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Dinesh Khandelwal Feb 12 2013

please tell me about rajasthan rural tour

Aloke Bajpai Feb 14 2013
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Recommended must-do places for getting a feel of rural Rajasthan :

Mandawa : This small town in Jhunjhunu district has been called the "open art gallery" of Rajasthan because the whole Shekhawati region (which Mandawa is a part of) dotted with fascinating mansions (havelis) that have lavishly painted walls.

Roopangarh : Near Kishangarh, this village seems to have frozen in time, with its traditional rajasthani way of life. Here, one can meet various artisans, weavers, Gota makers, Durry makers ,Potters and other handicraft makers.

Chandelao: Only 40 km from bustling Jodhpur, the highly rated hotel of Chandelao Garh will enfold you in a different world – the world of the rulers of Rajasthan in a traditional village setting. Chandelao Garh was the ancestral home of the landlords of the region, but it has now been tastefully converted to a modern hotel. Do not expect 5 star comforts or televisions – the Garh will provide you with an authentic experience of local hospitality in a serene village setting.You can alsogo to the local markets around the town of Pipar or go watching migratory birds at a nearby sanctuary. 

Siana : This village in Jalore district is renowned for its hospitality. Famous for its carpenter culture, one can visit the carpenters' homes to see their work. One can also drive across the dry river bed and meet with the Rabari community, the traditional shepherds of the region. Explore the village and the sheep will keep you company! The best part is that you can go on a panther safari at dusk. 

Mandor : An ancient town, notable for its temples, festivals, monuments and heritage, Mandor is a 15 minutes drive from Jodhpur.

Chittor : The epitome of Rajput pride, spirit, love and honour, the true spirit of Rajasthan still lives in Chittorgarh. Notable for temples, towers and monuments.

Makrana : Famous for its marble, in the adjoining villages of Nagaur district, you can visit "puppet workshops" where master artists will teach you the art of puppetry. Another Makrana feature are the feudal stories of Papuji Rathore are sung by the members of Bhopa community in the evenings post sunset for tourists.

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