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10 Reasons to Visit the Land of Rajputs, the Royal State of Rajasthan This 2020!

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The magic and charm of Rajasthan lies in its sand dunes, its colors in its folk songs and its history in its palaces and forts. Situated in northwest India, Rajasthan, or the Land of Kings, is the biggest state in India that packs a conglomerate of cultural and historical treasures, which lends itself to those ones of a kind experience. The state is the ideal amalgamation of India’s glory and magnificence dating back to a few centuries.

Wherever you go, brightly colored turbaned men welcome you with folded arms – a traditional greeting implying “Namaste.” Some parts of the state look lost in time, while some capture the glitz and glamor of the modern-day life with flawlessness.

There are several reasons to visit Rajasthan with your family. From grand royal residences to antiquated temples, mouth-watering delights to desert sand dunes – Rajasthan has everything. Just camping on the smooth sand dunes under the sparkling skies, or meandering among the remnants of a colossal fortress, each experience has its very own uniqueness. The delights of looking for a traditional “jooti” or diving your teeth into “dal-baati” are as varied as they are fascinating.

With so much to experience, here are 10 reasons why you should visit Rajasthan in 2020!

Grandeur of Forts and Palaces

Rajasthan is home to the most extreme number of palaces and forts in India. The epic forts and magnificent castles spread around the state are declarations to its glorious heritage, and sparkle light on its royal past. Along with the forts, the architectural magnificence of these structures is just enchanting. One could explore the corridors of the hundred feet Mehangarh Fort in Jodhpur, marvel at the fantastic beauty of the Amer Fort and visit the City Palace in Jaipur – the biggest in the state. One could also just admire and appreciate the intricate details in the “jharokas” of Patwon ki Haveli in Jaisalmer.

The Exceptional Offering of Art, Culture and Folklore

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Rajasthan’s love for art and culture originates from the antiquated age when Kings used to run the show. In spite of the fact that art and culture are prominent in a lot of Indian cities, Rajasthan singles itself out with its astounding contrast of colors, materials, and texture. Interestingly, Rajasthani folk culture treasures male jewelry as much as the female jewelry – in striking contrast to the rest of the nation. Puppetry is viewed as one of the most significant forms of art in Rajasthan and puppetry craftsmen entrance crowds with their excellent story-telling and mastery. Even in the furthest regions of the desert, you can find brightly lit shops selling bangles, folklore and local textiles of the richest color combinations.

The vibrant and colorful festivals and fairs

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Rajasthan is known for its brilliantly colorful celebrations and fairs held consistently throughout the year. It seems like every month, this illustrious land is enjoying dance, music, heritage, adventure or cultural festival. When in Rajasthan, your trip will undoubtedly match with one of its festival or fairs – be it the Teej Festival (Jaipur) in August, the Rajasthan International Folk Festival (Jodhpur) in October, the enticing Pushkar Fair (Pushkar) in November, the Magnetic Fields Festival (Shekhawati) in December, the Elephant Fair (Jaipur) in March, the Desert Festival (Jaisalmer) in February or the beautiful International Kite Festival (Jaipur and Jodhpur) in January. These celebrations could be an energizing and entertaining centerpiece to your royal vacation.

The warm-hearted people

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Though each Indian state people visit is going to have their fair share of amiable locals, there is something in particular about Rajasthanis that make wandering into this desert land surely not so much scary but rather more fun. Rajasthan’s people are traditionally amiable and down to earth and the popular adage, ‘Atithi Devo Bhava‘ (Guest is God) is their culture’s ethos. If you want to learn about their way of life, customs or art, you will find a warm and welcoming home in Rajasthan.

Its Food is a Gastronomic Delight

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Rajasthani food is well known for its assortment of vegetarian dishes, all rich with ghee and flavors. The food is an astonishing blend of vegetables, buttermilk, and regular custom-made flavors. In addition, Rajasthani delights are regularly referred to as the results of the ‘royal kitchen’ because of their customary method for serving visitors. From classics like dal bati churma or gatte ki sabzi there is something for everybody. Despite the fact that maybe less notable, Rajasthan additionally has numerous meat curries, for example, laal maas and safed maas.

Royal Heritage Hotels

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Rajasthan is home to a few heritage hotels that allows one to encounter the regal way of life in a firt-hand manner, other than getting to know the august customs and culture of this state. The old posts and royal residences changed over into a heritage hotel,  still flourishes in an old royal air. These lodgings still hold the regal stylistic theme and fantastic solace, which are regular among the royals. One such heritage hotel is the Rambagh Palace, Jaipur, which is otherwise called the “Jewel of Jaipur.” Carved of brilliant yellow sandstone and wearing lavishness, Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur conveys a fascinating encounter. Some different renowned legacy lodgings are Fort Rajwada in Jaisalmer, Shiv Niwas Palace in Udaipur and Khimsar Fort, Khimsar.

Stay For The Wildlife

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Rajasthan’s nature is as diverse and different as its culture. You can discover many charming forest regions, which are converted over into natural life parks. Safaris and walking visits in these parks are well known among nature lovers and photographers. Top national parks in the state are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh National Park and others. It is ideal to visit during the winter season to appreciate the most out of these national parks.

Truly Unique Experiences

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The assorted and diverse landscapes of Rajasthan offer an interminable choice of energizing and exciting encounters. From the camel safaris at Jaisalmer to hot-air ballooning in Pushkar, trekking Alwar and Mount Abu, there are numerous activities to be found in the royal land. The land also offers less adrenaline-filled experiences like many tribal folk dances, the Bhavai with its pitchers, the Kathputli with its puppets, and the famous Ghoomar. After all, unique experiences are the ones that make your vacation more memorable.

Crazy Shopping Experience

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The land is rich with cultural components and in this way, the handicraft section is loaded up with exceptional articles. Because of its cultural structure, Rajasthan is all around celebrated for shopping purposes. Be it jewelry, pottery, leather items, paintings, textiles, stone items, wooden furniture or sarees, the magnificent artistry & workmanship are simply irresistible. The guilty pleasure of workmanship in each little bit of work, fills the market with bright and dynamic gifts at show. When you take home a souvenir, you not only take it as a reminder of the place but you also take a piece of art with you.

Are you the one who is still waiting for point number 10 to urge you to visit Rajasthan? Certain things are preferred experienced over described by another person. Now go plan your trip to Rajasthan with Jetsave India, because if this doesn’t encourage you to visit the place, I’m afraid nothing will.

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