Sunday, 22 March 2015

Rajasthani Culture : Between the desert and the colours

"Dancers are the athletes of God.." -Albert Einstein-

Rajashtan is the one state in india that bravely to use the bright colours in everday life. Mybe because they live in the desert where everyday is summer, shaping the culture there.

If you visit udaipur, try to see the culture performance there. From my experience, the rajasthani dance and music more relax and fun compare than clasical south india dance that use a lot of rule for mudras (hand gesture) and ragas (the music). Rajasthani dance use more free movement, It's invite you to dance and give you the happy feeling.

Venue : Museum Bagore Ki Haveli Udaipur ( start 7.00 PM, ticket 100 INR ) & Shilpgram Village Udaipur (10.00 AM - 07.00 PM, ticket 25 INR)


  1. So beautiful... yes, dance is the language of God and Rajasthan speaks it in abundance. Spectacular picture, dear Mareta :)

  2. I loved all the pictures. Thanks for sharing this post. If you visit the Haveli in the daytime, you can see the rooms of this 18th century haveli furnished in the traditional way. Some rooms have interesting cultural displays, including one gigantic turban that is touted as the world's largest. Check out all best places to visit in Udaipur also.

  3. Rajasthan is very much famous for its art and culture. this place is full of varieties in either in foods or in culture. If you want to visit this place then you must stay here for some days and for this you can stay at WelcomHeritage Koolwal Kothi . To know more you can visit here at -