Bassi Fort Palace

P.O. Bassi, Chittaurgarh, Rajasthan, 312 022, India | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chittaurgarh

Day 9 - Nimaj Bagh

A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn


Another early morning start, leave the hotel in Jaipur at 7.30am for a quick rickshaw ride to the bus station. For you guessed it, another 5 hour bus journey to Nimaj Bagh. This wasn't like our previous comfortable A/C bus we had, it was a full blown local bus. For 5 hours. Baring in mind all our luggage was on with us, filling the back end of the bus isle. Without going into it too much, the first 4 hours on the bus was ...

Chittor Fort-Inspiring endeavours against all odds

A travel blog entry by enewhorizons


... fort which was barely 4 kms away.

It is a massive structure built in old times against all odds. It proves the saying, where there's a will there's a way. Chittaurgarh used to be capital of Mewar. It was built by Rana Kumbha who had in depth understanding of करनी (Karni - Construction) , कलम (Kalam - Literature), कटार (Katar - weapons). He ...

Career paths for Eunuchs

A travel blog entry by richinindia


... being carefully guided (for that read 'watched') by the tour managers, so that I can't even go for a walk on the station platform without an escort. Maharajahs didnt wander around unattended, so nor can I. There is heavy police presence wherever the train is, and the military are tracking our progress constantly. How the hell am I suppose to get into any trouble or even adventures with that sort of cover? So, I am just doing the tourist thing ...

Northward drift

A travel blog entry by ashventures


... outside my 3rd floor window made for a late sleep.

After another long day in the saddle, the road to Pratapgarh branched off the highway for the final 20 kms or so. The road was busy, and lacked a median strip, so psychotic oncoming bus and truck drivers ran me off the road repeatedly as they overtook (Indian drivers of lesser vehicles, and cyclists, simply accept this treatment because they're used to it - right of way is to the larger vehicle and to the smaller ...

Fabulous Forting

A travel blog entry by globalwanderers


... the them our life plans the teacher said to us, 'This is not possible in India, everyone should get married, if you do not get married you have a defect!' He also went on to tell us we should be staying close to our family and looking after them and a woman cannot chose to go and live and work in another country unless her husband decides that he wants to go there. That is the wrong thing to say to Celi... it is like a red rag to a ...

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