Thar is a desert town and one and only desert in India which almost Covers 60% of Rajasthan, Thar Desert Safari ride is must visit
Top Tourist Places in Thar
- Kalo Dungar
- Desert National Park
- Kuldhara Abandoned Village
- Sam Sand Dunes Camp
- Thar Desert
- The Thar Heritage Museum
- Sudasari, Desert National Park
- Jaisalmer War Museum
Rajasthan is a district in India towards the North West Direction, It Shares its Border Along with Punjab, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi.
Its Geographical area is very high in entire India and also It Shares its Border along with Pakistan. Rajasthan has a history of being ruled by Many Kings from all religions especially Islamic and Jain Kings in the olden days around 1000 years back.
There are many Temples dedicated to Matha Kali, Lord Krishna, Shiva, and Many Buddhist and Jain Temples, The Only Bramha Temple is in Rajasthan, Pushkar.
Rajasthan is also called Registhan because of its heavy and abundant cultivation of Regi Fruits in the Desert, Almost 60% of the Rajasthan is Occupied by Desert Area which is shared by Gujarat and Pakistan equally.
Rajasthan is the only desert state in India and the Sand Dunes Safari must be never missed, Munabao and Tanot are the last places in India, and next will be Pakistan Border. Tanot Rai Matha Mandir even has a war museum that India Won during 1971.
Many Thakurs and Other Jain Kings ruled Rajasthan, They Built Many Stepwells during 2BC almost those step wells were the water source for the Area and also use to keep the temperatures of the surroundings cool by 20 degrees.
Chand Baroi is a famous stepwell, The Film Dark Knight Rises was shot here and also at Jodhpurs Mehrangarh Fort and Museum.
There are many forts and museums to Visit in Rajasthan like Hawa Mahal, Jaipur Fort, Jodhpur Fort, Udaipur Fort, and Lake City, and Many.
Rajasthan has wonderful architecture Temples and Many Stepwells and Lakes Constructed around, Cuisine of Rajasthan Involve spicy food and sweet as well.
The Tourism Department Contribute 40% to the GDP of Rajasthan, Rajasthan has 7th largest population in India, Lakes, Rivers, Museums, Forts, Palaces, Desert and Parks are worth a visit in Rajasthan