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Three Simple Reason Rajasthan is Your Very Own Desi Destination Wedding Spot

Rajasthan, literally meaning the land of kings, is a state in the western part of India. As the name suggests, this erstwhile kingdom of princes and royals is a destination where ancient palaces, impressive havelis, and man-made lakes are not the exception, but the norm.

If you are going to get married, and are looking for your very own Indian version of a fairytale wedding, look no further than Rajasthan. The lakes and palaces make for royal and authentic settings, and the photographs will make for cherished memories for a lifetime.

Here are three more reasons to choose the land of kings – Rajasthan for your wedding:

Food: The local cuisine of Rajasthan is delectable – to say the least. Not only will you find a variety of unique vegetarian dishes like dal bati and churma, the non-vegetarian fare like Banjari Gosht and Laal Maas will win over the pickiest of eaters. That said, almost all hotels can provide cuisine from other parts of India or the world.

Vendors: Rajasthani folk music and dance is world famous. Moreover, finding services like catering and decorations is no big deal. No matter what your budget is, you will definitely find sources to cover your celebrations.

Connectivity: Well-maintained national highways, Indian railways reaching all major cities, and six airports including an international one at Jaipur make Rajasthan a very convenient location for your guests to reach.

With so many reasons, there is no reason you shouldn’t consider Rajasthan to be the destination for the most special event of your life.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your wedding planner to do your bookings already!

Author: Mumtaz Ali | Posted on: July 29, 2015 at 12:31 pm | Posted under: Destination Weddings | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

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