About Rajasthan :A royal destination of Raja and Maharaja, Rajasthan is situated in the north-west part of the country and bordered by Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. The state also shares its border with Pakistan. The state has a region of 132,140 square miles and the capital city is Jaipur.
Rajasthan is comparatively dry and barren place. It is a home of the Thar Dessert, also known as the Great Indian Desert. Its southern part consists of wetter, hilly and more fertile. A huge diversity is found throughout the Rajasthan. On normal winter temperatures vary from 8 degree to 28 degree centigrade and in summer temperatures vary from 25 degree to 46 degree centigrade. Normal rainfall also differs; the western deserts build up about 100mm yearly, while the southeastern division of the state obtains 650mm yearly, most of which falls from July through September at the time of the monsoon season.
The chief attraction of Rajasthan is the huge desert of Thar, mountain ranges of Aravalies and heritages like forts, temples, palaces and monuments build by the Rajput Rajas and Maharajas.
Ajmer Division : Home of globally famous Brahma Temple and tomb of the Sufi saint Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti.
Bharatpur Division : Mostly visited by Keoladeo national Park
Bikaner Division : Recognized for its delicious sweets.
Jaipur Division : Known as the capital of Rajasthan.
Jodhpur Division : Presents blue scenic view for travelers.
Kota Division : Known for its exotic landscapes
Udaipur Division : Admired for lakes and palaces
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