Rajasthan Tourism

About Rajasthan

Rajasthan - Land of Kings is India’s largest state by area. It comprises most of Thar Desert. Located in the North-Western side of India, it shares borders with Punjab in North; Haryana & Uttar Pradesh in Northeast; Madhya Pradesh to the Southeast; Gujarat to the Southwest & also borders neighbour country Pakistan in the Northwest.

Rajasthan is land of Brave Men, tales of their bravery, vibrant culture, colors & architecture. With its tagline 'Padhaaro Maare Desh', Rajasthan invites visitors to explore the culture and history of India. Famous for its ancient palaces, majestic forts, Thar Desert, temples and havelies - Rajasthan is the most vibrant state in India. Rajasthan is a dream destination for every traveler, as there is something for every traveler. Whether you want to witness ancient India, Palaces, Temples, Wildlife, Desert or Hill Station - Rajasthan have everything to offer.

Rajasthan’s History

Rajasthan is part of Vedic Civilization and Indus Valley Civilization. Ruins of Indus Valley Civilization, Dilwara Temples, Only hill station - Mount Abu, in the ancient mountain range are a major feature in Rajasthan. World Heritage Site, the Keoladeo national park near Bharatpur is also located in Rajasthan, which homes to three national tiger reserves in India.

Rajasthan’s Topography

The Aravali mountain range divides Rajasthan into southeast and northwest and runs from one end to the other covering approx 800 km in distance. While the southeast region consists of farmland and forests, the northwest region - the largest part of the state, mostly consists of sand dunes - which are a prime tourist attraction and offers a mesmerizing view in full moonlight.

Wildlife in Rajasthan

Wildlife in Rajasthan is as famous compared to its culture, tradition, and ecology. Rajasthan is home for amazing wildlife and plays an important role in wildlife conservation, its wildlife attracts a number of tourist across the globe. The state is home to four national parks and wildlife sanctuaries: Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar, Ranthambore National park in Sawai Madhapur and Desert National Park in Jaipur. A national-level institute for research on Desert flora and their conversation is set up in Jodhpur under Ministry of forestry.

Ranthambore national park is famous worldwide for tiger conservation & is famous amongst wildlife photographers to spot tigers. Tigers in Sariska Tiger reserve got extinct due to heavy poaching, but after the relocation of tigers from Ranthambore - population of tigers increased there.

Other Wildlife Sanctuaries famous amongst tourists are Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary, and Jawahar Sagar Sanctuary.

Reaching Rajasthan

Major cities in Rajasthan is well connected with the rest of the country by air, rail and road route. Four airports including one international airport make traveling in Rajasthan easy and comfortable. Various national highways run through the state, well-maintained state roads and wide train network with luxury trains make commuting easy for tourists.

By Air - Jaipur International airport is one of the busiest international airports - is well connected to various cities in India and abroad. Also, three domestic airports at Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Bikaner operates in the state offers good connectivity to domestic destinations.

By Train: - The Train network in Rajasthan connects all major cities of the state to various parts of the country. There are many trains connecting Rajasthan to two of the major metros in the country - Delhi, and Mumbai. Railway stations in the city like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Ajmer, Mount Abu, etc are of heritage importance.

Indian Railways with its luxury train services like 'Palace on Wheels', Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, 'Maharaja Express; offers tourist experience the royalty of Rajasthan on trains.

By Road: - The Road network in Rajasthan connects all major cities, towns, and village of the states with the rest of the country. The National Highways and roadways in Rajasthan are in good condition and is the best commuting option to experience rich culture and tradition of Rajasthan. The State bus service also offer tour and travel services to Delhi and Mumbai.

More and more tourists across the globe are exploring this amazing destination. We at Mhara Rajasthan is there to help you explore Rajasthan - the land of Maharajas, and thus bringing to you special holiday packages as per your interest at reasonable prices. With that, you have the opportunity to discover a Rajasthan that is everything but unamicable.

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