Diversity in India never ceases to amaze people from around the world. While we appreciate every bit of it, it is our past that makes our nation what we are today. One of the best states to boast about history and heritage is none other than Rajasthan. The hustling city seemingly stuck in time never fails to amaze the travelers who stumble upon or bring themselves here.
Rajasthan, often known as the "Land of Maharajas," is India's biggest state, having an area of around 342,239 square kilometers. It is divided into 33 districts, including Jaipur as its major city and capital. Because it is located on the western edge of the nation, it shares borders with Pakistan to the northwest and Sindh to the west. Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana border it to the north, while Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat border it to the south.
The state's greatness is preserved through its spectacular palaces, forts, and monuments. This princely state's lively culture and rich legacy attract a large number of tourists from throughout the world. One of Rajasthan's only hill stations, Mount Abu, the ruins of the Indus Valley Civilization, the Aravalli Mountain Range, the oldest mountain range, the Keoladeo National Park (previously known as Bharatpur National Park), the Ranthambore National Park, and the Sariska Tiger Reserve are just a few of its top attractions.
The largest fort in Asia, Chittorgarh, is one of its major architectural wonders. Mehrangarh Fort is located in Jodhpur. Jaipur, also known as "The Pink City," is home to a number of well-known tourist attractions, including the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Lake Palace, City Palace, Amber Palace, Jantar Mantar, Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur, Jaisalmer Fort in Jaisalmer, and many endless destinations emerge in one of the greatest states in the world.
The merge of wildlife, nature, heritage, art, culture and cuisine is absolutely unique to this place reflecting in every corner you turn your eyes to. Delve into sands of golden sheen to monuments standing the test of time; welcome your heart to the land of royalty, Rajasthan.