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Amer Fort is what defines Rajasthan.

I slowly, steadily with every passing ruin turned into something I shouldn’t have. Had I not turned into an admirer of antiquity, I could take control of my urge to trace my fingers on the rugged walls of a palace that once belonged to a mighty maharaja. 361 more words

Travel Capers: At Nakki lake, Poonarama's story

I was walking down the alluring Nakki Lake, which is said to be dug by Devtas (gods) using their nakh (nails), hence was named ‘Nakki’. To my surprise a local guide told me that Mahatma Gandhi’s ashes were immersed into this holy lake. 363 more words


Mandurah Portrait & Landscape Prize

Sorry to the followers of my blog and face book friends, as I’m posting a photo that you’ve seen before, maybe even a couple of times. 68 more words

Hot Rods: Custom Camel Culture

In India’s Thar Desert, nomads rely so much on camels for survival that the animals are revered. Livestock owners take great pride in their camels, carving intricate patterns in their fur.



Art & Culture

The Great Indian Travel Bazaar Inaugurates Tomorrow

A popular travel bazaar where the people from different parts of the world come together and exchange their experiences.

Rajasthan chief minister, Ms. Vasundhara Raje will be inaugurating the GITB 2015 tomorrow at Hotel the Lalit at 6:30 pm. 109 more words

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