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Splitsvilla 9 Host Rannvijay Singh Talks about Rajasthan’s Tourism Potential


During his recent visit to the pink city, actor Rannvijay Singh talked about a few things that give him an adrenaline rush when he visits Rajasthan. He says that he is quite regular to Rajasthan and finds it a must-visit place for every foreign tourist in India. He told that he always recommends traveling to Rajasthan whenever people ask him about where to go in India during his foreign visits.

Jaipur is Cleaner than Many Cities

Rannvijay, famed for hosting MTV Roadies was recently in the city to promote adventure sports. He talked about being an adventure junkie and how he finds Jaipur a lot cleaner than a lot of other cities in India. He said, “Jaipur is beautiful. I find Rajasthan a very appealing state with its wonderful architecture, heritage and food.”

Rajasthan can be developed as an Adventure Hub, says Rannvijay

He asked other states in India to take a cue from Rajasthan on developing tourism and also talked about Rajasthan’s tourism potential. According to Rannvijay, the Rajasthan state can be transformed into an adventure hub, especially Jaisalmer. While adventure today seems limited to Rishikesh, Manali and Leh-Ladakh, Rajasthan, which has both deserts and mountains, is a potential location to develop as an adventure hub.

Rannvijay and Rajasthan

Actor and TV presenter Rannvijay Singh, who is currently hosting Splitsvilla 9, has a long connection with Rajasthan. The actor has spent a lot of time growing up in Rajasthan and has well-explored the state. He says, “My father was from the Rajputana Rifles in the Army and so, I would keep coming to Rajasthan. I have spent a lot of time in Udaipur when I was young. I have also attended many national basketball camps in Sikar. I have been to Churu as well. My chachu GS Sangha, a major general in the Army, is posted in Jaipur. So I often come to the city to meet him. I really like Rajasthan. I have also shot for the show ‘Girls Night Out’ where we went to various haunted places across the country, including Kuldhara and Bhangarh Fort. In fact, I have been to Bhangarh Fort thrice.”

 


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