The colorful and vibrant heritage
of Rajasthan never fails to surprise the visitors from across the globe. The
state has oodles of attraction that ranges from forts, palaces, and wildlife
sanctuaries to Museums. Temples binds the religious sentiments of the people
towards this largest state in India. All these things that one sees in
Rajasthan is just enough to make their journey memorable and unforgettable.
Without any doubt Rajasthan can be
declared as one of the most visited state by the travelers because every place
here has so much to offer them that they cannot stop themselves by exploring
the beauty and colorful culture of the state. If you also happen to be in
Rajasthan, India tour then we are listing top four places, which you should not
miss in your Rajasthan trip ever. And it is because these places can give you
the best explanation and justification to the rich cultural heritage.
Jaipur: It is the capital of Rajasthan and undoubtedly the most
colorful cities in the country. The city is also nicknamed as Pink city, due to
the pink color monuments and historical sites here. There are many places of
attraction in Jaipur which always attracts tourist towards it. Hawa Mahal, Jal
Mahal, The City Palace, Bapu Bazaar and Amber Fort are the places that you
should not miss on a Jaipur trip. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan; it
is considered to be one of the most sought after tourist destinations on
Rajasthan tours in India.
Udaipur: Now, coming to Udaipur it is the most famous cities in
Rajasthan as per the point of view of tourism. It is the most visited city in
Rajasthan. Also known as the city of Palaces, Udaipur always attracts eyeballs
due to the magnificent forts and palaces in the city. Other than this the lakes
are other main point of attraction for the visitors. Lake Palace, City Palace,
Monsoon Palace, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake Etc. are the main attractions of
Bikaner: It is also known as the camel city of India. It homes the
only camel breeding farm and research center in India. The place is well known
for the magnificent camel safari in the sand dunes. Forts and palaces are also
the attraction of the city. Places that you can explore here are Junagarh
Palace, Bandeshwar Jain Temple, Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner Fort, etc.
These are the three main things
that you should not miss on your Rajasthan trip. Other than these places there
are other things also to explore in Rajasthan such as Jaisalmer the one
situated in the heart of Thar Desert, Mount Abu the only hill station in
Rajasthan, Jodhpur one of the places recognized well for palaces, Pushkar and
there is much more that this wonderful state habitats. There are many more
fabulous tourist destination which you will like to explore on Rajasthan
tours in India.
is known for its colorful culture and traditions. There are many communities in
follow different culture and traditions. One can experience diverse culture,
religious customs and tradition in India.
North East India woos thousands of tourists and vacationers owing to its
colorful and unique culture. This part of the country is bestowed with gifts of
nature in the form of abundant flora and fauna that lingers in the mind of
visitors. This is the most green tourist corner in India.
Tourists love to explore the traditional culture of this beautiful land.
The language and culture is quite
different from rest of India.
So, both domestic and foreign tourists visit the land to see the cheering mood
of land and its people. India
is land of culture and tradition. The culture and tradition of north India
is entirely different than that of south India.
Similarly, the culture of east India
is quite different from west India.
In fact, you can witness different culture and tradition in one state. More
that 2000 dialects are spoken in India.
Still, the people of India
have oneness. They are true India.
So, it is rightly said that India
is land of “unity in diversity”. Despite diverse culture and tradition, people
of India have
similar theme and zeal for life.
There are eight states in East
India. These eight states are Assam,
Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and Sikkim.
These are seven sisters and part of North Bengal. Tibeto
– Burman language is spoken in this region and they display strong ethnic
culture. These states are dominated by tribal inhabitants belonging to
Indo-Aryan, Sino-Tibetan and Austro-Asiatic linguistic family. Each of these tribal
groups practices unique culture. They have different custom, tradition,
language and lifestyle.
They follow different religions.
Most of the people of Arunachal Pradesh worship Sun and Moon and they mostly
follow Buddhism. Tribes of Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland mainly believe in
Christianity. Hinduism and Islamism are the main religion of Assam,
Manipur and Tripura. More that 220 languages are spoken in these regions. Most
uniqueness can be witnessed from the fact that unlike other parts of India,
here groom’s family gives dowry to bride family at the time of wedding. They do
not believe in caste but in clan system. They solemnize social relations with
their tribal group only.
In this way, tours of India in eastern zone will be
quite enjoying and unique. One can also enjoy wildlife tourism in Assam.
Park is famous for wildlife tours in India. So, select an appropriate
tour package to explore the culture and attractions of North East India.
Cultural tours to India
will give you unique experience.
Places in Rajasthan
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