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Rajasthan At A Glance
 
Rajasthan, the state which magnificently rests on the Northern part of India is full of colours. From the sand dunes,wooden hills,amazing lake palaces guarded by rugged forts, men and women in turbans and skirts of vivid colours, quite villages with camels and elephants and the bustling towns with the palace hotels, the harsh sunlight, the cool evening breeze are all to be found in abundance. There is always a spectacular happening in the much talked about state, Tourists and visitor may hit upon a local, cattle fair or discover a breath taking view of the land scape.

Its is a land of surprises, as the mood swings with the change of the seasons. It is a place abounded by amazing natural beauty and boast of a rich heritage from its land scape to the grand palaces and the tranquil country side. Peoples looking for adventure and action packed holidays in the lovely state has a lot to explore with endless opportunities from camel safaris, horse riding and trekking as well as make the stay comfortable in one of the magnificent palace hotels that reminds the glorious past in complete royalty.

Not to forget to mention, the peoples of this region are warm and friendly. Whether visitors are in the big cities or in the quaint towns or the villages, the peoples are always at their help. Accommodation in this mysterious state is not at all a problem. Travellers can put for the night at the grand palace hotels or push in at a heritage hotel in the country side. Available also are rest houses, tents, village huts, only the choice has to be taken at will.

As for as the handicrafts available there are concerned, it is one of the richest states in the country. Rajasthani craftsman's create the most opulent and the riches of treasures of stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver, gold and textiles are given brilliant shapes and forms. There are available lots of shops ranging from the superb ones to the modest priced shops. The villages have their own craftsmen by the name of mobulla, patronised by the local people .

Sightseeing of the state includes the tour of the majestic Amer palace, the old capital of Jaipur which is a fascinating blend of the Mughal and the Rajputana architecture. Diwan-i-aam, Ganesh pol, Sheesh mahal, Sukh Niwas, Jai Mandir, Man Singh Palaces and Shila Devi temples are some of the major tourist places to visit. On the return journey one can always stop at the Jagat shiromani temple, Narsingh temple, the Kanak Vrindavan temple complex and the Jat mahal palace.

The old walled city of Jaipur, the capital of the state takes back the onlookers to a history of 272 years. The wide streets,huge havelis, lined shops coupled with the businessmen, artisans and courtiers all brings the life of the past days back in to business.

The festivals of Rajasthan are to be seen when ever they are celebrated as the folks surrender themselves completely to the fanfare. Some of the most important festivals of the region are the Desert festival of Jaisalmer, Puskar Fair, Gangaur, Elephant festival, Marvar Festival, Camel Festival and the Mewar Festival held in Udaipur. The dancing, singing, devotional music and the other community activities can completely enthral the visitors to the land.

When it comes to food and drink, local specialities includes the gatte ki sabzi, papad ki sabzi, mangori,alu methi, and ker sangri. Avariety of dal is also available. There are made various types of rotis or chapatis from the bajra ki roti,makki ki roti, channa ki roti and cheera. The delicacies with the cup includes the tea, flavoured milk and the tasty lassi.
 
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