Rajasthan could be an ideal state to visit for people going on holidays to India, it has been claimed.

Rajasthan could be an ideal state to visit for people going on holidays to India, it has been claimed.

An article on the Merinews website suggests a trip to the largest state in the country in order to take in its scenic landscapes, historical buildings and exquisite hotels.

Tourists can participate in wildlife expeditions, jeep safaris and much more, staying in accommodation ranging from heritage hotels to desert camps.

Staying in Rajasthan will also allow visitors to see the golden triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the article points out.

“Rajasthan is a prime holiday destination of the country,” it concludes.

Being such a large country and sub-continent, India’s climate varies widely. Winter in Britain also coincides with winter in India, so temperatures may be a little on the chilly side, although summers will usually be humid and extremely hot.

Most of western Rajasthan experiences an arid climatic regime, with rainfall mainly in short bursts

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