The desert land of Rajasthan was ruled by Royals in the past especially in the medieval and modern period. The erstwhile Maharajas of Rajasthan have left many landmarks across the state. During their rules the Maharajas used to enjoy great luxuries and spent a prosperous life with great enthusiasm. Even today during a trip of Rajasthan you can observe the luxurious lifestyle of Maharajas at many places that are preserved in palaces, havelis (mansions) and historic monuments. Among the many things that are famous about the rulers of Rajasthan are the delectable food they had savoured during their rule. You can savour the cuisines at the popular five star hotel, heritage hotels and resorts of the Rajasthan.
The former Maharajas were fond of gaming and water fowls and other bird species brought down by them were found at their dining table. Smoked kebabs and skewered lamb are some of the yummiest non-vegetarian food that bear the distinction of the taste and aroma. Leading hotels of Rajasthan serve these royal dishes in 11 different ways in traditional style.
Apart from royal food the common food of Rajasthan is more of less influenced by the physical conditions of the particular place. The popular dishes of Rajasthan are cooked with lot of fresh vegetables, pure ghee and little water. Milk and butter are also largely used as a main ingredient is most of the dishes. Another popular dish served across Rajasthan is dal (lentils), bati (baked wheat) and churma (sweetener). Further, each of the local regions of Rajasthan has its own distinct dish such as Rasogullas of Bikaner, Mawa Kachori of Jodhpur, Ghevar of Jaipur, Malpuas of Pushkar and Alwar Ka Mawa.