Districts of Rajasthan

Districts of Rajasthan

Currently, Rajasthan, the largest (area-wise) state in India, is located in the north-western part of the subcontinent. It is surrounded on the north and north-east by Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, on the east and south-east by Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh and on the south-west by Gujarat. Since antiquity, Rajasthan has been land of kings and kingdoms. At the time of Independence (1947), Rajasthan had 19 Princely states and 3 Chiefships. As per the Indian administrative setup these states have been merged, divided, transferred to convert into 33 distinct districts. While administrative efficiency has been the driving force behind the districts, the long history, lineage and diversity has allowed each of the them to boast of unique history, culture,  trades, folks, physical features and locations.

Explore below the history, geography, art and culture, places of interest- of each of them, in a unique way:

Districts of Rajasthan

Ajmer

Alwar

Banswara

Baran

Barmer

Bharatpur

Bhilwara

Bikaner

Bundi

Chittorgarh

Churu

Dausa

Dholpur

Dungarpur

Hanumangarh

Jaipur

Jaisalmer

Jalore

Jhalawar

Jhunjhunu

Jodhpur

Karauli

Kota

Nagaur

Pali

Pratapgarh

Rajsamand

Sawai Madhopur

Sikar

Sirohi

Sri Ganganagar

Tonk

Udaipur

     
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Rajasthan Through Districts eBook/PDF

Complete Information about districts of Rajasthan in a single PDF book.

The book aims to serve as a macro-level guide and explores the history, geography, art and culture of each of these districts of Rajasthan, in a unique way. It contains 33 chapters, one on each of the 33 districts. For each district, location, history, rulers, historical places, geography, natural places, major fairs and festivals, minerals and aspects of population have been covered. Small pictures of the objects have been included to improve the feel of the topic.

The book describes the geography of Rajasthan, guiding her/him across the history, context of historical things, natural geography of places, flora, fauna & the natural places, worth visiting in each district. It is also a keep for people who want to understand the long history, diverse culture, and multiplicity of traditions of Rajasthan, in a simple, short yet structured way.

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