Rajasthan

What comes to mind when you think ‘Incredible India’? Chances are it’s ‘Rajasthan’. Travelling across this vibrant state leaves you with the distinct impression that, way back in the mists of time, an artist accidentally tipped his palette more...
Rajasthan, India
Rajasthan, India

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Pushkar : Pushkar is where Hindu spirituality melds ever so seamlessly with peace-seekers from foreign shores hoping to find that oh-so-elusive nirvana in the town that Brahma, the Hindu God of Gods, built. So, if the devout visit Pushkar to complete a pilgrimage of India’s holiest sites, beatniks who have taken up residence here believe the absolute opposite. more

Shekhawati : Not far from the capital city of Jaipur is an open-air art gallery that draws travelers from all over the world. Spread across a large region that takes its name from the local Rajput ruler, Rao Shekhawat, this delectable slice of Rajasthan is known for its fabulous painted havelis (traditional mansions), stepwells, temples, forts, palaces and castles that bring this bleak, semi-desert region to life. more

Mt Abu : This is a popular hill station but large enough to find some peace and quiet. Situated at the southern end of the Aravalli Hills – 22 km long and 9 km wide – Mt Abu is blessed with waterfalls, lakes and forests and gentle slopes, a far cry from the rest of the semi-arid and arid state. Uniquely, it is the only hill station in Rajasthan and thus the rather unimaginative nickname ‘oasis in the desert’. more