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One amazing melange of People, Cattles and Colors - The Pushkar Fair

Welcome to this one big assemblage of people in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India. The five day annual mela (known in the local language) is one of the largest camel fair in the world, taking place from Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Purnima, Oct-Nov in Hindu Calender. 243 more words


The one who knows himself need not know anything else.

These were the words that I had heard from a holy man in Pushkar and they where reverberating in my mind. I had seen so much colour in the last few days in this town that I felt exhausted by all the walking and thinking. 564 more words


Praza Edgbaston

Birmingham is famed for its curries, but more than ever, Indian cuisine in the city is moving more towards fine dining restaurant than humble balti house. 519 more words


As the full moon draws closer, it’s wedding season in India. We see colourful processions everywhere. The brides and grooms parade through the streets and towns, accompanied by blaring music, beating drums, fireworks and the occasional painted elephant. 637 more words

2015 Touring

Pushkar Mela: Not for everyone?

In the open grounds, a carnival of sorts is on. Local stalls and giant Ferris wheels are on one side. It has that typical Mela… 686 more words


The Laughing Buddha with Brahma at Pushkar

“ He who binds himself a joy does the winged life destroy . He who kisses the joy as it flies lives in eternities sunrise . 670 more words