2 days in Jaipur with kids

Let imaginations run wild as you explore flamboyant doorways, hidden corridors and opulent courtyards of a bygone era. Set amongst compact homes and bustling streets, where motorbikes weave around plodding camels and impatient rickshaws brush past colourful saris, the many forts and palaces provide a sanctuary of calm. Padmanabh Singh is the 20-year-old ‘king’ of…

6 things you should know about Holi, the festival of colours.

The dark greys of winter gives way to the sun and clear blues, The rock solid ice melts to quench the earth’s thirst, The dark ghost like trees sprout new greens and bears fruits, The widowed land now dresses in colours so new, The home confined people venture out for work and play, And the…

Want a royal experience for yourself, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is the place for you. Add it to your bucket list now !

  Nicknamed “The Golden city”, is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, located 575 km away from the state capital Jaipur  and around 5 hours from Khimsar .Once known as Jaisalmer state it is a World Heritage Site. The town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, and is crowned by the ancient Jaisalmer Fort. Jaisalmer is named after the maharawal, Jaisal…

Why Khimsar, Rajasthan should be on your bucket list !

After enjoying the delicacies of Jaipur we move on to Khimsar, a small town in Rajasthan,about 280 km  (6 hr drive)from Jaipur. The sun was at its peak  when we approached The Khimsar Sand Dunes Village. It’s a man-made oasis built-in the middle of the desert accessible only on bullock carts and jeep. We loaded…

Jaipur,Rajasthan

Jaipur 28-1-2016 Greeted by a nip in the air , Jaipur coloured in different shades of pink welcomes us with an open heart . Love pours in as we meet and greet family members who join together for a brother’s wedding. The Ameer fort and the Hawa Mahal are a delight to watch. The Ameer…