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The villages print an idealistic culture and tradition of any country and hamlets in Rajasthan is an excellent bid that one can take for exploring the holy city. The state has been known for its riches, but not everything is glamour and gold, and once travelers are able to visit the hamlets then they can sense the reality.
The village life is juxtaposed with the city life and both are contrasting. But at the village, the villagers show utmost concern and affection and they live by the principle of �Vasudev kutumbakam� which is followed by India.
The Rajasthan Village Tour acquaints the travelers from the village lives of the people, their conduct in carry one with the livelihood, the festivals, and last but not the least, fairs. The fairs in Rajasthan have world recognition and they are visited by international tourists. The international tourists are the one who are continuously striving harder with participation in these festivals to know more about the Rajasthani and Indian culture.
Destination Covered: Delhi-Mukundgarh-Mandawa-Bikaner-Khimsar-Jodhpur-Sodawas-Narlai-Ranakpur-Udaipur-Deogarh-Roopangarh-Kunchaman-Jaipur (Chokhi Dhani)-Agra-Delhi
The tour starts with the visit to Delhi and the travelers are given the time to settle down at Delhi and then the tour reaches the next leg where they are given the chance to explore Delhi. The visit starts with Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar visit, Parliament House, Rajghat, India Gate, and then the trip heads to the state of Rajasthan.
The first destination is MukundGarh on day 3 and they are given the chance to explore the MukundGarh Fort. With vivid pictures, photos and lovely handicraft market, the travelers are able to explore the beauty of Rajasthan. At the same time, once the trip enters Mandawa(Shekhawati), the printed havelis and art galleries give ample time to the travelers and tourists to explore the likes of Rajasthan in the best way.
The real thrill starts at Khimsar and Bikaner, and if it is the month of Jan-Feb, one can witness the promising cattle fair. The cattle fair is the largest in the world and it is an exceptional treat to watch a huge crowd of cattle of different species being sold, taking part in the competition, and performing various acts and attractions to woo the tourists. The experience is beyond the words can describe and it is definitely the best experience to visit the villages of Rajasthan.
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Summary: Rajasthan Tourism brings village tour to help travelers understand the beauty of Indian Culture.