Explore the Colorful Land with Rajasthan Tour

Rajasthan is the biggest state and one of the popular destinations of India. The wildlife safari, historical Places and heritage enrapture visitors of across the globe. Rajasthan is covered by Jaipur, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Agra and Delhi. All these makes the beauty of Rajasthan unique and amazing Rajasthan.

You can enjoy an affordable Rajasthan Holiday Tour Provide offers the cultural program that you are able to see if you trip to Colorful Land with Rajasthan.Many cities and districts are there in Rajasthan include this City of Palaces and forts a perfect place to find the richness & royalness of the people.



Rajasthan Desert Tour

Coloured cities of Rajasthan

 Evenings at Neemrana Fort



Rajasthan Cuisines- The Best Of Rajasthan Unlimited

If you want to have a taste of the royalty and their yummy delicacies, then head to Rajasthan without wasting a single minute. The mouth-watering delicacies of Rajasthan, will surely leave you asking for more. Prepared in pure ghee, dishes like daal batti churma, or lal maans prepared with lots of different spices, these cuisines will surely tempt your tongue.

These days as more and more travelers are coming to this state for traveling, these cuisines have left a mark on them. Even we can also say that these days they are a hot topic of the news in Rajasthan.

So next time you are in Rajasthan do gorge on delicious and yummy cuisines of Rajasthan. And while you are there do enjoy the folk Rajasthan dances. And if you have time do try out different mehndi designs on your palm.


Rajasthan, a land of several colors, ancient palaces, forts, beautiful traditional costumes, yummy local cuisines and golden sand dunes, is definitely the place to be. The people of Rajasthan believes in the saying 'Athiti Devo Bhava' means The Guest is like God which is true in every sense.

Rajasthan is a state of rich ancient heritage reflected in its palaces and forts, that are the living example of the grandeur of the Kings who once ruled this land.

Apart from them the golden sand of the Thar desert, is surely a retreat for the eyes of the travelers. Just imagine the cool wind during the evening time, while you are having a camel safari, simply amazing.

Apart from these heritage marvels, Rajasthan is also known for several fairs and festivals that are celebrated here with full flair.

And the mouth watering cuisines of the state has no competition.

So just book your tour to Rajasthan and experience the magic of the state with Rajasthanunlimited.


Rajasthani Dance

The traditional Rajasthani dances have their own significance, performed on special occasions an festivity. Each dance of Rajasthan has its own charm, performed wearing colorful costumes and with expressions.

Popular Forms of Rajasthani Dances

Ghoomar Dance

Bhavai Dance

Gair Dance

Chari Dance


Colourful Rajasthan tour

If any body wants to shaken up the senses then there is not a second option like to visit Rajasthan. There is so much variety in the state that people get overwhelmed by its culture, co lour, people, architecture and history. Not only the Indians but tourists all over the world longs to explore the land of rajas. A trip to this land of Royal Rajas give the life a new experience.

Rajasthan is a fascinating state in the north of India. The vast desert, majestic Aravalli, Forts and palaces, lush green and varied wild life and lots of fairs and festivals have made the state an unique one. The different cities of the state display different back ground. The famous cities of the state are Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Ajmer, Pushkar and a few more. Rajasthan is full of festivals. And the different festivals show the different aspect of Rajasthan. Infact the different festivals of Rajasthan are the splendid opportunity to acquire an insight in to the life of Rajasthasn. The various colourful festivals of Rajasthan are Pushkar Fair, Pushkar, Desert Festival, Jaisalmer, Elephant Festival, Jaipur, Gangaur Festival, Marwar Festival, Jodhpur, Camel Festival, Bikaner, Teej Festival, Jaipur, Nagaur Fair, Nagau, Baneshwar Fair, Baneshwar, Mewar Festival, Udaipur, Urs Ajmer Sharif, Ajmer, Summer Festival, Mount Abu. And these signifies the rich culture of Rajasthan. The different festivals of Rajasthan display different colour and beliefs of life.

Music, dance, puppet show of Rajasthan are world famous. A trip to the any of the cities of Rajasthan shows their love of music. Every where in the evening the favourite pastime is music. Since the inception it has been observed that the people of Rajasthan has great love for music even in the famous palaces and forts of Rajasthan had great arrangements for them. Speaking about the forts and palaces, these are majestic. The famous forts and palaces of Rajasthan are - Amber Fort, Junagarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jaisalmer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort. Palaces are - Jai Mahal Palace - Jaipur, Lake Palace Udaipur, Umaid Bhawan Palace Hotel Jodhpur, Lalgarh Palace Bikaner. All the forts and Palaces spell the saga of Rajput and Mughal.

A tour to Rajasthan includes so many things that tourists never get boared. One such never miss activity in Rajasthan is camel safari in Thar Desert. It is an amaizing experience. People get spell bound after such safari. Rajasthan is also known as shoper's delight. The handi crafts, artificial jewelery, fabrics everything are very unique and colourful.There is no denying the fact that in a trip to the Rajasthan people can taste every colour of life along with the mouth watering dishes of that region.


Organic farming in the Sekhwati region.

Famous for Havelis and Mensions Sekhwati in Rajasthan is becoming famous for its organic food. Spread over 1,3784 sq km in Sekhwati comprising the districts of Jhunjhunu, Nawalgarh, Sikar, Churu and portions of Mandawa and Nagaur. Nearly 15000 farmers in the region have opted organic farming which will cut over head costs and improve the quality of food.

The interesting fact is that the farmers are not only selling their products across the country but also supplying these organic spices and vegetables to the different havelis-turned tourist resorts in the region. More over this flourishing farming has encouraged the farmers to set up rural tourist resorts made of thatched huts and nature trails. This has really done a great help to the tourism department to to satisfy the increasing number of tourists. These resort provide a homely atmosphere along with pure food. The charge of these resorts between Rs.475 and Rs.500 for a night, depending on the kind of huts the tourist opt for.

Organic farming has shown a new light to this region. The farmers have been introduced to the foreign buyers through internet by the foundation which trained them. And this has really made their livelihood more sustainable. The head of Rural Research Foundation Kamal Morarka told that they realized that the cost of inputs was lower than conventional farming and the production was better so they encouraged the farmers to cultivate and sell organic products through a separate company - a Morarka retail outlet,"

The farmers are growing there organic summer vegetables like corn, brinjals, tomatoes, radish, cabbages, chillis, onions, carrots, gram, coriander, wheat, mustard, and different spices and bajra. They are also trying to increase the soil fertility for crops by using vermi-compost, cow urine, neem, leaf extracts of plants like okra, dhatura (native flowers) and asafoetida. Rural Research Foundation found that the farmers save up to 30 percent by growing their vegetables and grain organically. Every year new farmers are registering themselves for organic farming and since 6 years 30,000 farmers in Rajasthan have switched to organic farming. Simultaneously the tourism sector in that region is flourishing with pure platter.



Founded by Maharaja Bahada Rao in the 13th century, Barmer is a small town yet unbelievably lively. Even though this town experience harsh climate and a tough geographic feature, still people carry on with their life without any fuss. Barmer is popular for rich traditional crafts, dances and music. Wood carving, pottery, carpets, intricate embroidery work, block printed fabrics and multi- hued traditional costumes are some of the popular items found in this tiny town. Folk music of Barmer is quite mystic and will have soothing effect on you. The Bhopas or priest singers who are found in large number at Barmer, composes music paying tribute to deities of area and the war heroes.

Another popular folk musician of area belongs to a community known as Muslim Dholis(drummers) who earn their livelihood from music. This town was an important trade route during old days. While on a tour in Barmer, visitors can observe rural Rajasthani villages with mud-walled houses embellished with folk motifs and colourfully dressed villagers. Numerous fairs and festivals are held through out the year in Barmer. The most popular of them is Tilwara cattle fair which is held every year in the month of March at Tilwara village located near the bank of river Luni.

Main Attractions

Barmer is laced with some interesting tourist attractions. Each of these tourists site tells tale of their own which will mesmerize the visitors.

Chintamani Parasnath Jain Temple: Situated in the western part of Barmer, this temple offers breathtaking sight of area as it is perched atop the hill. Built around 12th century this temple is devoted to Jain Tirthankara Parasvanath. The most unique part of this temple are various decorative paintings that encompasses the interiors of the complex.

Siwana Fort: Located at a distance of 151 km this fort was built by popular Panwar ruler Raja Bhoj's son Veernarayan. Though with time this fort has been damaged a lot, still it house a beautiful pond within the complex. It is believed that Delhi sultanate Alauddin Khilji cornered this fort in the 14th century but meet with stiff resistance from the local ruler.

Kiradu Ancient Temple: Situated in the Hathma village, the inscription of this ancient temple dates back to 1161 A.D. The inscription describes that Kiradu was once known as Kiratkoop and used to be the capital of Panwara dysnasty.

Nakoda Temple: Parshvanath temple of Nakoda is considered to be one of the important Jain teerth centres of India. This teerth is always teemed with the pilgrims through out the year. Situated atop the high hill, there is a black stone image of Jain saint Parshvanath and idol of Shri Parshwanath Bhagwan. These images are very attractive and followers believe they posses magical power. It is a popular believe here that this temple was built some 2300 years ago by a twin brothers namely Veersen and Nakorsen.

Other than these, Barmer has many more interesting tourist attractions to offer. Innumerable number of interesting and surprising tourist attractions awaits you in this sleep town of Rajasthan.