Rajasthan is one of the best known tourist destination in India
endorsing exotic cities and endearing monuments. Nobody leaves here without
priceless memories and a bundle of souvenirs. The enthralling nature of this
land is sure to leave you spell bound. Rajasthan is the largest state of
India spanning over an area of 3.42 lac sq. kms. Rajasthan also boasts of
being the only desert of the sub continent, namely the Great Indian Desert
in combination with the Aravali mountain range. The development in all the
aspects of life of the people of Rajasthan has not faded the charisma, color
and charm a bit.
Languages spoken :
Hindi, Rajasthani, Marwari
Best Time to visit :
Mid-October to mid-March
Rajasthan is located 259 km from Delhi, 405 km from Udaipur, 336 km from
Jodhpur, 657 km from Ahmedabad.
Fly Away :
Rajasthan is directly linked to Delhi, Kota, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Aurangabad,
Mumbai and Ahmedabad of Indian Airlines and Jet Airways. The major
international airport is at Jaipur-Sangner airport connecting to Dubai and
some places in UK.
On Tracks :
Connected from Delhi by A/c Shatabdi Express. Other connections are from
Ahmedabad, Secunderabad, Agra, Lucknow, Mumbai, Calcutta.
On Wheels :
Rajasthan roadways run excellent regular service of A/c and Deluxe coaches
Things to explore in Rajasthan
The cities of Rajasthan are worth exploring! They endorse many enchanting
monuments that speaks of the legendary past that they had. Each city has
some thing or the other every kind of traveler.
Rajasthan is a haven for a wide spectrum of wildlife. The topography of
Rajasthan ranges from the barren desert, Scrub-thorn arid desert and ravines
to wetland and lush, green forest. Few of the well known wildlife Sanctuary
are Ranthambore National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve and Bharatpur wildlife
Forts and Palaces
As a traveler you will find many majestic killas (forts) and mahals
(palaces) - all with their own unique stamp of individuality. The prominent
forts include those in Jodhpur (Mehrangarh), Jaisalmer, Chittaurgarh,
Kumbhalgarh Bundi and Jaipur (Amber and Jaigarh).