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Published on March 12, 2014

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TOURISM IN RAJASTHAN  Submitted to  Asst.Prof.Sandeep Paatlan  Prepared by  Navneet Rana

INTRODUCTION Earlier rajasthan was known as Rajputana. Rajasthan has an area of 3,42,274 and is the largest state of country. It is situated in west of India. Rajasthan is bounded on the west by west Pakistan. On the north by Haryana, Punjab and the the union territory of Delhi. On the east by U.P. and M.P. and on the south by Gujarat. The western frontier consists Thar or the great Indian desert. Aravallis divided Rajasthan into two geographical divisions.

FESTIVAL & FAIRS Baneshwar Fair Brij Fair Camel Fair Chaksu Fair Desert Fair Elephant Festival Gangaur Fair Kolayat Fair

Cont… Marwar Festival Mewar Festival Nagaur Fair Navratri Pushkar Fair Sitla Mata Fair Summer Festival Teej Urs Ajmer Sharif

Camel Fair Bikaner

Desert Fair Jaisalmer

Rajasthani Attire SBJS KK The turban, variously called 'pagari', 'pencha', 'sela' or 'safa' depending on style, an 'angrakha' or 'achakan' as the upper garment and 'dhoti' or 'pyjama' as the lower garment make up the male outfit. Turban Styles Varying styles of turban denote region and caste. These variations are known by different names such as 'pagari' and 'saafa

Women's Attire Odhni It is 10 feet long and 5 feet wide, One corner is tucked in the skirt while the other end is taken over the head and right shoulder. Colours and motifs are particular to caste, type of costume and occasion. Both Hindu and Muslims women wear 'odhnis'. Pila An 'odhni' with a yellow background and a central lotus motif in red called a 'pila', is a traditional gift of parent to their daughter on the birth of a son. The vibrant and colorful land of Rajasthan, with hospitable and well-attired men and women add a splash of colour to the otherwise parched landscape

FOLK MUSIC & DANCE MUSIC:- Jikri Hele-ke-khyal Bam rasiya Dhola

DANCE Kalbelia Dance Ghoomar Dance The Kuchhi Ghodi Dance Gair Ghoomar Dance Fire Dance Drum Dance Terah Tali Dance Caari or pot Dance

Kalbelia Dance

Fire Dance

CUISINES Daal Bati & Churma Lachchhedar Paratha & Besan ki Missipuri Kair Sangri & Govind gatta Ghewar & Sattu Mishri Mawa & Malpua

The Images presented ahead in this presentation reveals the destinations most visited by tourists

The history of the city palace is closely linked with the history of Jaipur city and its rulers, starting with Maharaja Sawai Jai initiating construction of the city complex by building Singh II who ruled from 1699- 1744. He is credited with the outer wall of the complex spreading over many acres

Hawa Mahal  (Palace of Winds" or “Palace of the Breeze”), is a palace in Jaipur, India. It was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, and designed by Lal Chand Ustad in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god

Ranthambore National Park is full of history, having witnessed many battles played out on its land, and the rise and fall of many rulers. The chances of spotting a tiger in the wild at Ranthambore are amongst the best in India. In contrast with many national parks in India, Ranthambore is also really accessible and easy to get to. The landscape is dominated by the formidable 10th century Ranthambore Fort. It's a huge structure that contains ruined pavilions, splendid monuments, and three Hindu temples. Warning: Ranthambore is facing a lot of tourist pressure and safaris are not well managed.

Lake palace  It was built in 1743 1746 under the direction of the Maharana Jagat Singh II (62nd successor to the royal dynasty of Mewar) of Udaipur, Rajasthan as a royal summer palace and was initially called Jagniwas or Jan Niwas after its founder

Heritage Hotels Rambagh place Gorbandh palace

Cont…. Udai Vilas Place The Castle

Cont……. Mansingh Palace Laxmi vilas Palace

TOURIM TRAINS Palace on weels Heritage on weels

Destinations Covered Palace on wheels  AgrJaipur  Jaisalmer  Jodhpur  Sawai Madhopur  Chittaurgarh  Udaipur  This train does not operate in May , June , July

Rajasthan on Wheels Destinations Covered  Jaipur  Jodhpur  Agra  Chittorgarh  Khajuraho  Udaipur  SawaiMadhopuripur  Varanasi 8 Days / 7 Nights (Oct. 2012 - Mar. 2013) Day Place Arrival Time Departure Time Day 1, Sunday Delhi, Safdarjung - 05.30 PM Day 2, Monday Jodhpur 09.15 AM 04.30 PM Day 3, Tuesday Udaipur 07.00 AM 02.30 PM Day 3, Tuesday Chittorgarh 04.45 PM 10.00 PM Day 4, Wednesday Swai Madhopur 05.30 AM 9.15 AM Day 4, Wednesday Jaipur 11.30 AM 10.15 PM Day 5, Thursday Khajuraho (M.P.) 10.45 AM 08.00 PM Day 6, Friday Varanasi (U.P.) 07.00 AM 07.55 PM Day 7, Saturday Agra (U.P.) 10.00 AM 9.00 PM Day 8, Sunday Delhi 04.00 AM --

Tourism facts Rajasthan is the leading producer of milk in North India. Saras milk product brand of Rajasthan. TOURISM:- Tourism accounts for eight percent of the state's domestic product. Many old and neglected palaces and forts have been converted into heritage hotels. Tourism has increased employment in the hospitality sector. HANDICRAFT:- A spin-off of tourism has been the growth of the handicrafts industry.

EMINENT PERSONALITY BUSINESS MEN:- Jamnalal Bajaj Ghanshyam Das Birla L.N. Mittal Arvind Singh Mewar MUSIC:- Mehdi Hussan Late.Jagjeet Singh Pt.Viswa Mohan Bhatt Hussain Brothers Illa Arun

Cont… POLITICS:- Nathuram Mirdha Bhairon singh Sekhawat Jaswant singh K.Natwar singh Girija Vyas Rajesh Pilot Sheeshram Ola Krishan kumar Goyal Namonarayan Meena

Cont… SPORTS:- Salim Durrani Rajsingh Dungarpur Vikram Solanki Rajyawardhan singh Rathor Limba ram

REFERENCES  Google  Yahoo  Web


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