fort Kumbhalgarh Fort
Nathmal Ki Haveli Lake Palace
Patwon Ki Haveli Lake Pichola

Mehrangarh Fort Rohetgarh Fort
Umaid Bhawan

Kishangarh Fort Dilwara Jain Temples
Dargah Sharif Ajmer

Covering an area of 342,239 square kilometers, Rajasthan is the largest state of India. It shares its political borders with the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Harayana and Punjab. It also shares international boundaries with Pakistan. Rajasthan has a rich cultural heritage that flourishes in tales and legends that speak volumes about the rich history of Rajasthan. The state is an example of unity in diversity. While traveling to Rajasthan you may come across many forts and palaces that speak volumes about the rich legacy of this once princely state. Rajasthan tourism offers you a variety of destinations to explore and so many exciting things to do on your holidays.

Rajasthan is also famous for its wildlife sanctuaries. The sanctuaries offer a wide range of flora and fauna. Though the state looks arid because of the desert, you will be amazed to see the variety of life that thrives over here. There are many safaris that let you explore the wildlife of Rajasthan. You will be accompanied by experienced guides who know exactly where to look for wild animals.

The cuisines are absolutely lip-smacking and must be tried by anyone who comes here. The great heritage and culture of Rajasthan coupled with the Thar Desert in the background makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Remember, your tour of India is incomplete without a look at Rajasthan - the land of Rajput warriors. So come and experience the magic of Rajasthan, one that is sure to blow you over and keep you coming back again.

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