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Rajasthan the biggest state of the India was formed by union of 21 States in this region hence one can understand the Diversity within Rajasthan may it be Colour, Music, Clothes, handicrafts, culture or Food. With so much spread of history and tradition, we hope you will revisit Rajasthan to understand and explore it again and again and discover new vistas each time.

  1. Abhaneri

    Abhaneri is a small town village, situated at a distance of 95 km from Jaipur and is popular for the amazing "Baoris"step wells and Harshat Mata Temple.

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  2. Bhainsrorgarh

    Bhainsrorgarh Fort or Bhainsror Fort is an ancient fort that has become a major tourist spot in the state of Rajasthan, India.

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  3. Deeg Mahal

    Deeg Palace is a palace 32 km from Bharatpur in Rajasthan, India built in 1772 as a luxurious summer resort for the rulers of Bharatpur State.

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  4. Dholpur

    Dholpur is a city in eastern-most parts of the Rajasthan state of India. It is the administrative headquarters of Dholpur District and was formerly seat of the Dholpur princely state, before Independence.

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  5. Kota Barrage

    Kota Barrage is the fourth in the series of Chambal Valley Projects, located about 0.8 km upstream of Kota City in Rajasthan.

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  6. Kumbhalgarh

    Built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha, Kumbhalgarh is the birth place of Maharana Pratap. Kumbhalgarh Fort is protected by 13 mountain peaks of the Aravalis.

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Young I is an endeavour to promote, provide and encourage as a shower of aspirations in the rich and fertile minds of young community by nurturing and displaying their views and talent on a platform. The revolution in communication has facilitated drawing resources and inspiration from the vast universe of knowledge.
First Anniversary Issue
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In today's world the youth wants to do many things and has an access to information. It is bombarded with data at a minutely basis and it feels surrounded with an ocean of knowledge. However, one also needs to be connected to one's roots and culture.
Photography
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“Hunting Big Game with Camera” was the lesson in my text book which made me understand the importance of Camera. Suddenly the Heads of hunted animals on the walls of the home of some people were more repelling than being a trophy. Photography has fascinated generations and has brought the world closer. The beauty of nature, life’s moments, imagination of the individuals, has materialized due to the photography.

With the support from technology there are better lenses and cameras and mobile phones have revolutionized the world of photography and actually been able to bring the happening moments to us.

Sanskrit
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Sanskrit is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism, a philosophical language in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism, and a literary language that was in use as a lingua franca in the Indian cultural zone. The pre-Classical form of Sanskrit is known as Vedic Sanskrit; Rigvedic Sanskrit is one of the oldest attestations of any Indo-Iranian language, and one of the earliest members of the Indo-European languages, which includes English and most European languages.
Lakes of India
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We live on the blue planet, where water is present on land in the form of Rivers, ponds & lakes. We all know how important water is for life. 70% of earth is water and so is our body of which 60 % is water. Lakes are both fresh water and salt water. India enjoys a good presence of lakes from Ladakh region in north to South. We find that lakes are present in high mountains and in plains as well, some of them are very big.
Tourism
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Since the ages before Christ, travelling has always fascinated the human kind. People could not only learn new things, get new things, meet new people but also sustain their survival in a betterway. Having originated from Africa, the the primate counterparts of Homo Sapiens have expand around the globe.
Environment
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In this modern aeon of 'use and throw' we often forget how severely we are harming the mother Earth. Having forgotten our values of 'Reuse, Recycle and Reduce', human kind has depleted the Earth's resources at an alarming rate. Keeping in mind the survival of the human species, an immediate need to call off our malpractices is the need of the hour.
Bollywood
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India is the country of Bollywood. Where, everyone from a loudspeaker carrying autowala to the irksome classmate who has parroted every Salman Khan dialogue, reminds you of the glory of this industry. Weather you like its content full of over-acting, dancing and Rajnikanth style stunts, or not; Bollywood surely can bring a smile on your face in this slumbersome life.