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Rajasthan and her People

Page Last Updated: October 31, 2016

With an area of 342,239 square miles, Rajasthan is a large state in northwestern India (see: Map of Rajasthan). It is the homeland of the Rajputs, who are known for their chivalry, valor and heroism. In battle, the Rajputs preferred death to dishonor, while in friendship they were generous to a fault. In ancient times, this land was known as Rajaputana. The present state of Rajasthan has been formed by the union of twenty-two former princely states such as Udaipur, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer. The Aravali mountain range divides the state into eastern and western halves. Rajasthan has a large expanse of rocky land and sandy desert interspersed with forest and fertile tracts. It has burning sands, shimmering lake palaces, innumerable temples, and fortresses. The hardships of the desert have inspired rich color and pageantry amongst its people.

Rajasthan Travelogue

Kamat travels from his home town in Northern Karnataka to a rural place in Rajasthan. Through these slow paced and detailed travel narration, enjoy the intricate and complex details that constitute the Indian social and political system. [more]

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See Also:

References:

  • K. L. Kamat, Na Rajasthanadalli, Akshara Prakashana, 1974
  • K. L. Kamat, The Timeless Theater , 1999
  • Govt. of India, The Temples of Rajasthan

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A Rajasthani PavilionThe Ambar Palace, RajasthanThe Aravali Mountain Ranges in RajasthanWater Wells are Hubs of Activity in RajasthanWater Being Transported
A Wedding Procession in RajasthanCouple Rides Camel on a Sand-duneTown of Jobner, RajasthanTie Dyeing (Bandani) of Sarees, RajasthanWedding Procession (<i>barat</i>)
Brahmins Bathing in a Public TapA Typical Hut, RajasthanWoman Going to Well to Fetch WaterMan Vending SnacksThe Fortune Teller
Roadside LocksmithJaipur - Amber PalaceThe Jewelry of a Rajasthani WomanInside Hawa MahalAmbar Palace Tank and Pavilion

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