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Rajasthan is a state in northwestern India. It covers 342,239 square kilometres (132,139 sq mi) or 10.4 per cent of India's total geographical area. It is the largest Indian state by area and the seventh largest by poupulation. It is on India's northwestern side, where it comprises most of the wide and inhospitable Thar Desert  (also known as the Great Indian Desert) and shares a border with the Pakistani provinces of Punjab to the northwest and Sindh  to the west, along the Sutlej-Indus River valley. It is bordered by five other Indian states: Punjab to the north; Haryana  and uttar Pradesh  to the northeast; Madhya Pradesh  to the southeast; and Gujarat  to the southwest. Its geographical location is 23°.3' to 30°.12' North latitude and 69°.30' to 78°.17' East longitude, with the Tropic of Cancer passing through its southernmost tip.


The geographic features of Rajasthan are the Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, which runs through the state from southwest to northeast, almost from one end to the other, for more than 850 kilometres (530 mi).Mount Abu lies at the southwestern end of the range, separated from the main ranges by the West Banas River. Although a series of broken ridges continues into Haryana  in the direction of Delhi  where it can be seen as outcrops in the form of the Raisina Hill  and the ridges farther north. About three-fifths of Rajasthan lies northwest of the Aravallis, leaving two-fifths on the east and south direction.


Jaipur International Airport (JAI) in Jaipur, is the state's largest, busiest and only international airport. Jaipur International Airport offers international service to Dubai, Bangkok, Sharjah and Muscat. There are five civilian airports in Rajasthan including Jodhpur Airport, Udaipur Airport, Ajmer Airport, Bikaner Airport and Jaisalmer Airport. Domestic airports are operated by the Airport Authority of India (AAI) and shares its airside with the Indian Air Force. These airports connect Rajasthan with the major cities of India such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderbad, Chennai and Bangalore.


Rajasthan is known for its customs, culture, colours, majestic forts, and palaces, fol dances  and music, local festivals, local food, sand dunes, carved temples and Havelis.


Arrive in jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Visit the city palace, Hawa Mahal (place of winds), and jantar mantar (observatory). Explore the local markets like johari bazaar for shopping. Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Visit the majestic amer fort. You can enjoy an elephant ride up to the fort if you prefer. Explore the jaigarh fort, located near amer fort, known for its massive cannon. In the afternoon, visit the albert hall museum and explore the markets for souvenirs.

Visit mehrangarh fort, one of the largest forts in India, and explore its museum. Explore the local markets around clock tower and sardar market.

Visit the famous jain temple complex in ranakpur, renowned for its intricate marble architecture. Take a boat ride on lake pichola and admire the scenic beauty of udaipur.

Visit the city palace, sahelyon ki bari, and jagdish temple. Explore the local markets for handicrafts and souvenirs. In the evening, witness a cultural performance at bagore haveli or enjoy a sunset view ambrai ghat.

Visit the Brahma temple, the only temple dedicated to lord Brahma in the world. Explore the vibrant streets of pushkar and shop for traditional Rajasthani items. Enjoy the serene atmosphere around the pushpar lake.



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