Varanasi: A Timeless Experience

Exploring Varanasi brings to life the sensory assault that travelers to India often speak about. How does one describe such a place?

There is the town center, built like any other Indian town – an epitome of unimaginable urban chaos born to haphazard development and oppressive heat; a tapestry of unsightly buildings with open storefronts selling everything from deep fried snacks to toothpaste to screwdrivers to holiday tours.

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Glimpses Of Jodhpur

Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination in the Indian state of Rajasthan and is home to ancient forts, temples and historic neighborhoods. Nestled in the Thar Desert, this city enjoys bright sunny weather all through the year and is very well connected to other parts of the state and country. Jodhpur is most well known for one of the largest forts in India, Mehrangarh Fort, built in the 15th century and situated on a hill within the Old City. The gates and walls of the fort sprawl across in various directions and its imposing mud-red structure makes for an impressive sight. So much so that it has been a film location for many famous Bollywood and even Hollywood films.

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The Golden City Of Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is located in the midst of vast expanses of the That Desert, very close to the India-Pakistan international border in the state of Rajasthan. Well connected by train and bus to other cities in Rajasthan and New Delhi, getting here is easy. Jaisalmer is also called the golden city due to the color of yellow sandstone stone used in its construction. Jaisalmer Fort is the most famous attraction in the city and is known to be one of the largest forts in the world.

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