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Humans of Pushkar (Part 1 of 2)

[Text and Photographs are by Ayush Kaushik] A native Rajasthani woman in yellow Ghaghra Choli (native dress) with a partial veil over her head, passing by a couple of non-Indian nationals. The couple appears to be carrying sophisticated photography equipment in their hands. The diversity

Akbar’s Fort – A Photo Journey into History | Ajmer, Rajasthan | The Traveling Sage

Ajmer has a history dating back to 8th century AD, when it was founded by AjayRaj Chauhan, one of the prominent rulers of Chauhan Dynasty. Since then, Ajmer has thrived to become one of the great cities of South East Asia to being left to

16 Good Reasons to Travel Alone at Least Once in Your Life | The Traveling Sage

For a carte blanche life You have a carte blanche when you travel alone. You can go anywhere you wish to go, do all that you’d always thought to do once, and eat, drink, and smoke as per your wish. Basically, you become the owner

Photo Series: Mobile Photography from a moving bus | Jaipur to Ajmer Highway | The Traveling Sage

Like all the other highways in India, there comes a toll collection point as soon as we leave Jaipur. I wonder why government want us to pay toll tax, vat, service tax and other redundant taxes when we already pay income tax, house tax, electricity

Photo Essay: Bull Power in Vrindavan | Solo Traveling | The Traveling Sage

Two sacred bullocks (male of Cow) – one of them shedding tears – pulling a carriage full of girls coming back from school with “Bull Power” written on it. This photograph has been dear to me for more than one reason. On 15th August, 2015,

Day 1: 5 Cute Children of God | Vrindavan, India | The Traveling Sage

In a foreign land, on my first day in Vrindavan, when I was trying to familiarize myself of the distinguished culture, architecture, people, styles of living, habits of people, etiquette, and much rare street animals, I found a familiar smile on the face of a

Day Zero: Backpacking For A Solo Journey to 14 Indian cities in 40 days |The Traveling Sage

Traveling, first across the length and breadth of India, and then throughout this world, has always been my dream. But in last one year, after I changed my profession, and finally decided to go ahead with the writing thing, I actually started working towards fulfilling

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