Shekhawati, the land of Rajput rulers, is famous for its warm and endearing hospitality. “Athithi Devo Bhava”, is the way of life in Rajasthan. The bright and colorful ethnic attires counter the hot climate, rustic music and the ever smiling and charming faces make you feel at home and make you enjoy Royal Rajasthan.
Rajasthan is world famous as far as tourism is concerned and has been attracting tourists to all its important cities for its artistic forts and palaces of Mughal eras. Tourists visit various places based on their interest mainly to get rejuvenated and fresh. One of the ways to do it is being with nature in the midst of men, animal, birds and plants and enjoy the fresh air and scenic natural beauty. This enlightens humans also as they understand how people live in villages with such little amenities, learn their language, culture, food habits and also indulge in local sightseeing.
More than a profession or a business, agriculture is India’s culture. Hence, additional income generating activities to existing agriculture would certainly increase the contribution of agriculture in the national GDP. Agri-Tourism is one such activity. Tourism is termed as an instrument of employment generation. Promotion of Agri-Tourism needs conceptual convergence with Rural Tourism, Eco-Tourism, Health Tourism, Adventure Tourism, and culinary adventures.
Normally we live in hotels when we go to visit a tourist place but it’s out of world experience to live in rural villages with simple villagers and find happiness doing simple things with them.