The largest state in India and home to the mesmerising sand dunes of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan was once the hub of royal families in India. Sharing its borders with Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Pakistan, this vibrant state presents a unique blend of various cultures, including its own authentic and rich history. With popular destinations like Jaipur, Bikaner, Jodhpur,Udaipur and Jaisalmer in its fold,Rajasthan can be combined with golden triangle best seller tour packages. For Royal Rajasthan Tour, please check our itineraries.
Rajasthan, literally translated as the "land of kings", is the largest state in India. Along the Western border of the country, the state is the epicentre of several art forms, folk cultures and traditional rituals and customs, followed with much enthusiasm till date. This in no way suggests that the state is backward in any way. With a flourishing economy and a large share in the country's agricultural produce, Rajasthan is home to many industries, and as a result, is on a path of constant modernisation. Home to the world's oldest civilisations, the Indus Valley Civilization, Rajasthan enjoys a rich ancient, medieval and modern history of its own. The region was home to the royal Rajput families, some of them who still live in all their splendor, sometimes even as titular heads. You can also opt for Jodhpur Jaiselmer Tour Package and Hotel in Jaipur to view rich heritage and class living of the royals of India.
The havelis and mahals (palaces) are direct evidences of this history, adding to the sheer architectural glory and magnificence of the state, almost rendering the massive region as an open museum. Because of this rich heritage, the state of Rajasthan has been known for its vibrant culture and super enthusiastic lifestyle. With popular cities like Jaipur (which is its capital too), Jodhpur, Ajmer, Pushkar and Bikaner, Rajasthan is quite a hot spot on a tourist's map. From one of the world's only Brahma Temple in Pushkar to the city of a 1000 lakes, Udaipur, and further to the jungle paradise of Ranthambore and Sariska, the state literally has a little for every traveller.