Lodha Dharamshala

Prithvi Raj Marg, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India | Hotel
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Pushkar

A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds

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... His last parting words before skipping off were something about getting my shoes and getting out.
It's quite the rollarcoaster to go from feeling very connected and spiritual to feeling so harshly judged and scammed. Britta was left feeling very upset and hurt by this and Alannah was right outraged that this scam artist had just caused this to her bawd. So after taking a couple more minutes by the lake to try and shake it off... we made our way back up to ...

Camelot

A travel blog entry by nuucpilgrimage

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The Camel fair at Pushkar is a "fair". It is like a country fair really. There are animals and cotton candy there is even a Ferris wheel. But there are some important differences. For example at a Canadian fair, you are unlikely to find a cobra in a box and be invited to touch it. The cobra man will play a tune and you can watch the snake dance. (for some rupees) You ...

Camel Toe

A travel blog entry by lucybloxham

... and things, but had no idea who to ask. The camel men spoke fairly good English and were around our age and so we decided to quiz them. We learnt that in India, about 90% of marriages are arranged and that there is a caste system in place within one must stay. If you fall in love with someone outside this caste system then you have to leave the town or village and elope. We've met some people along the way, our age, who have ...

Pushkar

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna

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... that we weren't allowed down to the lake side without first purchasing some flowers from them for Rs 10 in order that we could place them in the lake. They also took exception to our string wrist bands we had been given in Lumbini, and generally made such a fuss that we left them to their game and walked 20 seconds further up to a different entry ghat. Removing our shoes, were able to sit on the stone steps back from the lake watching the pilgrims go through ...

The Resting Place of the Saint of India

A travel blog entry by danialw

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... the world to pay respects to their fore bearers in what is called Ziyarat.
We shared in a small meditation session, where they taught me chants unique to their Sufi order, and I taught them meditation techniques I learned from other Sufis during my travels and from my Sufi order back home.
Ajmer was a really nice and spiritual experience. Recommend to all, especially people interested in Sufism!

Till next time,
Danial
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This hotel, located on Prithvi Raj Marg, Ajmer, is near Bhagchand Ki Kothi.
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