The history of Rajasthan dates back to the pre-historic times. Around 3,000 and 1,000 BC, it had a culture akin to that of the Indus culture valley civilisation. The CHAUHANS who dominated Rajputs affairs from seventh century and by 12th century they had become an imperial power. After the Chauhans, it were the Guhilots of Mewar who controlled the destiny of the warring tribes. Besides MEWAR, the other historically prominent states were MARWAR,JAIPUR, BUNDI,KOTA,BHARTPUR AND ALWAR, After the revolt of 1857, the people united themselves under the leadership of MAHATMA GHANDI  to contribute to the freedom movement.



GovGovernor of Rajasthan Kalyan Singh
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje
High Court Rajasthan High Court
Chief Justice Sunil Ambwani
Legislature Unicameral (200 seats)
Parliamentary constituency 25



State animal Camel and chinkara
State bird Indian bustard (Ardeotis nigriceps)
State flower Rohida (Tecomella undulata)
State tree Khejri (Prosopis cineraria)


Wildlife Sanctuaries in Rajasthan:-

  • Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jamwa Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Jawahar Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kailadevi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kesarbagh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Phulwari Ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Ramsagar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sawaimadhopur Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sawai Man Singh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Shergarh Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Tal Chhapper Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Van Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bandh Baratha Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bhensrodgarh Wildlife Sanctuary


National Parks in Rajasthan:-

  • Desert National Park
  • Keoladeo Ghana National Park
  • Ranthambhore National Park
  • Sariska National Park


Thermal and Solar power plants in Rajasthan:-

  • Rajasthan Atomic Power Station
  • Suratgarh Super Thermal Power Plant
  • Kota Super Thermal Power Plant
  • Raj


West Lignite Power Plank :-

Chhabra Thermal Power Plant

  • Barsingsar Thermal Power Station
  • Giral Lignite Power Plant
  • VS Lignite Power Plant


 The Thar Desert:-

The Great Indian Desert Thar lies mostly in the Royal Rajasthan states of India, and extended into the some portion of Haryana, punjab and Rann of Kutch in Gujrat. Thar desert covers eastern Sindh province and some area of Pakistan Punjab as well. The maximum area is covered in Rajasthan, India and total covers area is 208,110 km. It is said to be “The Great Indian Desert” is extending towards UP and MP as well. A camel safari into the Thar desert is an experience not to be missed for tourist. Best time to visit The Great Indian Desert is between Oct to March. The Desert National Park, Jaisalmer has a collection of fossils of animals and plants of 180 million years old. Some fossils of Dinosaurs of 6 million years old have also been found in the area

The Camel also known as “Ship of the desert” is the best way to explorer The Great Indian Desert. Evening of the state of maharajas, Rajasthan is most beautiful with awesome scenic view. The people of Thar have a great passion for music and poetry. people get together to play soft music and dance. This event continues to till late nights.Thar peoples travel miles of distance to get one potter of water. Woman’s of Thar Desert love to wear beautiful jewelry. Rajasthan desert festival is held once a year during winters. Camels play a very important role in the desert life as well as in the Desert Festival, Rajasthan folk and rich culture can be seen in this festival.