The Risala Resort

Address: Behind Pushkar Water Works, Pushkar, Rajasthan, India | Campground
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This campground, located on Behind Pushkar Water Works, Pushkar, is near Taragarh Fort, Garh Palace, Nawal Sagar, and Sukh Niwas Mahal.
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    Travel Blogs from Pushkar

    Baba's and Bike Trips

    A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on May 19, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a total garlic fiend) and asked if I'd come back next year and cook this for him everyday.

    Later that day, myself, the guests and staff/hangers around went off en masse on motorbikes to meet the famous Alu Baba, a holy man that lives outside the town, in the hills. Many Baba's or Sadhus have taken on a particular way to show devotion to Shiva. Some are standing Baba's, who have stood on one leg for years, the other leg never used, withers away. There was even ...

    Peaceful Pushkar

    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Jan 06, 2015

    51 photos

    ... to peak out. There were dozens of monkeys playing just nearby that we enjoyed watching. We befriended a fluffy dog that was chasing the monkeys for sport. Luckily, the monkeys were much, much cleverer than the dog so there was no carnage nor danger for the little monkeys. The priests in the temple began to make beautiful music with chimes as the sun rose; it was incredible. We enjoyed the sunrise with our chai before heading back down for our drive to ...

    Who needs the X-Factor we've got Camel Dancing!

    A travel blog entry by chilliginger on Nov 03, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... could hardly see it was so highly decorated. We thought the gathering crowd was for him until we saw a young lady in the middle of the crowd dancing to the beat of the drums, it was really quite infectious and toe tappingly good! She was a fantastic dancer but was in danger of being swamped by a very large group of young Indian men and Paul was about to do his knight in shining armour routine when her friends ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... India but reading a book [tourist] or looking out a train door, catching the breeze [traveler]. Corn is the main crop. Homes are few and far between. Palm trees tell you all you need to know about the climate zone the train is racing through.

    It is hard to take any decent pix from a moving train. Too many pix were blurred. Sometimes you just get lucky.

    Ever been to the train station in Kapasan? It was one of many short stops. Agricultural options include ...


    A travel blog entry by stuartpaine on Mar 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... it. We went back though the bazaar looking for a place to eat, I had read about a place called sunset cafe in the Lonely Planet that said it had good food and a great view over the lake by one of the the ghats. Eventually we found it and stopped for lunch sat on a table outside. We had a perfect viewpoint over the lake and watched 3 Brahmins in action, they would be sat under a tree watching the road up ahead, as soon as they spotted any tourists they would ...