Rajasthan is one of the marvellous travel destinations in India. Rajasthan is a land of palaces and forts since the time immemorial, also known as the “land of Kings and Queens” It is a land of deserts, safaris, traditions and so on. Every third foreign tourist visiting India also travel to Rajasthan. Temperature and Climate
Climatically, Rajasthan is the driest part of India. The Aravalli Mountains stretching diagonally across the State from the South-West to
North-East separate the desert and semi-desert areas to the West from the sub-humid areas in the East. Population densities are higher in the eastern part of the State and nineteen of the thirty two districts of the State fall in the non-desert area to the east of the Aravallis.
Travel to Rajasthan during the monsoon, which is a welcome arrival in late June, but is preceded by dust and thunderstorms. Unless the rains are slight, the monsoon is usually accompanied by a decrease in temperature. The infertile landscape portrays a lush green scenery, especially in the grasslands of Rajasthan, which transforms into a bustling mart of the migratory birds; chirping, nestling and enjoying the serene ambiance. The monsoon generally passes over the entire state by mid-September, and is followed by the second hot season, the post-monsoon.
One can plan a trip from September onwards, but it is best to visit Rajasthan in the winter season. There is a marked variation in maximum and minimum temperatures and regional variations across the state, but normally the temperature resonates between maximum 24°C and minimum 9°C all over Rajasthan. The state wears completely different attire during winters. One can plan a long heritage tour during these seasons; travel to the major cities, stamp your footprints on the virgin sands of the Thar and look for colossal forts and ambrosial palaces, dotted all over the state. Travel to Bharatpur Sanctuary, and you will be glad to see the Siberian Cranes, wanderingin this natural habitat. But however, you should get some travel information on climate in Rajasthan, before visiting.
How to Reach
Rajasthan in Northwestern India, is easily accessible by air, rail and road.
Air: Rajasthan is well connected by air with almost all the major cities of India. A number of airlines both, government as well as private have regular flights connecting the state with rest of the country. The four airports of the state are, Sanganer in Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, and Kota. Note:Nearrest airport to Jhunjhunu is jaipur (sanganer) 175 km
Rail: Rajasthan is well connected by a good network of railway lines to almost all the places of interest in the country. The best option is obviously, the Palace on Wheels, one of the most luxurious trains in the world. The Palace on Wheels connects Delhi with Bharatpur, Jaipur, Kota, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Alwar, Sirohi, Kishangarh, Bundi, Dungarpur, Jhalwar, and Dholpur, apart from Agra. Note:To reach Jhunjhunu By rail one has to take meter gauge train from Jaipur junction Daily six services is there from jaipur for timetable visit our railway section
Road: The best way to visit Rajasthan is by road. A good number of Government and private buses ply to the state connecting it with nearby places of interest. Moreover, taxis and other vehicles are also available on hire from many places to the state. Note:every 15 min there is bus to jhunjhunu
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