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Rajasthan Travel Guide

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The land of amazing natural beauty, Rajasthan is a land of surprises and can mesmerize even the most seasoned traveler. Spectacularly set within surrounding rugged hills and dotted with majestic forts and intricately carved palaces. The wonderful amalgamation of age old traditions, intriguing cultures and warm welcoming hospitality can be only experienced in Rajasthan. Whenever you travel around this circuit, you will come across the unexpected, be it the palaces of Jaipur or the breathtaking Ranthambore National Park. While Ajmer and Pushkar are a haven for the religiously inclined, Pushkar is also the venue of one of the country's most colourful cattle fair. The fusion and brilliance of the places can astound a visitor. This circuit will not let you get bored even for a second. It is all about colour and history. The land of amazing natural beauty, Rajasthan is a land of surprises and can mesmerize even the most seasoned traveler. Spectacularly set within surrounding rugged hills and dotted with majestic forts and intricately carved palaces. The wonderful amalgamation of age old traditions, intriguing cultures and warm welcoming hospitality can be only experienced in Rajasthan. Whenever you travel around this circuit, you will come across the unexpected, be it the palaces of Jaipur or the breathtaking Ranthambore National Park. While Ajmer and Pushkar are a haven for the religiously inclined, Pushkar is also the venue of one of the country's most colourful cattle fair. The fusion and brilliance of the places can astound a visitor. This page dedicated to Rajasthan travel information gives you handful information on culture, lifestyle, food of the locals. Explore our Rajasthan travel guide and make your visit to Rajasthan easier and much enjoyable.


Costumes of Rajasthan


The land of vibrant colours, Rajasthan is fun filled with the bursting bazaars, fair an festivals and the different costumes worn and produced in the traditional manners. The bright costumes of the village men and the tribal folks makes up for a place all colourful from red, dazzling yellow, green, orange to blue highlighted by the ornamental Gota or the Zari.

The dresses are mostly influenced by the climate and economy, status and profession of the peoples. The traditional dresses are the potia, dhoti, banda, angrakha, bugatari, pachewara, khol, dhabla among the Hindus and burkha, achkan for the muslims. Rajasthani daily wear that includes the Sarees, Odhnis and Turban are often made from textiles using block printed or tie and dye technique.

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Cuisine of Rajasthan


For a desert state with such a scarcity of ingredients, Rajasthan manages to cook up a sumptuous platter. Good food and great hospitality go together in this princely state of India. The heavenly fragrance of spices, the exotic taste of dry fruits and fiery curries make Rajasthani Cuisine a royal cuisine that is flaunted in every meal served here. Rajasthani feasts are incomparable whether it's the meat dishes or the contrasting vegetarian food they have it all. When in Rajasthan it is a must to savour the food here that will pamper your taste buds.

Over the years a variety of dishes are cooked with some unique techniques that are passed on by generations to generations and all of India associates them with Rajasthan. Some of the famous typical Rajasthani delicacies like Dal-baati, Besan-Chakki, Panchkoota, Laapsi, Chaavadi, Ghoogri, Meethe Chawal and many more are a delight to dig in.

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Culture of Rajasthan


Like a true Indian state, Rajasthan is vibrant and a colourful state that not only leaves fondest memories but is also infectious. The culture of this desert state is well known for its ethnicity and vividness throughout the world attracting huge number of visitors to experience it. The enormous traditions and customs of Rajasthan that are passed on from one generation to other continue to be carried on with joy and happiness all over the state by everyone.

Fairs & Festivals in Rajasthan creates a sense of colour that covers the entire place adding to its beauty. The preparations for festivals, big or small are always elaborate. Every festival would have religious and mythological, seasonal or historical significance. The end number of fairs that till date continue to be held in Rajasthan showcases the "real Rajasthan".

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Music & Dance in Rajasthan


Rajasthan, where the tradition is given more value than any other thing. It can be seen immensely coloured with peoples wearing Turban of vivid attire and the women folk bejewelled with chunky silver ornaments, necklace, waist bands, and bracelets all giving it the surname of a haute-culture atmosphere in the country of India. The royal Maharajas and the courts produced the finest musicians, architects, sculptures, artisans and writers. These great skilled men had left behind a legacy of art, craft and antique treasures that are the pride of Rajasthan today.

Famed as the perfect Shopper's destination, here craftsmen still continue to churn out the very best and fabulous range of creation employing the age old traditional skills, which they had perfected with the passing years.

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Art and Craft of Rajasthan


Rajasthan, where the tradition is given more value than any other thing. It can be seen immensely coloured with peoples wearing Turban of vivid attire and the women folk bejewelled with chunky silver ornaments, necklace, waist bands, and bracelets all giving it the surname of a haute-culture atmosphere in the country of India. The royal Maharajas and the courts produced the finest musicians, architects, sculptures, artisans and writers. These great skilled men had left behind a legacy of art, craft and antique treasures that are the pride of Rajasthan today.

Famed as the perfect Shopper's destination, here craftsmen still continue to churn out the very best and fabulous range of creation employing the age old traditional skills, which they had perfected with the passing years. From the ravishing tie and die fabric, fine block printed textiles, soft silk to splendid furniture everything is the best.

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Rajasthan Handicrafts


Rajasthan is among the richest state of India in terms of handicraft items. Each little village has its own craftsmen patronised by the local peoples. The craftsmen of the state have been creating the most opulent and richest treasures. Stone, clay, leather goods, ivory, lac, brass, gold and textiles are given the most brilliant shapes and forms.

The beauty of Rajasthan lies in abundant traditional crafts making skills. The fine works of producing the swords and the knives with a certain degree of sharpness for the royal kings and warriors represent their ability to carve out rare crafts since the earlier days. In the present context, these artisans are mainly producing goods for the large number of tourists visiting the state of Rajasthan round the year.

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Shopping in Rajasthan


Rajasthan the colourful and unique state of India is one of the fantastic destinations that attract tourists from all over the world. And of course shopping here is a great activity enjoyed by every traveller of Rajasthan. The various cities here offer something for everyone, be it jewellery, pottery, leather items, paintings, textiles, stone items, wooden furniture and many more beautiful things with magnificent artistry & workmanship are simply irresistible. Rajasthan is truly a shopper's paradise that has been able to preserve its cultural and traditional art & craft forms which today is incomparable with any other place in India and other parts of world. It may be the rural village or urban city of this Indian state, all has something unique and exclusive on display for its shoppers.

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Sand Dunes in Rajsthan


Sand Dunes, the hills of sand created by wind have a capturing charm and give a real experience of the Desert state – Rajasthan. The sand dunes constantly change their appearance with the movements of wind. Tourists are immensely attracted towards sand dunes and the best place to have a dip in the ocean of sand is – Sam Sand Dunes located just 42kms from Jaisalmer. The picturesque beauty of sand dunes here is amazing as wind unceasingly carves out scenic patterns on the desert sand; the colour changing with the shift of the shadow with passing time ripples on the dunes create an enchanting mirage. The sunsets on the sand dunes are simply divine and magical. The best way to enjoy the sand dunes is by a camel safari trip. It is a completely mesmerising experience for every visitor who comes to Rajasthan's sand dunes.

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Travel Circuits of Rajasthan


Rajasthan remind the visitors the days of the sophisticated lifestyle of the Maharajas and their Flamboyant royal courts. Termed as the Land of Royalty due to the imposing Forts and grand Palaces that tells the tale of valour and chivalry enjoyed by this India state in past. With the mountainous Aravali and the Vindyans on one side and the desert to the other forming a contrast that perfectly blends the unique history of the state.

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When To Visit Rajasthan


Climate plays a vital role in planning a holiday to India. Rajasthan is one of the destinations in India which is visited throughout the year and receives the large number of tourists annually. The state has varied climatic conditions during the different periods of the year like summers from April to August, monsoon from September to October and winters from October to March.

During summer the days are extremely hot and the scorching sun at times is unbearable and makes it difficult to step out during the day time. However the nights are comparatively cooler. If travelling during this season sunscreen lotions, cotton clothes with loose fitting and good quantity of liquids like water & juices should be carried along to avoid dehydration. Seeing all these circumstances summers is not a suggested time to travel to Rajasthan, though the accommodation is dirt cheap during this season.

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Rajasthan Tourist Map


Rajasthan is among the richest state of India in terms of handicraft items. Each little village has its own craftsmen patronised by the local peoples. The craftsmen of the state have been creating the most opulent and richest treasures. Stone, clay, leather goods, ivory, lac, brass, gold and textiles are given the most brilliant shapes and forms. Have a look!!

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