- Sangli – Jaipur
- Jaipur – Sangli
- Sangli – Ajmer
- Ajmer – Sangli
- Sangli – Beawar
- Beawar – Sangli
- Sangli – Bikaner
- Bikaner – Sangli
- Sikar – Sangli
- Sangli – Sikar
- Sangli – Jodhpur
- Jodhpur- Sangli
- Sangli – Barmer
- Barmer – Sangli
- Sangli – Bhilwara
- Sangli – Bhiwadi
- Sangli – Alwar
History of Rajasthan
Rajasthan is the largest state of India geographically. It comprises of 33 districts. Jaipur being its largest city is the capital of Rajasthan. It is a princely state with a good history of Maharajas which attracts a lot of tourists across the globe.
It is known for its amazing connectivity with other places through state and national highways as well. Which is why the transportation of goods and people is made really easier. The road network of Rajasthan is very impressive and is called a Rajasthan state highway. There are a total of 20 National Highways. Pathankot Ajmer expressway is the longest expressway of about 500 km. Transportation is an important aspect because it increases the trade between humans which is really important for the development of civilization. Modes of transport include air, land, water, space, pipeline, etc. Vehicles travelling on these networks include automobiles, cycles, trains, trucks, aircraft, etc. Automobiles provide high flexibility with low capacity, but require high energy and area use, and are the main source of noise and air pollution in cities. Buses and trucks allow for more efficient travel at the cost of reduced flexibility.
Jaipur is Rajasthan’s beautiful pink city. It was a stronghold of clan .of rulers which are not an attraction to lots of tourists. Jaipur is known as the pink city because of the colour of the stone used in the walls of the city. Western Rajasthan itself forms a convenient circuit in the heart of the Thar desert which has shaped its history, lifestyles and architecture.
Ajmer is a bustling city, just 14km from the pilgrimage town of Pushkar. Ajmer gets its name from “Ajay Meru”, which can be roughly translated as “invincible hills”. Ajmer as well is home to a number of tourists. It can be a perfect representation of the diversity if Indian culture and ethics. It is a pilgrimage centre for lots of Hindus and Muslims.
Beawar was part of British India and the headquarters of Merwara district. It was named after a local village called Beawar Khas by the British. Beawar the name of the city comes from the name “Be Aware” which was originally a sign given to the city by a British emperor.
Bikaner was publicly known as “Jangladesh.” at that time, this region was possessed by the jat. Bikaner is home to one of the only two models of the biplane, which were used by the British during the war. Currently, Bikaner carries the tag of the fourth largest city in Rajasthan and has a major role in the development of Rajasthan’s infrastructure. One more unique aspect of the city is that here, one can see the world’s biggest riding camels and it’s aptly named as camel country.
Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan and is popularly known as the blue city because most of the forts, temples, palaces, houses and havelis are built in different shades of blue. Jodhpur is also known as the rare breed of the horses known as marwai.
Barmer is among the Largest districts in Rajasthan. It includes the part of the Thar desert.
Bilwara is famous as the city of textiles and looms.