Western sector of India is dominated by the dry and desert
states of Rajasthan and Gujarat and by the state of Maharastra
and Goa from where the western ghats originate.
Great Thar desert on the western side of Rajasthan is barren
but holds great natural beauty, but it was covered with thick
forest millions of years ago. Rajasthan is a photographer's
paradise with old Rajputi forts and colourful attire of the
State of Gujarat is separated from the sindh in Pakistan by
the marshland known as Rann of Kutch. Gujarat is also the
only home to the Asiatic Lions.
Both Gujarat and Rajasthan are rich in culture, music and
tradition and are the obvious choice for travelers wanting
to see the rustic and exotic part of India.
Western ghats stretching out in the south originate from the
state of Maharastra. Goa along with Maharastra has India's
most beautiful beaches and magnificent forts and needless
to say that rides to each destination is superb, what with
all those ghats with hairpin bends.