Udaipur Culture


Incredible Indeed…!!!

Atithi Devo Bhavah” (Guest is God) – This feel of hospitality dwells in the heart of the people of this City. Udaipur Culture can be understood when one feel the heritage of it. Rajasthan has always been a favourite destination for those who have interest in Indian culture. And, the one coming to visit Rajasthan can’t miss Udaipur as the town is still enriched with the real Indian taste. We are thankful to the residents of the town for their efforts to save the culture and from the race to become a very high-tech city. We have mentioned all the different aspects of Udaipur Culture down here. Lets go on the tour to know Udaipur Culture.


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Rajasthan is culturally rich and has artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life. There is rich and varied folk culture from villages which is often depicted symbolic of the state. Highly cultivated classical music and dance with its own distinct style is part of the cultural tradition of Rajasthan. The music is uncomplicated and songs depict day-to-day relationships and chores, more often focused around fetching water from wells or ponds.

Rajasthan is the land of legendary Rajput rulers, whose tales of chivalry, fidelity and romance have been woven into ballads and folklore. Rajasthan, the land of shifting sand dunes, where people have imbibed the tricks of nature into their life so perfectly, that it, ostensibly, has changed its course. Rajasthan has a vibrant culture and a thousand-year-old heritage.

Over centuries Rajasthan has hosted varied civilizations, each bringing its distinct flavour to this cultural melting pot. Settlers ranging from ancient Indus Valley urbanites to pastoral Aryan herdsmen, Bhil forest dwellers, Jain merchant princes, Jat and Gujjar cultivators, Muslim craftsmen, and the Rajput warrior aristocracy. All shaped this region called the land of kings. Dance, music, celebration, fanfare, festivals, art and aesthetics relieve the tedium of coping with this harsh and demanding land. Travel to Rajasthan, savor its splendors, imbibe its enviable heritage and immerse yourself in its cultural melange The official language of the state is Hindi but the primary spoken language is Rajasthani. There are however deviations according to various regions. For instance, Malwi in South-East Rajasthan, Mowati in North East Rajasthan and Jaipuri in the eastern part of the state to name just a few.

The custom of touching feet of the elders to show respect, which is usually reciprocated with a lovely embrace – stones of love that ultimately make the golden bridge between humans.

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