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Rajasthan Tourism
Welcome to Rajasthan; a unique land that surprises you with new wonders across its stretching miles. It is a land that is packed with history, arts and culture. It is a fantastic land with a great history; a history of abundance, opulence and richness, which is still amply visible in the remnants of the old palaces, Havelis, Forts, and other historical structures.

It is a land of people, who are brave and forthright. People with nomadic lifestyles and a freeness that is only visible in this special land. Everything about this place is truly mystical, enchanting, impressive and fascinating.

Rajasthan state is spread over a total area of over 343000 sq. km, which is divided into 2 parts by the impressive Aravali's range spread in the length of more than 700 Kilometers. This range thus divides the state into two regions with entirely different geographical features. Water levels here are very low and have been so for many centuries.


Foundation of Rajasthan

History of Rajasthan
Rajasthan was settled long earlier than 2500 BC and the Indus Valley Civilization had its establishment here in north Rajasthan itself. The Bhils and the Mina tribes were the initial inhabitants of this region. Around 1400 BC, the Aryans paid a trip here and stayed back eternally in the region. The home inhabitants were pressed down south and towards the east. Afghans, Turks, Persians and Mughals came after, mixing their blood with the existing original population. This amalgamation gave the aggressive ancestry to the Rajputs.

Climate in Rajasthan
The weather in Rajasthan is by and large warm and arid. However, the typical weather of Rajasthan can be separated into 4 periods, summers, winters, monsoon & post-monsoon. The hottest season of Rajasthan, summer, extends from April to June. The temperature in this season ranges from 32° C to 45° C. The only place in Rajasthan that is a little cool in summers is the hill station, Mt Abu. However, the nights in Rajasthan are pretty cool, with the night temperature falling considerably. Extending from December to March is the winter season. The coldest month of the season is January. The temperature ranges from 10° C to 27° C. However, there may be considerable difference in the maximum and minimum temperatures. During the period of July to September, lies the monsoon. The temperature ranges from 35° C to 40° C. The state receives approximately 90% of its annual rainfall in this season only. It is the most humid season in Rajasthan. From October to November is the post monsoon season. The average maximum temperature ranges between 33° C to 38° C, and the minimum is between 18° C and 20° C.
Places in Rajasthan
The capital of the state of Rajasthan, this beautiful City is actually printed in pink color everywhere. A city that is also known for the famous Hawa Mahal, this place was also a strong bastion of some great rulers, whose hill forts and series of palaces made in the city, make for an important destination among the visitors.

Places to see in Jaipur…

Amber Fort: This magnificent structure housed the ancient capital of the State.
Sheesh Mahal: It is the Hall of Victory glittering with mirrors.
Maharaja's City Palace: Experience the past opulence of this city in this palace.
The Observatory: This observatory was designed to calculate the movement of planets in the solar system.
Ram Niwas Gardens: A beautifully designed lush garden is a must visit.
Hawa Mahal: The palace on winds is the most prominent building of the city.

The second largest city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is very famous for its havelis. Guarded on its west by the Meharangarh Fort, and on the east by the stately Umaid Bhawan; Jodhpur is actually a place that will remind you of the glorious past associated with Rajwarahs.
This is that city of Rajasthan which presents the most enchanting picture of the deserts in front of your eyes. According to an old legend, Rawal Jaisal laid the foundation of the city in 1156 AD after consulting a local hermit by the name of Eesul. Tricuta was the hill chosen and Jaisal abandoned his old fort at Lodurva to establish this new capital.
Udaipur is the most romantic destination in the entire Rajasthan. Enhanced by the presence of a Lake by the name Pichola, this place has a picture perfect setting for spending endless evenings of bliss in the arms of your beloved.
Bikaner is a desert city built on an elevated area of Land and resembles a fortress with its high wall surroundings and 5 huge iron gates serving as the entry and exit points to the city. The best time to visit this pace is preferably between October to March, when the winters are in swing and the heat of the desert is not that hostile.
This holy city is renowned for the dargaah of the Sufi Saint and preacher Khwaja Mohinuddin Chisti. Situated on the foot of a hill this place is thronged by devotees of all caste, creed and religion during the Urs period which is on the 10th of July this year.
Mount Abu…
Located at a hill at the height of 1219 meters from sea level, this picturesque place is famous for its beautifully crafted marble temples. It is a sheer contrast to the other destinations of Rajasthan which are mostly on desert lands.
This city is more known for its Bird Sanctuary which attracts migratory birds from far ends of the world for the delight of the on-lookers who come to visit the reserve.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur Government Museum, Bharatpur Palace, Lohagarh Fort and Deeg Palace are worth watching places in the area.
This beautiful place in Rajasthan is famous for its sprawling tiger reserve and the famous Project Tiger being run here for the conservation of Tigers and creating awareness among people the people about it. Nestled at the foot of Arawali Hills, this place is perfect for quiet excursions with friends over a weekend.
Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranthambhore Fort, Ganesh Temple, Jogi Mahal, Ranthambhore School of Art.
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