Rajasthan literally, “Land of Kings” is India’s largest state. It is located on the northwestern side of the India, where it comprises most of the wide and inhospitable Thar Desert (also known as the “Rajasthan Desert” and “Great Indian Desert”).
A fierce sense of pride in their heritage and culture still lives on in the hearts and minds of these erstwhile rulers and their former subjects. You can see this in the way palaces have been preserved as Heritage Hotels, the proud moustaches and colorful turbans sported by the men and the dance and music on view during the many fairs and festivals in the state The important communities of Rajasthan are the Rajputs, Jats, Brahmans and the traders. Where you can visit Hindu’s pilgrimage, Heritage Havelis, Forts, Lakes and Desert etc and world famous Pushkar fair.
The Culture of Rajasthan is as unique and as colorful as its rich historical past. The culture and heritage reflects the colorful history of the state. One can find the essence of the culture on its folk dances, traditional cuisines, and in their everyday life.