Rightly called the Land of Maharajas, Rajasthan is famous for its palaces and forts, all narrating the tale of its mighty rulers.
The North-western state of India is geographically diversified as a desert fringed by the Aravalli hills, one of the oldest mountains of the world.
Prime places of tourist interest are Ajmer, Jaipur, Udaipur, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary and Pushkar. Mount Abu, nestled atop the Aravalli ranges, is the only hill station of the state.
The royal architecture, art and craft, festivals and fairs, folk dance and music and the palatable Rajasthani cuisine, all add to the state’s culture, mystique and hospitality – the reasons it’s celebrated for!