10+ Quotes about Colorful Rajasthan
|Quotes about Rajasthan|
Known as the land of kings, Rajasthan is one of the culturally rich states of India with thousands of interesting stories and folklores at each milestone.
Padharo Sa Mahare Desh (Welcome friend to my country)
Amidst Thar desert, magnificent monuments and beautiful hills lie a charming terra firma called Rajasthan.
When we think of India, most of us are in fact thinking of Rajasthan, that large splotch of dun-colored desert in the country's northwest which, from the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, was ruled by a succession of maharajas whose sense of color, opulence, and splendor created the most enduring images of India in the West.
Everywhere in the vibrant streets of Rajasthan lies a sensory assault, from lime to mint, saffron to crimson, turquoise to indigo, magenta to lavender. It’s so like a rainbow.
When you miss the deserts, head towards Rajasthan.
Anyone who has been to India - specifically Rajasthan, the rich and kingly region in the country's northwest - knows that when it comes to adornment, Indians do not think like other people.
When I was travelling in Rajasthan people were waving hands, and it felt like I was visiting my own constituency.
Words don’t match the pride and the glory that this place of Rajasthan holds.
Doused in an appeasing pink, Jaipur has, over the years, come to don the title of India’s Pink City.
The Rajput race is the noblest and proudest in India, they are of highest antiquity and purest descent, they have a military autocracy of a feudal type, and “brave and chivalrous, keenly sensitive to an affront, and especially jealous of the honour of their women”.
Lt. Col. James Tod
The noble Rajput, with a spirit of constancy and enduring courage, seized every opportunity to turn upon his oppressor. By his perseverance and valour he wore out entire dynasties of foes, alternately yielding ‘to his fate,’ or restricting the circle of conquest.
Lt. Col. James Tod
In scale and grandeur, the palaces and strongholds of the erstwhile princely states must surely rank among the most impressive in the world.
E. Jaiwant Paul and Pramod Kapoor
I have never been anywhere else in the world. But in all of India, this is the most colourful place and we are very proud of it.
Vansh Pradeep Singh