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      Rajasthan

      Along with the palatial architecture and rich culture, the pink city has also embraced the trend of quirky cafes in the past few years. And since then the city is leaving no ends for the visitors to get bored out of monotony as there are so many cafes in and around the city that it might be a stress to find the right one for you. Read more

      The idea of a road trip is so enthralling! Roads take to places known and unknown and make sure that journey is worthwhile and a lot satisfying when compared with air or rail. Rajasthan is the largest Indian state and has a massive road network running across it. Precisely the reason why road trips from Jaipur is a lot of fun. Read more

      Rajasthan, the name brings to mind a kaleidoscope of images - colourful turbans, delectable food, warm people, royal palaces and grand forts welcome you wherever you go. The majestic forts of this enchanting state are the truest symbol of its glorious past. They are not just sagas in stone but also a testament to the valour and indomitable spirit of the Rajputs, the mighty warrior clan. But if there is one fort that personifies the spirit and grandeur of Rajasthan more than anyone else, it is the impressive and awe-inspiring Kumbhalgarh fort in Rajsamand district. Read more

      I am a frequent solo traveler but this time it was different. My mother and I were going on a holiday to Rajasthan and I was more than excited. The feeling of spending quality mother-daughter time was overwhelming and we both were looking forward to some wonderful memories. Read more

      This was an all cousins trip to Jaisalmer and Udaipur and we all were more than excited. I personally wanted to visit Jaisalmer to see its sand dunes and visit the border area while one of my cousin wanted to visit Udaipur. So in the end, we decided to take our own car and make it a boys road trip - covering all the places we wanted to see and stop wherever we wanted. Read more

      Color is bliss! India in February and March is so vibrant, while the weather shines at its best, festivities and positive vibes begin pouring in. The fudgy winter makes way for the chirpy spring, and Holi vibes begin to permeate in the air around. While celebrations with colors remain constant, places across North India go celebrating rituals and traditions around Holi, thanks to the legends and stories.Rajasthani Holi is different and celebrates quite a few different rituals from what people mostly celebrate in Delhi, UP, and Bihar in North India. Read more