Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Trip into the Heart, History and Heritages of Rajasthan with Rajasthan Cultural Tour

Rajasthan is one of the most preferred and most prominent states of India which is situated in the northwestern part of India and is surrounded by Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. It is the most famous tourist places of India. A number of family as well as alien tourists from all over the world come to India every year to explore its natural beauty and attractive attractions just because of Rajasthan. With Rajasthan culture tour tourists can visit a number of rich cultural heritages, sand dunes, safaris and wildlife and many more. The most charming and wonderful state of Rajasthan looks to be an open museum where visitors can get a great experience of the socio-cultural pattern of the state.

It is openly believed that Rajasthan is truly a great destination for visiting purpose for the tourists who want to experience the royal hospitality in India and want to undergo furnished like a Raja or king. The astonishing sand dunes, the wonderful palaces and the largely sensation of this north-western state of the Indian Republic have shine a magic charm on the tourists that makes them explore at least once in their lifetime and provides them an unforgettable imperial experience. There are a number of tour options which you can choose for visiting Rajasthan and for knowing more about a variety of aspects of the local culture, at the same time treasuring this exclusive experience with Rajasthan cultural tour.

The culture of this famous land is a collection of breathing styles, faith systems, dance types and athletics that was brought onwards and cultivated by the migrants to this magnificent place and certainly the native people's part that has added more flavors into it. The dance types like Kal Beliya and Ghoomar are an amalgamation of dance and acrobatics. In the state of Rajasthan tourists can visit many attention-grabbing places such as  Jaipur (the Capital City of Rajasthan and known as the Pink City of India), Jodhpur (the Blue City of India), Udaipur (the City of Lakes), Jaisalmer (the Golden City of India), Bikaner (the Camel City), Pushkar (the Sacred City), Mount Abu (the Only Hill Town of Rajasthan), Mandawa (the City of Havelis), Ajmer, Bundi, Kota, Chittorgarh, Ranthambhore, Alwar, Bharatpur etc.  


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