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Rajasthan

Jaipur In 24 Hours – From ‘Hawa To Jal Mahal’

Jaipur In 24 Hours – From ‘Hawa To Jal Mahal’

Jaipur turned out to be even better than my expectations. I had been to other places of Rajasthan – Udaipur, Pali, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Ajmer and Pushkar, but had never been to Jaipur, which is quite ironic given the fact that I have lived close to […]

My Favourite Places For SLOW TRAVEL

My Favourite Places For SLOW TRAVEL

Slow Travel is my favourite way of exploring a place. I like to travel without an agenda on mind. I wouldn’t say that I don’t visit ‘tourist’ points. I’d say that although I mostly enjoy immersive, slow-paced travel, I do follow set itineraries once in […]

9 Reasons Why My Itchy Feet Love Rajasthan

9 Reasons Why My Itchy Feet Love Rajasthan

Rajasthan is my absolute favourite destination in India. There’s some undefined magic about it. The thought of penning this post birthed while I was going through some of my old photographs of Rajasthan – Udaipur, my first solo trip ever, the epic desert safari, the […]

Pali – A Peaceful Jewel Of Rajasthan

Pali – A Peaceful Jewel Of Rajasthan

The first thing that I reminisce about Pali is the quality of peace it has. Of course, it’s rustic, colourful and interesting just like the rest of Rajasthan, but there’s definitely a scent of serenity in the air. Although there’s a lot to do and […]

Sneak Into The Old Balconies Of Ajmer

Sneak Into The Old Balconies Of Ajmer

The first place you want to visit in Ajmer is Dargah Sharif. I, too, was curious about it. However, my curiosity wandered off a little bit and settled on the markets of Ajmer. I found walking through the chaotic lanes more interesting, and in the […]

Pushkar – ‘Beyond The Ghats’ In 18 Photos

Pushkar – ‘Beyond The Ghats’ In 18 Photos

Pushkar had always been on my wish-list. I am not sure what drew me to the little town of temples, but I wanted to make it there once. Everybody told me that there isn’t much to explore other than the Ghats, and that the camel […]

Rajasthan – In Black & White (18 Photos)

Rajasthan – In Black & White (18 Photos)

RAJASTHAN, known for its colours, can’t be imagined in ‘black & white’. However, I believe images in black & white exude more character. Well, the photographs that you are going to see here were not really clicked with black & white theme in mind. I […]

7 Quintessential Experiences Of Jodhpur

7 Quintessential Experiences Of Jodhpur

There is a certain essence of Jodhpur that’s hard to describe, but it’s still vivid in my mind. To be honest, there is nothing in particular that makes me want to revisit Jodhpur. Interestingly, the arid air of Jodhpur invokes curiosity in a traveller. I […]