Rajasthan is a northern Indian state circumscribing Pakistan. Its royal residences and posts are notices of the numerous kingdoms that verifiably competed for the area. In its capital, Jaipur (the “Pink City”), are the eighteenth century City Palace and Hawa Mahal, a previous group for illustrious ladies, fronted by a 5-story pink-sandstone screen. Amer Fort, on a close-by slope, was worked by a Rajput ruler in the mid 1600s. A beautiful melange of staggering castles, gigantic fortresses, flavorful cooking styles, different societies and warm individuals, Rajasthan can be gladly named as ‘India’s greatness.’ Whether drifters intrigued by undertakings or a calm stay, Rajasthan is an explorers’ goal. Other than the randomness of the old and the new, Rajasthan has numerous perspectives worth knowing.

1. The Land of Kings, The word ‘Rajasthan,’ when partitioned into a large portion of, the exacting significance comes as Land of Kings (Raj – Kings, Sthan – Place/Land). The Land of Kings is synonymous with royalty, courage, and honor.

2. The Largest State in India, Rajasthan is a state in northern India. The state covers a zone of 342,239 square kilometers (132,139 sq mi) or 10.4 percent of the absolute land region of India. It is the largest Indian state by area and the seventh biggest by population.

3. Diverse Colored Cities, Jaipur – the Pink City, Jodhpur – the Blue City, Bikaner – the Red City or Walled City, Udaipur – the Lake city or City of Lake,  Jaisalmer – the Golden City, Bundi – Also Know as Blue City.

4. India’s Oldest Mountain Range, The Aravalli Range is a scope of mountains running roughly 692 km (430 mi) in a southwest bearing, beginning in North India from Delhi and going through southern Haryana  through to Western India across the states of Rajasthan and finishing in Gujarat. Aravalli, a composite Sanskrit word from “ara” and “vali”, truly implies the “line of peaks”.

5. World’s Earliest Plowing Field, Kalibangan’s exhuming report was distributed completely in 2003 by the Archaeological Survey of India, 34 years after the consummation of unearthings. The report inferred that Kalibangan was a noteworthy commonplace capital of the Indus Valley Civilization. Kalibangan is recognized by its interesting flame special stepped areas and “world’s most punctual authenticated furrowed field”.

6. Mount Abu is a well known and just slope station in the Aravalli Range in Sirohi district of Rajasthan state in western India, close to the fringe with Gujarat. The mountain frames a particular rough level 22 km long by 9 km wide. The most elevated top on the mountain is Guru Shikhar at 1,722 m (5,650 ft) above ocean level. It is alluded to as ‘a desert garden in the desert’ as its statures are home to waterways, lakes, cascades and evergreen forests.

7. World’s Most Beautiful Jain Pilgrimage Site, The Dilwara Temples are situated about 2½ kilometers from Mount Abu, Rajasthan’s only slope station. These Jain temples were worked by Vimal Shah and planned by Vastupala-Tejpal, Jain ministers of Dholka , between the eleventh and thirteenth hundreds of years AD and are renowned for their utilization of marble and perplexing marble carvings. The five marble sanctuaries of Dilwara are a hallowed journey spot of the Jains.

8. India’s Largest Districts, Besides Rajasthan being the biggest province of India, Jaisalmer is known to be the third biggest region of India with a zone of 39313 Sq. Km. The other three regions to be specific, Bikaner (28466 Sq. Km), Barmer (28393 Sq. Km) and Jodhpur (22901 Sq. Km) are the fourth, fifth and 6th biggest areas of India respectively.

9. India’s Largest Desert, The Thar Desert or the Great Indian Desert is India’s biggest and world’s eighteenth biggest desert. Over 60% of the desert lies in Rajasthan.

10. India’s Only Saline River, Luni (additionally known as Lonari, Lavanavari, Lavanavati, Salt river) is a stream in Rajasthan. It begins in the Pushkar valley of the Aravalli Range, near Ajmer, goes through the southeastern part of the Thar Desert, and finishes in the muddy grounds of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, in the wake of voyaging a separation of 495 km. It is first known as Sagarmati, at that point after passing Govindgarh, it meets its tributary Saraswati, which starts from Pushkar Lake, and from that point on it gets its name Luni.

11. Sanctuary of Rats, Karni Mata Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnoke, 30 km from Bikaner, in Rajasthan, India. It is otherwise called the Temple of Rats. The sanctuary is renowned for the roughly 25,000 black rats that live, and are respected, in the sanctuary. These blessed rodents are called kabbas, and numerous individuals make a trip incredible separations to offer their regards. The sanctuary draws guests from the nation over for endowments, just as inquisitive voyagers from around the world.

12. The Great Wall of India, Kumbhalgarh fort (“Kumbhal post”) is a Mewar fortress on the westerly scope of Aravalli Hills, in the Rajsamand district near Udaipur of Rajasthan state in western India. It is a World Heritage Site included in Hill Forts of Rajasthan. With the dividers of the stronghold stretching out more than 38 km, it is professed to be the second-longest consistent divider after the Great Wall of China; the fortification is among the biggest divider complex on the planet, and the second biggest post in India after Chittor Fort.

13. Town That Vanished in a Single Night, Located around 18 km from the city of Jaisalmer, a town named Kuldhara has a cryptic story. It is trusted that the town was relinquished by its residents in the 1800s. It resembled the whole town evaporated over the span of a solitary night. Indeed, even to this date, nobody knows where every one of them went.

14. The most ideal approach to encounter the regal place that is known for Rajasthan is with the Palace on Wheels, which is one of the world’s most energizing rail ventures. In 2017, it was renamed as the Heritage Palace on Wheels.

15. Bhangarh Fort is viewed as a standout amongst the most spooky places in India. Indeed, even the authority managerial apparatus doesn’t think about the spot typical, and it has been restricted to enter the stronghold from nightfall to dawn.