The Desert Adventure Of glory, Grandeur and Great heroes.
Rajasthan still retains an elusive fairy-tale character and the land where the tales of valour of its medieval warriors are still sung by its travelling bards.Rajasthan is the 'LAND OF THE KINGS' where opulent palaces dot the desert land scape and the battle-scarred fortresses appear on every hill like sentinels of the past.
Here, folk culture still retains all its colour and vivacity with exuberant celebrations of its fairs and festivals. A music that echoes across the desert emptiness and a tradition of craftsmanship with highly developed aesthetic sense.
Begin your desert adventure at jodhpur , a fortress-city at the edge vof the Thar desert.Then travel to jaisalmer to see its unforgettable golden sands.The trade route outpost of Bikaner still retains a medieval flavour.While the route to Barmer will take you through typical rajasthani villages.
Colour also distinguishes Rajasthan’s most important tourist cities. Jaipur, the vibrant state capital, is known as the “Pink City” thanks to the reddish paint applied to its ornate facades and palaces. Jodhpur, the “Blue City”, is centred on a labyrinthine old walled town, whose sky-blue mass of cubic houses is overlooked by India’s most imposing hilltop fort. Further west, the magical desert city of Jaisalmer, built from local sandstone, is termed the “Golden City”. In the far south of the state, Udaipur hasn’t gained a colour tag yet, but it could be called the “White City”: coated in decaying limewash, its waterside palaces and havelis are framed by a distant vista of sawtooth hills.