- He acknowledged the state’s rich cultural heritage and glorious history.
- Shah praised the people of Rajasthan for their sacrifice and bravery.
- He highlighted the role of Rajasthan in protecting India’s culture, civilization, and self-respect.
- Shah expressed his belief that the inspiring stories of heroism from Rajasthan will continue to inspire the country for generations to come.
Amit Shah wished the people of Rajasthan, the land of rich cultural heritage and glorious history, on Rajasthan Day. He said that the immortal stories of the sacrifice of Veer Bhoomi Rajasthan for the protection of India’s culture, civilization, and self-respect will always inspire the country.
History of Rajasthan day
Rajasthan Day is celebrated annually on March 30 to commemorate the formation of the state of Rajasthan. On this day in 1949, the state of Rajasthan was created by merging various princely states, including Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, and Udaipur. The newly formed state of Rajasthan was inaugurated on March 30, 1949, with Jaipur as its capital. Rajasthan is known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning palaces, and majestic forts. On Rajasthan Day, people celebrate the state’s culture, traditions, and history through various cultural programs and events. The day is a reminder of the state’s glorious past and its contribution to India’s cultural heritage.