This time I let go off my wild side and decided to traverse the extreme west of the Indian union i.e to KUTCH, which is located in the state of Gujarat and is bestowed with one of the most ecologically and culturally abundant land forms . The most convenient way to access this place is either by RAIL, by AIR ,or by road.
We all look for those spectacular destinations all over the world, which would leave beautiful imprints on our memory for a lifetime. If the urge to escape and indulge in an adventurous journey fascinates you, then India is your ‘calling’. Create your own version of “Eat, Pray, and Love” by visiting the land of exotic and spirituality.
Leaving behind the hustle bustle of the city, far from the maddening crowd, I headed towards Man Sagar Lake to enjoy the calm, serene view of this man- made lake. The open space at lake and the surrounding Aravalli hills offer an exquisite view. The cool breeze soothes and invigorates you. The best thing that I like about travelling solo is
Benares-the spiritual capital of India, has always attracted me towards it. The spirituality, the mystique this city offers is to be cherished forever. The best part of being in this ancient city and not to miss is –The Ganga aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat.The name dashashwamedh stands for Dasha-meaning ten; ashwa meaning horse and medh meaning
Too famous to be glorified by mere words of mine, in Aurangabad stands a little sad monument mimicking its big brother (The Taj Mahal) is BIBI KA MAQBARA also known as Baby Taj or Dakkani Taj (Taj of the Deccan).
The monument is a replica of the Taj Mahal, with beautiful carvings built of white marble
As I grew up hearing about the stories of valiant kings so called ‘rajas’ and their kingdom always fascinated me. It was my hidden desire to experience such royal treat personally. Finally, the much awaited moment arrived when I got a chance to visit the royal city ofJaipur also famous as ‘the pink city’. The sprawling malls and the bullock –
Come and witness the grandeur of Mughal Architecture ……. Agra “The Taj Mahal”: ‘tajmahal To arrive, to see and to gape at it in complete awe’ is all I can say about my epic Visit to the mughal masterpiece. And, as I head back with heavy heart towards Delhi, I still have the cherishing memories of witnessing one of the seven wonders of the world.
I decided to take a ride to the holiest of the seven cities in Hinduism as well as Jainism. It is one of the living ancient cities. Millions of pilgrims, tourists visit Varanasi to pray, to meditate, to experience the dip in the majestic holy river – The Ganges. Since it is well connected by air, Rail and road, which makes it easy accessible.
When one imagines Rajasthan ,flashes of sandy dunes of Bikaner and Jaisalmer, rocky Jodhpur and mountaineous kumbhalgarh comes alive infront of my eyes .But I was taken aback when I stepped on one of the exotic cities of India- UDAIPUR.
I started my day afresh by taking a boat