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Day6-We left for Delhi early in the morning.We went to Kuldhara which is on the way back from the sand dune camps towards Jaisalmer city.Kuldhara is said to be a haunted village.One can see the ruins of the kingdom and also witness the finely bulit architecture and planning of this ancient kingdom.We took the Bikaner route and stopped at Bikaner for lunch.It is a well built city and yes,the snacks at Bikaner are indeed delicious!...
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It was immense fun being hurtled sideways and getting airtime bouncing over and around the dunes: Thrashing the dunes in beloved Thar Next was a visit to the Kuldhara village, a ghost-town comprising of abandoned ruins from an earlier inhabited village: Kuldhara village After reaching the city of Jaiselmer, we went to the Patvo ki Haveli....
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On the way to Sam Sand Dunes,which was our place where camp was booked.our driver took us to Bada Bagh.Its a place where Royal family was burried/burned.Its a marvellous architecture and must visit place.After Badabagh,he took us to Kuldhara village,which is said to be haunted.But when you visit kuldhara,you don't feel that its a village.It has half made houses and 99% of them don't have roofs and all the houses seemed that the people might have started building them but were not able to finish them.I also didn't understand that the story says around 30-40 villages(including Kuldhara) were emptied in a night with all the people migrating to some place else but it didn't seemed that so many people were living in that village.May be I am wrong but you will feel it when you visit that village or even in photographs.God knows So After Kuldhara,we reached our camping site.its 40kms from Jaisalmer.Desert Spring is the name of Camp site.You can find many options for desert camping in Sam Sand Dunes and even in Khurri.Our Camping resort has around 20 tents with attached Toilet,running hot/cold water,room heater,cupboard and it included the dinner and breakfast for next morning.we went for Camel Safari in the evening and the camel named Raju took us to the dunes nearby....