Updated: Aug 9
Rajasthan is a state in northern India.
Rajasthan is a magnificent land of numerous kingdoms, majestic forts and palaces, diverse cultures, varied landscapes, and vibrant colors. "The Great Indian Desert" also known as "The Thar Desert" located in Rajasthan, about 85% of sand land located in India and 15% of desert located in Pakistan.
'Padharo Mahare Desh' is the slogan for every citizen of Rajasthan to every tourist guests from any corner of the World, it means 'Padharo Mahare Desh': Come to my country. The most language is spoken in Rajasthan is Hindi (the mother tongue of India), in western Rajasthan Marwari language is also spoken.
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So what are the most tourist attractions in Rajasthan? Here it is!
Barmer - Barmer and surrounding areas offer a perfect picture of typical Rajasthani villages.
Bhilwara - Popular for its textile industry. Hamirgarh Eco-park and Harni Mahadev temple are important tourist destinations.
Bikaner - Famous for its Havelis, palaces, and the Karni Mata Temple in Deshnoke.
Chittorgarh - Popular for its monument and fort.
Jodhpur - Famous for architecture & blue homes giving the name "Blue City"
Kota - Known for its gardens, palaces, and Chambal river safari.
Neemrana - home to the Neemrana Fort.
Pushkar - It has the first and one of the very few Brahma temples in the world.
Exploring Rajasthan means you should explore the cultures and festivals. Here is the list of the most cultural festivals of Rajasthan.
Camel Festival, Bikaner (January)
Nagaur Fair, Nagaur (Jan-Feb.)
Kite Festival (held on 14th Jan of every year)
Desert Festival, Jaisalmer (Jan-Feb.)
Baneshwar Fair, Baneshwar (Jan-Feb.)
Gangaur Festival, Jaipur (March–April)
Mewar Festival, Udaipur (March–April)
Elephant Festival, Jaipur (March–April)
Urs Ajmer Sharif, Ajmer (According to Lunar Calendar)
Summer Festival, Mt. Abu (June)
Teej Festival, Jaipur (July–August)
Kajli Teej, Bundi (July–August)
Dussehra Festival, Kota (October)
Marwar Festival, Jodhpur (October)
Pushkar Fair, Ajmer (November)
Rajasthan is all about the historical forts ever ruled by Rajputs and some other historical kings.
Here is the list you can check out!!!
The six Hill Forts of Rajasthan, spread across Rajasthan state in northern India, clustered together as a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The forts are mainly based in the Aravalli Range,, and were built and enhanced between the 5th and 18th centuries CE by several Rajput kings of different kingdoms. They comprise:
There are many forts in Rajasthan if you want to explore each and every you should take a long break with your work.