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TravelPod Member ReviewsMansingh Palace Ajmer
While our road trip from Kanatal to Ahmedabad, we stopped over at Hotel Mansingh at Ajmer.
Food is very good. Location is also very near to the shrine of Khwaja Garib Nawaz.
Rooms are very poorly maintained and are old enough and worn-torn to be rated. Needs renovation desperately. Bathrooms are very old and require make over. We did not have any option so far, so good.
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Travel Blogs from Ajmer
... by 52 series of steps leading to the lake where pilgrims come in large numbers to take a sacred bath, especially around (October–November) when the Puskar Fair is held. The pushkar fair is the most famous camel fair in the world where thousands of Indians come to sell their camels!! Camels are the symbol of Love here in India.
A dip in the sacred lake is believed to cleanse sins and cure skin diseases.
Here camels are used as the most common form ...
... watch the Indian sunset and then say good night to a couple of camels as they wondered past.
Making an early start we are back on the road by 8am. It's back into Jodhpur to pick up the train tickets then 190kms to Ajmer to catch a train back to Delhi. As we are just about to leave the out skirts of town the bus suddenly stops and the copilot gets out and says "flat tyre". The whole bus in sync "you have got to be ...".
Then just as suddenly as we stop, ...
... br> showed no sign of slowing down. The jeep driver took another long look at us, and
looked into Scotty’s eyes, his fatal mistake; seconds later he realised the
situation with the bus and our overtaking taxi and that we would in fact soon
hit the bus head on. The jeep driver jerked his jeep off the road to the left,
and our taxi pulled sharply into the correct lane. It was a terrible moment of
self-sacrifice and poor judgement (why didn’t he break!) ...
... 8221;, and tri, “passed through”). When Savitri finally arrived, she was furious that Brahma had married someone else and cursed him, saying that henceforth he would be worshipped only at Pushkar. She also proclaimed that the Gujar caste would gain liberation after death only if their ashes were scattered on Pushkar lake – a belief that has persisted to this day. After casting her curses, disgruntled Savitri flew off to the highest hill ...
... see that at home. In our Western culture, men don't do that because it's considered 'unmanly.' At its most extreme, two men relating to each other like that is interpreted as their being gay - a circular argument which reinforces the idea that male physical affection should be shamed. The idea that men could be so physically intimate with each other - and even more that they could clearly feel so free and happy doing it - once again highlights how rigid and ...