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An indivisible part of the culture of Rajasthan is the handicraft skills. This largest state of India is also a rich source of handicraft and handloom that includes, Jewellery - silver, kundan and meenakari; Textile, Handmade Paper, Precious and Semi-Precious Stones -gemstone, Paintings, Leather Craft, Marble Handicrafts, hand crafted items - wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver and gold.

Top Travel Destinations in Rajasthan

Eat, love and pray in Rajasthan. There is a charm and aroma of romance in this land which attract large number of tourists from all around the world. Rajasthan is blessed with victory forts, magnificent palaces, sun-kissed deserts, looming towers, natural wildlife centuries, fabulous art, ancient mosaics, educational centres, ancient sites which will keep you hooked for hours. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is a part of “golden triangle” which makes it a must visit destination for all travellers.

Name it and you will get it in Rajasthan. If tourists want to invade history, then they can witness the grand fort, palaces and ominous towers of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Alwar, Chittorgarh, etc. One can enjoy a bumpy desert safari in Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, etc. If the traveller is a wildlife enthusiast, then he/she can discover multiple varieties of flora, and various wild life species at Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Tiger Reserve. Rajasthan also houses one of the best bird sanctuaries in world, Bharatpur. If travellers are looking for some miniatures and beautiful statues, then they should shop in Jaipur. The various markets in Jaipur offer many varieties of handicrafts, textiles, paintings, pottery, jewellery, miniatures, sculpture, traditional dolls and many other things of interest to the tourist. Rajasthan houses some of the best religious sites in Pushkar, Ajmer, Chittorgarh, and Ranakpur. Tourist can also indulge in countless boat rides in Udaipur which is also considered as “Venice of East”.

Amidst this huge desert state is a small and the only hill station of Rajasthan, Mount Abu. Rajasthan is a land of fun and fairs, and festivals celebrated here are something which once should never miss. Right from worshiping lords to horse, people here have all reasons to celebrate. One can enjoy interesting activities at Camel festival in Pushkar, dessert festival in Ajmer, elephant festival in Jaipur, etc.

Even the city of Kota, renowned as the education hub of India, is a part of this grand land. Travellers can explore rural Rajasthan by visiting various villages like Khairwa, Bundi and Samode. One can also witness the rich cultural heritage of the villagers by enjoying Bishnoi Village Safari. Other then all these things, Rajasthan houses some of the most unique museums, huge mansions, stepwell reservoirs, caves, adventure desert tours, etc. There are numberless things which one can explore in Rajasthan.

Considered as the most colourful land in India, Rajasthan houses Pink City: Jaipur, blue city: Jodhpur, golden city: Jaisalmer & white city: Udaipur. The different cities of Rajasthan depict the culture and character of India. Showcasing the legacy of the Rajputs at its best, these cities have captured the romance and splendour of royal era. Don’t wait any longer, and get ready to get soaked in the sounds and sights of these cities.