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Rajasthan, the House of Royalty here you can get the perfect glimpse of the magnificent lives and legends of the Rajputana Maharajas, depicted in their palaces and forts like Junagarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort, Lalgarh Palace and Jaisalmer Fort of Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Bikaner and Jaipur. At Shekhawati, a semi-desert region has marvelous architecture of the havelis showcased for  the visitors. The temples of Rajasthan; rich in culture, heritage and architecture should not be missed at your visit for Rajasthan; the popular ones are the Jain, Eklingi and Dilwara. Rajasthan is domicile to varied species of birds and animals; you can find them in Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Wild Life Sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park and even more.

 

Rajasthan is a place of inspiring Indian culture on a whole. Every city here as a specific food depending on the climatic conditions and the way of living. This place turns into various colors at the celebrations of their Fairs and Festivals like Nagaur Fair, Camel Festival, Pushkar Fair, Gangaur, Teej and Meewar festivals, also many more on the list.  Rajasthan is the place that has unique Jewellery Designing, Paintings, Metalware, Pottery, and Stone Carving; in short it is the perfect place for buying antiques.

 

The main language of Rajasthan is Marwari; the other groups of it are Jaipuri, Malvi, and Mewati. This changes from region to region. The unique feature of the cuisine in Rajasthan is that it last for long time. The main desserts served here are Jalebis, Sohan Halwa, Ghevar and the culinary delights are Gatte ki Sabzi, Pakodi and Khtta. The main tribe found in Rajasthan is the Bhil; additionally the other tribes are Gaduliya Lohars, Garasiya and Mina. The tribes in Rajasthan comprises of 12% of the total population. For taking a look over the remote villages of Rajasthan you can take the Camel Safari. The fastest way of experiencing the wonders of Rajasthan is the Jeep Safari, where you can enjoy the journey of the countryside with an open jeep. Most recent and exciting safari here is the Horse Safari; this is normally done in the Udaipur region where there are hilly areas.

 

Rajasthan, the land of great contrast and also popularly known as the Desert State of India. So to experience this state and get known to the rich and varied culture of Rajasthan, you must once visit this place.

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