I was invited to a post challenge by Packing My Suitcase to write about the five places I loved and I would love to return. This challenge is originally from […]
Venice of the East, the India’s Most Romantic City in the East; names given to Udaipur, a city with four lakes. Its idyllic location next to Lake Pichola offers visitor […]
We left Agra in the late afternoon. Our next visit was Jaipur, five hours by Inner City train from Agra. Arriving in Jaipur late at night and we were so […]
Jaipur, Pink City, capital of Rajasthan state in the north part of India. Populated with three millions people, living in an ancient city surrounded by old buildings and unique traditions, […]
What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure; but scattered along life’s pathway, the good they do is inconceivable. (Joseph Addison) An […]
It took us about one hour driving from Taj Mahal to reach Fatehpur Sikri, which means City of Victory. It was the capital city of Mughal emperor for ten years […]
*quoted from Rabindranath Tagore Our plan on the second day in Agra was to wake up early to see the sunrise in Taj Mahal. We wake up at five […]
We left our hotel in New Delhi very early in the morning to catch train to Agra. It was 4 am in the morning. As we arrived in New Delhi […]
An Agra man, Agra Fort, India.
We arrived in New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, and it was hectic and warm. The airport was full of people. Overwhelmed by the bustling surrounding us, accidentally, we […]
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