Thursday, 28 March 2013

Rajasthan Cultural Tour

Rajasthan tour packages
The state of Rajasthan is a land of plentiful, with a history that abounds everywhere to its credit. Over the years, it has been a fairly popular tourist attraction for people all over the world, and with so many tour packages and holiday packages it is getting increasingly easy to relish the beauty of the state of Rajasthan. Tourism destinations in Rajasthan are getting vivid for the audience through advertisement and popular media.

The State

Also known as ‘the land of kings’ is the largest state in India, located in the north west of the country. Culturally it is profoundly rich as the history of the state is crowned a royal past, and an array of forts and palaces to stand proof to it. There is the folk culture in the villages that are varied and stand uniquely fresh as a distinctive sign of what Rajasthan is all about. One can also find the rich music and dance culture to be particularly exciting due to its style and simplicity.

Rajasthan being the land of exotic art & crafts and festivals will certainly fascinate every traveler. One can see that every fair and the festival are a reflection of its rich art and craft in terms of bazaars, music, dance, cuisine, sport events, which provides an opportunity to gain an insight view of the life & culture of Rajasthan. The art culture of Rajasthan can be found in the form of handicrafts that are made of stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, glass, silver, gold, brass and textiles.

Culture Curry

What you will find in the state may astound you, the folk music that we talked of here about is a simple, and it is just the depiction of the simple and mundane chores of the Rajasthanis, coupled by high standardization of Indian classics. Panihari, which is a unique style of singing was promulgated by Rajasthani females, fetching water from the wells. Women sung songs while fetching water from wells. Dance too is a medley of both traditional and `desi` gharanas. Rajasthani culture is a land of colourful festivals too that celebrates all the known or the slightly unknown festivals of India.

Rajasthani cuisine is as unique as every other thing found on the state. If you are at Rajasthan then you will have to eat dal, baati, churma which is the quintessential Rajasthani food. Other than this you can also hunt for Lachhedar paratha and besan ki missi puri are kinds of bread specialties of Rajasthan. Rajasthanis have a liking for non- vegetarian dished prepared from mutton. `Safed` mass (white meat) is prepared to add almonds, cashew nuts.

Then of course you have the forts and palaces without which Rajasthan remains incomplete. Tourists visiting the state must by all means be open to visit them, and take a peek at the royal past of this great state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan holiday packages are many, just take your pick and take the trip!

Article Originally Posted On : articlebase

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