Rajasthan is situated in India's northwestern corner. Rajasthan is India's largest state, covering 10.4 percent of the country's total land area.

Pakistan's Punjab and Sindh provinces surround it on the northwest and west, accordingly, other Indian states with which it shares borders are Punjab to the north, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh to the northeast, Madhya Pradesh to the south-east, and Gujrat to the south-west.

The Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, which run diagonally across the state from northeast to southwest and serve as the desert's climatic and geomorphic boundary, are two of Rajasthan's geographical features.

From rolling sand dunes in the west to lofty rocks in the middle to fertile plains in the east, it has something for all.

The state's flora and fauna are also diverse. The Tropic of Cancer passes through Rajasthan's Banswara district on its way to the south.

Rajasthan has a diverse climate, ranging from arid to sub-humid monsoon, with rainfall distribution that is highly unequal.

The Aravali Range is the source of the majority of the rivers, which flow east or west. There are two kinds of lakes in Rajasthan: saline and freshwater lakes.

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