If you are traveling to Jaisalmer and want to explore this beautiful city of Rajasthan in the coming time then here are a few quick tips.
Jaipur is a city of surprises. Here, the traditional style merges with the urban landscape and presents you with a larger than life atmosphere. The city is the melting pot of modern lifestyle infused into history and culture.
When it comes to tourism in Rajasthan, Bikaner is usually overlooked. Compared to the exotic Udaipur, traditional Jodhpur and royal Jaisalmer, Bikaner is more like the poor cousin of ignored by the rich members of the family. Lucky for me! Traveling to Rajasthan in winters can be hectic. Hotels are full, train and bus tickets... Continue Reading →
I remember Karni Mata Temple from an episode of Maano ya na Maano hosted by Irfan Khan. He talked about this place and the legend associated with it. It was very creepy to see mice running around the temple premises and devotees feeding them with so much love. It is famous as The Mouse Temple... Continue Reading →
Let me ask a question. If you are offered to spend a few days in palace in middle of a desert in a village that probably doesn’t even exist on the map of India, what will your answer be? I know, most of you will leave everything to spend a vacation at a place like... Continue Reading →
If Navalgarh is Rajashthan’s open art gallery then Mandawa is the royal art exhibition. For one, budget travellers like me cannot afford to stay here and second the haveli’s here are more artistic and well maintained as compared to the other parts of Shekhawati. Indian tourist spots are known for touts and the way they approach... Continue Reading →
Rajasthan is known for its Royal Havelis and Forts and exploring Rajasthan is like time traveling to a era of romance and valor. If one region of Rajasthan was to define the Rajputana’s lavish lifestyle then it should always be the Shekhawati Region. In short, Shekhawati is Rajasthan’s art gallery. For those who haven’t heard... Continue Reading →
Jaipur was the last stop for my Rajasthan trip. Extremely bored by Jaipur Lit Fest and the superficial crowd present there, I found myself moving far away from the venue that led me towards Amer Fort. Rajasthan turns people into admires of history and antiquity. With every visit to one of these mighty structures... Continue Reading →
Rajasthan is known for its Mehmannavazi or hosting. People here treat their hosts as Royal Guests. They are proud of their heritage and will tell you about it with pride and show you around as much as they can. While experiencing this sort of hosting in Udaipur where they treated a poor backpacker like me... Continue Reading →