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Chittorgarh Fort

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by Exploring The World on Mar 22, 2016

UDAIPUR

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by Exploring The World on Feb 4, 2016

Jaipur

Jaipur is a major tourist destination in India forming a part of the Golden Triangle. Visitor attractions include the Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Galtaji, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Garh Gane...
by Exploring The World on Nov 4, 2015

RSRTC Recruitment 2015 for Managers & Transport Inspector Posts

RSRTC Recruitment 2015:- Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) published recruitment notification for 27 vacancies of  Manager & Transport Inspector Posts. All eligible and interested candidates can submit application on or before 3...
by Government Jobs Portal on Oct 16, 2015

Jaisalmer – The Golden City of India

Shining bright in the golden binge of sun, the colors of Jaisalmer are romantic in itself. In the heart of Thar, Jaisalmer is all about a tourist’s Pandora, complemented with the magical blend of nature and man-made artefacts. Forts, Havelis, Jain...
by bookahotel weblog on Aug 17, 2015

The stepwell at Lohargal

One place that everyone I spoke to in Shekhawati said I must visit was Lohargal. And all gave different reasons for visiting it. It is our hill station, said one. You get the best pickles in the world there, said … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 27, 2015

Messages on the wall: The graffiti of Nawalgarh

When I arrived in Nawalgarh, the first work of ‘art’ I noticed was not its famed frescoes or even its grand havelis — it was a piece of graffiti. I was looking out of the window of the car I … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 22, 2015

The painter of murals

Every traveller has a story or two or maybe more about chance happenings that led to something more, something interesting. This is one such story. :) I had just finished my tour of the Dr. Ramnath A. Podar Haveli Museum … Continue reading U...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 19, 2015

The Shekhawati trip planner

In case it wasn’t apparent in the last few posts, I had a blast conceptualising and writing the series on “The Painted Towns of Shekhawati“. The series is done for now (at least till I visit Shekhawati again in the … Continue...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 15, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-6: Bissau

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to that extraordinary place in January this year. I had to wait for nearly 6 months, though, before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming … Continue reading ...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 7, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-5: Fatehpur

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to that extraordinary place in January this year. I had to wait for nearly 6 months, though, before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming … Continue reading ...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 2, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-4: Laxmangarh

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place in January this year. I had to wait for nearly 6 months, though, before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 29, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-3: Mandawa

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place in January this year. I had to wait for nearly 6 months before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming were … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 26, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-2: Dundlod

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place, and I had to wait for nearly six months before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming were my thoughts and emotions. This … Continue...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 21, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati-1: Nawalgarh

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place, and I had to wait for nearly six months before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming were my thoughts and … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 17, 2015

The painted towns of Shekhawati: Past and present

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on a trip to that region earlier this year. It turned out to be an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place, and I had to wait for nearly six months before I … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 12, 2015

Hawa Mahal, The Pink Building in Jaipur India

Hawa Mahal: The red and pink sandstone building in Jaipur Hawa mahal was built by Sawai Pratap Singh in the 17th century and is listed as the most distinctive landmarks of India. It is a five storeyed building in pink and red sandstone and shaped in...
by Travel O Masti on Apr 20, 2015

Breaking The Blogging Slumber ~ Jaisalmer Trip #Travel #Rajasthan

To Travel is to Live - Hans Christian Anderson A post about our trip to Jaisalmer was long due on this space. We had been to this beautiful city in Rajasthan in February and since then I have been just thinking about it. Well, today I went...
by Jyoti's Pages on Apr 2, 2015

Rajasthan Travel ? Top Five Exciting Travel Destinations to Explore

Rajasthan, the land of kings, is one of the most colorful and vibrant states of India. Drenched into royal gran...
by Paradise Of Travel Destination on Jan 15, 2015

India Travel ? Glorious Rajasthan with Magical Destinations

Rajasthan rightly falls in the list of must-see states of India. Brimming with incredible experiences, it is indeed incredible and revelatory calling t...


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