after those in Kolkata, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Gurugram and Mumbai. It is the first metro in the
      country to run on double storey elevated road and track. The construction work is on for the next
      phase.
      Aviation: All eminent cities are regular connected with Jaipur airport under domestic air services
      in which Delhi, Mumbai, Ahemdabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune and
      Guwahati are important domestic air services. International air services are also available for
      Dubai, Mascutt and Sharjah from Jaipur airport.
      Festivals
           Rajasthan is a land of festivals and fairs, besides the national festivals of Holi, Deepawali,
      Vijayadashmi, Christmas, etc., auspicious days related to deities of gods and goddesses, saintly
      figures, folk heroes and heroines are celebrated. Important fairs are Teej, Gangaur, Holi-
      Dhulandi, Kite and Rajasthan Divas (Jaipur), annual Urs of Ajmer Sherif and Galiakot Pushkar
      Fair (Ajmer), Ramdevji Cattle Fair (Nagaur), Camel Festival (Bikaner), Desert Festival
      (Jaisalmer), Beneshwar Fair (Dungarpur), Braj-Holi Festival (Bharatpur), Kailadevi Fair, Shri
      Mahaveer Fair (Karouli), Ranakpur Festival, Godwar Festival (Pali), Mewar Festival (Udaipur),
      Summer and Winter Festivals in Mount Abu (Sirohi), Kajli Teej and Bundi Festival (Bundi),
      Dussehra Festival and Adventure Festival (Kota), Matsya Festival (Alwar), Marwar Festival
      (Jodhpur), Chandrabhaga Fair (Jhalawar), Jambheshwar Fair and Koloyat Fair (Nokha Bikaner)
      and Khatu Shyamji Fair (Khatu-Sikar), etc.
      Tourists Centres
           Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, Mount Abu (Sirohi), Ranthambore National Park (Tiger
      Reserve)-(Sawai Madhopur), Sariska Tiger National Park (Alwar), Keoladeo National Park
      (Bharatpur), Ajmer, Jaisalmer, Pali, Bundi, Kota, Jhalawar, Shekhawati (Sikar) and Chittorgarh
      are important places of tourists interest in the state.
      Relevant Website: www.rajasthan.gov.in
      Government
       Governor               : Kalyan Singh               Chief Secretary       : Devendra Bhushan
                                                                                    Gupta
       Chief Minister         : Ashok Gehlot               Jurisdiction of High  : Rajasthan
                                                           Court
      Sikkim
       Area                   : 7,096 sq km                Population            : 6.11 lakh
                                                                                    (provisional census
                                                                                    2011)
       Capital                : Gangtok                    Principal             : Lepcha, Bhutia,
                                                           Languages                Nepali,