Rajasthan is the western most state of India. The state of Rajasthan is bordered by Pakistan on the west, Gujarat in the south, Punjab in the North and Madhya Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh in the east. The state of Rajasthan is the land of desert as the Great Thar Desert of Indian sub continent lays in these parts. The state of Rajasthan is very historical and the pedigree of the region is something that compares to a royalty among all the states of India. The state of Rajasthan has been in the history of Indian civilisation since the beginning of the civilization. The Indus valley was in these parts and the medieval Rajput Kingdoms were also massive contributors to the significance of Rajasthan. The tourism of Rajasthan is based on the culture of this land.
The tourists of the state are amazed by the royal architecture of this land. The desert mountain forts as designated by the UNESCO are a part of world heritage convention. The forts which are famous for tourist attraction are the Chiitorgarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Jodhpur Fort and many more. The palaces of Udaipur and Jaipur are also very famous. The lakes of the Udaipur and the Thar Desert are particularly famous along with the majestic of the Aravalli Mountains.
If one is looking for forts in India, one must visit the kingly state of Rajasthan. There are many forts in Rajasthan, more than one can find in any other province in the entire Indian sub continent. The state of Rajasthan being the seat of power for the fierce Rajput clans in the medieval times caused the building of these numerous forts on the hill terrains of Rajasthan, especially on the Aravalli mountain range.