Cenotaph are the monuments built in the memory of a deceased soldier/warrior who might have died in a war elsewhere. A cenotaph might be an empty tomb at times because of this. I decided to explore the Royal cenotaph at Ahar which is a small town, 2-3 kms from Udaipur. This place serves as the… Read More Paying homage to the Royals at Ahar Cenotaph in Udaipur
The courtyard of maidens or the saheliyon ki baari in Udaipur is one of the quiet corners in the city. Its a great place to simply chill a bit in nature. Lush pink bougainvillea blooms can be found all over in this park with a pond of lilies, quietly guarded by a charming elephant sculpture.… Read More Visiting the Courtyard of Maidens in Udaipur
2012: I was on my first ever trip to Udaipur – one of the most popular cities of Rajasthan on the tourist circuit. I found it to be charming, friendly and thrumming with a very joyful vibe. Its pretty famous for the Lake Pichola and the Lake palace hotel managed by the Taj group of… Read More [Y] You have got mail in Udaipur!! |#atozchallenge 2017|
Xenedocheionology owes its origin to the Greek language and according to Phrontistery means the love of hotels. I loved this word a lot and it made writing my X post for #atoz quite easy as there are a number of places which I must mention for their uniqueness in terms of hospitality and the wow factor… Read More [X] Xenodocheionology |#atozchallenge 2017|
I realised travel has become a synonymous part of my life when I sat down to review my year that was. I want to share a conversation that I had with someone over my travel ambition in 2013. I had just quit my corporate job and one of the reasons was that I wanted to… Read More Tripping in 2013!!!
The quiet of the early morning was broken by a symphony of bird song – the garrulous babblers , the raucously screeching parakeets, the meditative hoots of the doves, the sharp trill of the fruit birds mingled with those of the sun bird, the melody of the bulbuls and the shrill calling of the squirrels.… Read More Stop over @ Rawla Narlai!
Finally the year has ended but not the world. The soothsayers and their ilk are now in the pursuit of new doomsday theories, since the last one failed to impress! Every year, at the beginning of the new year, I look back on the year gone by to see how had it been for me. And… Read More Twenty twelve!!
Kumbhalgarh fort near Udaipur is said to be one of the most unpenentrable forts in Rajasthan. It holds the distinction of being a UNESCO world heritgae site. Its also the birth place of Maharana Pratap… Read More Majestic Kumbhalgarh
Gangaur is a huge festival in the Indian state of Rajasthan & announces coming of spring. Its a festival of rich traditions, decked with loads of colour.… Read More Colors of devotion at the Gangaur festival in Udaipur!!