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Popular Restaurants of Rajasthan 
 
A trip to Rajasthan is never complete unless you have tried and tasted the famous restaurants of this amazingly glorious state. We have mentioned in this post 6 most loved and unique restaurants in Rajasthan. No matter how tight your schedule is, do not forget to try these awesome restaurants during your trip to Rajasthan.

i) Latitude, Jodhur: Amidst the traditional ambiance enjoy the famous Indian dishes in this wonderful Jodhpuri restaurant.
Address: 5, Residency Road, Jodhpur 342 001, India
ii) Handi: Want to get a taste of Mughal touch in Tandoories and Barbeque dishes? If yes then head straight towards Handi. Be it the kebabs or the tandoories or any other chicken item, you will fall in love with this place.
Address: 18, Gautam Marg, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021
iii) Sheesha: If you love eating in the open, then sheesha is the ideal place for you. They provide roof top dining facility with quality food. Seekh Kabab is a must try here.
Address: Sheesha in M.I. Road, Jaipur 380001
iv) Neel Kamal, Udaipur: Finger licking food along with breath taking view, Neel kamal is a perfect place to give a treat to your taste buds while enjoying a serene and unique ambiance.
Address: Taj Lake Palace, P.O. Box 5, Lake Pichola, Udaipur
iv) Yummy Yoga, Udaipur: This list would never be complete without the mention of Yummy yoga, a restaurant with an out of the box concept which mixes quality food with entertainment. Yummy yoga is a place where you can play guiter, use the library, surf the internet and chill out with friends and family lazing in big cushions and pillows.
Address: Brahmpol Rd | Ambamata, Udaipur 313001, India
v)* Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner:* For most of the people from different cities a visit to this 15th century palace turned hotel/restaurant is must! Get a royal treatment along with finger licking dishes.
Address: Dr. Karni Singhji Road, Lal Garh campus, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001
vi) The Trio, Jaisalmer: If you are at Jaisalmer do not forget to dine at the famous Trio Restaurant. Good food at reasonable price along with a pleasant ambiance is what Trio is all about.
Address: Mandir Palace,Gandhi Chowk, Near Bank of Baroda, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

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I am really thankful to Rahul and the MBA dream team for helping me realize my dreams. I am a reapplicant from last year. After getting rejected in all of my applications last year, I was not sure if I would be able to fulfil my ambitions. It was then that I came across Rahul. He was really friendly and interactive and provided immense support and guidance. He identified the USPs in my profile and helped me submit a strong application. He helped chose colleges for me to apply to based on my profile and and I got invited to interview from almost all of those colleges. He also conducted mock interviews and my chance of getting admitted increased dramatically. I now have two admits from Rotman school of management and Tippie school of business. I would have to say that Rahul and his team played a very big part in my success and I would recommend MBA dream to any wishful applicant hoping to pursue an MBA in the near future.
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Rahul has been like a mentor for me ,for the last 4,5 months ,If there is one person you can trust in the world as far as getting great consultancy is concerned it is him.This I can say from first hand experience. Rahul's biggest plus point is he is like a friend,philosopher and guide .Generally any MBA aspirant is extremely tense when they start the application process.Through Rahul's help not only will you be able to get control over your nerves,but his guidance will help you progress fast in your application process,since many deadlines almost collide in the months of September and October.Apart from this I would specially like to highlight his essays.He and his editor are some of the best in the world according to me when it comes to editing,that is precisely the reason that ,so many students go to top tier MBA

programs every year under his guidance.MyNotreDame admit was possible because of Rahul's help.We had a very short turn around time as I had applied in early decision and I can remember us working together till 12:45 on the submission night.Go with what Rahul tells you.Ultimately his guidance and your gut feel will make the difference. Believe what I am saying ,trust me on this and you will come out on top.
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Important Facts & Figures of RajasthanCapitalJaipurMain LanguagesHindi, Marwari, RajasthaniFamous cuisinesDaal Bati churma, Gewar, Laal Maas, Gatte ki sabjiPopulation68,621,012 (2011 census)Official websitehttp://www.rajasthantourism.gov.in/Literacy68%Districts33Airports3The state of Rajasthan has a never ending list of interesting facts. We have summarized a few important facts and information about the state to help you get a clear picture about the state. The first thing that comes in mind when we talk of Rajasthan is its rich cultural heritage and a glorious past. As mentioned earlier this land of kings and warriors showcases some of the most remarkable architectures of bygone era. Famous temples, monuments, forts and archaeological museums form the base of Rajasthan tourism. Apart from these, sanctuaries and local handicrafts also attract a large number of tourists every year.
Food: As with other things the food is also unique in this unique Indian state. Be it the Dal-baati, Besan-Chakki, Panchkoota, Laapsi or sweet dishes like Ghevar, Churma, Besan Chakki or Jhajariya, you simply cannot resist yourself from diving into these.
Climate: Rajasthan experiences two extremes of temperature during respective part of the year. While the months of November to February remains cold the months from April to September remains under the grip of scorching heat. The nights are however cooler in summer.
Location: Located in the western part of the country the state of Rajasthan is bounded by Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. It shares international boundary with Pakistan.
Religion: Hindus are majority in Rajasthan followed by Muslims and Jain. Apart from these major religions Christians, Sikhs and Buddhists also reside in small numbers. One remarkable fact about Rajasthan is that there prevails good communal harmony among people of different religions.
*Festivals: *All major Indian festivals are celebrated with equal enthusiasm in this state. Starting from Holi, Diwali, Dusshera to Id and a number of unique fairs like camel festival, elephant fair, Mewar festival and many more, this state is busy in celebration throughout the year.

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E-Rajasthan.com is a collaborative effort to promote the culture, business and tourism in Rajasthan . It is also an initiative to aware people about a great history of Rajasthan Rajasthan always considered as a land of rich culture, attracting beauty and charm, which has attracted more.
http://www.e-rajasthan.com
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All about Amber Fort Written by ankita sharmaBuilt in the 16th century by Raja Shri Maan Singh JI Saheb’ (Maan Singh I) (December 21, 1550 – July 6, 1614) the magnificent fort, popularly known as the Amber Fort of Jaipur needs no formal introduction. The fort reflects the age of kings and princes and the battles fought for glory. The glorious past of Rajput warriors can be seen in the paintings and wall cravings.

‘Diwaan-e-Aam’ and ‘Diwaan-e-Khaas’
Diwan-e-Aam refers to the big hall open from three sides which was meant for interaction of the king with the general public while Diwaan-e-khaas was specially dedicated to only selective guests of the king. Here it is worth mentioning that royal guests were given special treatment by the king.

‘Sukh Niwaas’ (Sukh Mandir)
Sukh Niwas is where the kings used to relax in the company of their beloved queens and mistress. It is in this hall that the kings spent quality isolated time with their close ones away from the chaos of the world. It had a water channel which was designed to keep the room cool during summer season. The continuous air flow from outside along with the water served well to maintain artificial cooling during those days.

Other Major attractions of Amber includes Ganesh Pol, Jaleb Chowk, Singh Pol, Jai Mandir, Yash Mandir, Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), Suhag Mandir, Shila Devi Temple, Bhool Bhulaiya, and Zanana Dyodhi .

Things to do:
Elephant ride: Tired of driving bikes and cars? Need a change in your monotonous routine? Then go for the elephant ride at Amber Fort. For first timers an elephant ride is always an experience to remember and the elephant ride here will just be the same!
The timings of the elephant ride are 7.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Lights and sound:
If you have not experienced the Light and sound show before, you have missed an important form of creative entertainment. Various remarkable events of the glorious past are recreated through this show.
Additional Information
Entry fee: Indian: Rs. 25/- , Foreigner: Rs 200/-
Recommended: Hire an experienced guide to understand the minute historical events in detail. However be careful not to take any fraud guide as this can ruin your trip as well as the money.
Visiting Hours: 8am-6pm, last entry 5.30pm

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Top 5 dishes of Rajasthan Written by ankita sharmaWhile talking about Rajasthan it would be a crime if we do not talk about food; deliciously finger licking food! Vegetarian dishes being the core of Rajasthani food culture offers a long list of tasty dishes to try out. As the state is located in the desert region, the use of milk, ghee and butter is pre dominant in a number of dishes.
The state being rich in its culture and heritage there are innumerable good dishes to try out. But for your convenience we have tried our level best to bring out a list of top most loved dishes of Rajasthan.
#1 Gatte ki Sabji: Often taken with roti, paratha or puri this vegetarian dish is made with Besan (flour) is also a favorite among rice lovers. Besan which is a principal ingredient in most of the Rajasthani dishes is the soul of this dish.

#2 Dal-Bati-Churma: Be it a birthday, a wedding reception or any other event you are sure to find this item in the menu. This dish is credited to have catered the needs of soldiers who fought long battles in past due to its ability to last longer.

#3 Laal Maas: Good news for non-vegetarian lovers! If you thought Rajasthan is all about delicious vegetable items, you need to think again! Laal Maas is a spicy treat for red meat lover, especially mutton.

#4 Chenna Malpua: As Rajasthanis are great sweet lovers, the list of top five dishes will be incomplete without the mention of Malpuas. Paneer being the main ingredient here increases the delicacy of the dish.

#5 Ghewar: Made of flour, ghee, kewra, milk and butter this popular dessert is loved across the state of Rajasthan.

Apart from the five dishes mentioned above you can also try the varieties of Halwa, jaljeera(lemon water with milk), Thandai and lots more. So what are you waiting for? Dive into the world of these delicious cuisines and give your taste buds a treat to remember.
Interesting food facts
i) Ghee, Butter and milk are generally the major ingredients in most of the popular Rajasthani dishes. Before eating make sure your body suits spicy and fatty food.
ii) Certain dishes may not suit people coming from other parts of the country with a totally different food habit. Do some research about the ingredients before taking them.

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About RajasthanRajasthan – the land of kings! Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist attractions in India. Attracting thousands of travelers to its rustic beauty is this beautiful destination. The ancient architecture talks about the glorious past of the region, which still reminds us of the architectural genius of the time.

The culture of Rajasthan takes a lot from the past and has upheld the traditions of the bygone era. The place is home to magnificent hawelis, forts and fortresses, enigmatic art and culture and not to forget the warm and amicable people. Ancient step wells and majestic palaces are an integral part of the architecture of the region. There is something for everyone in Rajasthan, the history buffs, shopaholics, photographers, solace seekers….The region is also popular for being a religious tourist attraction. There are various places of worship – ancient temples, and mosques that indicate the harmony in society.

Be it the Hawa Mahal of Jaipur or the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, the sunning Thar Desert or the gorgeous Blue City of Jodhpur, Rajasthan awaits you with open arms. It is rightly said that there is never a dull moment in Rajasthan. The rich culture, amalgamation of art and music in life and ancient traditions are something that should not be missed when in Rajasthan. The colors of past blend into the modern hues of today and make Rajasthan a destination worth visiting. Folk music, Kalbelia dance, miniature paintings, blue pottery, bandhni tie and dye prints, leather goods, lac jewelry, traditional mojaris… Rajasthan is a shopper’s paradise.

When talking about this colorful state, one cannot miss the delicious Rajashani cuisine. The cuisine is loved in various parts of the country and some delicacies like Laal Maas, Dal Baati Churma, and Pyaaz ki Kachori are famous all over the world. Rajasthani cuisine is flavorful and spicy.
Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan include – Jaipur, Bikaner, Mount Abu, Jodhpur, Pushkar, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Kumbalgarh and Ajmer. Considering the royal past of the state, the influences of grandeur and lavishness can be clearly seen in food, festivals and people of the region. Some of the descendants of the royal family still live in different palaces of Rajasthan.

You need to witness the beauty and grandeur of Rajasthan! There are so many amazing and unique facets of Rajasthan that you are bound to be mesmerized. Each aspect of Rajasthan, be it food, culture, people or architecture, holds a fascinating story waiting to be unveiled.
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