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The magnificent state of Rajasthan has a potpourri of amazing forts and palaces intermingled with colorful bazaars and vibrating festivals. The potpourri of sand dunes and lush green forests where you can take safaris which will bring you close to nature where you can see the king of the jungle taking a stroll with elephants and exotic birds as company. The culture and heritage of Rajasthan is unparalleled, the amazing architecture with bygone relics adds to the zing of Rajasthan. The legends of romance and heroism add that perfect ingredient to this unparalleled place known as Rajasthan.

The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur which is also known as the pink city because of the façade of the city, which is painted a cheerful pink. It is situated in the eastern plains of the state, which also houses the Ranthambhore National Park; famous for its tigers and wild bird spotting.

Rajasthan has a mix of people and communities; it is an interesting mix of Bhils, Minas, Lohars, Sahariyas, Rabaris, Banjaras and the Rajputs.
These people are the indigenous people of Rajasthan and are associated with different walks of life.

Rajputs were the warriors and the most influential people in this state of Rajasthan. The Bhils are amazing archers and are found in the Bhilwara, Chittaurgarh, Udaipur, Sirhoi and Banswara. The Minas is the largest population of Rajasthan and live in Dholpur,Alwar, Bharatpur and Jaipur. Lohars are a tribe of nomads who travel using bull carts they are proficient ironsmiths and welders as well. Sahariyas are mainly in the Marble district of Rajasthan Kota. Rabaris are mainly cattle farmers and there cows are there wealth they are mainly clustered around the Marwar region. Banjaras or nomads are distance relatives of the nomadic tribes of central Asia and they are normally artisans or traveling traders.
Rajasthan has Sunni Muslims though they form less then 10% of the population of this diverse and fascinating state.

The western Rajasthan is covered by the Thar Desert and was once ruled by the kingdoms of Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer. Makrana is the largest producer of sandstone and marble and it’s next door to Jodhpur. The irrigation of the this part of Rajasthan is done by the Indira Gandhi Canal   

The north is famous for Shekhawati with its amazingly painted havelis in the midst of semi arid land.

The south is hilly with forestation which has the amazing Jain temples at Dilwara and Ranakpur situated in Mount Abu and the spectacular forts, palaces and lakes in and around Udaipur.

The Aravalli Range which is the oldest folded range in the world bisects the great state of Rajasthan from Northeast to Southwest. The total area of the state is 132,047 sq miles. The main river is Chambal River. The main source of water are deep wells or cleverly constructed dams which are used for irrigating fields and are even a source of drinking water.

The state economy is mainly agricultural tobacco, sugarcane, cotton; oilseeds and pulses are the major cash crops. There are rich salt deposits at sambhar and copper mines at dariba and khetri.

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