The state of Rajasthan is defined by its warrior spirit, warm hospitality, ageless legends, lip smacking delicacies, rich culture, sparkling sand dunes and majestic forts. A major part of the state's revenue comes from the tourism industry. A significant section of Rajasthan�s population is involved in handicrafts like blue pottery, metal and wood craft, tie and die (also known as bandhej) and stone carving. Destinations like Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur are frequented by history buffs, art lovers, photographers and researchers. These are the places that talk a lot about the Rajputana culture and their love for art and architecture. A visit to these forts is a must for a traveller. There�s Ranthambor for wildlife enthusiasts and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary for bird watchers. In the recent times, Rajasthan has become a hub for outsourcing IT services with Jaipur being the major resource. Every student who aims to crack engineering and medical entrances heads to Kota. Mount Abu, the unique hill station finds a number of takers all the year round.
With so many places to offer under the tourism segment, Rajasthan has a number of hotels and guest houses to its credit. Catering to leisure as well as business travellers, the state has some of the best hotels at all its locations. If we talk about Jaipur, the capital city, there is a plethora of option under luxury, mid-luxury and budget hotels. The Fern located at Tonk Road and Hotel Umaid Bhawan in Bani Park offer royal dining, comfortable stay and unparallel services. At Jodhpur, Shree Ram International Hotel, Otara and The Regent can be picked up for their competitive prices, convenient location and warm hospitality. Overall, Rajasthan will never leave you disappointed where accommodation is concerned.