The Cultural Capital of India or the Royal State of India is one of the alluring tourist destinations in the world and it’s none other than Rajasthan itself. ‘The Land of Maharajas’ is famous for showcase the exuberant colors and cultures. . Rajasthan quite adheres to diverse traditions and rich cultures that is why fondly called the ‘Cultural Capital of India.’
Rajasthan’s history is as old as the Indus Valley and Harappan Civilisation. Kushans conquered and rules the tribal areas, Guptas are the powerful them and the Rajputana clan. In the 17th century the Rajput dynasty take over the state of Rajasthan and it was also known for the most growing era in the history of Rajasthan.
The Rajputs were warriors and under their rule, the state grew. Rajputs built Majestic historic structures including forts, palaces, and temples stroll around the sheets of Rajasthan. One of the most popular kings of Rajasthan was Maan Singh II. His wife, Maharani Gayatri Devi was one of the most beautiful ladies of India for which Indira Gandhi got jealous of her beauty and decided to accuse her of privy purse and finally went to the core of putting her behind the bars.
Rajasthan is becoming the leading state in wooing tourists. Especially for foreign tourists, it is a pleasant experience to visit this land of valor and courage, incorporating stories of sacrifice, sacrifice, penance, and sacrifice. While visiting Rajasthan, tourists not only want to see the history of Raja-Maharajas, their lifestyle, and the art culture of the state but also want to acquaint themselves with it. Tourist places in the state, along with art and culture, the rich literature here also attracts tourists.
UNESCO has included Jantar-Mantar of Jaipur in the World Heritage Site list. Proposals have sent to the Archaeological Survey of India Department of New Delhi from the Department of Tourism for the inclusion of Chittorgarh Fort and Kiradu Temple Group of Badmer in this list.
Apart from this, in order to register nomination of historical steps and forts located in the state on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, these are prepared to send.
The dossiers of Gagarin Fort, Jhalawar, Ranthambore, Sawai Madhopur, Kumbhalgarh, Rajsamand, Amer, Jaipur, and Chittorgarh Fort.
The colorful earth of Rajasthan is also unique. Somewhere there are the low Aravalli hills, then there are gurus and some plateaus and plains.
Huge forts like Chittaurgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Ranthambore, Lohagarh, and Balakila and the architectural architecture engraved on the fortifications and ancient Havelis, reflecting the history and valor of the King-Maharajas, touch the hearts of the tourists and introduce them to the pride of Rajasthan.
Sanctuaries like Ranthambore, Sariska Keoladeo, and Talchhapar attract wildlife and bird lovers. The cultural splendor is such that one who comes to Rajasthan once again wishes to come to this land.
Ethnically Maharani Gayatri Devi was born in a Koch Rajbongshi Hindu family and her father Maharaja Jitendra Narayan was the king of Coch Behar (then located in Assam). Maharani Gayatri Devi was an excellent rider and an ardent Polo player. She was also very fond of cars and was credited for importing the first Mercedes Benz W126.
She is a feature in Vogue magazine’s Ten Most beautiful women. Indian Girls to date follow her style statement as her dressing sense. She started various schools in Jaipur, out of which the most prominent one is Maharani Gayatri Devi Girl’s Public School.
Colors, complex designs, mirror works, jewelleries are what Rajasthan is famous for.
Men usually love to wear colorful turbans called ‘pagri’, the Jodhpuri Safa and Jaipuri Pagri are the two most popular variants of pagris used in Rajasthan. In some places, dhotis are considered to be the primary wear whereas pajamas are also quite popular. Classical jewelry and colorful clothing rule the lives of women in Rajasthan.
Sari is the traditional women – wear whereas Ghaghra is popular and are worn during festivals.
Diwali, Gangaur, Teej, and Makar Sankranti are some of the very revered festivals in India’s Desert Capital Rajasthani culture and are also quite inclined towards camels so the state hosts a number of events of camels.
Gangaur is the main festival of Rajasthan. Gangaur means Gana and Gaur means Shiva and Parvati, Shiva, and Parvati. This festival Chaitra Sudi lasts for 4 days. Kuvarini girls worship Gangaur to get a good groom and married women for unbroken good fortune. Gangaur of Jaisalmer is famous in Rajasthan.
the festival of Shravani Teej in Rajasthan is also celebrated with great enthusiasm. As soon as Shravan starts after the summer season, the gardens swing in the gardens, in the courtyards and backyards. On which women and children start swinging with fun.
Rajasthani prefer traditional food in spite of continental and western cooking Jalebis and Fafda are usually taken along with a glass of milk in the morning. Papad is a part of their daily. Not a single meal of Rajasthani will miss out on sweets as it’s their favorite.
Rajasthan is one of the most enriched states of the northern India region. It has become one of the most developed states in our country.