Tourism In Rajasthan - Tourist Attractions In Rajasthan

Rajastan basically means Raja-stan- the abode of the kings. Rajasthan is a major state of the Indian Republic. Rajasthan shares its border with Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh. It also shares its border with Pakistan. Total area covered by Rajasthan is 342239 square km.

Jaipur is the largest city of Rajasthan and also its capital. Geographical features of Rajasthan include Ghaggar River and the Thar Desert being the most prominent ones.

Indus Valley Civilization’s main province capital was Rajasthan. Traditionally, the Rajputs, Jats, Meenas, Gurjars, etc. had a huge involvement in building Rajasthan. Great difficulties were suffered by these tribes in protecting their land and culture. Gurjars were eliminated in Ajmer and Bhinmal areas, combating with invaders.

The main economy of Rajasthan is pastoral and agriculture. Barley and wheat are cultivated in majority and so are oilseeds, pulses and sugarcane. Tobacco and cotton are the cash crops of the state. Rajasthan is oilseed’s largest producer. It is also largest producer of wool. The water used for purpose of irrigation comes from tanks and well. Mining, agriculture and textiles are the main industries in the state. Polyester fiber is also produced in major in Rajasthan.

Tourist places in Rajastan

Endowed with great history and natural beauty, Rajasthan tourism industry is flourishing. Jaipur’s palaces, forts of Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner rank are most favored Indian destinations for both foreign tourists and Indian tourists! Rajasthan’s 80% of domestic product comes for tourism. Rajasthan is known for carved temples, decorated havelis and majestic forts. Dilwara temples, Jantar Mantar, Lake Palace are considered as India’s proper architectural heritage. Jaipur is popularly known as the pink city.

Rajastan: blessed with culture and tradition

Rajasthan is very rich in culture and tradition. Highly cultivated dance and classical music has its own charisma and depicts Rajasthan’s culture and tradition. The music is very simple and songs denote day-to-day chores and relationships, majority of times concentrate on fetching water from ponds or wells. This is one of the best things to experience in Rajasthan tourism.

Art and religious festivals of Rajastan

Rajasthan is famous for its colorful art. Dye prints, Bagaru prints and Zari embroidery are main Rajasthan’s products.  Rajasthan is considered as paradise for shoppers as many amazing and beautiful goods are available at low prices. The major religious festivals of Rajasthan are Diwali, holi, teej, javanti and gangaur. Desert festival of Rajasthan is celebrated with huge zest and zeal. This festival is celebrated once in a year, mainly during winter. On this occasion, people of desert sing poignant ballads of romance, tragedy and valor, and dance.

Most of the tourists who come to India visit this beautiful state. Rajasthan is also known for wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Sariska wildlife sanctuary and Ranthanbore national park are worldwide famous for their population of tigers and they are India’s best place where you can spot tigers.

Tourism in Rajasthan is improving a lot these days. Especially the rich culture, which denotes Indian tradition and adds the purity of India.

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