Rajasthan, a north-western state in India, has a lot of royal history attached to it. Thus, it is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. Once part of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, the region has seen a lot of human activity for thousands of years. The beauty lies in the fact that you can still witness the history and royalty of the state in pristine conditions. As innumerable rulers of various destinations have ruled the region, there are hundreds of forts, palaces, havelis, temples, mosques, gardens and other historical structures of different eras, spread across the state.
The popular cities that witnesses the maximum number of tourists are Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh, Bikaner, Ranthambore and Pushkar, among many other cities. Rajasthan is not just all about forts, palaces and historical structure. The state offers a wide range of activities for people to enjoy with desert safaris and sand bashing in Jaisalmer, jungle safaris in Ranthambore and adventure activities like zip lining, hot air ballooning, paragliding and water sports as well. As many palaces and havelis have been renovated and made into hotels and resorts, you can enjoy and explore the state of Rajasthan in the most luxurious manner there is.
Due to the geographical position and the presence of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan has some of the harshest summers in India. Therefore, the best time to visit Rajasthan is once the summers go, i.e. you should visit the state in any of the months between August and March. You can experience pleasant weather conditions during this period and can explore the state to the fullest. Furthermore, various fairs and festivals take place during this time in places like Pushkar, Bundi, Kumbhalgarh Chandrabagha, Ranakpur, etc. Thus, you can experience the traditions, cultures, local cuisines that has stayed true to its origin even today.