The spirit of adventure and bravery has always been a prominent part of life.
In the days of yore, hunting was the major source of excitement for the people.
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Pitting their wits against the most ferocious of animals was considered a challenge. Wrestling was yet another outlet for those seeking a show of strength.
times have changed but the search for adventure still remains. So if you're
driven by the call of adventure, come to Rajasthan.
Rajasthan - a land blessed with golden sands, meandering Chambal and Banas rivers, Aravalli hills, forests and rolling meadows, cascading water falls and hospitable people, steeped in a rich culture. Choose from gamut of activities like camel, jeep, elephant, horse & village safaris, trekking and rock climbing.
The possibilities are limitless for indulging in water sports like boating, water sailing, rafting and fishing in lakes. The more adventurous can opt for parasailing and hanggliding in the Aravalli hills. Or shoot, with a camera of course, wildlife and birds in the various sanctuaries.
Sir Edmund Hillary, the great Everester, who's thirst for adventure has proved enduring and never-ending, found Rajasthan ideal for undertaking a journey on a camel caravan. It was an unusual way to choose to cross the arid Thar desert. And, following in his footsteps, one can re-live the adventure.
Fortunately, one can choose from a number of adventure sports options. Relax with golf, go vintage, or practice archery, go boating - in the Chambal river through the gorges of the Vindhayan plateau of Hadoti, or, go up in the air, for a bit of aerial sightseeing over heritage cities by small aircraft or in hot air balloons.
The terrain in Rajasthan is tailor-made for most adventure sports, what with its Aravalli and Vindhayan hills, the open desert tracts, the vast lakes and rivers, the wildlife parks, and little villages abandoned by the march of civilization as is known, but no less hospitable for it.
And threading these together, a landscape where the paths and trails weave through a history rich with forts and palaces, mansions and cenotaphs. And a culture that binds these together into a fascinating journey. Just spot and sport it out.
'Rajasthan' - the land of the Rajputs, is known for its kings, fearless warriors and beautiful women. It's also known for its forts, palaces and temples which are a reminder of the glorious past.
Kingdoms were carved and established by
the Rajputs on horseback, while swords were stained with enemy blood.
Horses were highly priced and a Rajput warrior would give anything to own a good horse. Great care was taken to breed horses and to keep a clean and pure lineage.
The result of many years of dedication and hard work helped create breeds like the Marwah, Kathiawadi and the sindhi, each having its own distinct characteristics and bred solely for the purpose of war.
These horses were noted for their stamina and fierce loyalty to their masters, these gallant steeds, the Rajputs became famous worldwide. There is an old saying.
Rajasthan invites you to feel the adventure of a Camel Safari, which takes you through the golden sands of the vast. Thar desert. Like horse safaris, camel safaris are also popular in Rajasthan. The camel, popularly known as the ship of the desert, is not only common in the Thar desert, but also the only means of transportation in remote areas.
Ride through sandy tracks, passing through remote villages. Pitch your tent at a new place each night. Spend the evenings next to the camp tire and dance to the folk music.
Rajasthan's lakes, ponds, marshlands and grasslands are a haven for bird lovers. One can find around 550 species of birds and most of these are residents. The best colony of birds in the world is Keoladeo National Park situated In Bharatpur.
It has more than 400 species of birds and more than 130 of them breed inside the park. Being a unique bird place, the UNESCO has recognised it as a world heritage site. It is truly a paradise of feathered life which provides unlimited opportunities to bird watchers. Various other lakes and ponds spread over the state offer the enthusiast an opportunity to watch the activities of the birds.
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