Rajasthan is the largest state of India, also known as “The Land of Kings”. Rajasthan is situated in the North-west part of India and is mostly the Desert, The ‘Thar Desert’ also called “The Great Indian Desert”. The surrounding States of Rajasthan are Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Utter Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab. The State of Rajasthan covers 10.4% of the total Indian Land. Rajasthan capital: the Jaipur city also known as pink city. Rajasthan has a pleasant environment during most of the months. Other thing about Rajasthan is it have one of the oldest mountain range known as Aravali range. Aravali range of Rajasthan also features a beautiful place ‘Maunt Abu’ also famous for its Dilwara tamples and udaipur the lake city surrounded by mountains very picturesque place to have any ceremonial activity.
The thing about Rajasthan, that it also features two wildlife centuries specially for tigers known as Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore. Earlier Rajasthan was known as Rajputana which was later renamed as Rajasthan on 30 march 1949. The Aravali Range and the Thar desert constitutes the major portion of Rajasthan land. The Desert national Park of Jaiselmer shows the extreme conditions in which an eco-system can operate in a maintained way.
Rajasthan features a wide climatic conditions from arid to semi arid. In summer season, the temperature gets on the hotter side and in winter, places like Maunt abu reaches near freezing point and deserts become scenic place to visit. The rainfall is also diverse in the state of Rajasthan and varies from 150 mm in dry places to 1000 mm in some places but the average stands at 200-400 mm. July to September are the month when the majority of mansoon time is expected in Rajasthan.
The road, rail and air connectivity is almost at par with the best in the country. This section will guide you in reaching rajasthan by various means of transport available from other places in India. Rajasthan is directly connected to all major cities of whole the globe.The nearest international airport to Rajasthan is Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI), at New Delhi, about 250 KM. There are regular flights to Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur in Rajasthan. There are direct superfast and other express trains for Rajasthan from all the corners of the countryi. Daily superfast trains connect to Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Udaipur,kota.
Rajasthan As a Wedding Destination
Popular for its fort and palace attractions, Rajasthan has emerged as a globally famous destination for royal wedding ceremonies in India. Couples from all around the world visit this royal Indian state to celebrate their marriage ceremonies. Several celebrities and business tycoons have celebrated their marriage ceremonies in Rajasthan in royal way i.e liz huley,Brad pitt,Eros international,russel brand.