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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

Bengal’s Love Affair with Vrindavan | Solo Traveling | Vrindavan, India | The Traveling Sage

Have you ever heard about Chaitanya Mahaprabhu? Well, he rediscovered Vrindavan around 500 years ago in early 16th century. He belonged to a Bengali Brahmin family, and thus began the love affair of the mighty Bengal with the tiny town of Vrindavan located on 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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