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Rajasthan Landscape:  Rajasthan is separated from the Ganga basin by the watershed of the Aravalli mountains which run from the northeast to the southwest, displaced by a deep fault which moved the mountains some 1,225 km (765 miles) in its central portion and 300 km (190 miles) in its eastern portion near Delhi.

The topographical regions into which Rajasthan’s 342,274 sq. km (132,152 sq. miles) can be divided are the northeastern hill tract, the Vindhyan plateau extensions in the southeast, the basins of the Chappan and Banas, the Aravalli backbone, the Shekhavati uplands in the northwest and the Luni basin of the southwest, merging into the large area on the west— the desert which occupies some 213,000 sq. km (82,000 sq. miles).

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Travel across this varied landscape usually begins from the east since most people enter Rajasthan from Delhi, which lies in the Jaipur-Delhi saddle between Rajasthan and e Ganga plain.

Entry point: Entering here, from Delhi, one encounters the northeastern hilly tract. Some 670 metres (2,200 feet) high, the hills near Alwar are a lofty threshold to the plains which stretch out below. Here the Aravallis have elevated plains and high valleys between quartzite ridges.

The northeastern hilly tracts open out into the eastern plains of the Banas and Chappan rivers which lie between the highland plateau of the Hardoti on the east and the Aravalli range and Bhorat plateau on the west.

Known as the Mewar plains to the north and the Chappan plains to the east, this stretch from Jaipur, through Tonk and Bhilwara, up to Udaipur is of hard rock, usually speckled granite. The rocks here have been cut and carried away for ages for carvings, and the silver, lead and zinc deposits from Zawar have been used for making the beautiful jewellery worn here. The Banas and Chappan rivers flow east from the Aravalli watershed and their western tributaries flow from the Vindhyan plateau.

Further south is the Adivasi belt along the Main river’s tributaries. A land of hills and deep valleys, it is an area which is deeply eroded and hence very different from the gneissic plain of Mewar. Here separate hillocks stand on a rough uneven land covered with scanty forests. Best of Rajasthan Tour Packages…

East of these plains, almost shielding Rajasthan from southern India, stand the sentinels — the Vindhya ranges, known here as the (Haraouti) Hardoti plateau. This area is drained by the river Chambal. Southwards, a steep escarpment overlooks the Bundelkhand area of Madhya Pradesh. Formed by the bending of the Aravallis by a mighty thrust from the southern plateau is this pathar or stony upland of the Kota-Bundi area near Banswara and Pratapgarh. It is here that the Deccan lava lands meets the folded Aravalli ranges, connecting the peninsula to the northern plains.

West of the plains of the Chappan and Banas are the Aravalli hills where the massive quartzites mix with metamorphic rocks of an earlier period to produce a stepped arrangement of the landscape, like a hand fan, from the Bhorat plateau near Udaipur, 1,225 metres (4,000 feet) high to the northeastern highlands.

The southern hilly region of Rajasthan has conical hills, rugged slopes and sheer vertical scarps, and on the plains are hummocky dunes with exposed, now smooth, sides of granite rock.

The areas near Ajmer have extensions of the Aravallis and granites of many colours are found here. Looking back from here to the Banas-Chappan plains through the pass, which is the passage to the east of Rajasthan, rising on each side of the pass, are peaks of reddish granite on blue micaceous slate. Beyond here is a quick ascent through prickly-pear country across to the desert plains.

West of the Aravallis, before entering the Marusthali, or the great desert, is the desert margin. The plains of the river Luni, the Shekhavati region, and, in the north, the saddle between Jaipur and Jodhpur, with the Ghaggar plain, is a desert land with several salt lakes.

The Shekhavati area, because of the low broken hills of the Aravallis in the north, affords a doorway into the desert. The wind gaps here invite the dusts of the desert eastwards, even into the plains of the Banas river. This lake country contains the Sambhar, Didwani and Degana lakes which collect the rare rain water in the monsoons and in the dry weather become mere muddy pools.

South of here the land has many seasonally dry rivers, the largest being the Luni, which gets its waters from the tiny rivulets that run off the Aravalli hills. This river rises at the Ana Sagar at Pushkar near Ajmer and with its few tributaries flows into a salt marsh in the Rann of Kutch. The Luni, which brings sweet water into the desert, has thick deposits of sand in its channel and the water courses become a mere trickle in summer. The land has steep slopes and large areas of open alluvial plains. Between the river courses are uplands of hard granite and rhyolite. Best of Rajasthan Tour Packages.

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