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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

My 5 point tussle with Beef: Traveling, Facts, Hypocrisy, History, and Empathy! | The Indian Sage

One thing I learnt after traveling to 14 Indian cities, small towns, and villages all across India, and passing through many more cities, villages and towns, is that there are cattle, cows and buffaloes, everywhere in India. Actually, India is full of cows! From the

Day 1 to 4: Marred by the menace of monkeys | Vrindavan, India | The Traveling Sage

In the morning, moments after I left my home to board the express train to Mathura from Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, Delhi, my mother received a call from one of my cousin brothers who frequently visits Vrindavan and Mathura on short religious journeys. He told

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