About Rajasthan

  • Location: Northwestern part of India
  • Geography: Varied landscapes including the Thar Desert, Aravalli Range, fertile plains, and hills
  • Climate: Hot summers, cooler winters; limited monsoon; temperatures often exceed 40°C (104°F) in summers
  • Ancient History: Rich historical heritage dating back to ancient times
  • Rajput Heritage: Princely states with Rajput rulers, known for chivalry and valor
  • Architectural Marvels: Magnificent forts, palaces, and havelis showcasing Rajput architecture
  • Cultural Extravaganza:
    • Music: Traditional folk music with instruments like dholak and sarangi
    • Dance: Energetic forms like Ghoomar and Kalbelia
    • Attire: Colorful ghagras, odhnis, turbans, and dhotis
    • Cuisine: Spicy and rich Rajasthani dishes


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68.5 Million





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342,239 km2






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Popular Travel Places

Rajasthan’s cities boast vibrant hues, rich history, and architectural marvels that make them iconic destinations in India.


The Pink City

Jaipur, is a vibrant city known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. Often referred to as the “Pink City” due to the color of its historic buildings, Jaipur is home to iconic landmarks such as the Hawa Mahal, City Palace, and Amer Fort. Its bustling markets, traditional handicrafts, and warm hospitality make it a must-visit destination.


The City of Lakes

Udaipur, the “City of Lakes” in Rajasthan, India, is a picturesque destination renowned for its enchanting beauty. The serene Lake Pichola, overlooked by the majestic City Palace, creates a romantic ambiance. Udaipur’s architecture, adorned with intricate carvings, reflects its regal history. Boat rides on the lake, visits to Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas islands, and the vibrant markets enhance the city’s charm.


The Blue City

Jodhpur, is renowned for its majestic Mehrangarh Fort, which dominates the skyline with its imposing presence. Known as the “Blue City” for its indigo-hued houses, Jodhpur offers a blend of history, architecture, and cultural richness. The bustling Sardar Market, vibrant festivals, and the enchanting Umaid Bhawan Palace contribute to the city’s timeless charm.


The Golden City

Jaisalmer, the “Golden City” in the heart of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India, captivates with its mesmerizing golden sandstone architecture. Dominated by the grand Jaisalmer Fort, the city exudes a timeless charm. The intricately carved havelis, bustling markets, and the unique desert landscape offer a distinctive experience. Camel safaris into the vast dunes and the magical sunset views make Jaisalmer an unforgettable destination.

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