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Rajasthan Desert Festival, Jailsamer

Tuesday, 03 February 2015 08:29
India is a place of culture, long root of tradition and religions string with tons of fairs and festival all throughout the year. We can alsocall India as a God gifted land abundance of nature marvels, plenty of varied wildlife;great, peaceful clean sandy beaches and lovely and beautiful hill stations. Also India is also abode to hundreds of well-known holy destination that attracts devotees from all over the places. If you wish to travel India and love to enjoy the advantage of Rajasthan festival tour, come and explore India to spend your holiday matching to your plan. Here you can…

Nagaur Fair/Ramdeoji Cattle Fair 2015

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 12:15
Nagaur Cattle fair is now transformed into the most important Festival of Locals of Rajasthan. It is the 2nd biggest cattle fair in desert land of Rajasthan, India. Each year in the month of January and February in the city of Nagaur Fair goes runs for 8 consecutive days. In Nagaur cattle fair several traders from all parts of Rajasthan or nearby states attend with their cattle which include camels, horses, bullocks and sheep. In general around seventy thousand cattle are traded each year in this fair. The cattle decorated in the excessive jewelry look very charming as if they…

Indian Heritage with Rajasthan Tours

Friday, 16 January 2015 13:13
Rajasthan is a huge state situated in the northern parts of India. Its lush historical legacies, its physicalversatility as well as its diverse culture and customs make it one of the most popular tourist placesin the country. Rajasthan tour packages provide one a vision into the way of life of the society of Rajasthan. Be it Rajasthan Heritage Palaces, tours of Holy Places of Rajasthan or even desert safaris, Rajasthan Toursaids one to relish on these and many more... Aninsight into the various Rajasthan tour packages are mentioned below: Rajasthan Camel Safari : Rajasthan and camel safaris are one and…

Christmas festival in Rajasthan

Friday, 05 December 2014 09:12
Christmas festival is one of the most important festivals of the year. Christmas festival in Rajasthan is celebrated on 25th December,in the Gregorian calendar,with a lot of enthusiasm. The day marks the death anniversary of Jesus Christ. The festival is marked with a lot of revelry and merrymaking. People from the entire world come to Rajasthan to celebrate the festival. Moreover, Christmas in Rajasthan is celebrated spending time with family members and friends, eating a meal prepared especially for the festival. Some families also exchange sweets and gifts. Most of then offered prayers in the church.Parties and dancing make the…

The Golden City of Rajasthan Jaisalmar

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 12:39
Jaisalmer nicknamed as "The Golden city", is a town in the state of Rajasthan. It is situated around 250 kilometres west of the Jodhpur. It is a World Heritage Site. The town stands on a edge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a Sonar Quila (Fort), which enclose the palace and several Jain temples. Many of the houses and temples are finely carved. It lies in the mid of the Thar Desert and has a population of about 78,000. Jaisalmer is a tourist place and a Part of Tour Package of Rajasthan. Places of Attraction:One of the most magnificent appeals is…
Traveling in bigger cities of Rajasthan may attract some unwanted attention which may get you in some kind of troubles. Here for your reference and safety we are giving you some of the precautions and safety tips to enjoy your Rajasthan Tours. Things to keep in mind while touring to Rajasthan:- · On congested local buses, hold onto your baggage. You might be requested to put your belongings underneath a seat to make some space for other fellow passenger. Don't do it. · In budget lodging, doublelock the entrance with use of padlock and tightly lock all windows before going…

Festival of Trust and Love – Rakhi

Tuesday, 01 July 2014 07:09
Rakhi also known as Raksha Bandhan is festival which celebrates the duty and love between brothers and sisters; The festival is mainly observed by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. Rakhi is mainly observed in India, Mauritius and Some parts of Nepal. It is also celebrated in other parts of the world by Hindus. There are lots of Myths and Historic legends are linked to this festival of Love. This Holy festival of love and affection has great significance in rajasthan’s History.On Raksha Bandhan tie Rakhi(a Kind of Sacred Thread) on her brother’s wrist. This denotes the sister’s prayers and love for…
The state of Rajasthan with its large area density makes and it the largest and popular tourist destinations in the country which is and people from all over the world come to international tourists regions. Amber FortThis Amber fort is located very close to the city just about 11 km. This Fort stands at the top of the cliff located nearby the Jaipur Delhi Highway. This fort with the beautiful architecture that is mixed with the Mughal and Rajput architecture. This beautiful combination of the white marble and Redstone makes this fort more wonderful in the looks. The beautiful Maota…
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