When in Rajasthan, act royal! The ancient temples, imperial forts and the calming lakes of the royal land - all point towards the bygone days of triumph and glory. The spirit of the state is always high, thanks to its zestful locals and vivacious traditions.
Rajasthanis love their food and it is quite obvious in their preparations. From the wide range of authentic rajasthani sweets such as katlis, imarti, mohanthal, and more, to the hot and juicy laal maas, daal baati choorma, and gatta curry - the list is endless. Their distinct celebrations during camel, desert and elephant festival speak of the state’s rich culture.
If the eerie gives you an adrenaline rush, then gather yourself and visit the Bhangarh Fort, near Alwar and Kuldhara Village near Jaisalmer - the most haunted places of India.
You can relish freshly-made local gulkand, sev, namkeens, and chana jor garam the place is famous for. The native artisans’ knack for carving the most must-have pieces of handicrafts is a not-so-known secret. Now that you know, get your hands on some exquisite pieces now.
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