The Divine – Ajmer Sharif Dargah
A solo trip to ajmer sharif and pushkar
Bigotry and Bihar: Experiencing Humanity In An Unexpected Land
Ajmer Sharif - A spiritual saga!
Kesaria, Bihar - the highest stupa of the world !!
The celebration of Chhath Puja-Bihar
I still have not forgotten the heat I had faced when I crossed parts of Bihar during the summers, more than some fifteen years back and had thought I will never again be here in the future but as fate always has it, having married someone from the same place, a trip there was just a matter of time....
Spend a pristine day in the heart of Bihar
Beautiful Bihar: Mahabodhi Temple
Bihar is the most impressive and beautiful state I've visited till now, I won't lie, but since all these years all I've heard about Bihar are the negative things, like people are bad,roads are extremely worse, it's a mess everywhere, and I kinda believed it also,and i entered Bihar ,prepared with that perception only .and guess what, i was wrong, I was wrong everywhere. ...
Bihar – Why not?
Visit to North Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve
A tryst to Bihar
Bodh Gaya - Doorway to Heaven
Vaishali : The Cradle of Democracy
A little laid-back land: Pushkar
8 Things To Do in Ajmer and Pushkar
Around the forgotten tracks of Ancient Magadha
Bodh Gaya: Gateway to Buddhism
SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT AT AJMER
Bodh Gaya: Buddhism and beyond
It’s the city of enlightenment – BODH GAYA
5 days in the heaven called Kashmir
MANGO PEOPLE – THE STATE OF RAJASTHAN
Spiritual Treat - Ajmer and Pushkar
An Atheist's Weekend Itinerary For Pushkar-Ajmer To Find Spiritual Emancipation Sans The Gods
Jaipur: Yeh shehar nahin, mehfil hai
Pushkar: Beyond The Mela
People and Stories: Backpacking Rajasthan Part 1
Roadtripping Bangalore to Delhi
Jaipur- A short trip to the Pink City
Ajmer and Pushkar: The place I call home
Pushkar – a Spiritual Quest
Travelling alone from Pink City to City of Lakes
Ajmer | Pushkar, Rajasthan | 25Jan2017
The govt. transportation commonly controlled by Rajasthan Roadways, however the significant share of the transportation is controlled by private transportation services The Ajmer Sharif Dargah It is a shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti which is situated at the foot of the Taragarh hill, and consists of several white marble buildings arranged around two courtyards, including a massive gate donated by the Nizam of Hyderabad, and the Akbari Mosque, built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and containing the domed tomb of the saint....
Jaipur-the first planned city of ancient india
It was a family trip we took in first week of March.The temperature went 30 degrees in the day to 18 degrees at night.Other than afternoon time , it was mostly pleasant.The city has a long history,the one with the most turmoils as compared to the other cities of Rajasthan.The first capital of Rajasthan was Amer thats almost next to Jaipur.Jaipur was formed as a result in expansion of Amer.It was the first planned city and is also known as the pink city.The city center is painted pink.Culturally its a mixture of western and indian influence.You will find great places to eat catering to all taste buds with a enthralling night life.History of Amer and birth of Jaipur can be seen at sound and night show that happens every evening 7 to 9 at Amer fort.The way the royal family lived and over the generations lifestyle is well displayed at city palace.The current family still resides there.Jantar mantar adjoining City Palace gives insight into the extent to which indian sciences were developed in those times.Overall the city gives you a lot in terms of history with keeping you intouch with todays lifestyle....
16 Bihari Cuisine Every Traveler Must Taste
Valmiki Tiger Reserve (VTR)
Varanasi: The oldest existing civilization
so, me and my friend pratheek, wanted to go to a place which is not generally visited by a lot of Indian youngsters. as i had read a lot about the Aghori sect, i wanted to go personally, and get to know more about them, which led to this whole adventure of ours. thankfully pratheek was the only one ready to come with me. so we dcided to take a train to varanasi. as there are not a lot of trains to varanasi itself, we had to board Sangamitra express which was from bangalore to patna, and we had to alight at Mugalsarai junction and go to varanasi from there. to our luck, the train in which we were travelling was a group of 14 people, everyone above the age of 50 were going on a pilgrimage to Varanasi. we started talking with them, and one Mr....