Lovely feedback from our guests all the way from Malaysia while having bbq dinner.
It's safe travelling to Kashmir everyone, so pack your bags and explore the magical beauty of Kashmir.
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Janat- E - Kashmir
Kashmir is the northernmost geographical region of the Indian subcontinent. Until the mid-19th century, the term "Kashmir" denoted only the Kashmir Valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal Range.
Portrait of a beautiful Bopa gypsy nomadic woman of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer -Bopa women are among the most beautiful in Rajasthan and they hope their charms are enough to sell cheap accessories to the tourists. This Bopa woman lives in a ghetto in Jaisalmer. Everyday she walks to the gate of the old town hoping to sell her necklaces and bracelets. But it is difficult being considered of low caste.
Bopa gypsy women wear a traditional kaleidoscopic magic of embroidery in different hues. Their red, black, yellow and orange outfits camouflage with the colorful milieu of Rajasthan assorted with silver jewelry. They are often referred to as queens of the desert. In Jaisalmer region of Rajasthan the Bopa and the Kalbeliya are two surviving groups of the gypsy tribe. The Bopa is a group of musicians and singers, whereas the Kalbeliya is a group of dancers and snake charmers.
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Kashmir is the northernmost geographical region of the Indian subcontinent. Until the mid-19th century, the term "Kashmir" denoted only the Kashmir Valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal Range. @kashmirtoursandtravels
Welcome to Udaipur, the White Pearl City! .
Udaipur has been a real treat for us. It’s relatively clean, quiet and relaxing for India. Beautiful Lake Pichola is surrounded by tall hotels and restaurants with rooftop terraces to eat and relax away from the honking and madness on the street level. .
If you plan of doing a long term trip to India, I highly suggest you put Udaipur in the middle of your itinerary and spend a few days here relaxing. It will give you a small respite from the craziness and re-energize you for the rest of your trip! .
We spend our days exploring the city palace, shopping and doing a cooking class with @authenticook. I’ll be sharing more later but for now we are on the way to Varanasi .
Picture credit @whereivebeenwandering
The light, the magic.
The right , the wrong.
How long until you decide to live?
Walk to the end and find for yourself,
Is there a wall or are you at start.
The ocean is deep and deadly,
The rivers are bloodied and heavy.
My boat is on the shore,
My life is anchored ,
I float yet I can't go.
I stay and I can't sleep.
The love that you sow,
Was that love.
Because love doesn't stink.
Pleased are your masters,
But at dawn,
Where would you go?
You come to beg,
As you come, you bring war,
false hopes and blood of men.
Blood would make you happy and safe, bring prosperity?
Are mosquitoes happiest and safest?
Just because today is a happy day,
doesn't mean tomorrow would be better.
Snakes eat there children.
Do they don't even know you?
The day is not far away,
The chains will be broken,
The hands will be free,
And I will row my boat,
My love! We will sing to the end of the world,
We will go beyond the wall,
We will lower our anchor
Into shallow waters ,
And not where it would stuck to skeletons but land,
I will live until I see the sun rise on the land without uniforms. .
Magical mornings on the Ganges. .
If you watched my stories you know that I had a love-hate relationship with Varanasi. It had every stereotypical thing about India that people warn you about, the garbage, the air pollution, the crowds, the noise, the chaos, the cows, and the extreme poverty. At the same time, it had everything wonderful that I love about India. There where so many beautiful and colorful people coming to the Ganges to bathe in the river under the soft morning light. The aarti ceremonies on the ghats with thousands of people chanting in unison while the prayer leaders spun candles and incense in the air. The crazy and colorful sadhus walking around blessing people and throwing all modern conveniences to the wayside. It was such an intense mix of good and bad, chaos and calm, divine and destitute that it all became overwhelming. .
Am I glad I went to Varanasi? Absolutely! There really is no other place like it in the world. Would I go there again? Probably not. Even though I enjoyed the sights and the experience, it was the one place that was really hard to stomach. Perhaps I would have a different perspective if I hadn’t stayed in a guesthouse in the labyrinth of backstreets leading to the ghats. This area was especially bad, with lots of trash and poop. I felt so bad for the people that live in these conditions day in and day out. But I would be sheltering myself from how the people of Varanasi live to just stay in a beautiful 4 star hotel and pretend that all the suffering that occurs here doesn’t exist. Have you been to Varanasi? What did you think of it?
Picture credit @whereivebeenwandering