Rajasthan, the Land of Royalty, was ruled by Rajputs for a long time. This state is the largest state in India. It is such a beautiful state with diverse attractions. Palaces of Jaipur, Lakes of Udaipur, Kachori of Kota, Forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner Sev, Culture, language, handicrafts and what not!
Tie and Dye, Bandhani and block printed textiles are a common choice. Ghagra Choli or Lehengas matched with blouses such as Kanchli or Kunchuki or Choli are a common sight in case of women. Sela, Saafa, Potia, and Pagri are all an assortment of headgear sported by the men of the state.
There are around 14 forts in Rajasthan, out of them Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort in India. Hawa Mahal, Lake Palace, Umaid Bhavan, and Jai Mahal are also the big draws. Umaid Bhawan Palace located at Chittar Hill is one of the beautiful and magnificent palaces in this city.
Rajasthani culture and tradition are the most distinguished and popular not only in India but also across the globe. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance of Jaisalmer are world famous.
From Polki Jhumkas to Kundan Naulakha necklace or Meenakari Maang Tikka- whichever jewellery item all stun one, with their perfect finishing touches, hand-picked stones, and flawless aesthetic appeal. Bada Bazar in Udaipur, Johri Bazar and Tripolia bazar in Jaipur are popular for purchasing jewellery.
It has 6 national parks named as Ranthambore, Sariska and more, and 21 Wildlife Sanctuaries. The wildlife is one of the major attractions of tourists around the world.
Thus, Rajasthan is not merely a geographical area in India, it is a life in itself. There is nothing one particular thing or place that is worth applauding, rather many things are famous and one must visit this state to witness its diverse culture and long ancient heritage.