As we left the giant field, we found a bunch of shops that houses interesting items on sale. We also came across a strange sight – women standing on an elevated platform, dancing to Bollywood tunes. At first we had no idea what was happening. But as we tried to make sense of the incoherent announcements, we realized it was a ‘dance bar’ where men were invited to watch women dance for a price. We immediately left this vile sight trying to ignore the feeling of our skin crawling.
While you walk back to your hotel room I highly recommend you grab one of the many sensational falafels available at a little store in Pushkar. It’s amazing and if you’re vegetarian this is where you get spoilt for choice. The amazing falafels make you want to keep biting into them but each serving is so huge, you won’t be able to stuff your face with a second.
For breakfast a healthy option is honey’s – a little restaurant that serves organic food with vegan options. This is where I tried muesli with yoghurt for the first time and loved it!
I definitely want to visit Pushkar again and as I write this, I’m missing Rajasthan so much! I think when you visit Pushkar, you leave a part of your heart there.
This post was originally published on Vegetarian Trails.