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Tuesday, 25 September 2018 19:17

Golden Triangle Rajasthan Tour Package 14 Days

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Rajasthan-The historical kingdoms of the state created a rich cultural and architectural heritage, many of which can be seen today. Rajasthan is the largest state of India. The main geographic regions of the state include the Tar desert and the Aravalli mountain range, stretching from the southwest to the northeast of the state for more than 850 km. The northwestern part of the state is sandy and arid. A large part of this region is occupied by the Tar desert, which continues further into the territory of Pakistan. The Aravalli Range is not capable of capturing monsoons from the Arabian Sea since it runs parallel to the direction of these winds. Desert territories are inhabited very poorly, the largest city of these places is Bikaner. Between the Tar desert and the Aravalli ridge, there are thickets of thorny bushes. This region receives less than 400 mm of precipitation a year, temperatures can reach +44 ° C in summer and fall below 0 ° C in winter. The Aravalli Range and the lands lying to the east and southeast of the ridge are mostly more fertile and less arid. This region includes tropical broadleaf forests, including species such as acacia, teak, and others. The hilly region of Vagad is located in the extreme south of Rajasthan, on the border with Gujarat. This is the wettest and most wooded part of the state, the main cities of these places are Udaipur and Chittaurgarh. The east of the state occupies the region of Mewar, located near the borders with Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Here is the state capital - Jaipur. The east and southeast of Rajasthan are washed by the waters of such rivers as Banas and Chambal, in the Ganges basin. Forests occupy a very small part of the state territory, however, Rajasthan has a rich flora and fauna. Many species, Disappeared in other parts of India, such as the Indian Great Bustard, the Gharana, the Indian gazelle, the Indian kulan are abundant in the desert areas of Rajasthan. The economy of Rajasthan is based on agriculture and cattle breeding. Major crops include wheat, barley, legumes, oilseeds. Cotton and tobacco are also cultivated. Rajasthan is the second largest producer of oilseeds in the country and the largest producer of wool.

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  • Rates: Ask Us
  • Duration: 14D/13N
  • Includes: Cab, Hotels, Breakfast, Sightseeing
  • Not Included: Everything which is not included in "Includes"
  • Places Covered: Delhi-Mandawa-Bikaner-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur-Udaipur-Pushkar-Jaipur-Agra
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