Module: WF-0067

Delhi and Rajasthan Extension

A land of color, Rajasthan is the largest and most geographically diverse state in India, with the arid Thar Desert to the northwest and the fertile Aravalli Range running from the southwest to the northeast. The Indus Valley Civilization, one of the world’s first civilizations, was located in parts of what is now Rajasthan, and the state remains culturally rich, reflecting an ancient way of life. Aside from this remarkable geography and history, Rajasthan is famed for its majestic forts, intricately carved temples, and sprawling palaces.

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