Places To Visit in Rajasthan

Rajasthan India
Best Session
October - April
Major Languages
Hindi, English, Rajasthani
Major Airports
Ideal Duration


Top Cities in Rajasthan

Rajput kinfolks became known and held their sway over different parts of Rajasthan from about 700 AD. Other chief republics that subjugated this region include the Malavas, Kushans, Yaudhyas, Saka Satraps, Arjunyas, Guptas and Hunas. Around 1200 AD a part of Rajasthan came under Muslim rulers. Then came the reign of the Mughal Emperor, Akbar. The political crumbling of Rajasthan was caused by the dismemberment of the Mughal Empire. After 1817, the British rule over Rajasthan began.

Climate/Temperature: Basically Rajasthan can be divided into three climatic seasons: Summer, winter and Monsoon. The summer season extends from April to June with the mercury touching intense hikes. The tremendously high temperature in the summer season causes scorching heat at this time of the year. The temperature in different parts of the land during summer varies between 32C to 45 C. At some places in Rajasthan, the temperature also touches around 48 C. The monsoon season extends from July to September. There is a diminutive change in temperature with an increase in humidity. Then in the months of December to March it is the winter season. Winters are very pleasant on this land. January is the coolest month of the year. At some places in Rajasthan, the temperature also drops to 0 degree C.

There are many places in Rajasthan, which lure the tourists to this awesome place. The enticing beauty of the land stands for itself as a mark of grandeur and opulence. The sumptuousness and lavishness of the deserts are unique in itself and stand out from the rest of India. Major places to visit in Rajasthan are:

Natinal Park, Bharatpur
Ranthambore National Park
Sariska National park

Adventure & Activities
If a thumping, excruciating and throbbing heart electrifies you, if the hastening of your breath enlivens you, then Rajasthan has a lot to offer you. Here you can quench your thirst for adventure. The sporting events in the state may be very different but are nonetheless invigorating and exhilarating. So, if you are the type who live from one adventure to another, you will thoroughly enjoy being in Rajasthan. And if you are new to any sport, you'll find all you need to learn and enjoy it as well. Various adventure sports offered in Rajasthan are:

Water Sports
Geography: The total land area of Rajasthan is around 343000 sq. kms. Rajasthan is the largest state of the Republic of India in terms of area. It is alienated by Aravalli range, which scampers from northeast to southwest for about 688 km. This Aravalli range is the backbone of the state and divides it into two regions with entirely dissimilar ecological features.

People: The whole population of Rajasthan as of 0:00 hours of 1st March 2001 stand at 56473122 as per the interim outcomes of the Census of India 2001. In terms of population, it holds the eighth position among the States and Union territories in the country.

Religions: Religion has always played a vital role in the lives of the Rajasthani people. Cultures and traditions are deep-rooted in the souls of the people of Rajasthan. Hinduism is followed by a majority of the population, though you can also find some traces of other religions like Islam, Sikhism, Jainism, and Christianity.

Languages: The principal languages spoken in Rajasthan are Hindi and Rajasthani. A large population of Rajasthan speaks Hindi. Some people from different parts of India who have inhabited on this land-use some other language but the chief languages used here are Rajasthani and Hindi. English is the official language of the state.

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