Travel.india.com lists five places in case Kamal Hassan reconsiders his decision to flee Tamil Nadu.
Often described as a feast for the eyes, Pushkar Fair is among India’s famous religious festivals and livestock fairs. Featured in numerous travel shows, films and magazines, the Pushkar Fair offers a once in a lifetime magical experience for travelers – looking for out of the world experience. The Pushkar
‘Nisbat…Connection’ is a stunning visual essay on the 786th Urs of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti of Ajmer held on the last five days of the October 1998. Using a pair of travellers as sutradhars, the film goes up close to the faithful at the dargah – praying, singing, seeking and simply being. Khwaja Moinuddin
Home to the famous dargah or mausoleum of Sufi saint Khwaja Moin-ud-Din Chishti, Ajmer is one of the holiest cities in the country
Pushkar is a mélange of Hindu religion and culture, rustic Rajasthan and scenic locales, it is one of the most ancient cities in India.
If you’ve got a week off from work, and want to sample every part of the state, the good news is you can do it in a single, exhausting but delightful, week