Ajmer is one place in Rajasthan that we visited regularly during Moharram. I have some memories of Ajmer captured in photo during my days of schooling and summer vacation. I enjoyed the mix of warm condition in the morning and cold weather at night. This is something I remember.
After completing Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka - I wanted to explore the North region. Nothing can be better than Rajasthan. The blend of history, culture, food and festival. Specially, for a budget traveler like me, Rajasthan fits well for my wallet.
I visited Rajasthan last year for celebrating my birthday. For a long time I was thinking to write my experience here on Tripoto. But kept pushing it. Also I was busy exploring some other locations.
So Here it is - Rajasthan - भले पधारो सा !
Yes. Better Late than Never.
I covered some spectacular destinations - Right from Mewad Bhoomi to Marwar Dharti.
(Mewad and Marwad were two major kingdoms in Rajasthan)
There was one thing that caught my eyes - which was unique.
I saw doors & walls printed with invitations. People had put up open invitations for all to be their guests and be part of their celebration. Be it, Birthday Celebration or Wedding.
I could not take a picture of it. I am sure if you had visited Rajasthan, you must have seen it too.
I do not plan to write a lengthy piece.
I think, I should put up pictures for you all. My vocabulary will fall short to pen down my experience and the love I received in Rajasthan.
So see for yourself.
Vijay Stambh - It was built by Rana Kumbha to commemorate their victory. It is erected inside the Chittor Fort complex