Rajasthan's Mewar region encompasses dramatic hills, shimmering lakes, deep valleys and much more. It is a Land rich in royal heritage, with romantic water palaces, historic hilltop forts and beautiful gardens. It is a beautiful region with rich cultural and historical heritage.

Mewar's role in the development of Indian art has been very important. The decoration of dwellings and other household objects was but one aspect of the creative genius of the Rajasthani - the world of miniature paintings is perhaps the most fascinating and the distinctive styles that have existed here are renowned the world over. From the 16th century onwards the Mewar school flourished in different arts of paintings, which include the PHADS - scroll paintings used by the Bhopas and the PICHWAIS - cloth hangings used behind the deity in Vaishnava temples. Done in bright colours with bold outlines, these paintings have very strong religious traditions.

The Pride and glory of Rajasthan echoes with the tales of the valor unique to the Rajput tradition. The ruined citadel of the royal past are the imposing forts of this region. The area is a kaleidoscope of palaces, lakes, temples and gardens

The area is also rich in natural beauty having picturesque water falls and dense forest. It has the stunningly beautiful largest artificial lake of the Asia-the Jaisamand Lake.

There are also many Marvelously carved temples and chattries.

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