7 Hidden Places in Rajasthan That Tourists Don't Even Know Exist
Delhi to Jaisalmer - 2000 kms of a thrilling solo bike road trip
Forward route: Delhi – Jaipur – Nagaur – Phalodi - Pokhran - Jaisalmer Total onward distance before touchdown – 900 kms (Approximate) Motorcyle – Royal Enfield Desert Storm 500 cc Luggage – 1 Tank bag (the one which sticks to the fuel tank via magnet straps) Riding Gear – Riding jacket, Knee guard, Gloves, helmet, torch (all mandatory for long distance touring) I was ready, and my granny was not ready for the surprise....
Khimsar: A touch of Rajasthan
Hidden Destinations in Rajasthan
Rajasthan road trip
Thar desert on a motorcycle
Wandering beyond Sam Sand Dunes
Experience Rustic Life in Khuri Desert
A trip to Khuri Village – Life under the stars
Meera Ki Nagri - Merta, Rajasthan
Registhan Guest House - An Oasis In The Thar
Khimsar – A royal abode
The rhythm of Jaisalmer
I can never get over that fascinating evening at Khuri--a desert village,some 45 kms from Jaisalmer .After witnessing a spectacular sunset on the desert we had reached the resort where a musical programme had been arranged for the tourists.The courtyard was an open space with chairs all around and a huge fire burning in the middle.The January-end cold of the desert made itself felt under the open sky.The programme began with the customary `Kesariya balam aao ni padharo mhare des` ...by Talab Khan Mangniyar and group.After two or three song numbers a young woman performed a few traditional dance items.By now the mood had picked up,courtesy, the steaming hot coffee with snacks and savouries....
The Thar Trek- in the dunes ,on the camel
The Jain Temple at Amarsagar Cooking in the dunes with local tribes Typical desert food at the village homestay In the Khuri Dunes Sunrise in the Desert Meandering in the Desert National Park The Great Indian Thar Desert is a unique and the only terrain of its kind in India.It offers you a wide range of Travel possibilities ranging from Trekking,cycling,eating,art ,culture,leisure,shopping to Wildlife Photography and artistic landscape.It offers you an experience like none other like sleeping under the starry nights watching the comets in the d unes to testing your endurance in trekking through this difficult terrain to reach the end of the world.The easiest way is to take a train(old delhi railway station) or bus(Bikaner house) to Jaisalmer which is the last station of India towards this side of border.There are many budget as well as luxury hotels available as per your need.The ideal time to go is in Winters. from december to March .Visit the fort, the museums,the sunset points as per your interests.Go to Hanuman Chowk and try Chaats and eat Pyaaz Kachauri at Chandan Restaurant.The 'Ghotuan' ladoo is very famous in the Bhatia Market at Bhopa chowk....
Jaisalmer! Rendezvous with The Golden City
The Sufi Festival - Jodhpur
Country roads take me home..
Surajgarh Fort - An Amritara Hideaway, Rajasthan
By Road From Delhi : 195 Km Via Behror, Narnaul, Singhana, Chirawa, Surajgarh 175km Via Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar, CharkiDadri, Loharu, Surajgarh 206 km Via Rewari, Narnaul, Singhana, Chirawa, Surajgarh From Bikaner : 260 km via Jhunjhnu, Chirawa, Surajgarh From Jodhpur : 410 km via Nagaur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Chirawa, Surajgarh From Jaipur : 215 km Via Ringus, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Chirawa, Surajgarh By Railway Surajgarh railway station (2 kms away) is the nearest station and has trains operating bewteen Rewari, Sikar and Delhi. ( Train Names - Re Sikr Passenger, Dee Sikar Exp) Another nearby Railway station is at Loharu (15 km away)....