Residency Centre Point Guest House
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... desert dogs.
Back at the resort we had ‘breakfast’ (last use of inverted commas in this post, promise!) consisting of a boiled egg, less than half a chapati and an unwashed apple – hmmm. As you can imagine we weren’t too upset to be leaving and Sonu drove us back to Jaisalmer via a couple of deserted desert villages, Kaba and Khuldara. These were 2 of 98 villages abandoned overnight for a ...
... music blaring, but they disappeared and left us riding along watching our shadows in the sand. At one point a young lad walked up to us carrying some wood - apparently for our camp fire and part of his duty was to meet us half way round and take photos with our camera. A good tourist wheeze and he took some nice shots. He must be pretty good with a huge range of different and often fancy cameras as he dealt with ours very easily. He tramped off into the sand heading for ...
... either the sales man is severely lacking in the geography department or we'd been told a little fib to help persuade us to take the trip. Hmm wonder which it's likely to be.) We'd also been informed we'd see some interesting sights on route to the village.... First stop was to see some fossil formations, whilst yes they were definitely fossils, this stop also coincided with a cheeky cigarette break for the driver, how very convenient. Next up was a brief stop at ...
... with nature gives us a way to live life without destroying what is around. The stillness calms our mind. In the silence of the desert, our voices carry a huge distance, maybe even a mile, and shows us the power we have.
The desert provides us a perfect place for reflection - something we rarely do in the daily bustle of life.
As the sun set, I turned back, a "richer" ...
... Parshwanath is ensconsed hundreds of years ago. Lodarwa is one of these 108 places attracting Jains from various parts of India.
From Lodarwa, on way to Jaisalmer, there is another Jain temple campus popularly known as Amar Sagar. It is on the bank of lake Amar Sagar.
This campus accommodates exquisitely carved jain temple on the bank of the water body. It is one of the most visited Jain pilgrimage destination.