Rājasthān, the “land of kings“is the largest state in India encompassing most of the area of the large, inhospitable Great Indian Desert (called Thar Desert). The state remains dry for most part of the year, with harsh sunny days and cold evenings. The landscape of the state reflects the harsh climatic conditions with hard barren rocky mountains, sand dunes and scarce vegetation. However, the landscape transforms itself during the brief monsoons and the barren landscape springs to life, with mother nature blooming in all shades of green all around.
The monsoon in Rajasthan is sweet and exhilarating because it signals a brief pause from the torrid, diabolical heat and unforgiving hot winds. So, when the skies turn grey and clouds appear, the excitement mounts. This series travels to some popular and some lesser known destinations in Rajasthan to explore the monsoon magic of the state. The series comprises of 4 destinations: