Known for its rich heritage and royal forts & palaces, Rajasthan with its rich flavors, beautiful people, and heritage sites is every travel enthusiasts’ dream.
Rajasthan a state that truly lives up to the saying “Atithi Devo Bhava”, where the walls of the magnanimous palaces tell the tales of our glorious past that is filled with valor and heroism.
This is our Rajasthan. Let’s experience the colorful Rajasthan today on the 70th Rajasthan Diwas through the eyes of Jaipur Beat!
- Visit magnificent forts and palaces
Rajasthan is the land of forts and palaces. Whether it is the Amer or Jaiagarh Fort of Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur or the royal Chittorgarh Fort or the magnificent Kumbhalgarh Fort, these forts and palaces are world famous for their ornate architecture.
These forts and palaces are worth a visit if you want to experience and know more about the royal history of the majestic Rajasthan.
- Stay at one of the luxurious havelis
Relive the charm of royal times as you stay at the royal homes converted into heritage hotels now.
These havelis still breathe the times of yore and give travelers a taste of royalty with warmth. The beautifully restored havelis reflect the style and elegance of royals.
- Visit the vibrant markets
Rajasthan is a fun and frolic state and so is its clothing. The traditional outfit usually comprises a colourful Bandhej or Lehariya dupatta for the women and a vibrant Bandhani turban for the men. Jaipur, being the capital of Rajasthan, is also the fashion capital of the state.
Every tourist in Rajasthan knows that Johri Bazaar and Bapu Bazar are globally popular for their authentic gold and silver jewellery as well as for the traditional handicrafts. Take a tour of the market and get your hands on exquisite pieces of art and jewellery here. The market is a tourist attraction in its own right.
- Taste the royal Rajasthani cuisine
There is nothing that can match the royal Rajasthani cuisine. Taste the authentic Rajasthani flavors with a touch of warm hospitality. Traditional Dal Baati Churma, Ker Sangri, Gatta Curry, or the none vegetarian Lal Maans along with mouth-watering kachoris or Mirchi Bada have always been every local’s favorite.
- Get in tune with the melody of its Fairs and Festivals
The colorful kaleidoscope of Rajasthan is filled with multitude of fairs and festivals. Throughout the year numerous festivals are being held in different parts of the state. Be it Teej fair of Jaipur, Marwar festival of Jodhpur, Pushkar Camel fair, our Rangeela Rajasthan allows you to soak into the tunes of vibrant melody and foot tapping dance moves.
Aren’t we so fortunate to be able to be residing in Rajasthan, the marvelous destination that has so much to offer to everyone?
Happy 70th Rajasthan Diwas to all!