With exuberance, vibrant colours and gaiety written all over their faces, the people welcome us as we enter the kingdom of sand dunes. Certainly we feel a different ambience around us. Yes, this is a place that anyone who visits India would not want to miss. These cities behold the beauty of a princess in waiting and the patience of a mother waiting for her son to come back from war. This is the land which is synonymous with valour, pride and beauty all rolled into one. This is the state of Rajasthan - the symbol of strength, unity and unparalleled magnificence.
Situated in the North-Western part of India, the land of cultures, Rajasthan boasts of an exquisite wildlife which makes it even more vivacious and raw. The indisputable scenic beauty added to the wealthy culture and heritage, makes the cities of Rajasthan a much awaited factor in the tour of Indian cities. Rajasthan cuisine is one of the main attractions for any traveler. Food here makes one’s mouth water enough to decide to get back to relish the delicacies yet once more. The immediate thought that comes to mind when we say cities of Rajasthan is glory and grandeur. It is not for anything that Rajasthan is teamed with the word royal. Royalty oozes from every corner of the cities of Rajasthan be it lifestyle, attitude, personalities or food. The Thar Desert, world famous for being the ninth largest subtropical desert, adds to the bird’s eye view. In spite of its monotony in topography people who visit the cities here juxtapose this continuous stretch of sand with the colorful beauty offered by the respective cities adding pleasure to one’s view.
The basic infrastructure of a city dominates its theme. Indian cities are dotted with specific individual traits. Some have temples, some beaches, some have grasslands, while others have plateau. Rajasthan has forts, palaces, mansions, jungles and deserts as its USP. The cities of Rajasthan beckon one to come and visit and revisit and it is but natural as Rajasthan hosts cities like “The Pink City” or Jaipur, “The city of lakes” or Udaipur “The blue city” or Jaisalmer. Besides, the land of sand, Rajasthan has cities having wildlife sanctuaries nearby like the Bharatpur wild life sanctuary and hill stations like Mt. Abu. All these are reasons why a person touring India would head for the cities of Rajasthan as top priority. So let’s live the culture, breath the vibrance, see the grandeur and sense the pride. Over to the cities of Rajasthan.