Bijay Niwas Palace
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... br> Once I came out of the Ajmer sharif dargah, I went to the hotel and planned to visit Pushkar, which is about 25kms from Ajmer. So I booked a cab and bargained him to show me around Pushkar and other places to see in Ajmer. I went on with him to Pushkar which is just across a ghat from Ajmer. When I reached Pushkar, although I first thought to go and visit the Bramha Temple, but then at that time the temple was closed and ...
... her part. Following the same reasoning I already explained, I decided that further contact with Hila was bound to generate deeper feelings of attachment which would, in all likeness, not reciprocated or if so, merely ephemeral. For this reason I decided it was necessary for me to leave on good and pleasant terms instead of remaining while these negative emotions festered and possibly cause more pain then I was already starting to experience and also at the cost of loosing a friend ...
... 2 hours of a religious storytelling, told through recitation, dance and song, accompanied by live traditional musicians and a huge plasma TV showing very modern, rather psychedelic images of Shiva, Vishnu and the rest of the pantheon, as well as National Geographic-like images of nature.
* Returned home to hotel room just ahead of the huge crowd, ready for bed after a crazy, fun adventure of a day!
OK. Not brief. But such a wild, wacky day! We loved it!
... br> flower. Vajra Nabha died with the impact, and the petals of the lotus
fell at three places. One of them is Pushkar, where it gave birth to a
lake. Pushkar is the only temple of this important deity in the whole
As we got off the bus we were accosted by 2 guys from their hotels
trying to get us to come with them. It was really useful that we had our
smart phone with an Internet connection as we literally did our
research on ...
... that you don't have any more games other than stick cricket and monopoly and that the latter would require much explaining! I was met with a frowned response. Back to the relaxing....
One evening we heard about a local dance show which involved the musical and dance talents of tourists who had spent the last week learning and perfecting the local form of expression, accompanied by their ...