Rajasthan is a land of numerous attractions. Its diverse topography, its history from ancient times onwards, the multitude of rules and invaders; all have left an indelible stamp on the culture and heritage of Rajasthan. They have given Rajasthan a number of attractions in the form of palaces, forts, wildlife, national parks, rich flora, sand dunes, a beautiful hill station, and awe inspiring temples. Apart from these, even the richness of its art, architecture, music, dance and crafts is a major attraction that lures people in large numbers to this tourist-friendly state.
The cities of Rajasthan like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Bundi, Kota, Mount Abu, Bharatpur and Ajmer all have something to offer the discerning tourist. The lure of living like a Maharaja or a Maharani in its palace hotels is too much to resist. For the wildlife buffs, several of Rajasthan’s sanctuaries, viz. Ranthambore and Sariska are home to Project Tiger while the Keoladeo Ghana sanctuary at Bharatpur attracts the migrant Siberian Crane.
The Phichwai and Phad paintings, as well as its tie & dye and hand-block printed textiles also attract everybody. The paintings are collector’s items. Besides, these certain places in Rajasthan like Jaisalmer and Jodhpur have antique or made to look like antique furniture and stone carvings that are as fine as filigree among their attractions.
Camping inn the sand dunes and camel, horse and jeep safaris are among other attractions of Rajasthan.