Rajasthan Tourism

Attracting tourists from not just India but from around the world because of its rich cultural heritage, Rajasthan boasts of some magnificent monuments and sites. A royal destination that is on every traveler’s wish-list, Rajasthan with its breathtaking sand dunes is a visual treat. Rajasthan houses many royal ruins that take you back to the grandeur of its kingdoms. Blessed with elaborate forts and palaces, the state is among the most popular tourist destinations.

People & Culture of Rajasthan
Belonging from different castes and tribes, the people of Rajasthan make this state a multi cultural land. The women of Rajasthan are seen wearing flowing cotton “ghagras” (skirts) with rainbow coloured dupattas and silver jewellery. The locals have great fascination towards their folk music and dance which is visible in every aspect of their culture. Local craftsmen are known for making beautiful artifacts out of stone, leather, glass, wood, clay, ivory, brass, silver, gold and textiles.

The Rajasthani textile is world renowned and is famed for its tie and dye, block printing, embroidery and silver and gold work on fabric.

Tourist Attractions in Rajasthan
With numerous legendary tales buried in its walls, the forts and palaces of Rajasthan narrate stories. The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur houses various monuments and forts. One of the most famous forts here is the Amber Fort, crowning the crest of a hill. Offering a panoramic view of Maota Lake, the fort charms the travelers with its beauty. City Palace, Jaigarh Fort and Hawa Mahal of Jaipur each have their own unique charisma.

Another popular attraction of Rajasthan is Udaipur. Attracting tourists from around the world for its wide range of palaces, the city is blessed with some amazing ancient palace. City Palace and Lake Palace are two of the popular palaces of Udaipur. Offering a mixture of Rajput military architecture and Mughal-style decorative techniques, the City Palace also makes for a perfect wedding destination. The Lake Palace is a pearly white dream reflecting in the clear waters of Lake Pichola.

Other than these, Jaisalmer Fort, Chittorgarh Fort Junagarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhavan Palace are other key historical edifices adding grandeur in the skyline of Rajasthan.

Wildlife in Rajasthan
Rajasthan houses some amazing range of flora and fauna that one needs to see to believe. Home to some popular national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, one can discover enough wildlife attractions in Rajasthan. Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary are the most popular destinations to spot tigers. Keoladeo Ghana National Park is known for housing hundreds of birds.

Religious Destinations in Rajasthan
The locals of Rajasthan hold their religious beliefs close to their heart, which is why the state houses numerous spiritual places visited by devotees from all around India.The Brahma Temple of Pushkar is the only shrine of Brahmaji ‘"the creator of mankind" on the planet. Edging the banks of Pushkar Lake, one can enjoy the view of uncountable temples including Varah Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Gayatri Temple and Raghunath Temple, etc. Dargah Sharif of Amjer is another highly visited religious hub.

Fairs & Festivals in Rajasthan
The fairs and festivals of Rajasthan add vivid colours to the barren lands of Rajasthan, beautifully reflecting the legacy of its royal past.

The Summer Festival celebrated in Mount Abu rejoices the warmth and joyfulness of the locals of the hill station.
Mewar Festival is another famous festival of the state showcasing the culture and tradition in Udaipur.
Another most awaited event in Rajasthan is the famous Pushkar Fair. This mega event greets thousands of camel owners who visit Pushkar city to sell and buy cattle.

Food in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is the best place to gratify your gluttony. The land of royals comes with a royal touch in its food.
Dal Bati Churma (flaky round breads baked over firewood and dipped in ghee) is the most common item cooked in every household here.

Laal Maas (meat cooked with fiery red chillies) is a charmer for the lovers of non vegetarian food.
For a perfect kingly dining experience, Mohan Maas (meat cooked with milk and mild spices) is also a must try.
The locals of Rajasthan are also mad over Rajasthani Kadhi (spiced yogurt) that leaves a pungent and spicy taste on your tongue forever.

Churma Ladoo (whole wheat flour balls)   is also a dish to die for.
In addition to this, Mawa Kachori and Pyaaz Kachori are also delectable snacks of Rajasthan.

Best Time to Visit Rajasthan
The best time to visit Rajasthan is between November and February.
Summer months (April to June) in Rajasthan are hot and humid making sightseeing difficult. However, Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan is ideal for planning summer holidays in the state. Monsoon (July to September) transforms the state into a beautiful ecstasy when the dry and sandy landscape of Rajasthan gets drenched with showers of rain.

How to Reach Rajasthan
By Air - The main airport of Rajasthan is situated at Jaipur that serves both domestic as well as international flights. Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur have domestic airports that connect with all the major cities in India.
By Train - The state has a wide railway network that offers direct links to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore.
By Road - Road travel is also a preferred choice among travellers planning holidays to Rajasthan.

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