From the Great Indian Thar Desert to the Mount Abu Mesmerizing Hill Station, from the land of the colorful festivals to the house of Tigers and the rides of the Camel, from the magnificent forts and havelis to the mesmerizing lakes, Rajasthan is the land to all. The notable architectures of the Amber Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort and Hawa Mahal; the highly believed temples including the Karni Mata Temple, The History of the Rajputs and Mewari, The Wildlife that includes the major Tiger Reserves and several Bird Sanctuaries and the most crucial, the handicraft and the handlooms that include the jewellery of silver and kundan; the textile, precious and semi-precious stones; the spellbinding paintings, leather crafts, Marble Handicrafts and other hand crafted items takes the hearts away.
Rajasthan can also be considered to be the Camel Country that hosts plenty of International Camel Festival every year that is attended by the people all across the globe. While Mandawa is the only city of Rajasthan that reflects the royalty of the rich merchants of the years once lived.
As it is believed to explore something once than to hear about it a thousand times, no wonder why Rajasthan is known to be the extremely high fascinated state of India and a land that reflects the true luxury and royalty that is thus an another aspect of being the face of the nation to the world.
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