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Rajasthan

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Rajasthan

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Rajasthan

Rajasthan which is the largest state of India, also known as “The Land of Kings”. It is situated in the North-west part of India and is mostly the Desert , The Thar Desert also called “The Great Indian Desert”.The surrounding States of Rajasthan are Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Utter Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.The State of Rajasthan covers 10.4% of the total Indian Land.

Rajasthan capital: the Jaipur city also known as pink city. Rajasthan having a very diverse climatic conditions. In summers, it reaches 49 feels like steaming hot and in winters, at some places, it reaches below freezing temperature. Other thing about Rajasthan is it have one of the oldest mountain range known as Aravali range. Aravali range of Rajasthan also features a beautiful place Maunt Abu also famous for its Dilwada temples.


Ajmer Udaipur  Kota  Jodhpur  Jaipur  Chittorgarh  Bikaner

The thing about Rajasthan, that it also features two wildlife centuries specially for tigers known as Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore . Earlier Rajasthan was known as Rajputana which was later renamed as Rajasthan on 30 march 1949.The Aravali Range and the Thar desert constitutes the major portion about Rajasthan‘s land. The Bikaner city is the biggest city in the Thar desert. The Desert national Park of Jaiselmer shows the extreme conditions in which an eco-system can operate in a maintained way. Rajasthan statistics:Total area of the State: 342,269 Sq. Km.
Poverty Rate : 34.4 %
Population : Sixty eight Million
Literacy Rate : 67%
Sex Ratio : 926/1000 malesDetails

 


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History of Rajasthan – Stories of Maharajas

Wildlife SanctuariesRajasthan, which has a very colorful and interesting history, which tells the great stories about Rajasthan’s Maharajas and their ruled time. In 1576, Maharana Pratap of Mewar defeated Mughal Emperor Akbar in the battle of Haldi Ghati. Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya won 22 battles against Afghans. He
established “Hindu Raj” in north India. Rajasthan which has rich heritage, shining sand dunes, exciting desert safaris and varied wild life makes it a very popular tourist destination. History of Rajasthan tells the stories of great legends, their bravery,
Rajasthan GKromance and adventures. Rajasthan is a part of the great Indus Valley Civilization which is among world’s oldest and first civilization. The provisional capital of this civilization was Kalibangan, which is in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan. It is the birth place of many great people about whom we learn from text books during the school time like Samrat Prithvi Raj Chauhan, Krishna devotee Meera Bai, Rani Padmini, Baba Ramdeo ji, Maha Rana Pratap, Panna Dhai, Goga ji, Rao Shekha ji, Bappa Rawal. The tribes like Rajputs, Charans, Yadavs, Bhils, Bishnois, Jats, Gujars, Meenas ruled over various parts of Rajasthan. Many people from these tribes sacrificed their lives for protecting their culture and Places to Visitland.

Rajasthan Divisions

Rajasthan divisions :Rajasthan is divided mainly into 7 Divisions and 33 Districts

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  1. Ajmer Division
  2. Jaipur Division
  3. Jodhpur Division
  4. Bharatpur Division
  5. Bikaner Division
  6. Udaipur Division
  7. Kota Division
  1. Rajasthan Ajmer division Consist of the following districts: Nagor, Bhilwada, Ajmer and Tonk.
  2. Rajasthan Jaipur Division consist of the following Districts: Alwar, Sikar, Dausa, jaipur, Jhunjhunu
  3. Rajasthan Jodhpur Division: Jaselmer, Jodhpur, jalor, Sirohi,Pali, Barmer.
  4. Rajasthan Bharatpur Division : , Dholpur, Sawai Madhopur, Karauli, Bharatpur.
  5. Rajasthan Bikaner Division :Hanumangarh, Bikaner, Sri Ganganagar, Churu,
  6. Rajasthan Udaipur Division:  Dungarpur, Pratapgarh, Banswara, Udaipur, Rajsamand, Chittorgarh.
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Rajasthan Airports

Rajasthan connectivity through air : can be reached by air at Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner and have a road network of 8798 Km with connectivity of trains at all major stations.

Industries in Rajasthan

Most of the minerals in India are produced at Rajasthan. In Rajasthan  minerals, the major includes Zinc, marble, limestone , lead, gypsum etc.

Gold city of India- Jaiselmer, Pink city of India- Jaipur , City of lakesUdaipur are the major tourist places of Rajasthan. Rajasthan- Udaipur city, It is awarded as the most beautiful city of Asia and the top hotels of the world also lies here.

 


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Rajasthan Climate

Rajasthan features a wide climatic conditions from arid to semi arid. In summer season, the temperature reaches 49 degrees and in summer, places like Maunt abu reaches below freezing point. The rainfall is also diverse in the state of Rajasthan and varies from 150 mm in dry places to 1000 mm in some places but the average stands at 200-400 mm. July to September are the month when the majority of mansoon time is expected in Rajasthan .

Rich Culture of Rajasthan

There is rich culture in Rajasthan which reflects the ancient Indian way of life. Rajasthan is also called as Rangila Rajasthan because it is very famous for its fairs, festivals, Rajasthani cuisines, folk music, colourful costumes and crafts. In Rajasthan there is celebration with every change in season and every harvest. There is a wide range of fairs and festivals which are celebrated in Rajasthan includes camel festival, mewar festival, mahavir ji fair, goga ji fair, pushkar fair, kolayat fair, chandrabhaga fair, kaliteej, gangaur festival, hariyali teez festival, maker sakranti, janmashtami, summer festival. Incredible Rajasthan includes the safaris on camels, horses or open jeeps, spectacular sand dunes, wild life, Aravalis mountain range – which is among India’s oldest mountain range. Cooks of Rajasthan use more milk and butter instead of water, which shows the impact of scarcity of water in the state. Rajasthan is one of the richest states in concern of art and craft. Ghoomar and kalbeliya are the folk dances. Rajasthani dresses are designed in bright colours which includes lehenga and choli with dupatta for females.

State Symbols -

State Tree – Khejari
State Flower – Rohida
State Bird – Godawan or Great Indian Bustard
State Animal – Chinakara (an antelope)


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    Manish Kumar Modi

    May 29, 2013

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    Deepak Purbia

    May 29, 2013

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    Neha Mathur

    May 29, 2013

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    Debayan Chatterjee

    May 29, 2013

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    Nishant Chaturvedi

    May 29, 2013

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    Preeti Jain

    May 30, 2013

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    Tamboli Mayank

    May 30, 2013

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    Khushboo Nathrani

    May 30, 2013

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    Jitendra Bhanpia

    May 30, 2013

  • Awesome Website.Covers a wide origin of Rajasthan.

    Saurav Saxena

    June 14, 2013

  • Cool design and descriptive website…………….good creativity bhai log.

    Love Chandak

    June 19, 2013

  • most useful website.

    Rj Pratap Chauhan

    June 23, 2013

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