are one of the different group of people of Rajasthan who are popular
for their rich cultural Rajasthani Life and their affection for
animals and nature. Bishnoi Village is an ideal place to experience
Bishnoi culture and village is famous for scenic landscape and wild
animals like blue bulls, desert foxes, peacocks, black bucks,
chinkara, partridges etc.
can enjoy sight of various migratory, demoiselle cranes, Guda Lake and
adjacent places. Visitors can see the weavers, potters and block
printers engaged in their routine work, meet with the local villagers
and learn about their culture and routine work.
were the only people who have affection, harmony and respect not only
among human beings but also with Mother Nature, wild animals and
trees. Bishnoi people are well-known for their eco-friendly attitude
and their efforts in preserving the Flora & Fauna of Rajasthan.
Bishnois are the very sensible, straightforward, nature loving and
eco-friendly section of Hindu religion.
Bishnoi Village Safari - Bishnoi Village Safari was initiated by
Royals of Jodhpur. Village Safari at Bishnoi gives the tourist an
opportunity to explore the rich ethnic lifestyle around their state of
Marwar, A Real Rajasthan. So if you want to experience the tribal
village, their lifestyle, then Bishnoi Village safari is the best
option for you. Visitors view the block printers, shepherds families,
potters and weavers engaged in their routine work.
1) Bishnois are known to be very cruel and violent in preserving trees
and wildlife. It is said that if you are a hunter, then the bad thing
that could happen to you is to be caught hunting by a Bishnoi.
most Hindu communities, Bishnois cover their dead instead of cremating
them because of the strict ban on the felling of trees, the wood of
which is needed for cremation.
Chand Bishnoi give up his life to save wild animals in October, 1996.
A film, Willing to Sacrifice, based on his story won the award for the
Best Environment Film at the 5th International Festival of Films, TV
and Video Programmes held at Bratislava, Slovakia.