The Majestic Taj Mahal
Ranthambhor village visit – beautiful mud huts and craftspeople
Kathak dance performance
Visit handloom textile workers creating international brands
The legend of the environment friendly Bishnoi community
Folklore as a community binder
Dhurrie weavers creating colourful and intricate patterns
The stepwells of Rajasthan – agriculture in the desert region
Ranakpur Marble temple’s intricate sculptures
Folk music and dance in Udaipur
2021 Dates - 9 to 20 Jan
Group size – Min: 8 pax
Max: 14 pax
Land price – USD 2286 pp twin share (T&C Apply)
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Rajasthan greets everyone with vibrant colours. The colourfulness is not only in the clothes of the people, but in their very way of life.
This is a journey that introduces you to the rural lifestyle of Rajasthani people. The interdependence of different communities in a village - each one contributing their traditional skills and thus ensuring a symbiotic existence.
This mostly arid land has made its people bring out the best of whatever is available. The best practices are not just in managing meager water resources through well-thought out irrigation systems. The intricate forms of arts and crafts are awe-inspiring.
During village visits, we enjoy Rajasthani songs that depict day-to-day relationships and chores, more often focused around fetching water from wells or ponds. We witness the Kaavad Banchana, an oral tradition of story- telling still alive in Rajasthan.
This journey will give you an insight of a Rajasthan that lives in mud huts beautifully decorated with traditional wall painting. It will bring out the relationship the people have with their land.
12 Days / 11 Nights
Delhi (2N ) - Agra (1N) - Ranthambhor (2N) - Jaipur (2N) - Jodhpur (2N) - Udaipur(2N) - Mumbai