Jodhpur, the blue city of Rajasthan, has a lot to offer to every kind of Traveler. This article gives a detailed list of all offbeat tings to do in Jodhpur including visit to old bazaars, relish authentic food, taste opium with Bishnoi families, meet local artisans like bangle makers, carpet weavers, pottery makers, buy Bhandhani Sarees, Jodhpur Juttis and Leharia odhnis, bow before God of Sex, pay homage to Om Banna's Motorcycle and have roof top dinner with a view.
Our tryst with Havelis started when, inadvertently, we reached Mandawa on our way to Bikaner. Mandawa is a part of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan which is recognized as the Open-Air Art Gallery of The World due to the largest concentration of the frescos in this region. The grand Havelis of this region are adorned with … Continue reading Havelis of Mandawa and Fatehpur: A Mural Symphony from Rajasthan
God gave only one color to Rajsthan i.e. desert gold but men made it the most colorful and vibrant abode on the earth. As soon as you enter Desert State of India, Rajasthan, you will be welcome by 1000 shades of varied nuances, some complementing life and some defining life, attributing a definite charm to … Continue reading Bikaner in Rajasthan: A Perfect Destination For An Explorer
The omnipotent sun is the only free source of energy and for a photographer Sun is the only God and Sunlight is His only blessing. The idea behind this photo project is to chase the omnipresent Sun everywhere and anywhere and capture the beauty it bestows on the earth. Each frame will certainly have The … Continue reading Photo Project: Chasing The Sun!!
It has always been an intriguing fact that I live in Delhi which is only 500KM from world’s 9th largest desert i.e. Thar Desert. So, finally, I decided to quench my thirst to go deep through the desert and sleep under stars, see the rising sun from top of Sand dunes. Although I wanted to … Continue reading Desert Safari & Camel Ride in Thar Desert near Bikaner, Rajasthan
A quick view of our road tripping across Rajasthan - the land of Maharajas where we explored various aspect of desert life and enjoyed typical cuisine of Rajasthan. Our self drive road trip gave us the freedom to chase camels on unexplored desert roads and click best golden hour shots from rustic life.