This armchair travel documentary pulls viewers into the world of Rajasthan. This Indian subculture is seldom known or discussed outside of its native country, but radiates exotic and distinctive voices in art forms including architecture, music, and dance - forms that have historically impacted each other, as in the case of the Taj Mahal, with its influence by Rajasthani dance and music. The program argues that artistic expression in India grew more rich, complex and meaningful because Rajasthani culture afforded citizens the opportunity to voice those expressions in nearly every facet of daily life. The documentary travels through such towns as Pushkar, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Agra and Deshnoke, keeping an eye on how Rajasthan creative expression continues to influence each community.
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