Rajasthan -The name itself meaning “the land of the rajas” has artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life. There is a rich and varied folk culture from villages which is often depicted symbolic of the state.
With a glorious history, it is known for its many brave kings, their deeds and their interest in art and architecture. It was also referred to as Rajputana (the country of the Rajputs.
Drenched into royal grandeur and soaked into glorious history, Rajasthan is one of the most charming and captivating states of India. It has been globally famous as a tourism destination with lots of tourist attractions , attracting tourists and vacationers with its rich culture, tradition, heritage, and monuments. It is also rich in its flora and fauna with some of popular wildlife sanctuaries & national parks.
Where Jaipur, the capital of the state, also known as the “Pink City” attracts tourists to its Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal and many more attractions, along with its busy bustling streets lined with miles of different colour bangles and clothes, there is also Udaipur – known as the “city of lakes” .
Ajmer is a popular pilgrimage centre for both Hindus as well as Muslims, Bikaner is a royal fortified city with timeless appeal and Jaisalmer is a paragon of beautiful culture and harsh climatic conditions.
Kerala is a long strip of enchanting land tucked away in the southwest of India. The tall and exotic coconut t palm dominates Kerala’s landscape and also its economy. Forty four rivers cut across the state with may tributaries, hence is a land of rivers and backwaters. The backwaters forma an attractive and economically important feature of Kerala and includes lakes and ocean inlets’ which stretch irregularly along the coast offering hours of pleasant boating amidst enchanting scenery. Thiruvanthapuram is the states capital.
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