1. Historical monuments
The historic monuments of Rajasthan guarantee you zeal without limits. There are several historical monuments in Rajasthan which show its chic and glorious past. The design and construction of these thousands of years old fortresses and palaces will surprise you with the opulence and splendour of their traditional establishments. Some of the best not to be missed are Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort and Jantar Mantar in Jaipur; Lalgarh Palace and Junagarh Fort in Bikaner; Jaisalmer Fort and Patwon ki Haveli in Jaisalmer; Fort Chittorgarh and Rana Kumbha Palace in Chittorgarh; City Palace and Saheliyon-Ki-Bari in Udaipur, Fort Mehrangarh in Jodhpur and Taragarh Fort in Bundi.
2. Game reserves
Rajasthan is proud to have one of the largest tiger reserves in India. Located in the Alwar district, also known as the Sariska Tiger Reserve, Sariska National Park is a paradise for many species of endangered animals and birds. The Sariska nature reserve offers you a magnificent tiger safari in the middle of the green forests. Apart from that, in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, there is the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary, the famous bird sanctuary, where thousands of immigrants come every year, especially in winter.
3. Dance and music
The true spirit of Rajasthan is found in the various cantons, where dance and music are the essential elements of people’s lives. The lively dances and rejuvenating hymns and religious folklore smell like the wavy sands of Rajasthan. The famous folk dances of Rajasthan are Ghoomar, Kalbelia, Gait, Bhavai, Kachhi Ghodi, Terah Taali, Kathputli (doll) dance, Pabuji ki Peach and Maand. Langas and Manganiars are two of the traditional musical tribes of Rajasthan. They play instruments such as Sindhi Sarangi, Algoza, Khamyacha, Dholak and Khartaal, and sing the songs of battles, heroes, love, detachment and the gods and gods in their magical voices.
4. Rajasthani Festivals and fairs
Festivals and fairs are an integral part of the lifestyle of the people of Rajasthan. Several festivals determine the strength and culture of this state. The national festivals, Diwali, Holi and Makar Sankranti are celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout Rajasthan. The main regional festivals celebrated in Rajasthan are:
• Pushkar fair
• Jaisalmer Desert Festival
• Gangaur Festival
• Marwar Festival in Jodhpur
• Camel festival in Bikaner
• Elephant Festival in Jaipur
• Mewar Festival in Udaipur
• Jaipur Heritage Festival
• Jaipur Literature Festival
There are many fun activities that you can enjoy at these festivals, such as horse safari, elephant polo, camel racing, turban, dance and music, craft shopping and much more again.
5. Culture and way of life in Rajasthan
The culture of Rajasthan is very rich and exuberant, radiating an abundance of greetings and blessings. The culture and traditions of Rajasthan, the royal flair and the radiance of the fortresses and Havelis of Rajasthan, and their royal past are found in each complex and hotel of Rajasthan which reflects the culture of Rajasthan. If you are a connoisseur of gastronomy, you will get a full card in Rajasthan to treat your belly with a range of main dishes with delicious spices and flavours and traditional sweets such as Ghevar, Rabdi, Churma, Gujia, Seera, etc. the language in it.