The land of Maharajas and royalty, the Indian state of Rajasthan is made up two words “Raja” and “Sthan” which together stands for the lands of the monarchs. Apart from being the largest of all states, it is also one of the most colourful and vibrant states in the country known for maintaining and revelling in its deeply rooted cultural heritage. Along with the palaces and forts it has, Rajasthan also comprises of India’s only desert, The Thar Desert.
Owing to its rich cultural heritage, unique traditions, amazing monuments, palaces and forts, this state has gained a lot of popularity amongst national and international tourists. Considering the revenue it generates from its tourism, Rajasthan ranks fifth in the list of the most visited places of India.
For proper sightseeing tours in Rajasthan, one would need no less than fourteen to thirty days. The various palaces, wildlife sanctuaries, lakes, villages etc. in this state not just offer you a Rajasthan sightseeing experience but also endows one with the variation of tradition and culture found in all these places.
Best time to visit Rajasthan: September-March