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About Rajasthan

About RajasthanIt is the city of Rajputs who ruled Rajasthan from one thousand years, even today they regarded as a very high respect. Rajasthan stands for valour and courage but one of Rajputs basic fallacies is that they have never been united while facing the foreign invaders. The word Rajput means son of kings. It has an area of 342274sq. km.Rahasthan had a princely states and each state was ruled by Rajputana which they called Maharaja.

In the 18th century, Rajasthan, earlier called Rajputana, become more and more independant. Rajasthan is independant kingdoms created a rich architectural and cultural heritage. Rajasthan always remain a source of inspiration for ever consecrated by the heroes blood.

Rajasthan is the land of romance and chivalry. It is rich in history, culture and natural beauty. The beauty of teeming with colour, friendliness and joy which is unique part of the country. Rajasthan fascinates,with golden stretches of sand, palaces, magnificient forts and marvelous havelis. Each has a architectural creation.

It gladden our eyes to watch the beautifully laid out gardens and lakes on the hilly ranges. Rajasthan and its cities is still having their timeless traditions in their rich art and crafts, vibrant people wearing jewelleries and costumes, colourful bazaars and a bright smile. Rajasthan is also famous for its traditional modes of transport i.e, elephants, oxen, and camels.

The journey through Rajasthan provides you an opportunity to experience the beauty and splendor of the desert state of India. Once ruled by embattled Maharajahs, whose fortresses are scattered over the region. Filled with ornate frescoes, magnificent Mughal courts, they are a testament to the power of their dynasties. Staying in palaces, castles and merchants havelies, all of which will leave a desire to return to this beautiful and diverse country.

The journey to Rajasthan is a fascinating one, travelling mainly a mixture of beautiful countryside and fascinating bustling small towns; you must know it well of course.So very, very much to see and experience. As you move onwards from Delhi , the scenery subtly changes from barren aravali hills to slightly more desert mountainous countryside beyond Jaipur. Again you get the feel of real India rather than just a tourist hotel here in Rajasthan , a very good choice. The journey through Rajasthan desert is an incredible roads from one city to another.

Rajasthan has been flourishing as one of the significant tourism state on the map of India. Rajasthan has endowed with great heritage sites and a majestic fort and palaces Rajasthan has a great history of Maharajas & Maharanas .Their many old fort and palaces have been serving tourists from all over the world since they have been converted into heritage hotels. Most preferred tourism attractions in Rajasthan are fort and palaces of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer not only for Indian but also a large number of foreign tourists.Rajasthan is also endowed with a great natural beauty also like Lakes in Udaipur, desert of Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

Rajasthan is culturally very rich as it organises numerous colourful fair and festivals including some cattle and camel fastival also for example Pushkar festival, Nagaur festival. You can also get to see some of the fine intricately carved and decorated part of fort and palace inhouses decorated havelis which were built by Rajput King in old times.Particularly the havelis of Jaisalmer are the soul of architectural heritage of Rajasthan Tourism.

Geography of Rajasthan:
Geographically, Rajasthan can be divided into three broad categories –One forming part of the great Thar desert, the second its ancient Aravalli tract, and the third its fertile plains. The third of the geographical regions consists of the fertile plains that respond well to agriculture, though the semi-arid ecology keeps them bound to non-agriculture practices of cattle raising and dairy produce. All three regions make up the state’s ecological environment of arid and semi –arid zones.
Society of Rajasthan:
Rajasthan provides Social realities of the region. The desert community had its base in a pastoral economy, yet agriculture took a back seat to the raising and rearing of cows, bullocks, sheep, goat , camels and horses. This entailed moving with the herds in order to find fresh grazing pastures and for breeding and selling at various fairs. This pattern created its own compulsions and resulted in inspirational.
Tribes of Rajasthan:
The hilly tracts of the Aravallis are inhabited by tribal groups such as Bhils,Minas and Garasias who have been dependent on the forest and its produce. Though , agriculture is not a major economic activity for them and tribal life helped enrich their culture through institutionalized group disciplines. A close-knit social organization used to be their basic unit of survival and all aesthetic and performing skills were directed towards achieving this homogeneity and identity. Their dances and songs are performed by large group of men and women. Their religio-social practices gave birth to the cult of ancestral gods and mother goddesses. All of their aesthetic life moved around these faith.
Villages of Rajasthan:
Village communities provide the basis for all social life. Village are small communities that can be called geographical area, from a few dozen to hundreds of families live in residential clusters surrounded by agricultural and pasture land. Such settlements take their names from those of important deities or of a founder or his ancestor, or even on the basis of the area’s geographical or social characteristics.
Rajasthan has over 35,000 villages. Villages can be spotted from highways to which they are usually connected by narrow roads. From the distance, old large trees can be seen. Villages are often located near village ponds that provide the source of water for cattle, for their residents bathing and sometimes for irrigation. Such villages are usually pastoral communities and the presence of the village is heralded by the presence, on its outskirts, of cows, buffaloes, sheep, goats, camels and other domestic animals.

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