Rajasthan- the land of royalty
is a glittering jewel set in the golden sands
of a barren deserts landscape.
light that reflects off the golden sands engulfs a
land renowned for its vibrant colors, people in bright
clothes and beautiful jewelry, living in cities dotted
and dominated by towering forts and palace that rise
from the sands like mirage
and Dance of Rajasthan
Culture of Rajasthan also includes Folk Dance and Music.
The folk dance and music of Rajasthan are lively and exhilarating.
A part of the eternal appeal of this strange and wondrous
land, Rajasthan folk dance and music is a part of life in
Rajasthan. Indeed Rajasthan has a very vibrant, highly evolved
tradition of performing arts carefully nurtured and sustained
over the centuries.
Cuisine of Rajasthan
'The land of Princes', as Rajasthan is called boasts of
many a fine kitchen - both within the palaces and outside.
Princely kitchens have produced many an incomparable and
exotic delicacy of shikar meat. The smoked Rajasthani kebab
- sule - is bare-be-cued in about a dozen different ways.
Credit cards are accepted in most tourist towns, and certainly
at hotels and shops. For visitors wary of the local cuisine,
continental cuisine is widely available: where it may fail
to be authentic, or come up to gourmet standards, it will
most certainly offer the familiar taste of home.
Bottled mineral water is widely available. The state has
an extensive network of postal services and banks, as well
as telecommunication links with the rest of the world. While
it may not lack in modern amenities, Rajasthan's flavor
is delightfully medieval - truly a place where time, as
the cliché goes, has stood still.