Rajasthan is one of the most culturally rich and royal destinations in India. It has a long royal history and has the most beautifully structured palaces and forts. It’s also known as the Land of Maharajas.
Rajasthan’s unique geographical location between Aravali Mountain Ranges and the Thar Desert gives the tourists a range of beautiful spots to explore. Rajasthan is known for its extreme climatic conditions; therefore, the ideal time to visit this state would be between November to Feb, when it’s not too hot. However, it would be really cold in the early mornings and evenings.
When in Rajasthan, you’ll also have the opportunity to dine like a royal and try local foods such as Dal Batti, Ghevar, Churma, etc. You’ll also witness the folk dance – Ghoomar, folk music – Bhajans and Banis, and the puppet show. This place is also known for its mirror-work handicrafts, semi-precious stonework, miniature painting, textiles, and silver.
This state offers a range of tourist spots, from palaces and forts, deserts, and national parks to religious places to explore.