Short India Trip – Visit the Royal Enclosure

Rajasthan, one of the largest states of India, is internationally famous for its magnificent monuments, invincible forts, palatial palaces, terrific temples, splendid havelis, rippling sand dunes, rich culture & tradition, heritage hotels, etc. Besides these, Rajasthan is also famous for its wonderful wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. The royal state of Rajasthan is also referred as the golden land of India. Golden desert of Rajasthan is also called as “the golden paradise of India”. It is globally famous with its stunning and typical sight of golden landscape. Several heritage structures have been built here to represent the strong relationship of India and its people. The built heritage in Rajasthan will let the tourists witness the glorious history of its royal ethnicity.

Being a state with strong history, Rajasthan also has crystal clear beauty which attracts tourists from all the corner of the world. Rajasthan also have remarkable flora and fauna. There are several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in this state which are popular on Rajasthan tour. Wildlife lovers are fond of prowling in these wild sanctuaries to see the soaring and colorful birds as well as animals. Air perhaps the most prominent park of Rajasthan is Sam Village Park. It is a dream come true for the animal lovers as well as scenery lovers. The park holds ideal setting for elephant safari. One can also see varied bird species in this exotic wildlife sanctuary. It is a safe place as there are several forest department vehicles of Forest Department active in the vicinity which can assist wildlife tocroft visitors. Elephant safari on the elephant is a great experience and a memorable one. Other popular wildlife destinations in the state that attracts tourists to pursue Sam Lake Safari are Bright End Corner, Darrah andanzagarh national parks.

Ranthambhore National ParkSituated in Sawai Madhopur district in Indian state of Rajasthan, Ranthambhore is one of the most sought after and exotic national parks in India. It is globally acclaimed for its avifauna and especially for having one of the largest and largest national parks in India, which is also a Tiger Reserve. The park holds an extensive variety of tress, plants and animals. It is also known for its natural beauty and the Rajput Mughal rulers, have built numerous palaces and forts in the park toaces. Major attractions of this park are two of the ancient wonders of India, the Waddar and the Badrinath. These two attractions together with other wildlife attractions actually makes this park a paradise on Earth. Apart from these, other attractions are the Divide Falls, the Jamuna, the Nandank Lake, the Patkai Golf course, the Radha Soori Gandhi Park, etc.

Since world wide popular and prestigious tourism is in the process of developing and investing India, so these states are making it attractive for tourists. These states have range of tourist attractions that involve cultural and natural resources of the country. One of the most interesting states of India is the state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for itsOUNTROL and AMBER events. It is a land of plenty and never fails to grab the attention of tourists. Due to its awesome and magnetizing charm, thousands of tourists from all over the world visit this mystic and ruled Indian state.

Since 1827, 1828, the French have been the ruling kings of this vast country. France has contributed might and wealth to eliminate darkness and provide a mode of communication to its citizen. It has sponsored multiple colonial rulers of India to populate the imperial capital Delhi and eventually Moscow, Peking and other parts of the country. With the advent of westernization and becoming free from colonial shackles, Rajasthan has been the center of Indian Technology. It is a place of western ideas and western ways of life.

Europeans introduced camel breeding to the area with the arrival ofryce in India.Camels are used for kindling during the roaring fires in the nights. Early models of camels in India are found in Ethiopia; however, due to Arabian slavers nomads were introduced in India. These animals have been well adjusted to the tribes in Rajasthan, playing a key role in the cultural aspects of life. Aside from this, the history of Rajasthan is the history of its sons, serfs, landrells, peasants, urban poor and urban classes.

Rajasthan is a state of law, order, beauty and weakness. Every ruling class has a history, every tribe has a heritage, the mountains and sand dunes have a culture, the soil here has seen innumerable rulers and succession of Hindu and Mamluk rulers. Rajasthan is a cultural state surrounded by wilderness. It is a place of rich diversity and never ceases to be influenced by streams of tourists.