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Rajasthan was always an exotic land, a country that the Western world fantasised about. Here were to be found the martial races that ruled India, tracing their lineage from the warring gods, and known for their aestheticism as well as their chivalry. Here were riches to be found, and splendid, rare jewels. Palaces stood the test of time. Great armies went to war. Over centuries, different dynasties ruled form different parts of the country, their kingdoms built on reciprocity with neighbouring kingdoms. However, it was under the Mughals, first, and the British, next, that an attempt was made to unify the land and breadth of the country as one nation.

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Ajmer Awan Baggar Baghera
Balsamand Balunda Bassi Bhadrajun
Bhandarej Bharatpur Bhindar Banswara
Bikaner Bijaipur Bundi Danta
Daspan Deogarh Dhamli Dhariyavad
Dugaur Dundlod Dungarpur Gajner
Ghanerao Govindgarh Jaipur Jaisalmer
Jodhpur Junia Karauli Kharwa
Khejadala Khimsar Kota Kotri
Kuchaman Luni Mandawa Mehansar
Mount Abu Mukundgarh Narlai Nawalgarh
Neemrana Nimaj Pachar Peharsar
Pokhran Pushkar Ramgarh Ranakpur
Rohet Roopangarh Samode Sardarsamand
Sariska Sathin Sawai Madhopur Shahpura
Shergarh Siliserh Sodawas Thana
Udaipur Uniara    

Members of the royal houses, and those of the aristocratic order that functioned just under them, drew up an elaborate system that reflected in a lifestyle that consisted of amazing discipline, of great opulence, and sometimes also indulgences. There were hunts and balls, but also elaborate ceremonies; marriages sometimes lasted months, festivals were celebrated with great pomp, and the families ruled with a benevolence that ensured the wellbeing of their states.

In a country such as India where nature takes its toll annually, as much because of droughts as because of floods, the rulers often commissioned their greatest architectural monuments- forts, palaces, temples- to ensure employment and food for the poorest. And from situa-tions of adversity rose great monumental wonders, some of the most exquisite the world has seen. 'Khamaghani' say Rajasthani families, welcoming you into their homes and hearts. Hospitality is a courtesy that comes naturally to most Indians, and graciousness is a way of being. No wonder then that courtesies go hand-in-hand with festivals and celebrations that are a part of a way of being in one of the oldest civilisations of the world.

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