Hotel Prithviraj Ajmer

Address: Opp. Patel Stadium, Ajmer, Rajasthan, 305001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Opp. Patel Stadium, Ajmer, is near Bhagchand Ki Kothi.
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    India it's been fun

    A travel blog entry by groversroving on Mar 02, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... gifts and me, one last curry and kingfisher beer before we leave India.

    The taxi arrives at 6:30pm to take us to the airport. 40 minutes later we have moved maybe 3 blocks. It's been ******* down and there is water everywhere causing traffic chaos. India does not want us to leave. We break free of the traffic and get dropped at the airport. Our Indian adventure complete.

    People told me there would be poo and spew stories, and people told me I ...

    Pushkar camel fair

    A travel blog entry by rob_joe on Oct 25, 2014

    ... sitting beside the carriage toilets/hanging out the carriage doors with our legs dangling out the train, until eventually we were approached by a soldier and his very large gun. After being lead through several packed carriages we were sat down and began negotiating a place to sleep for the remaining 12 hours. From the Godfather to armed soldiers, it seems everyone can be persuaded ...

    Brahma and Sivitri

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Sep 26, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a yagna, which had to be performed at a specific, astrologically auspicious moment. But Savitri, busy dressing for the ceremony, failed to show up on time. Without a wife, the Creator could not perform the yagna at the right moment, so he had to find another consort quickly. The only unmarried woman available was a shepherdess of the untouchable Gujar caste named Gayitri, whom the gods hastily purified by passing her through the mouth of a cow (gaya means ...

    Khajuraho, the Taj Mahal, Jaipur and Pushkar

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Mar 21, 2014

    8 comments, 30 photos

    ... took a few photos though of the colorful aftermath. After seeing so many people with ruined cloths and dye in their eyes, we were happy that we stayed away. A final thought that we've been meaning to share is an observation we've seen throughout our time in India: it isn't uncommon to see two Indian men holding hands or walking with their arms around each other. We had some interesting conversations about this with Catherine in Varanasi who shed some light on masculinity ...

    The Push to Pushkar

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Jan 16, 2014

    75 photos

    ... water or take any photos, even though the local Indians were doing both things! We therefore just walked around the lake until we reached a bridge on the far side where we could take photos from a far.

  • Walking around the ghats, we ran into Thomas from Jaipur. We sat and chatted on the ghats for a while before going temple hunting east of the lake. We saw the unwelcoming Vishnu Temple (not open to non-Hindu's), the very welcoming Sikh ...