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Rajasthan the land of desert

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  • 1. RAJASTHAN THE LAND OF DESERT
  • 2. Rājasthān
  • 3. The CamelCamels have lived in some of the most desolate corners of our planet, and not only do they live,they thrive . Camels are able to use this to their advantage as a survival strategy. By living indeserts, mountains, and other arid places Camels are able to avoid predators, and others whowould compete for resources. Camels are only able to do this because of their amazing ability toefficiently use the resources their environments provide. A camel can travel long distances whichallow them to take advantage of the maximum number of resources. They can withstand amassive amount of dehydration which allow them to survive not only between watering holes,but sometimes between seasons. When at a watering hole camels are able to gorge themselvesand rehydrate quickly. For food, camels are omnivorous. They can eat almost anything be itvegetation, meat, or bone,-- salty or sweet, a camels stomach knows no limits. But it is theirtemperament that is truly endeared the camel to man. Docile and sweet under a caring hand,but stubborn and angry if ill treated, the camel both wins your heart and your respect.
  • 4. A guanacoA vicuna Dromedary camels.A Bactrian camel A llama An alpaca(South America)(eastern Asia)(deserts of Arabia)
  • 5. The Chittorgarh Fort is one of thelargest forts in Asia.Hawa Mahal or "Palace of Winds" inJaipur.The Jain temple of RanakpurThe Umaid Bhawan Palace is one of the largestroyal palaces in the worldPlaces of interest inRajasthan
  • 6. Dilwara TemplesThe Jain Dilwara temples ofIndia are located about 2½kilometers from Mount Abu,Rajasthans only hill station.Lake Palace (formerly known as Jag Niwas) is aluxury hotel, of 83 rooms and suites featuringwhite marble walls, located on a naturalfoundation of 4 acres (16,000 m2) rock on theJag Niwas[1]island[2]in Lake Pichola,Udaipur, India.
  • 7. A decorated Indian elephant during a fair inJaipur, IndiaCamel ride in the Thar desert nearJaisalmer.
  • 8. Terah Taali dance is one of the mostdevotional form of dance, practiced by Kamad community of Pokhran andDeedwana, to honour their folk hero,Baba Ramdeo.It is termed as `Terahtali’ as thirteen manjeeras ( little brass disc)which is used to create rhythm on which,the dancers move.The famous Ghoomar, Rajasthan’s popular folk dancegets its name from ‘ghoomna’, the pirouetting whichdisplays the spectacular colors of the flowing‘ghaghara’,the long skirt of the Rajasthani women.There is an amazing grace as the skirt flair slowly whilethe women folk twirl in circles, their faces covered withthe help of the veil. Their measured steps and variousgraceful inclinations of body, beating palms or snappingfingers at particular cadences while singing some liltingsongs.rajasThan Dance
  • 9. Bhavai DancePerformed with great skill, itconsists of veiled womendancers balancing up to sevenor nine brass pitchers as theydance nimbly, pirouetting, andthen swaying with the soles oftheir feet perched on top of aglass, or on the edge of asword.Fire Dance an extremely difficultdance to perform which is done by theBanjara community of Rajasthan.Performing fire dance or also known as“Agni Nach” is one of the mostthrilling experience for must of thetourists, it is a pure devotional danceof Bikaner region, producing a mixedfeeling of awe and reverence.
  • 10. A KAthputli showGauris procession commencing from theZanani-Deodhi of the City Palace
  • 11. ChinkaraGreat Indian BustardIndian Wild Ass, Common buzzard
  • 12. RAnthAmboRe nAtionAl pARKA panaromic view of Ranthambore NP from Ranthambore Fort
  • 13. The main tribes of Rajasthan are the Bhils andthe Minas and other smaller tribes includethe Sahariyas, Garasias and the Gaduliya lohars.The most famous Bhil dance is theGawari, a dance go from village to villagefor a month, during which the ninefunctionaries follow a stricts regimen.People of Rajasthan
  • 14. OASIS IN RAJASTHAN!
  • 15. cactus in the desert
  • 16. Panoramic view from the hills surrounding JaipurThe Jantar Mantar is a collection ofarchitectural astronomical instruments, builtby Maharaja (King) Jai Singh II at his then newcapital of Jaipur between 1727 and 1734.

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