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Review: Praza by Pushkar

A while ago we were invited to the launch night of Praza, a new Indian restaurant on the Hagley Road, just outside the city centre, the sister restaurant of the well-loved Pushkar in Birmingham itself. 634 more words

Eating Out Reviews

The holy Pushkar and an enticing stay at Pushkar Resort

Sun-kissed nature – I clicked this picture exactly two years back when my Mr. Right surprised me suddenly by announcing our annual vacation due for 2013, which was anyways a much needed break after delivering our bundle of joy in the beginning of the same year. 584 more words


On tour: The golden triangle pt.3

A week into the tour found us back on the road en route to Pushkar, the holy city of Rajasthan. We took a public bus half of the way and then ‘private cars’ once the roads became windy. 553 more words


Peoples & Places

Stories and anecdotes of the peoples and places that catch our imagination and fuel our wanderlust.

Part 1: India  68 more words


Beautiful innocence 

After Steve McCurrys portrait shot of the ‘Afghan Girl’ , this is the second photograph, shot by Sudhir Ramachandran that has me smitten!
The expression on both, mother and child speak happy volumes of pure bliss :)


Chapter 8 – Colourful Pushkar

A bright breezy early November morning looks upon us. I’m finally relaxed after last week’s heavy work schedule and enjoying my cuppa coffee on my 3rd floor veranda. 489 more words

Travel & Stories

Pushkar - A Backpacker's Paradise

If I have to choose one place among the places I have visited so far, I would choose Pushkar (Rajasthan) without thinking twice.

The peaceful streets of Pushkar come to life in the evening. 316 more words