The slogan for this state stands true as Rajasthan is full of surprises and wonders and has always been a welcoming place for tourists all over the world. This state can always keep you astonished and on your toes when you see it’s different culture, vibrant people, and historic places. ‘Padharo Mhare Des is a slogan that states welcome to my land which is been changed to ‘Jaane kya dikh jaye’ as the new slogan for Rajasthan since 2016.
Rajasthan is a north Indian state which covers about 10.4 percent of the total geographical area of the country. The Thar desert which is the largest desert of India is in Rajasthan. From its Historical forts to palaces, one can see their history and how beautiful this place is. Hinduism is followed by a majority of people in this state. Rajasthan is known for its custom culture colors, majestic forts and palaces, folk dances and music, local festivals, food, dunes, temples, and mesmerizing havelis.
As you go to this state you will see a lot of tourists around the world visiting this place just to know its culture and beautiful places they have. With tourists, you have a lot of activities to do and a lot of places to visit as this state is huge and has a lot of cities which has a lot to offer and when in Rajasthan, you can have lots of options to see and explore different and beautiful things around the place but we will make this easy for you. You can note these things so that you can pay a visit to every place at least once you reach there, some of them would be:
Desert Camping in Jaisalmer with Camel Safari Sightseeing in Jaipur and Ranthambore
Sambar Lake camping
Camping at Mount Abu
Ajmer city tour
Trekking at Vashtanji and much more!
Activities that these places can offer you will be Hot air balloon rides, paragliding, cycling, camping, water sports, wildlife safari, ziplining, trekking, jeep safari, and camel safari. are some of the activities you can do there.
Rajasthan also known as the ‘Land of kings’ has many artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the way they live today. Therefore they attract a lot of tourists with their rich culture, monuments, and heritage.
From Jodhpur, the famous Ghoomar dance and Kalbeliya dance from Jaisalmer have gained international recognition. Folk music has played a vital part in Rajasthani culture. Bhopa, Chang, Teratali, Ghindar, Kachchi Ghori, Tejaji, etc. are some examples of the traditional Rajasthani culture. Folk songs are commonly ballads that relate heroic deeds, love stories, and some devotional songs known as bhajans and banis are also sung.
Travelling can be fun to Rajasthan and it’s connected to various parts of India and where you can travel to Rajasthan by roadways, railways, and Airways too. The journey will be fun as you get a lot of beautiful roads with scenic beauty which are worth taking a photograph. Let us help you how to travel to Rajasthan from Delhi:
The distance between Delhi-Rajasthan is about 400 km and takes 8 hours to drive. You can either take a private cab or your car or even a bus service.
There are several stations in Rajasthan that you can travel to via Delhi. You can choose according to your schedule and which place you would like to visit first. According to your itinerary you have prepared and traveled as per your convenience.
The most convenient form of travel is by Air. As it merely takes an Hour to reach here from Delhi and can take Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner. And from these airports, you can take a cab to reach your fav destination.
So plan your travel accordingly and make sure to visit every place in Rajasthan and it sure you will have the most enjoyable time here. Their culture, traditions, places, forts, and palaces that will offer you will make sure you leave with fond memories.