Get to Know The Royal Kingdom in Rajasthan - Pinch of Tradition Taste of Culture Explore the land of Maharajas.Raja means King and Sthan means place. Put together, Rajasthan is the Land of The Kings. Rajasthan is one of the most colourful states in the country with a wild concoction of culture, cuisine, music, and people are always looking forward to welcoming you while singing their favourite and famous song ‘padharo maharey desh’. Rajasthan, in spite of being a desert, has been endowed with such beautiful sites that include various palaces, forts and pilgrim centres that define what Rajasthan is. Rajasthan is famous for its prestigious past and its various customs and traditions. It truly gives an insight into historical India and its remarkable diversity. Explore the flavours of Food- Colossal forts and astounding palaces of Rajasthan are also blessed with lip-smacking cuisines. Definitely, these cuisines that can make anyone drool over them. Forget about gaining some extra calories because they are rich by preparation as the land is rich by the culture and tradition.Rajasthanis love their food and it is evident in their preparations. Dal Bati Churma and Laal Maas are the most famous dishes from the state. Every food enthusiast must have tasted them at least once. Your trip to Rajasthan is incomplete if you haven’t experienced their scrumptious dishes. A beautiful treat to hear Music- Rajasthan folk music can mesmerise anyone with its beautiful rythm and words. Folk music of Rajasthan is originated from emotions, stories and daily activities Rajasthani people. Maands are Rajasthans most sophisticated style of folk music and has come a long way from the time it was only sung in royal courts, in praise of the Rajput rulers. For small treats look puppet shows along with some musical fun. There is a diverse variety of music in every part of Rajasthan. Each region has its own folk entertainment, the dancestyles differ as do the songs. Forts that will take you back in time- Rajasthan is a huge state which is dotted with many forts to explore the rajputanas and archaeological history. Stepping from Alwar with a range of allvaris and entering into Jaipur famous forts like Amber, Jaigarh Nahargarh are center of attractions for tourists. Hawa Mahal is always Jaipur’s most-distinctive landmark. Udaipur have great Pratap’s historycalled Haldi Ghati. Not forgetting the only hills station of Rajasthan- Mount Abu which is blessed with epitome of beauty of Dilwara Temple. Jaisalmer- a goldencity is blessed with some great forts like Patwaon-Ki- Haveli. List is endless with some cities like chittor and Jodhpur. Capital of colourful Culture- Place where the royalty is style living. land where colours represent emptions. A land where celebrations know no boundaries and usher festivity among everyone. And a land that has endured its diverse range of cultures in the most benevolent ways. Moves and grooves of rajasthani Dance- Forms of folk dances which Rajasthan is enriched with are attractive, skillful and somewhat enjoyable by any age group. No doubt, the are popular all around the globe. The Ghoomar dance from Udaipur and Kalbeliya dance of Jaisalmer have gained international recognition.Folk music is a vital part of Rajasthani culture. Kathputli, Bhopa, Chang, Teratali,Ghindr, Kachchhighori, Tejaji, etc. are the examples of the traditional Rajasthani culture. A treasure trove of Handicrafts- Handicrafts, or even the art forms used in puppetry, culture of Rajasthan is truly inspiring for the entire world and a true delight for the eyes of the beholders. Tie-dye works, zari work, embroidery, mirror work on clothes, use of precious metals, and other metal works are some of the indigenous forms of Rajasthani traditional form of art and crafts.