In a situation where travel is barely a word in dictionary but hoping we live our memories with acquired knowledge. The values implicit when we travel is definitely something that is out of the world. Rajasthan was one of a memorable trip of my life where I educated myself about simplicity, minimalism and the plethora of courage and dedication needed to understand the unique history with great culture and traditions.
This Trip to Rajasthan was made in a hustle and I am going to tell you how? one fine morning I was talking to my old friend and we were missing our college days, suddenly we thought to plan a trip to Rajasthan. Both of us got to BINGO at the same time, It was just the moment we realised we can always live the part of life only if we desperately want to, no matters how old we are, either we are married or single, either you have a boss sitting on your neck to get things done or you are thinking to make that one trip which is not being possible from last 5 years, My schedule was very tight with work loads and a husband who barely understands cooking but I and my friend made some insane connections and thought to make this trip possible by choosing three extravagant places 1.Jaipur, 2.Udaipur, 3.Jaisalmer in 5 days.Now, I am going to tell you how I made this budget trip with my friend to visit this beautiful destinations which is absolutely regret if I would have kept it for another day. With this experience of my travel I believed in the transient world "Now" is the utmost reflex action that you could take or regret for rest of your life.
I took an early morning flight to Jaipur, the first thing I noticed in the Jaipur airport is the soothing song "padharo maare desh" the song I often used to hear when I used to watch Balika Badhu in my school days. The joy and the contentment of being in Jaipur allowed me to take the very first step that is booking an uber, and I recommend you to book an auto only if you want to enjoy the morning vibes, the fragnance of the city and thousands of pigeons flying unaninimously and disappering in the blue sky, the flutist, different colours of tied hats and and the cheerful smile on faces of thousands of localities who are keen enough to talk about their city. I was so excited that I asked the Auto rickshaw driver to drop me in Hawa Mahal and you can guess everything from the picture