News By/Courtesy: Arya A. Kudchadker | 14 Nov 2020 21:21pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rajasthan as a tourist spot
  • Amazing places to visit
  • Amazing food and people

Why you need to travel to Rajasthan

Rajasthan's name comes from the most beautiful states of India. Among all the states, it is the largest state in terms of area, it is the state adjacent to Pakistan in the west of the country. The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur, this state is famous due to its royal history, Shaun Shaukat, and forts and palaces. The heritage of natural beauty and history is worth seeing here.

Every year a large number of domestic and foreign tourists visit Rajasthan. Before independence, this state was divided into several princely states and bases. It was jointly called Rajputana. Which means the land of King Maharajas.

Many places in Rajasthan are the center of special attraction for tourists. Foreign visitors who come to visit India, most people come to see Rajasthan. The historical cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh's forts, fortifications, palaces, and ancient sites still keep history fresh. The largest city of the state is Jaipur which is also known as Pink City.

It is the largest state in the country, spread over an area of 342,269 square kilometers. About 11 percent of the total area of the country is inhabited. Most of it is desert. Where there is the sandiest land and rainfall is in small amounts, it often causes drought.

The coldest place in this state of the tropical dry climate is Mound Abu and the driest place is Phalodi. In 60 percent of the state, there are dense sand dholes. The dress of the people of the state is special in itself. People wear different types of clothes in different areas. The dhoti kurta for men and the lehenga for women, chunri are especially notable here.

Most people in the state know Hindi. The mother tongue of this place is Rajasthani, which is seen in different forms in the areas of Marwar, Mewar, Shekhawati, etc. Folk songs are pleasing here at various festival festivals.

The population of Rajasthan is predominantly Hindu, people of all other religions also reside here. The main festivals of the state are the ones that are generally celebrated in other parts of the country. Teej, Uchchhat, Goga Navami, Teja Dashami, Gangaur are the local festivals and festivals here.

Many types of fairs are organized here. Large fairs of the state are filled in Pushkar, Ramdevra, Parbatsar, Gogamedi, and Ajmer Sharif. In Banswara Dungarpur, the fair of Beneshwar, called the Kumbh of the tribals, fills. Hans Rajasthan is worth a visit.

 

This Article Does Not Intend To Hurt The Sentiments Of Any Individual Community, Sect, Or Religion Etcetera. This Article Is Based Purely On The Authors Personal Views And Opinions In The Exercise Of The Fundamental Right Guaranteed Under Article 19(1)(A) And Other Related Laws Being Force In India, For The Time Being. 

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 15 Nov 2020 18:25pm IST


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