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Pushkar- a quintessential experience

The architecture, monuments, history or the calmness and serenity normally defines the beauty of any city, but around 145 kms from Jaipur in Rajasthan, is the temple city of Pushkar which is famous for its Brahma temple (the only temple of Lord Brahma in the world) and Pushkar lake that raises the spirit of tourists. 389 more words

Travel And Tourism

Things I learned, places I travelled and mountains I hiked in my Gap Year May,2016~June 2017

I can never be more elated and satisfied with my decision of taking a gap year after my graduation. It was one hell of a year, if i’m being modest. 922 more words


Fellow Sightseers on the Road To Pushkar

One of the things that always astounds us as we travel in India is the number of monkeys by the roadside. This is one group we saw as we were being driven into Pushkar for the annual camel fair. 29 more words



Dal Kacchori, Pyaaz Kacchori and Lassi from Sodhani Sweets, Ajmer Road, Jaipur

If you were to divide travellers on the basis of itinerary then there will be two types of travellers – one who goes by the rulebook and the other who goes by  1,547 more words


Journey Pushkar

A short story from recent trip to Pushkar , Rajasthan

A random suggestion 10 days back by my friend Sambuddho Chakravarty for a weekend get-away to somewhere around Delhi. 435 more words


A Royal Retreat

The magnificence of the forts, the dazzle of the glittering ‘sheesh mahals’ and flamboyant palace-hotels, the rustic beauty of the villages, the inner calmness even in the thick crowds at Ajmer Shareef, the staggering queues of the devout at Pushkar, the clambering of hawkers in the old city and the mouth-watering… 865 more words


Pushkar, Plug your ears… and nose

Note: This post was originally rated R for language. Editing cleaned it up… Please use your imagination!

We are up at 4:15 am for another early six-hour train ride. 731 more words