A state which welcomes you with tune of ‘Padhaaro Maare Desh’(Come to My Land),Rajasthan allures the rich culture and history of India. Most of us know Rajasthan as a state of  pulsating folk dance and music, jaw dropping forts and havelis ,and the pride of Rajasthani men, mooch(Moustache) and women with Ghagras(Long skirt) and Silver jewelry. But what makes the state distinctive and popular is its cuisine. Thus making it a fantastic place to explore

How to reach

how to reach

There are six main airports at Rajasthan – Jaipur International Airport, Jodhpur Airport, Udaipur Airport and the recently started Ajmer Airport, Bikaner Airport and Jaisalmer. These airports connect Rajasthan with the major cities of India such as Delhi and Mumbai. There is another airport in Kota but is not open for commercial/civilian flights yet.

Rajasthan is connected with the main cities of India by rail.[46] Jaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Alwar, Abu Road and Udaipur are the principal railway stations in Rajasthan. Kota City is the only Electrified Section served by three Rajdhani Expresses and trains to all major cities of India. There is also an international railway, the Thar Express from Jodhpur (India) to Karachi (Pakistan). However, this is not open to foreign nationals.

Rajasthan is well connected to the main cities of the country including Delhi, Ahmedabad and Indore by State and National Highways and served by Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC)[47] and Private operators. Now in March 2017,75 per cent of all national highways being built in Rajasthan according to the public works minister of Rajasthan.