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Rajasthan’s Cultural Heritage
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Forts and Palaces
The forts of Rajasthan are amongst the foremost in
the country, incorporating the special features
elabo...
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Culture & heritage tourist attraction in india

Cultural and Heritage Tours India is the multicolored and vibrant, a land as varied as its people. The cultural variety is in the form of dances, languages, religions, people, their traditions and festivals. For more details visit our website :- http://www.visittnt.com

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  2. 2. Rajasthan’s Cultural Heritage More info :- http://www.visittnt.com The literal meaning of the word ‘Rajasthan’ or ‘Rajisthan’ is ‘Rajdhani’ i.e. the capital. It was in 1829 that Col. James Tod in his monumental work The Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan first extended the denotation of the term to include the entire state. Before independence, Rajasthan comprised twenty-one principalities and two self governing feudal houses with Ajmer-Merwara – a British domain situated in the Center. Among the twenty-one States were Udaipur, Dungarpur, Banswara, Pratapgarh, Shahpura, Bundi, Kota, Sirohi, Karoli, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Alwar, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kishangarh, Jhalawar, Datan, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Tonk and Palanpur. The feudal houses were Kushalgarh and Lava, of these, Datan and Palanpur were amalgamated in Gujarat while the rest formed the modern state of Rajasthan.
  3. 3. Forts and Palaces The forts of Rajasthan are amongst the foremost in the country, incorporating the special features elaborated in ancient texts on construction of forts. Thus there are the ‘Kavsees’ and ‘Jeev rakha’ that have the advantages of both sentinel towers or bases and embrasures. Noteworthy among the rock fortresses, ‘Giri Durg’ of Rajasthan is Chittorgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Ranthambore, Siwana, Jalore, Mehrangarh (Jodhpur), Taragarh, Aamer, Rajgarh, Dausa and Kuchaman. Outstanding among the ‘Jal Durgs’ (i.e. forts erected in water) is Gagron fort near Jhalawar, built on the confluence of the rivers Ahu and Kali Singh. Besides these, there are some well-known forts constructed in level plains, like the forts of Jaisalmer, Junagarh (Bikaner), Nagaur and Chomu. It is not only the architecture beauty, the imposing structure and reputed invincibility of the forts, but also the legends of chivalry associated with them that attract the tourist. More info :- http://www.visittnt.com
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