Mridula Dwivedi travels to Bundi in Rajasthan where she finds lakes full of lotus blossoms, beautiful palaces, proud peacocks, and even a pet tortoise.
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A sample gallery of photgraphs from Tito Dalmau’s new book Rajasthan: Houses and Men
Rajasthan Romping:A Camel Safari in the Thar Desert
The Pushkar Camel Fair near the village of Pushkar in the Indian state of Rajasthan is a dusty affair, with men checking out the camels and fair food.
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GoNOMAD writers share their 2014 travels all over the world.
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Mridula Dwivedi visits the fort at Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, takes a ride on the back of a camel, and explores an abandoned village in the desert.
Mridula Dwivedi takes a hot-air balloon ride high above Jaipur, India, and creates quite a stir when it lands in a nearby village.
Roopkund, India: S. Saiganesh takes a week long hike high in the Himalayas to visit the mysterious Roopkund lake, where hundreds of skeletons were discovered in 1942.
Mridula Dwivedi takes a tour of the castles and palaces of Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘the pink city.’
Marika Hill takes a camel safari in Rajasthan, India, and gives some tips on how to ride a camel and how to avoid venomous snakes.
Sikkim: Mridula Dwivedi visits Sikkim, India’s newest state, and sees the Yumthang Valley, the newly-opened pass to China at Nathu-La, and Changu Lake.