Cheerful, simple, Warm and welcoming, the people of Rajasthan are very deeply attached to their traditional roots and yet progressing in each of the modern aspects. With people of various religions, creeds, and castes living in perfect harmony, Rajasthan is a multi-cultured state with a great unity in its diversity. The beauty of the state can be determined from the fact that after every 12 miles, the water, dialect, cuisine, and turban in Rajasthan changes.
Rajasthan has many dialects. The local language tends to vary as you visit different regions. Like the people of western Rajasthan speak Marwari, the region in the east and southeast practices Jaipuri or Dhundhari, Malvi is spoken in the southeast in region of Malwi, , the residents of Alwar speak Mewati, and those in the district of Bharatpur practice Mewati, with some traces of Braj Bhasa. In addition to this, the Mewari is spoken in & around Udaipur, Hadoti is widely spoken in Kota & Bundi, and the regions of Dungarpur & Banswara practice Bagri.
However, besides English you can also find many guides & interpreters available in many languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German, etc.,