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Information about Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the most beautiful and largest state of India, with old traditions and customs. The state of Rajasthan was founded in the year 1949; Jaipur is the capital and biggest city of Rajasthan.

The foremost aim of government of Rajasthan is to make Rajasthan a developed state where its people get plenty of opportunities to attain economic prosperity and enjoy a high quality of life. A number of steps are taken by government for all round development of the nation. At Present, it is one of the most top performing local nations of India.

Rajasthan means the land of Rajas, but was also called Rajputana ‘the country of Rajputs’. The colourful peasant population, the primitive methods of cultivation, tales of heroism and chivalry make Rajasthan a fascinating region to visit.

Climate of Rajasthan

The climate of Rajasthan differs from semi arid to arid. The temperature in summers are very high with a maximum of 46° Celsius and an average temperature from May to August is 38° Celsius. The daily summer minimum temperature is 25° Celsius. In winters the maximum temperature in most low lying areas is 22° Celsius to 28° Celsius and the minimum is 8° Celsius to 14° Celsius. Temperature may even drop below freezing point in winters.

Culture of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is culturally rich and has cultural and artistic customs which reveal the ancient Indian way of life. Traditional dance and music of Rajasthan with unique style is part of the cultural tradition of Rajasthan. Folk music is also a prominent part of Rajasthani culture.
Kalbeliya dance of Jaisalmer and Ghoomar dance of Udaipur are very prominent.
Important religious festivals which are celebrated in Rajasthan are Deepawali, Holi, Teej, Gangaur, Makar Sankranti, Janmashtami, Gogaji, and Shri Devnarayan Jayanti, and the main religion is Hinduism.
Desert festival of Rajasthan is celebrated once a year during winter. People celebrate this festival with zust and zeal in colourful attires.
Rajasthan is also famous various arts and crafts, Rajasthani Dresses which are designed very perfectly in beautiful colours. Rajasthan is also a good place to shop these items at a very reasonable price.

History of Rajasthan

The Gurjars, Bishnois, Rajpurohit, Yadavs, Meenas, Bhils, Rajputs, Charans, Jats, and other tribes put their utmost effort in the foundation of the state of Rajasthan. All of them face many problems in protecting their customs and the land. Many of them lost their life in this. Presently Rajasthan comprises mostly Rajputana, which includes the former 19 princely states, the British area of Ajmer-Merwara and two chiefships. Some of the main Rajput states of Rajasthan are Alwar, Jaipur, Bikaner, Udaipur and Jodhpur.

Jat princely states were Dholpur and Bharatpur while Tonk was princely state under Muslim Rulers. Rajput clans came and held their control over different areas of Rajasthan in the 6th century CE. Rajputs flight and protect Rajasthan from the Islamic attacks for more than 500 years. Over the years, the Mughals began to have internal conflicts which largely distracted them at times. Mughal Empire decline in the 18th century, with their decline Rajputana came under lordship of the Marathas.

The Marathas, who were Hindus from the state of Maharashtra, ruled Rajputana in the 18th century. The Maratha Empire, which had replaced the Mughal Empire was replaced in the year 1818 by the British Empire. After their defeat, the Rajput clans finished treaties with the British in the beginning of the 19th century, accepting British control and lordship over their outside matters in return for internal sovereignty.

From the past time, Rajasthan is very rich in cultural heritage and has beautiful architectural wonders, which is clearly seen in various palaces and forts (Havelis and Mahals) which are decorated with Jain and Islamic architectural patterns. The development of the wall paintings in Rajasthan is connected with the history of the Marwaris who played an important part in the economic growth of the state. Many wealthy clans throughout Indian history have relations to Marwar. These include the famous Bajaj, Mittal and Birla families.


Rajasthan is well-known for its forts, elaborately carved shrines, and adorned havelis, which were founded by Rajput rulers in pre-Muslim era Rajasthan. The pink city of Jaipur is famous for the old houses of pink colour which were built of sand stone.

Jaipur Observatory, Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu, Ranakpur Jain Temples, Chittorgarh Fort, Lake Palace of Udaipur, Karni Mata Temple of Bikaner, Lodurva Jain temples of Jaisalmer and various havelis and palaces are a significant part of the architectural heritage of India.

The monuments and palaces of Jaipur, Ajmer, Pushkar, the lakes of Udaipur, forts of Jodhpur, Bundi, Bikaner, Jaisalmer are the most famous tourist attractions of Rajasthan which are visited by both Indian and foreign tourists.

How to Reach Rajasthan

The main cities of Rajasthan are linked directly with each other. Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan has airport which is connected with various other cities and tourist destinations. The main cities of Rajasthan are also linked with various cities and its nearby states by the railways, roadways and airways.

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Road Map || Travel Map || Location Map

Agra || Ajanta || Ajmer || Alwar || Aurangabad || Banswara || Bhandarej || Bharatpur || Bikaner || Bijolia || Bundi || Chittorgarh || Corbett || Delhi || Deogarh || Deeg || Dholpur || Dungarpur || Ellora || Gajner || Goa || Gwalior || Jaipur || Jaisalmer || Jhalawar || Jhansi || Jhunjhunu || Jodhpur || Khajuraho || Khimsar || Kota || Kumbhalgarh || Luni || Madhogarh || Mandawa || Mount Abu || Mumbai || Nagaur || Nathdwara || Neemrana || Nawalgarh || Orchha || Osian || Phalodi || Pokaran || Pushkar || Rajsamand || Ranakpur || Ranthambore || Rohetgarh || Roopangarh || Samode || Sariska || Shekhawati || Sikar || Tonk || Udaipur || Varanasi

Tourist Attractions
Brahma Temple || Brijraj Bhawan Palace || Chambal Garden || City Palace (Jaipur) || City Palace (Udaipur) || Dargah Sharif || Dilwara Temple || Fatehpur Sikri || Gajner Palace || Hawa Mahal || Jag Mandir || Jantar Mantar || Karni Mata Temple || Kota Fort || Lake Palace || Ludurwa Temple || Nathdwara Temple || Nakki Lake || Neemrana Fort Palace || Patwon ki Haveli || Pushkar Lake || Rambagh Palace || Ranakpur Jain Temples || Rao Madho Singhji Museum || Sam Sand Dunes || Siliserh Lake Palace   || Umaid Bhawan Palace || Umed Bhawan Palace 

Forts & Palaces
Amber Fort || Bala Kila || Chittorgarh Fort || Jaigarh Fort || Jaisalmer Fort || Junagarh Fort || Kota Fort || Kumbhalgarh Fort || Lohagarh Fort || Mehrangarh Fort || Taragarh Fort

Museums & Art Galleries
Ajmer Government Museum || Ajmer Archaeological Museum || Albert Hall Museum || Alwar Government Museum || Bharatpur Government Museum || Dungarpur Museum || Fateh Prakash Palace Museum || Hawa Mahal Museum || Jaisalmer Folklore Museum || Jaisalmer Government Museum || Jodhpur Government Museum || Kota Government Museum || Kota Archaeological Museum || Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Museum || Modern Art Gallery || Shilp Gram || Udaipur City Palace Museum || Udaipur Government Museum || Virat Nagar Museum

National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries
 Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary || Darrah Sanctuary || Desert National Park || Jaisamand Sanctuary || Keoladeo Ghana National Park || Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary || Mount Abu Sanctuary || Ranthambore National Park || Sariska National Park || Chambal Sanctuary || Sitamata Sanctuary || Talchappar Sanctuary

Adventure Sports
Ballooning || Bicycling || Camel Safari || Camel Polo || Camping || Cart Races || Desert Rallies || Desert Safari || Elephant Safari || Elephant Polo || Gliding || Golf || Horse Safari || Horse Polo || Jeep Safari || Kite-flying || Para-Sailing || Tonga Races || Trekking || Vintage Car Rally

Ajmer Urs || Baneshwar Fair || Brij Festival || Camel Festival || Chaksu Fair || Desert Festival || Elephant Festival || Gangaur Festival ||  Mewar Festival || Marwar Festival || Nagaur Fair || Pushkar Fair || Summer Festival || Teej Festival  

Ghoomar || Gair || Chari Dance || Kachhi Ghodi || Fire Dance || Bhavai || Drum Dance || Kathak || Kathputli || Sapera Dance ||
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