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Six million years ago (give or take) the Lord Brahma slew the demon Vajranash with his weapon, a lotus flower. Three petals fell to the ground forming three lakes, including Pushkar Sarovar. And it was cool. Then a bunch of folks liked Brahma's work so much they decided to build a temple to Him near Pushkar Sarovar. Brahma's wife was delayed getting to the dedication ceremony so he had to find another date. When wifey showed up and saw Brrahma with the younger hottie, ...
... living in a cave for 8 years, following his vow of silence.
We had heard about him, and were curious to see him with our own eyes. Oh, and
we were informed that visitors should bring with them 4 cigarettes, as
obviously that’s what every monk who is meditating in a cave for 8 years needs
Getting there wasn’t as straight forward as we had first
thought, and me, Scotty, Kylie and Becs were chased, I mean, properly chased,
and hissed at ...
... knocking on the door c 0400. Three pairs of shoes, roomie?
Quick enough trip back to the train station to board 12991, taking us to Ajmer. People had slept in the main hallway, others seemed just to be there. It is not yet hot but you know the heat is coming.
Most paid little heed to the seat numbers o/s C1 so they boarded from the wrong end. It was a modest form of chaos to get the bags up top. May I reiterate when the time comes I can't look after my own ...
... we reached the outskirts of Pushkar. The drive wasn’t really memorable except for the huge amount of cows that wander in the road and the one stop we made whilst watching a lizard dance across a road trying to catch flies. We arrived in the outskirts of Pushkar in the late afternoon and proceeded to drive through to our beautiful hotel. The hotel looked like it had been an old palace but upon reflection it was actually built in this manner as a ...
... a small lake that appears somewhat randomly in the middle of the mountain desert. Without much water around, you can easily see why you would think there was some kind of divine intervention. Pushkar is much more low key and relaxed compared to almost any other place we've visited in India. If anything, it's like an India version of a hippy beach town. Unbeknownst to us, it turns out it's quite the backpacker destination. There are tons of 22-45 year old Israeli, ...