Why Is Rajasthan Famous In Tourism?
Revered as the land of the kings, or Rajputana, Rajasthan is one of the largest states of India.
With a unique blend of cultural treasures and historical wonders, this royal state is more than bright dupattas, folk tunes and camel safari on the sand dunes.
Standing the test of time, the colossal forts are something that defines Rajasthan. Hundreds of years ago when these forts were built, these were the dwelling places of the royal people and their statesman. However, much later today, cities have developed around them that rightly glorify the unique mix of architecture and design.
Exploring the royal forts and palaces
Apart from the golden desert sand, the state is one of the most colorful destinations in India. Jaipur- the pink city, Jodhpur – blue city, Udaipur’s white marble and Jaisalmer with the golden fort is something that every shutterbug would love to explore with Rajasthan tour packages.
While you head towards this princely state, one of the best experiences would be staying in the opulent heritage resorts and hotels. Indulge in the regal comforts of the Maharanis and Maharajas and you will take back the eminence of the princely culture of Rajasthan! Overlooking the lake in Udaipur, Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, or Rambagh Palace in Jaipur is some of the splendid options every traveler must try at least once in their lifetime!
Richness of folklore
Going beyond the forts and palaces in Rajasthan with Rajasthan tourism, it has an abundance of textures, colors, and materials. Brightly lit shops selling local textiles, handmade artifacts, bangles, spices and more is a delight to watch out for in the local bazaars
Legend has it that Rajasthani art and culture dates back to the time of the kings who ruled ‘Baroli’ and ‘Hatodi’ regions. You can cherish the folk culture, starting from the jewelry to the puppetry and recon who different they are from the rest of the country. Kathputli, the native craft of the state is something you must take back home as a souvenir.
If you ignore the arid climate, you can enjoy one of the richest Indian cuisines in Rajasthan. Mostly made from the natural homemade spices, the gastronomic experience will be nothing less than a royal treat. The ecstasy about the food will always be one of the finest memories to take back from the Rajasthan tour. Mawakachori, gattekisabzi, aalmaas, Mirchibada, Kesarkheer, kersangri, and definitely ghewar are some of the things to look out for!
Rich tradition and culture of the state has a lot to contribute when it comes to festivals. Reflecting the colorful insight of the state, you can find a different glamour to the state when visiting during the International Kite Festival, the Teej Festival, the Elephant Fair, the Pushkar Fair, the Desert Festival, Rajasthan International Folk Festival or the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Every state has something special offer for Rajasthan Holiday Packages, with all its royalty and splendor, holds a special attraction for tourists all across the country and beyond.