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Tag: Jaipur

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Desert to Desert : Old charm continues in New Year

Too late to come with the first post of the New Year! It is never too late!! Chill is settling down and fog has engulfed almost whole of north India.

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Sambhar is a unique destination

Well, this is final post on this trip to Sambhar. This is a sort of a first for me. First time six posts in six days on trot and also

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Lot more than flamingos at Sambhar

Though flamingos were my primary interest and they were who actually pulled my all the way to Sambhar, but wintering at Sambhar is not all about flamingos. Flamingos might be

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and finally… the pink flamingos

Moving ahead from Devayani, I was asking every other guy the way to Chatri (cenotaph) of Daadu Dayal. The way wasn’t far from Devayani. Just half a kilometre ahead was

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10:13 pm | | Comments 11

…the pink mystique

It was second day at Sambhar. Last day was interesting with engaging myself in pink salt of Sambhar and then soaking in some refreshing sights of a pink sunset. But

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4:27 pm | | Comments 12

…the pink sunset

We had already crossed the visible stretch of the Sambhar Lake from railway station to the refinery close to dam. Charmed by the Pink Salt we were on the next part

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6:47 pm | | Comments 11

The Pink Salt…

It was long overdue. And, I was actually ashamed of myself for not having being there till now, despite being so close. Of late, it was almost decided in my

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10:52 pm | | Comments 6

Leela Palace Udaipur is the best hotel in the country

Rajasthan seems to have developed a penchant for exquisite and exclusive hotels. No doubt, most of these hotels are a different class altogether which make them loved ones among those

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Missing the chill! Chill out with these festivals

Missing the chill this year, isn’t so? Nevertheless, festivities are on. New year comes with a number of festivals celebrating India’s dance and musical traditions.  One among them Swathi Sangeethotsvam

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Don’t we need these hills anymore!

In this picture you can see a hill or for that matter a leftover of it. This is in Rajasthan, less than 200 kms from national capital- Delhi, as well

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