Dear friends this is a continuation of the last blog "Bangalore to Diu on a motorcycle". I am going to start my journey from Ahmedabad Gujarat to Pushkar Rajasthan on a motorcycle to meet my team Bulls Of Mysore, a motorcycle club from Mysore who was currently exploring Jodhpur and was about 250kms away from Pushkar.
My day started at 5 AM, it was one of the coldest morning I have experience in Ahmedabad, it was 12 °c shivering while fixing my saddle to my bike. Since the Ahmedabad Jaipur National Highway was under maintenance, Google maps took me on a faster route on the state highway which was truly wonderful for a morning ride. Please check the map attached, I had about 600kms to ride and I was stubborn to cross the border with Rajasthan and take my first break. After reaching Abu Road I stopped on a road side dabha for a chai and a bite. Later made it to Pushkar around 4 PM, found out my team would take some more time to arrive. So I go find a place to stay and fresh up while I wait for the team.
It was a mix feeling of emotions busting in me soo excited to see all of them on there motorcycle gear up and successful complete the journey. They all arrived just before the sunset and the accomodation was brilliant and everyone was happy. We were now 13 in number had a little army of our own. So after soaking up the sunset everyone fresh up and went by foot to explore the city.
Pushkar is a city surrounding by hills, lake in the centre settlement is all around the lake. It has one main road that cuts from North to South with very colourful market. You will find all kind on national in there groove. It gets all beautiful by the sunset and transform itself to a hippie city. It is pure veg place and no consuming alcohol. At one end of it is the world only Brahma temple, we went for a walk quickly got into temple seeing it's less crowded. The energy of the place did calm our souls and was very peaceful. We grabbed a falafala a massive veg roll, I ordered for there special Ganga roll comes with 3 different cheese and can customise the filling. We took our roll went by the lake side to eat, I bet you can't finish one. Later back to our rooms sat around the fire and laughed the night out.