No amount of adjectives put together will precisely define the beauty called Rajasthan. Famous for its impenetrable ancient hill forts, towering over bustling cities and expansive landscapes. Located in the northwestern part of India, Rajasthan is a geographically diverse region that can captivate every moment. See colour runs riot in the land of the Kings, battle-scarred forts, and places of grandeur steeped in spirituality and history. A journey to this extraordinary place is on every traveller’s wish list. But it needs to be planned with consideration and imagination.
Rajasthan also has Six UNESCO World Heritage Site designations — Chittorgarh; Kumbhalgarh; Sawai Madhopur; Jhalawar; Jaipur; and Jaisalmer — and it’s not hard to see why. Each and every one of them has something new and awe-inspiring to offer. it is assumed that Rajasthan is only popular for forts and palaces. Though there are extravagant forts, palaces, and museums spread throughout the state, this is not the limitation of the beauty of Rajasthan. Every structure narrates its own story, every tradition portrays the strength of customs and societies. Rajasthan truly illustrates the composite essence of India and its festivity of life itself. Walk through the archaic alleyways; treat your senses with its renowned art forms. Influenced by the arid region of Rajasthan, extreme climatic conditions and limited availability of water and vegetation, the Rajasthani Cuisine has evolved out of the unique cooking style and lifestyle of its natives. From the very popular; Dal Bati Churma to the popular street snack; Mirchi ke pakore, from the generous use of spice and ghee to the prominent use of the variety of lentils and legumes, Rajasthani food is an absolute culinary delight. An indispensable part of the culture of Rajasthan is handicraft skills, shopping for which is an experience to have. The state is famous for its jewellery pieces and is one of the largest centres for hand-cut gems in the world. Gold and silver jewellery are particularly famous, along with Kundan and Meenakari styles of ornaments. The gold work on glass, called Thewa is also rather a famous item to purchase in Rajasthan.