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167 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Rajasthan’s opulent capital is a magical land brimming with desert camps and lakeside palaces. Sitting on the edge of ...
This day was planned for a Jaipur local sight seeing. So we hired a cab from Rajput tours and travels, they gave us a well maintained Innova car for us for the whole day. Our hotel was located near to airport, we had to come city side for all tourist places.
One of the most colourful cities in the country, Jaipur offers an insight into the royal era along with providing all the advantages of a metropolis. Despite being the capital of the state, the city offer peace and relaxation to locals as well as tourists. Founded in 1727, Jaipur is also called the ‘Pink City’ for its trademark building colour. One of the three corners of the Golden Triangle that include Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the bustling city is a perfect weekend getaway.
Day 1: Gurugram to Jaipur drive. We left around noon and drove through NH 48. We On our way we stopped at a road-side dhaba to much on some tasty ‘aloo-paratha’ with home-made white butter and ‘chaach’ (buttermilk). The drive was smooth through small towns like Bawal, Behror, Kotputli; large industrial areas near Neemrana; the infamous Hero MotoCorp plant at Dharuhera; and the semi-arid topology. We reached by evening and checked-in to our hotel. It was located on M.I. Road, close to Jayanti market and Raj Mandir Cinema, and bustled with tourists till night. We walked the areas nearby, collected a map and Jaipur city guide to plan our itinerary, gorged on authentic Rajasthani cuisine and called the day-off.
We started at 10:30, my uncle and me after a scrumptious breakfast. We first took to the places where a traveller would go. The beautiful route had a cherry topping added to it with the stories my travel partner told me, he showed me the place where he camped in his school time and why the government banned the place.
a. On reaching Jaipur, immediately went to cover the places on my list. I covered Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Birla temple and Chand Baori. All along I commuted through Metro or local bus. On finishing the tour, I went to catch the train to Delhi and then to Nagpur.
After exploring Pushkar enough, we took a train to the city of Forts, Jaipur. Again it was my second time in Jaipur but this time managed to explore more places which made me nostalgic all over again. That beauty of Hawa Mahal in the evening, magical Jantar mantar and range of forts made us wonder on how they created all these miracles.
232 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Udaipur beckons tourists from all over the world with its romantic landscapes and ethereal monuments. Bordered by the cr...
I have to say Udaipur was my favorite place to visit. Maybe because it was so much like Bhopal, with heritage and history and a lake, but maybe also because it is really a very nice place for art and architecture lovers. The views are spectacular as you can see the Aravalli Hills and in the middle of it is Lake Picholi and on its bank is City Place. Every place is worth looking at once in Udaipur so just grab a guide book from the hotel you are staying at and go see everything. (Foodie tip; do eat Biryani at ZAM ZAM hotel which is near the railway station)
There I got to know that Famous "Karni Mata Mandir" is in Udaipur which is also famous as a Rat Temple. I have heared the stories and have watched some videos. Got really excited to see the place and headed towards Udaipur.
UdaipurWe stayed in a hotel and decided to go and eat pani poori! There we met an auto rikshaw driver who was ready to take us through all the important points in a day and in a very cheap price! We called him the next day and headed to complete our udaipur journey.
While Udaipur is well-known for its lakes, there is more to its beauty than meets the eye. With its charming forts, intriguing culture, and a hostel just like home, Udaipur is everything Rajasthan is about. And if it is still not on your bucket list, have you even visited Rajasthan?
Day 8: End your trip at UdaipurEnjoy a hearty breakfast at the resort, after which you can make your way to Udaipur which is a little over 2 hours away. Situated on the banks of the pretty Pichola lake, Udaipur is named after Maharana Udai Singh II who founded this city in 1559. Its name translates to “city of dawn”, but curiously, it springs to life at dusk.
The royalty of Udaipur oozes out of its architecture and people, as they religiously follow commandment of "atithi devo bhava".
This part of the journey was a, de-stress therapy, on top of the world, infinity pool, relaxing, gazing at the city, it looked like the city is floating on water. The city is full of beautiful lakes, but the best one had to be Pichola, where you can sit by the side of lake, roll a joint, and enjoy the view.
308 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Popular, colourful and culturally rich, Jodhpur is one of Rajasthan's most beautiful cities. It is also known as the Sun...
The blue city, welcomed us with some delicious “Dal Bhati”, it just added to the Rajasthani feels, blue Jodhpur was blending with sky, when you see it from 150ft high zip line, like a king from the Mehrangarh fort. The fact that the city is blessed with some good food is so true; the food was amazing, so if in Jodhpur, no worries about food.
JodhpurJodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. The city is known as the "Blue City" because most of its houses in the old city are painted in Blue.We visited - Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace in JodhpurAfter our visit to Umaid Bhavan we started to Jaisalmer by Tempo TravelerStay in Jodhpur - The Umed Jodhpur (Good stay with good ambiance)Distance - From Jodhpur Station to Hotel is 11min(4.2km)(You can rent an OLA from station to hotel)
As soon as I reached I rushed to cover the 3 major places on my list - Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, and Jaswant Thada. I covered everything in a rush before hitting the train for Jaisalmer.
Day 2 : Jaipur to Jodhpur (350 Kms app)We started in the morning after having breakfast covered the ride in around 7 hours. In the evening we roam across the streets and had local flavours of Jodhpur. Love for Food keep us going.
Don’t forget to try Kachoris and Mirchi Vada in Jodhpur. You can get street food anywhere in the city especially outside the fort.
Day 7 - Jodhpur - the Blue CityAlthough a city, Jodhpur still breathes the royalty that once existed. Right from the grand Mehrangarh fort to Umaid Bhavan, this city has contained its culture and tradition. Visit one of the roof top restaurants surrounding the fort for a spectacular night view of the fort on one side and the iconic Clock Tower on the other. Go zip lining from the fort which takes an hour, have delightful pani puris and go street shopping. The blue houses are extremely difficult to find, start walking the lanes around the fort and if you are in luck, you might find one.Jaswant Thada, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Pukhraj Durry Udhyog and Mandore Gardens are some places to visit. Circling back to the start, I headed to Udaipur in an overnight bus.
169 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,September,October,November,December
Pushkar is full of colour, culture, warmth and joy! The first thing that attracts one to Pushkar is perhaps the colourfu...
Its time for us to leave Kota and explore rest of Rajasthan in a limited time. We had hired a cab which could drop us till Jaipur. So we were gonna have a road trip from Kota to Jaipur via Ajmer & Pushkar.We started from Kota around 10am, and took our first break on highway around 12pm and had our lunch in one of the highway dhaba with the tasty parathas. Then we continued our journey towards Pushkar on a hot sunny day, where we could also see desert look besides us and the road in between.
The ancient town of Pushkar is a site of holy pilgrimage for Hindus all over the world. Lately this small city has become a hub for international and national tourists travelling on a budget. With affordable cafes and accommodation, Pushkar should be on every shoestring traveller's bucket list.Best things to do: Visit Pushkar Lake, Brahma Mandir, Savitri Temple, Varaha TempleWhere to stay: Ananta Spa & Resorts, Hotel Shankar PalaceHow to reach: One can either board a train to reach Pushkar or catch a bus from DelhiDelhi to Pushkar distance: 402km
That is a cattle fair held in Pushkar Rajasthan throughout the Kartik Poornima full moon in November, and the attention is naturally, on the Camel; to a lesser extent, you'll see sheep, goats, and cows.It continues for 5 days, where you may observe camels shaved and decorated; they're paraded and entered in races, games and beauty competitions. Farmers and traders haggle and bargain, and trade livestock.A plethora of musicians, dancers, acrobats, and magicians entertain people, that may also select up curious, clothes, footwear and other knick-knacks in the numerous stalls which are set up.Bani Festival:
Backpackers from across the world throng to the city to relax and revive in the peaceful surroundings. Considering the huge influx of young generation travellers, couples, foreign nationals and energetic groups, the city invited a number of hostels to offer comfortable and affordable stay to its guests. While hotels and resorts are a good choice for a royal stay, there is no other way to touch the rustic charm of the city than staying in a hostel with a bunch of travel geeks.Here are the best Pushkar hostels you should be putting up in on your next backpacking trip to the city.
On reaching Pushkar Bus stand, I started off walking to the World’s Only temple of Lord Brahma. In between, I covered many temples of Old Rangji Temple, Apteshwar Temple, Paap Mochini Temple, Raghunath Temple, Atmeshwar Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Mai Gou Ghat, Siddhi Vinayak temple, Vishnu Temple, and Anasagar lake. I covered Pushkar Mela area, Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Savitri Mandir by going in a ropeway to get a glimpse of the desert from above. I enjoyed the famous Malpua of Pushkar and made that my lunch. I finished Pushkar by afternoon and went off to Jodhpur.
Next day we left for Pushkar, a hidden city with an easy going vibe where traditional meets hippies in the dessert state. Pushkar is one of India's holiest and oldest cities with the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma in the country, from among a handful in the world. Best time to visit Pushkar is during the camel festival. Unfortunately we missed it by a week's time. Nevertheless, visiting Pushkar lake, Pushkar Market, Camel Safari, Sand dunes and blissful evening in the village was definitely highlight of this trip.
Pushkar -The blue lotus flower - At noon take a local bus to Pushkar for 16 INR (12 INR for women). The drive takes you across the mountains on rocky, dry and dusty roads. In an hour you will reach Pushkar. It is one of the oldest towns in India and the only place which has a temple dedicated to lord Brahma. With a very low population, Pushkar is absolutely stunning and off beat. There are many roof top cafes, where you can relax and spend the day with good Israeli food. The sunset view from Pushkar ghat is quite known among tourists. You will also find a couple of cafes here serving delicious snacks and beverages.The distance between Pushkar and Jaipur can be covered in 2 and half hours on a local bus. Once the sun set, I boarded the bus at 7.00 pm and reached Jaipur by 10.30 pm.
159 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Surrounded by the enchanting Aravali hills, Ajmer is a medieval city most popular for the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chi...
It was just around 20kms from Pushkar to Ajmer and we drove down very soon, stopped our vehicle upto a point, from there we took a TONGA driven by horse, to reach Dargah Sharif. That was a real roller coaster ride as the roads were also too small, 2 wheelers, rickshaws were filled on those roads. We all 7 people adjusted in single tonga, it was real fun ride. As we entered Dargah Sharif, we were told to cover our hair and not even a single hair to seen outside. This is compulsory for all girls and ladies. It was too crowded inside and we managed to get a good darshan. This was the first time ever I visited a Dargah and it was a beautiful experience. Though I don't know their way of praying Allah, I prayed in my own way and felt blessed. Ultimately, God is all one.
That night I boarded a late train to kill the need to book a room and have early morning prayer at Dargah. On reaching Ajmer, I immediately took a bath in the Railway station and went to Dargah Sharif to offer prayers. After touching Allah, I went to Ana Sagar Lake. I decided to skip any other places and went to pay homage at Pushkar to the creator.
After memorable time in Udaipur, we headed to Ajmer. I always wanted to visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah and It was in my long pending wish list but was never fortunate enough to go here despite my couple of visits to Rajasthan. As old saying says, "You cannot plan a visit to a holy place, you need to be called" and finally I was summoned this year. Irrespective of what religion you belong to, you must visit this place at least once in your lifetime and seek blessings.
DAY 3 - Ajmer amidst Aravalli MountainsOvernight bus to Ajmer takes 5 hours to cover 270 kms. Since I reached at 4.00 am, I rented a room, slept for a couple of hours and headed out to explore the city. The cheapest way to commute within the city is to hire a rickshaw for half a day, which will cost you ~500 INR. Dargah Sharif, Ana Sagar Lake, Mayo College, Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra, Akbars Palace are some places to visit. Taragarh; is ruins of a fort which is situated uphill, the entire city surrounded by the Aravalli mountains can be viewed from here.
Day-2 Godhra- Ajmer: Early Morning escape through the city kept us away from the public's attention heading towards our next destination Ajmer specially known for Darga Sharif. Refueling our machines at first petrol pump in Rajastan,we continued, the roads were pit hole free but full of cattle's which made the day a bit hectic. Evening we visited "Darga Sharif", & the day ended with Dinner with Rajastani touch.
Pushkar to Ajmer and DelhiMy Pushkar tour came to an end all with beautiful memories to take back. Pushkar is so beautiful and peaceful to visit once in the lifetime. Ok, some may find it a bit tedious during the tour, but the calmness of the place has a magic that will keep triggering you after your visit. So colorful, so religious and so close to the tradition, Pushkar is the best offbeat destination of Rajasthan to find the new way of exploring.What not to miss in PushkarThis was my first trip, so I missed out a lot of things.• The morning Ghat arti with the sunset view can make your day. I couldn’t experience, but what as per the experience of my co-travelers and tour compions, I got to know what I missed.• Get up early and run to see the hot air balloon flight. You can even have balloon ride. The big colourful hot air balloons are best to observe the entire Pushkar. That must be beautiful and I regretted it later because the tiring day couldn’t let me wake up early.• Cultural shows are the lifeline and luckily I attended one. The gracious Kalbelia dance, folk music, camel art, everything makes the Pushkar fair more amazing.• Be prepared to enjoy every ride, from camel to the Giant wheel. Adding fun and thrill is really important.Key points for a happy tour• • Don’t expect any nonvegetarian food or alcohol for the entire Pushkar tour. Being a holy place it’s better to be away from these eatables and drinks.• • You will be on target for all the children, beggars and pandits. They will ask you for money but better to avoid them.• • Bargain if you have a plan to shop. The prices will be high and your bargaining skills will help you a lot.• • Be polite, happy and yes friendly with the local people. People of Pushkar are lovable and exchanging few words with them will make you feel more comfortable and easy.• • Special attention to your attire. Be in loose comfortable and yes full clothes. If not because of the public, then for yourself. The sand, sun, and dust may leave you all tanned and mess up by the trip ends. So better be in cool loose fitted clothes with sneakers.• • For a good budget trip, get your hotels book in advance. Try dwelling at Pushkar to enjoy every program. Residing at a distant place, you have to leave early for safety issues.• • Be ready to click every moment as you never know what interesting you find at this Pushkar Camel Fair.
Next Morning , I check out from the hotel ,and headed towards Ajmer Sharif Dargah . The biggest mistake I did was to take my scooty there . I was caught in the crowd which was far more dense than a Mumbai local train . Somehow I navigated through the crowd and parked my scooty there . Unfortunately I could not take any pictures . It was hell of a crowd & there was not even a place to stand there . So if you go there , brace yourself and good luck !!Beside Ajmer Sharif Dargah , there is Adhai Din ka Jhopra built by Qutubbudin Aibek .
Visiting holy towns Ajmer & Pushkar was part of my Rajasthan trip. After spending two days in Jaipur with colors and culture it was time to be part of chaos, camels and two most sacred holy places for Hindu and Muslim religion. Ajmer is 150 km from Jaipur. My plan earlier was to go there by train but later I came to know that many tourist buses available for one day trip to Ajmer & Pushkar. I found it more convenient and hassle free. I woke up early, had heavy breakfast and then took auto from my hotel to reach bus stand. Bus timing was from 9 am and by the time I reach there, bus was almost ready to leave. It was mini bus and there were hardly 7-8 more traveller for Ajmer & Pushkar trip. I thought it would be nice and quiet. But to my surprise bus driver started taking daily commuter on the road and by the time we left Jaipur, bus was fully crowded. The drive there was only three hours from Jaipur and most of it on express highways. The journey therefore was not full of many sights, so spent most of time reading newspaper and listening songs. Reached Ajmer at around 12:30 pm and but instead of visiting Ajmer Sarif first, bus headed towards Pushkar, holy town in the desert in Rajasthan.
Vlog 8: When I visited Ajmer Sharif and Bhrama temple
Ajmer is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains. It is a pilgrimage centre for the shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti and is also the base for visiting Pushkar (11 km), an ancient Hindu pilgrimage city, famous for the temple of Brahma. Ajmer has been selected as one of the heritage cities for the HRIDAY - Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme of Government of India.
259 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
Situated close to the vibrant city of Jaipur, Alwar is a perfect weekend getaway. Home to the wonderful Sariska Tiger Re...
From Delhi to Alwar
Alwar City:I was surprised to discover that Alwar has so much to offer to the discerning traveler. There is so much to see in Alwar which is just half an hour away from Alwar Bagh. Be it Moosi Maharani ki Chatri or pristine Siliserh lake or the many cenotaphs that dot the landscape, Alwar stunned me with its understated beauty.
3. Alwar, Rajasthan : One of the oldest kingdoms of Rajasthan, Alwar is a relatively lesser known gem of the state. It is home to a plethora of palaces and forts that are nothing less than architectural marvels. Alwar is a wonderful little town to live in if in case you are looking to get away from chaos. Bhangarh Fort with its haunted stories is a good 90 kilometres away.
251 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,September,October,November,December
Located on the banks of the river Shipra, Ujjain is a city famous for its many temples and religious centres. The Ram Ma...
Situated on the banks of River Kshipra the holy town of Lord Shiva, having very famous Mahakaleshwar temple it is one of the city which hosts famous Hindu Fair Kumbh once in every 12 years, in addition to all it also have many others temple th religious & holy vibes can be experienced as you enter the city,. In history books it was the also the capital of emperor Vikrmaditya.
In India, the Tropic of Cancer passes through the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and West Bengal. Ancient Indian astrologers declared long ago that the line dividing the northern part above the equator passes through the ancient city of Ujjain. The point of Tropic of Cancer is marked by the Madhya Pradesh government and can be easily found.
What when you grab a chance to witness of a holy fair which comes once in every 12 years. Where around 5 billion pilgrims who dives in holy Kshipra along with Hundreds of Akhara Samiti , Naga Sadhu (saint),Monk,Vestal,Mahamandeshar dive in Holy Kshipra at Shinghast Maha-kumbh. The several kilometers long Ghat(pier) a place to set foot, all knew it even though folks were coming in huge amount. What's the matter of factwhich attracts them, such a massive crowd of faith came together even though no invitation sent to anyone, after all, what the hell is in Maha Kumbh and why it held once in every 12 years. Why it is still number 1 Pilgrimage for Hindu. Too many question which were unanswered till i visited this year Ujjain. (MP) Bumb BHOLE...!!!????Year 2016, April 22 to May 21, when it falls during Jupiter stay in Leo(Simha in Hindu astrology), then the Simhastha Maha Kumbh held at Ujjain in Madhya pradesh (India). The city Also known as Mahakaal ki Nagri or A city of temples. As per Hindu ethology or vedic scripture , every Hindu must dive onces in their life in Kumbh for get rid of all of their sins and purged . The Kumbh is held in four cities,once in every 12 years in each city . There it comes in Haridwar and Nasik with difference around 3 years and fair in Nasik and Ujjain celebrated same year or one year apart.The exact date is determined according to a combination of Zodiac positions of the Jupiter, the Sun and the Moon. The Four cities are Allahabaad (paryag) in where three rivers confluence Ganga ,Yamuna and Sarasvati (available as invisible), Nasik in Godawari, Haridwar in Ganga and Ujaain in Kshipra. (Courtesy :-by A Monk in Ujjain ) Hi everyone, it's Honey Rajpurohit. Sharing an another trip, a Holy trip infect. I'm also waiting for that day when i'll sharing a trip about wood, holy-wood. Joke a part, As i brief you above that artical for today dedicates The Shinghast Maha Kumbh 2016 which held at Ujjain in Holy Kshipra river. It was often, 'chaye pe charcha' in our abode about Kumbh fair. Nowdays i was frequently on trips and tours. One more added in my trip dairy, 'Mahakaal ki Nagri.' Many of masses unware of hindi version for 'Diary', its called 'Dainiki', Rail as'loh path aamini gaamini' and gym as 'Shareer Shadhnalye.' The Typical Hindi words. Ohh Gosh..!! "Ab kahe itna hindi ke pichey pade hain, chodiye naa. "i started my 'Yatra' (journey) along with two person who bought me to this beautiful world. My lovely Mom and as usually, soft hearted and red eyed, my Papa. We boarded the train for Ujjain from ludhiana . After few minutes of boarding, i remembered chetan's 'three mistake...' And i stuck,realised that it was my first mistake to prefer train over four wheel drive . Malwa express only a direct train which arrived in Ujjain. The Train was galloped and stoped on every fixed stoppage,mean while masses(passenger is word who travel with their desire tickets but here they Inroad in ac cabin while having journal tickets)were trying to get on the coaches like cattles in every coming station . And the most of passengers were pilgrims. It was long joureny, about 23 hours. We hardly slept due to co-passenger who kept coach busy by weep-bitterly,Scream-squeal,and here i experienced live for the word 'lol'(loughing out loud).. (Sick). The credit went for crying and screaming to all devil kid. Who the hell, wrote," kids are innocent".We reached right time at Ujjain. It was 11:30 am. We grappled to get off the coach. I didn't want to share this part of the joureny, nonetheless i shared for those who plan in future via train, hope they think twice,before. Moreover it happened when you traveled a city where you never ever before.
After breakfast we leave to see Ujjain. Ujjain, known in ancient India as Avantika, is considered the Prime Meridian by Hindu Astrologers and was placed as the center of the world in numerous ancient world maps. Called the small Varanasi, this untapped city encompasses fascinating tangible heritage sites that communicate the history of education and metaphors of the Indian civilization. Return to Indore.
297 Kms from Bundi
Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
If history, art and architecture spell a perfect holiday for you, Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh is definitely a must visit! ...
Dominated by its majestic hilltop fort, Gwalior is a perfect starting point for the exploration of Madhya Pradesh. Where Gwalior Fort defines the city's skyline, the elaborate Jai Vilas Palace defines the growing importance of the city after independence. The towering Jain sculptures and humble archaeological museum are places of great interest.What to see1. Start your day by visiting Gwalior fort. Known as the pearl of Indian fortresses, this fort is majestic and exquisite. There are two entries to the fort: the eastern side is an uphill trek, which gives you a formidable view of the fortress while you can take the car up the western side, all the way to the Urvai Gate. You can stop and see towering Jain sculptures en-route the western gate entry. Entry fees for adults is ₹75 and for children is ₹40. The fees for foreigners is ₹250. The visiting hours are from 8am to 6pm.2. Visit the state archeological museum next. Housed in the 15th-century Gujari Mahal palace, the museum's entrance is flanked by extraordinary 14th-century sardulas (mythological man-lion creatures) and inside are large collections of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist sculptures. Entry fees is ₹10 for Indians and ₹100 for foreign nationals. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10am to 5pm.3. End the day with a fascinating sound and light show at the Gwalior Fort. It is an excellent way to make your kids learn about the proud history of this culturally-rich city. There are two shows, 6.30pm to 7.30pm in Hindi and 7.30pm to 8.30pm in English. The cost is ₹75 per person.
The best time to travel in Madhya Pradesh is during the winter season. Like most of the states in Central India, MP suffers with extreme summers and traveling during May and June is walking through burning fire. So I took a train for Gwalior at 10:00 PM in the night and in six hours I was standing at Gwalior station surrounded by autowalas.Batesar is 35 kilometres away from Gwalior. The name Batesar is not of a village but actually the valley where these temples were found. The name derives from the biggest temple of the lot, The Bhuteshwar temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This region also lies in the heart of the Chambal region that was once ruled by the dacoits. Time has passed by, some of them still wander in this region and if you hire a local vehicle from Gwalior, your driver will end up telling you some interesting stories.
Gurudwara Data Bandi Chhor is one of the most important gurudwara in India. It is situated near Manmandir Palace and Sas bahu temple in Gwalior fort.This documentary was made for a college assignment.
City at a glance Half a day had already passed in a six hour super-fast train journey from Delhi to Gwalior. Should I fill my stomach in Gwalior and then go places or do the other way around? The dilemma hovered around my head for quite sometime, but was solved when I soon found myself amidst the bustling streets of Naya Bazaar, the oldest market in town. Following the incessant cramming of people on the way, it was hard to stop for a meal. Luckily, a hygenic restaurant Vyanjan Family restaurant, caught my eyes. It stood enroute to Jai Vilas Palace - a palace that depicts the royalty of Scindia family in the most incredible manner, stretching across with the big lawn and a stunning variation in interior decor over the generations.
Travel Itinerary :Left to Jhansi from Orchaa by share auto - 30-40 minsJhansi to Gwalior by train - 4 hrsExpenses :Auto to Jhansi - Rs 50Train ticket to Gwalior from Jhansi - rs 110Food - Close to Rs 100 per meal. Fortunately, ate at a friends place in Gwalior