The people of Rajasthan are known for their culture which is nearly 5000 years old and which is a blend of tradition and history with the present contemporary lifestyle. There are lot of customs and traditions followed by the diverse population of the state and it adds to the embellishment of the culture of the people. The cultural heritage of the Rajasthani's are influenced by various.
Rajasthan has many beautiful Nuha artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life. Rajasthan was also called Rajputana (the country of the Rajputs); It has many tourist attractions and quality tourist facilities. This historical state of India attracts tourists and vacationers with its rich culture, tradition, heritage, and monuments.
Rajasthan is an anthropological mixture of people who come from varied variety of ethnic, economic, religious, social and cultural background. In the ancient times the caste of the person determined their profession. As times have changed it slowly has adopted a birth based caste system. Many caste and sub-caste reside in this grand state of Rajasthan. The warriors of the clan are the Hindu.The rich cultural heritage of the state is reflected in its impressive folk music and dances, different languages and dialects, the majestic forts, palaces, mansions and divinely holy places of religious worship, its multihued fairs and festivals, its tempting cuisines, and, above all, its inviting and cheerful people. Rajasthan is truly one such stop to experience all the hues of a healthy.The unique culture of Rajasthan has evolved as a result of the combination of various factors but geography of the Desert land has certainly played the dominant role in the evolution of the Rajasthani culture. Also famous as the land of Rajputs, the forts, palaces and Havelis of Rajasthan attract a large number of people from different parts.
Palace on Wheels (POW), a luxurious air-conditioned train service inaugurated in 1982 by Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation in collaboration with the Indian Railways, provides a unique and memorable experience to the tourists visiting Rajasthan. It has 14 Sallons decorated with royal taste and equipped with bath and shower, lounge, library, music channel, bar and a sophisticated pantry.Read More
Information on cultural heritage of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand is given. Details related to paintings, the art of 'aipan' and other art forms are provided. Information on fairs of Pithoragarh such as Jauljibi and Thal fairs, Mostamanu fair, Honkra Devi fair, Nandadevi fair is provided. Details about Chhipla Jaat, Chaittol, Kandali and Hilljatra are also available.Read More
Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, for both domestic and international tourists. Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, art and culture with its slogan 'Padharo mahare desh'. Every third foreign tourist visiting India travels to Rajasthan as it is part of the Golden Triangle for tourists visiting India.Read More
The Culture And Lifestyle Of Rajasthan. July 24, 2019. The northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent is what we today call Rajasthan. Embraced by the majestic Aravallis ranges, Rajasthan is the land of the famed Rajput rulers, whose legends of chivalry, romance and fidelity have been woven into folklores and ballads, echoing through the barren yet beautiful state. Rajasthan has played a.Read More
Rajasthan Police Rules, 1965. RJ162. Notification No. F. 16 (2) Home (A.Gr. 1) 65, dated April 12, 1965-In exercise of the powers conferred by sections 45 of and 46 of the Police Act, 1861 (Act V of 1861), as in force, and as applied to Ajmer area and the pre reorganisation State of Rajasthan, read with secs. 41 and 42 of the Madhya Bharat Police Act, Samwat 2007 (Madhya Bharat Act 76 of 1950.Read More
Introduction. Rajasthan Police at a Glance. Rajasthan emerged as a result of the merger of a number of former princely states and some parts of the British India. Prior to the merger almost all the princely states had their own independent police forces having their own systems of administration and each police force was linked with the individual Rulers of these States. With the emergence of.Read More
At a distance of 278 km from Jodhpur, 329 km from Bikaner, 493 km from Udaipur, 538 km from Ahmedabad, 555 km from Jaipur, and 762 km from Delhi, Jaisalmer is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It lies in the heart of Thar Desert and is also one of the most visited tourist places in Rajasthan.Jaisalmer is the largest district in Rajasthan and shares an international border with Pakistan.Read More
Source The culture of Haryana dates back to the Vedic times and the natives are known for their rich cultural heritage. Being a traditional society, the state has its own social beliefs and practices. Despite the influences from the Mughals and then the British, Haryana has retained its ancient heritage and continues to be the flag bearer of its traditions. From its ancient art forms to their.Read More
Brief About Rajasthan. Rajasthan which is also known as the “Land of Maharajas” is the largest state of India, covering an area of about 342,239 sq. km. It comprises of 33 districts and its largest city is Jaipur, which is also its capital. Being located on the western side of the country, it shares its border with Pakistan to its northwest and to the west it shares its border with Sindh.Read More
Rajasthan Culture A combination of geography, history and lifestyle of the people make the culture of Rajasthan a unique and so very distinct from others. The unique culture of Rajasthan has evolved as a result of the combination of various factors but geography of the Desert land has certainly played the dominant role in the evolution of the Rajasthani culture.Read More