Rajasthan Travel Guide – Page 14
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  • The Camel Festival is an event organized in Bikaner by the Department of Tourism, Art and Culture, Government of Rajasthan, every year in the month of January. Desert region’s Folk dances and Music, add on to what is otherwise an exclusive camel affair. A festival when the ships of the desert are seen at their […]

  • The Jaswant Thada, located half way up the interminably long road that climbs onwards to the fort, is the traditional cremation ground of the rulers of Jodhpur. Taking pride of place amongst the ornamental gardens and chattris is the fabulous white marble memorial to Jaswant Singh II, built in 1899. The cenotaphs of other rulers […]