In the times when it is being said that the western culture has gotten over India, the irony of the matter is that one of the most western states of India has still managed to keep its rustic charm and traditions intact. The only westernization I could see in Rajasthan was a lot of western tourists enriching the state’s economy, so it definitely has been a good westernization for the state.
Although having family roots in Rajasthan, I did not get a chance to explore Rajasthan in my yester years. The best way to explore Rajasthan is by road. The Rajasthan tourism advertisements have done justice to the peculiarity of the state and had surely pushed me to travel to the land of majestic forts, quaint havelis, phenomenally delicious food, soothing lakes and vibrant people.
There is already so much said about Rajasthan that whatever I might write about the place would have already been told. Instead, I have got postcards for all from Rajasthan which will tempt you to pack your bags and experience this heritage state for yourself.
Pass on the postcards of Rajasthan if you have some!