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  Rajasthan means : Raja (King) + Sthan (Palace) = King Place.
Rajasthan is realy a places of Kings. Each part of Rajasthan having his own history. This historical state is a land of monuments with beautiful architectural palaces, forts.Rajasthan has a total area of 343000 sq. km, which is divided by Aravalli range, which runs from north -east to southwest for about 688 km. It is the backbone of the state and divides it into two regions with totally different geographical features.There are 32 administrative units, Districts, in Rajasthan. Jaipur is the Capital of the State. The Congress party has been elected to power.Rajasthan in India is the vibrant land of color and royalty. Rajasthan resound the pure and beautiful melodies of hymns, sung with love and devotion


Wild Life and Sanctuaries  
Rajasthan is a heaven for a wide spectrum of wild life. beautiful The jungles are alive with tiger, leopard, black bucks, chinkara, the endangered caracal, the great Indian bustard, gavial, monitor lizard, wild boars, Sambhar, nilgai. Migratory birds like the common crane, ducks, coots, pelicans and the rare Siberian cranes, falcons, buzzards, imperial sandgronse flock to the state. every tree, . Rajasthan boasts of two National parks, over a dozen Sanctuaries two closed areas.

Food of Rajasthan  
The Rajasthani cuisine is particularly colorful with the use of spices like yellow turmeric and red chilli making up for the drab monochromatic landscape of the desert. The bati was a popular dish used by the Rajputs during battles where the part cooked batis were buried in spots of the desert to be retrieved in times of long marches
  Arts and Crafts  

One of the richest states in terms of handicrafts - the skilled hands of the craftsmen of Rajasthan creates some beautiful treasures. Stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver, gold and textiles are transformed into works of art. From the colorful bandhani prints to the ornate meenakari and kundan jewelry - Rajasthan is a study in colors. Shekhawati is Rajasthan's very own Open Air Art Gallery.


Fairs and Festivals  
Rajasthan has an unending cycle of fairs and festivals throughout the year. Rajasthani festivals give an insight to the colourful life style of the Rajasthani people and are mesmerizing with their folk dances, music, drama and animal races. Some of the main Fairs and festivals are Teej, Gangaur and the Pushkar Fair, Desert festival, Elephant Festival and the Camel festival which are now known worldwide.


Ballooning in Rajasthan  
  There's no age barrier to enjoy hot-air ballooning, but a you have to be fit, as you may have to walk through paddocks after landing.There are no seats in the basket - therefore, standing for the duration of the flight, about on hour is unavoidable. Its best not to take children along with you, reason being the comfort and enjoyment of other passengers. The size of the basket is quiet small and young children often get restless when in confined areas. The walls of the baskets are usually four feet high, and small children would have difficulty in seeing over, unless carried by an adult.
  Rivers of Rajasthan  
Main Rivers in Rajasthan are Ahar River, Banas River, Berach River, Chambal River, Gambhir River, Ghaggar-Hakra River, Gomati River, Kali Sindh River, Lavanavari, Luni River, Mahi River, Parbati River, Sarasvati River, Sukri and West Banas River,
  Fort And Palace in Rajasthan  
Forts and Palaces in Rajasthan are world renowned. They have been created by the august rulers and Kings of the ancient past. Constructed on high hill tops, Rajasthan forts and palaces showcases architectural heritage of the bygone era. Each city of fascinating Rajasthan has number of spectacular forts and palaces constructed by rulers and architects
  The Graceful Movements  
Being a vibrant state, Rajasthan often rejoices with fun and gaiety. Women dancers pirouette gracefully and their Ghaghras (skirt) flare out in a blaze of color and movement. Ghoomar, Bhavai, Kachhi Ghodi, Chari, Kalbeliya, Gair, Kathputli and Terahtaali are some of the known Rajasthan Dances.
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