ABOUT RAJASTHAN

Rajasthan, the land of kings, are globally famous for its majestic forts, elegant forts, intricately carved ancient temples, and frescoed havelis (The royal houses). Rajasthan is the land of Thar Desert (58%), surrounded by beautiful Aravalli hills Range, a land of  Forts, and a land of ancient civilization in the banks of disappeared Sarsawti river. A large gathering of tourists from all over the world visit Rajasthan and love to explore its magnificent monuments. Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Dilwara Temples, Ranakpur Temples, Chittorgarh Fort, Lake Palace, Jaisalmer Havelis, Golden Fort, Mandawa Havelis, etc. are part of architectural heritage of Rajasthan depicting rich culture and glorious history of the state.

FESTIVALS & FAIRS - Rajasthan is also known for colorful fairs & festivals. Religious and seasonal fairs & festivals are celebrated in the state are celebrated with great enthusiasm. Pushkar Fairs, Desert Fairs, Camel Fairs, Elephant Fairs, Deepawali, Holi, Gangaur, Teej, Makar Sakranti, etc. are famous fairs & festivals of the state. These fairs & festivals depict the rich culture & tradition of the state.

TRADITION & CULTURE - Rajasthan is famous for its rich culture and tradition. Its unique cultural features deserve the attention of travelers from all over the world. It has artistic and cultural tradition that depicts the ancient Indian lifestyle. Rich and varied folk culture from traditional villages is worth praising. It is often depicted representative of the state. Exquisite handicrafts, colorful fairs & festivals, colorful art forms, vibrant costumes, etc are part of Rajasthani culture. Highly cultivated classical music and dance are vital part of Rajasthani culture. Folk music and dances are worth praising. The Kalbeliya dance (Jaisalmer) and the Ghoomar dance (Udaipur) have gained worldwide appreciation.

ART & CRAFT - The state of Rajasthan is also known for its traditional and colorful art form. The tie & die textile, carved wooden furniture with stunning motifs, block print textiles, Bandhej Saris & Kurtis, zari & embroidered Saris & garments, hand knotted carpets & durries, beautiful blue pottery, exquisite Mojaris & Jutis (Traditional foot wears), etc are popular art forms of Rajasthan. Colorful costumes of Rajasthan also relate to Rajasthani culture & tradition. Ankle length skirt & a short top, also known as Ghaghra or Lehanga Choli, is popular costume of women in Rajasthan. Rajasthani people love to tie colorful Pagri (Turban) on their head. Rajasthan costumes are generally designed in bright colors like blue, red, yellow, green and orange. 

WEATHER - The land of the Rajputs, the entirety of the province of Rajasthan is resplendent in its rich and varied culture, a culture that has been influenced to a large extent by the varied topography of Rajasthan which has also influenced the Climate of Rajasthan. Nestled in the foot hills of the Aravalli Mountain Range. An important aspect regarding planning your travel to Rajasthan is its extreme weather conditions. Thus, if you are planning a holiday in Rajasthan, it is best to be prepared with some of the main points of the Rajasthan weather Information, which can help you, understand the province as well as know its attractions even better. The best time to travel Rajasthan is considered to be from October till March. Apart from these months you can travel to Rajasthan too but only if you are prepared to handle the extreme hot weather and hot waves.

During October – December is the post monsoon season and the temperature may vary from 18°C - 38°C.

During January – March is the winter season and the temperature may vary from 09°C - 25°C.

During April – June is the summer season and the temperature may vary from 37°C - 48°C.

During July – September is the monsoon season and the temperature may vary from 35°C - 40°C.

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