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Rajasthan, India

Situated in the north west part of India, Rajasthan covers over 342,000 square kilometres, encompassing the famous Thar Desert.

Whilst Rajasthan may only officially be 61 years old, it was actually the merging of two seperate parts of India and therefore has a long, illustrious and ...
... interesting history.

There are far too many places to visit in Rajasthan in one visit, but if you only have the opportunity to visit once, make sure that you take in Jaisalmer, known as the Golden City, the Mehrangarh Fort, a building that is over 500 years old and stands atop a 400 foot mountain looking out over Jodhpur and the Aravalli Range, regarded as one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, which has sections that are vastly different to almost anywhere else in the country.

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