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Rajasthan is known as the Land of Kings, and encapsulates the essence of India. Best known as one of the most exotic and colourful states in India, its history is based on the Rajput clan, a warrior clan who entrenched themselves in this harsh desert landscape building enormous forts, and grandiose palaces. The rugged landscape of the south east region merges into the  barren Thar Desert in the north west. This harsh uncompromising land with its rich history has given Rajasthan and its peoples their unique  character and helped Rajasthan develop into one of India’s major tourist destinations.

  1. Bikaner Camel Safari
  2. Ranthambhore National Part
  3. Tharun Bharat Sangh – Rainwater Harvesting Project
  4. Barefoot College Rural Development Programme
  5. Jaipur – Pink City Bazaars
  6. Amber Fort & Elephant Eide

Study Themes :

Rural Development, Sustainable Water & Rainwater Harvesting, Sustainable Energy, Tourism, Arid Environments, Pre Colonial History and Bottom up Development Projects.