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What it's like to travel to Rajasthan

February 29, 2016, 6:45 pm | This story has an Influence Score of 476

By PreAcquaint

Written by Suresh Godara

Traveling Rajasthan.

It is hot.

It is cold.

It is colorful. It is to enjoy the colors of life.

It is yellow. (Jaislamer City)

It is pink. (Jaipur City)

It is blue. (Jodhpur City)

It is white. (Udaipur City)

It is majestic. (Chittorgarh Fort)

It is grand. ( Mehrangarh Fort)

It is royal. (Royal Rajasthan on Wheels)

It is wild. ( Ranthambhore National Park)

It is gentle.

It is musical.

It is dance-ical. (Ghoomer re, Ghoom, Ghoom)

It is tasty. (Dal -batti Churma)

It is sweet. (Ghewar)

It is spicy. ( Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada)

It is scary. It is haunted. (Bhangarh: Most haunted in India)

It is lovely. (Chambhal valley, Kota)

It is artistic. ( Delwara Jain Temple)

It is pride and valour. (Rana Pratap)

It is Devotional. (Only Rat temple)

It is a breathtaking experience .

It is Rajasthan.

It is a life time experience and memories to care for. It isthe Land of Kings, the land of colors. It is the most inhabited desert of the world, not only by a chance.

It’s the beauty to see, to observe, to feel and to be part of.

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