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More interesting facts on Rajasthan
- the City Palace of Jaipur in Rajasthan, India, holds the world's two largest silver objects (one pictured)?
- the Monsoon Palace in Udaipur, Rajasthan, was used as a major location for the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy?
- the restoration of Jal Mahal (pictured) plays an important role in improving the tourist industry of Jaipur in Rajasthan?
- the 1984 romantic TV miniseries based on the novel The Far Pavilions was filmed in the precincts of Samode Palace in Rajasthan, India?
- brightly colored leheria turbans were male business attire in Rajasthan, India during the 19th and early 20th centuries?
- Pabuji Ki Phad, a religious painting of folk deities, is the only surviving ancient traditional folk art form in the world of the epic of Pabuji, the Rajput of Rajasthan in India?
- Kachche Dhaage, the 1999 debut film of director Milan Luthria, stars Ajay Devgan as a smuggler delivering goods across the Rajasthan–Pakistan border?
- at least 37 people have died in the ongoing caste violence in Rajasthan, India?
- Hindu pilgrims to Pushkar Lake in Rajasthan, India, considered it lucky to be devoured by the crocodiles there?
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