Rajasthan Holiday Packages

  • Duration: 2N/3D
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Taxi included
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Rooms)
  • Best traveling experience
  • Jaipur’s Famous Destinations
  • Fully Sanitized Car & Rooms 
  • Duration: 2N/3D
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Taxi Included
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Rooms)
  • Best traveling experience
  • Jaisalmer’s Famous Destinations
  • Fully Sanitized Car & Rooms 
  • Duration: 1N/2D
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Taxi Include
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Rooms)
  • Best traveling experience
  • Pushkar-Ajmer’s Famous Destinations
  • Fully Sanitized Car & Rooms 
  • Duration: 1N/2D
  • Meals Included (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Taxi Include
  • Accommodation (Neat and Clean Ac Rooms)
  • Best traveling experience
  • Jodhpur’s Famous Destinations
  • Fully Sanitized Car & Rooms 

The Story of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a state located in the northwestern part of India. The Pink City of India, the land of kings, the City of Lakes or Venice of the East White City, and Tiger Reserve are all located in this state. Maharaja Jawahar Singh is the founder of the modern Rajasthan state. Jawahar Singh is the son of the great emperor Uparachira Vasu. History says that Hammer Singh was this state’s first ruler (1326-1364). In ancient times, Hanumangarh city was the capital of the Indus valley civilization. Ancient civilization left great agricultural fields that were ever founded around Asia. At this time, Rajasthan is known for its historical hill forts & palaces. Travellers say this is the best state to visit for castles and other architectural monuments.

Registan, Jaisalmer

Rulers Who Ruled Rajasthan

The Great King Maharana Pratap

This northwestern state of India has 5000 years of a long history in the book. From the Matsya kingdom to Rajputana, Rajasthan is ruled by many emperors. History says Rajasthan is mostly ruled by Rajput empires like Pratihars, Chauhans, Guhilot, Rathores of Marwar, and others. In the mid-8th to 11th century, this state was ruled by the Pratihar Empire. They were the first kingdom to protect the state from Arab invaders. Later this state was saved from Moghuls by Guhilot and chittor kingdoms. That was when the great leader Maharana Pratap stood and became the symbol of the Rajput kingdom. Rana Sanga and Prithviraj Chauhan also played a significant role in protecting the region from Maghull.

Capital City Jaipur

Rajasthan’s capital city is Jaipur, also known as the pink city of India. This city is located in the east-central part of the state. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II is the founder of this famous city (1727 AD). Spacious gardens and historical monuments make the city famous worldwide. Magnificent forts, palaces, and blushed pink houses are the specialities in this town. Jaipur is a place where most Rajputana live. That’s why it is named the city of the palace. Dūlaha Rāya was the first ruler of this town (1128). And the last Rajputana is Man Singh II (1922-1949).

Hawa Mahal. Jaipur

Language

Rajasthan Languages

Rajasthan is a state where mainly Indo-Aryan languages are spoken. Haryana, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh also follow similar accents. Panjabi and Sindh are the widely spoken languages in this state but most of the people speak the Marwari language in their day-to-day life. Approximately 5-8 million people communicate through this language. However, the official language is Hindi in the state.

Beliefs & Culture

Rajasthan is a state where different religions People live together: Hindu, Muslim, and Jain. Ghoomar and the Kalbeliya are world-famous dances that originated from jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Folk music is also a vital cultural part of the Rajasthan state. Besides, you can watch many traditional dances like Bhopa, Chang, Teratali, Ghindar, Kachchi Ghori, Tejaji, etc. This state is also famous for textile garments and handicraft items. Undoubtedly, the state is ruled by many influential and wealthy Rajputs and Marathas. As a result, the state has a diverse culture today. Rajasthanis mainly wear dhotis, kurtas, and safa. While women wear ghagra and Kanchi (top). Still, the dresses are changed in different cities and cultures.

Folk Dance

Famous Markets in Rajasthan

Blue Pottery Jaipur

Rajasthan is the hub of jewellery and handicraft items. Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur have the biggest market for these items. Travellers should visit the markets in these cities. Besides, different garments, paintings, poetry, fabric and metal works are famous in Rajasthan markets. For example, Rajasthan’s Bhilwara city is known as the city of garments. On the other hand, Rajasthan’s biggest painting market is established in the city of lakes (Udaipur). Spices are also famous in the state of Rajasthan. Jaipur has a famous spice market in the state. For fabric work, travellers should visit Bikaner, Sikar and Jhunjhunu.

Population

78.23 Millions is the current population of Rajasthan state. The growth rate of this state is 14% per year. However, this is the statistic that is collected through aadhar status. In previous years the population was 81 million in 2020. Ethno-linguistic group netizens are more populated in the state. This state has a variety of people from different cultures and religions. While the most common are Rajputs, around 10% of the total population. Besides, there are Jats with 11.52%, Meenas with 5%, Brahman (7.5%) and others.

Population

Rules and Regulation

Rajasthan on Indian map

This state is regulated by The Rajasthan Armed Constabulary Act, of 1950. Rajasthan Police Service has ruled the state since 1954. However, the police force of Rajasthan is mainly regulated by two powerful parties: Bhartiya Janta and the national congress. Total of 1270 Bare Acts are involved in regulating the state.

Famous Foods of Rajasthan

Gatte ki sabzi is the most famous Rajasthani cuisine. This is a curry with gram flour dumplings and fresh vegetables. Most netizens loved to taste this food daily. However, the locals say Rajasthani’s official food is Dal bati churma. It is whole wheat flour roasted over firewood. Besides, there are many famous foods available that you can try in Rajasthan. The most popular are Laal maans, Ker sangri, Papad ki sabzi, Bajre ki roti with lasun chutney and others.

Dal Bati Churma

Travel and Tourism

Amer Fort Jaipur, Rajasthan

Countless historical places and monuments are available in Rajasthan. This is among the most visited states in India. The pink city, city of lakes, Rajput palaces, etc are the specialties in Rajasthan. Pink city Jaipur, golden city Jaisalmer, the blue city (Marwar region jodhpur), and cultural paradise Bikaner, etc are the most visited cities in Rajasthan.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

October to march is the best season to visit Rajasthan.

Bapu Bazar, Johri Bazar, Nai Sarak Market, Clock Tower Market, Bada Bazar, Hathi Pol Bazar, Station Road Market, Sardar Bazar are the most famous markets in Rajasthan.

10 to 15 days are enough to explore Rajasthan.

Dal Bati Churma, Gatte ki Sabzi, Mirchi Bada, Onion Kachori, Bajre ki Roti with lasun ki chutney.

Rajasthan is a land of kings , historical hill forts and places such as City palace of jaipur and nahargarh fort. it is popular for its rituals and cultural

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