Welcome to Rajasthan
Rajasthan is the Land of Rajas & Maharajas, in India is a delight of all kinds of tourists. Its grandeur and whimsical charm of the impregnable forts and palaces, breathtaking lakes, exotic wildlife, simmering golden deserts, the fascinating culture that depicts the sense of valor, pride and honor all combine together to give Rajasthan tourism a prominent place in the world tourism map. Rajasthan is situated in the North Western part of India divided into the hilly and the rugged south eastern region with barren north-western Thar Desert, which extends across the border into Pakistan. The state has wealth of attractions and colorful cities such as Jaipur lovingly called Pink City of India, Jaisalmer the Golden City of India, Udaipur the city of Lakes and Chittourgarh where the medieval zeal of honor or the chivalrous Rajputs is till date well preserved by its grandeur forts and places much better then a history book. Rajasthan tourism teems with varied attractions and dazzle onlookers with its diverse flora and fauna conserved in some important wildlife reserves like Ranthambore, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary and Sariska. It’s the magical grandeur of tourism in Rajasthan that draws thousands and hundreds of visitors with its enigmatic splendor and vibrant presence. So come to Rajasthan the incredible part of India tourism and explore its royal attractions and take home priceless memories to cherish for lifetime. We welcome you to Rajasthan the Land of Wonders
Rajasthan life style look like in mostly in villages, The village females used to wear silver jewelry and ornaments on almost every part of the body to look beautiful and attractive. In fact I was quite fascinated by the turban, head dress of Rajasthani people. Surprisingly, they follow a differential pattern according to the geographical region.
Craftsmanship in entertainment :
Dance, drama and puppet shows are all avenues for the creativity of the race. The costumes and accessories of the performers are showpieces along with the show that is being performed. In one dance, the Kacchi Ghodi, men in elaborate costumes ride beautifully decorated dummy horses. In another form of entertainment called the Pabuji ki Phad, a phad or scroll artistically highlights the life and heroic deeds of a 14th century folk hero, Pabuji.