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Bikaner, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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An enchanting camel fair and lots more! Think of camel fairs, and chances are you will head to Pushkar in Rajasthan. But hold on to your horses (or camels) for a moment: consider Bikaner, with its... More > smaller yet far more enchanting version. And that is only one of the reasons why you need to be in this desert city. You could talk shop, for example. Someone needs to send Wee Willie Winkie to put the people of Bikaner to bed on time. They simply don’t want to call it a day – keeping their bazaars bustling with activity till late into the night. And you can never be hungry for long in this city. The city is full of food, inviting you with, “Come, gorge!” Take your pick from kachoris, samosas, jalebis and ghevar straight from the frying wok. While you are there, don’t miss out on the Junagarh Fort. This is where they would bury an innocent man on horseback alive within one of the turrets. ** More books at http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if you face any issues. **< Less
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Jaisalmer in Rajasthan in India is a city that has always lived in a fort - and continues to do so even today. It is tough to distinguish between the historical and the present in the 12th century... More > fort - time lies intertwined here. Within the milieu / ramparts of the fort are beautiful Jain temples, old havelis or mansions, a palace museum, restaurants, traditional eateries, hotels and shops. Jaisalmer has much more to offer though. Check out the beautiful Havelis (mansions) built by rich businessmen, the Vyas Chhatris (cenotaph of Sage Vyas) and the Gadsisar Lake. Drive to Kuldhara, home to the Paliwal Brahmins, a rich business and agricultural community who abandoned the city suddenly one night in 1825. Visit the Sam Dunes for stunning sunsets. If you still need a high after all this, visit Doctor Bhaang for his concoctions using leaves and buds of the female cannabis plant. ** More books at http://kunzum.com/books. Contact wetravel@kunzum.com if you face any issues. **< Less
Ranthambore National Park - Rajasthan By Ajay Jain
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Looking the tiger in the eye Ranthambhore is one of the few forest reserves in India where tigers still prowl – with a high probability of sightings. Especially in the summer months, when... More > animals tend to laze around scarce water pools. I was lucky to spot a tiger chasing a herd of deer unsuccessfully, while another made short work of a turtle. The former even ventured out of the reserve boundary the following day to settle for a rotting carcass; even wild cats have to settle for such indignity when starving. The jungle has lots more to offer though – an astonishing variety of flora and fauna. You can even hike up to the Ranthambhore Fort. Or browse around shops selling local handicrafts and paintings. * Download the e-book on Ranthambhore to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. You may contact wetravel@kunzum.com if there are any issues **< Less
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India By Ajay Jain
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Food, Bazaars, History - It All Happens Here You go to Jodhpur to savour the famed mirchi vada. And the samosas, bread pakoras, badi pyaza ki kachoris, mogar ki kachoris – topped with sweets... More > and buttermilk. It does not get better than this. And in between mouthfuls, treat yourself to all else that is wonderful in this city. Jodhpur’s bazaars are endless - you can lose yourself for hours in their labyrinthine streets. Choose from glass bangles, Jodhpuri Jutis (shoes), handicrafts, local dresses and antiques including locks and more. If in a mood for history, visit the Jaswant Thada (built in the memory of Jodhpur’s King Jaswant Singh II in 1899) and the Mehrangarh Fort; the latter literally looks down upon the blue city. * Download the e-book on Jodhpur to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. You may contact wetravel@kunzum.com if there are any issues **< Less
Mysterious Fort of Bhangarh By Raja Sharma
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Bhangarh Fort is the only “Legally Haunted” location recognized by the Indian Government. There is a signboard set by Archaeological Survey of India with specific instructions. ASI is a... More > Government of India Organization. The most common and prevailing legend about the city of Bhangarh goes like this: it is said that Bhangarh was cursed by the Guru Balu Nath. He had allowed the construction of the town on one condition, "The moment the shadows of your palaces touch me, the city shall be no more!" It is said that a descendant price did not believe in the story and he raised the palace to a height that cast a shadow on Balu Nath’s forbidden retreat. When it happened, Balu Nath cursed the town of Bhangarh. Mysterious Fort of Bhangarh Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Geographical Location Chapter Three: Prevailing Legends Chapter Four: More about Bhangarh Fort Chapter Five: Recent Adventures< Less
Jaipur-The Pink City By Students' Academy
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Introduction ... History of Jaipur ... Geography and Climate ... Buildings and Monuments ... Administration and Politics... Infrastructure ... Transport... Road ... Local... More > Transport ... Rail ... Air ... Economy ... Tourism ... Festivals in Jaipur... Interesting Places to Visit in Jaipur... City Palace ... Hawa Mahal ... Jantar Mantar ... Jal Mahal ... Central Museum ... Amber Fort ... Jaigarh Fort ... Isar Lat ... Maharani Ki Chhatri... Bazaars of Jaipur... Johari Bazaar ... Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar... Kishanpol Bazaar... Tripolia Bazaar ... Khazana Walon Ka Rasta ...< Less
Jaipur-The Pink City By Students' Academy
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Introduction ... History of Jaipur ... Geography and Climate ... Buildings and Monuments ... Administration and Politics... Infrastructure ... Transport... Road ... Local... More > Transport ... Rail ... Air ... Economy ... Tourism ... Festivals in Jaipur... Interesting Places to Visit in Jaipur... City Palace ... Hawa Mahal ... Jantar Mantar ... Jal Mahal ... Central Museum ... Amber Fort ... Jaigarh Fort ... Isar Lat ... Maharani Ki Chhatri... Bazaars of Jaipur... Johari Bazaar ... Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar... Kishanpol Bazaar... Tripolia Bazaar ... Khazana Walon Ka Rasta ...< Less
India By Phillip Donnelly
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Travelling through a country he has always dreamed of visiting, the author is confused and perplexed by India; a land he does not understand, and one that does not conform to the rules of any society... More > or culture he has yet encountered. This book is the story of his attempt to make sense of it all. Join him on his journey through the enigma that is India, and see what happens when a cynical neurotic western rationalist is confronted by the spiritualism, poverty and anarchy of India. From the teeming masses of Delhi and Mumbai, to the deserts and forts of Rajasthan and the beaches of Goa, the author gives his unique perspective on all of it.< Less
India By Phillip Donnelly
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Travelling through a country he has always dreamed of visiting, the author is confused and perplexed by India; a land he does not understand, and one that does not conform to the rules of any society... More > or culture he has yet encountered. This book is the story of his attempt to make sense of it all. Join him on his journey through the enigma that is India, and see what happens when a cynical neurotic western rationalist is confronted by the spiritualism, poverty and anarchy of India. From the teeming masses of Delhi and Mumbai, to the deserts and forts of Rajasthan and the beaches of Goa, the author gives his unique perspective on all of it.< Less
India Traveller: Jaipur the Palace City By Sunita Publications
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Jaipur is the first planned city of India, located in the semi-desert lands of Rajasthan. The city which once had been the capital of the royalty now is the capital city of Rajasthan. The very... More > structure of Jaipur resembles the taste of the Rajputs and the Royal families. At present, Jaipur is a major business centre with all requisites of a metropolitan city. India Traveller: Jaipur The Palace City Copyright Introduction History of Jaipur Geography and Climate Buildings and Monuments Administration and Politics Infrastructure Transport Road Local Transport Rail Air Economy Tourism Festivals in Jaipur Interesting Places to Visit in Jaipur City Palace Hawa Mahal Jantar Mantar Jal Mahal Central Museum Amber Fort Jaigarh Fort Isar Lat 29 Maharani Ki Chhatri Bazaars of Jaipur Johari Bazaar Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar Kishanpol Bazaar Tripolia Bazaar Khazana Walon Ka Rasta< Less