Things To Do In Rajasthan
Rajasthan has marked itself as one of the heavily visited tourist spot to Indian as well as foreign travelers. Enriched history of this Indian state has paired perfectly with the majestic beauty of its havelis and palaces. Rajasthan has every color in its treasure box to make your trip exotic and fun-filled. Once you are in Rajasthan, you can be anything but gloomy. Put behind all your worries and hardships behind when you are in the majestic and colorful land of Rajasthan. Apart from experiencing the royal heritage of Rajasthan, there are many other things to do here.
Shopping Some Handcrafted Items: From ancient time, Rajasthan is very popular for its handcrafted items like clothing apparels, jewelries, artifacts and decorative items. Every city of Rajasthan has its own set of treasures to loot. Lanes of the cities are overcrowded with people bargaining at shops to buy their necessities. Shopping in street shops can gain you with lots of saving which is very difficult to find in branded shops. Local vendors give attractive discounts on products if you know the art of bargaining. It is a sin not to fill your luggage with some typical Rajasthani dolls and decorative items when you are.
Find that Exquisite Piece of Jewelry: Being the “Land of Rajas and Maharajas”, Rajasthan has always offered women some of the most intricate styles of jewelry designing to bring the best out of every woman. This part of India is known for its vast collection of gems and jewelries. Kundan and Jaroa sets essential to complete any big fat Indian wedding. If you can't afford the real gems and precious stones, there are options for semi-precious stone studded jewelries. A single piece of Rajasthani neckless, bangle or finger-ring is enough to make a style statement. Treat yourself with a piece of bling from Rajasthan and stun the world with your aura.
Dune Bashing and Camel Safari: Your Rajasthan trip is incomplete if you don't go for the dune bashing and camel safari. The best place to do these is Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is quintessentially the desert city that offers several ways to enjoy in glittering sands of adjacent Thar Desert. It is best to take a typical camel ride while approaching the desert. While travelling on the back of camel, you can find some ruins of forts or abandoned habitats. As the sun goes down, you can see how desert gets painted in golden yellow which reminds you once again about the royal legacy of the place.