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Rajasthan - The Land Of Rich Heritage

Amjad Islam Khan

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Rajasthan the land of heritage and heroism has a great historical background that dates back to Rajputs, Jats, Nath, Ahirs, Bhils, Meenas and Gujars. Rajasthan is one of the largest states of India that covers one of the biggest deserts of India, the Thar Desert. It is the land of the oldest mountains - Aravali Range and world famous pilgrimage spot, Dilwara Jain temple. Apart from this, Rajasthan has numerous historical forts that add splendor to the Rajasthan Tour. For all those who plan to visit Rajasthan for travel and recreation purposes, Rajasthan offers great deal for locals as well as foreigners.

General Information:

Rajasthan is divided into major cities, including Jaipur, Bikaner, Ajmer, Bundi, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Kota, Udaipur and Pushkar. Rajasthan is a land of color and art. It is the land rich in cultural heritage where folk heroes such as Pabuji, Gogaji, Ramdeoji, Tejaji, Mehaji and Harbhuji are worshipped along with numerous other Hindu deities. For all those who are planning to make the best of Rajasthan Tour, some of the well known tourist destinations of Rajasthan include Mount Abu, Wazirpur, Ranakpur, Nathdwara, Osiyan and Ranthambore National Park.

Art, Craft and Festivals:

Handicrafts that include traditional tie and dye printing, block printing, Sanganer prints, Bagaru prints along with exquisite pottery, handicrafts and other collectibles are a feast to the eyes. Some of the well known festivals of Rajasthan enjoyed by tourists from all over the world include Nagaur fair, Kite Festival, Baneshwar Fair, Desert Festival, Gangaur Festival, Elephant Festival, Mewar Festival, Teej, Urs Ajmer Sharif, Camel Festival and the Pushkar Fair. All these festivals make Rajasthan the best loved tourist destination of India.

Tourist Spots:

In case one is looking for historical heritages, Rajasthan offers numerous tourist destinations such as Jaipur's Amber Fort, Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort, Bundi's Bundi Fort, Udiapur's Pichola Lake, Jaisalmer's Jaisalmer Fort, Jaipur's Jal Mahal and Pink City and Jodhpur's Umaid Bhavan, to name a few.

Well, in case you are preparing for Rajasthan Tour, make sure you have some basic knowledge about the place in well advance. This will help you in making the best of your trip. In order to avoid the rush season; make sure to book your hotel accommodation in advance to be free from last minutes hassles. So, go ahead and make the best of your Rajasthan Tour.

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