The festival celebrates the unique culture of Gujarat with music and dance performances, storytelling sessions, walks through the desert, fabulous displays of handicrafts and of course some authentic, mouth-watering food native to the Rann of Kutch. This year, the festival will be celebrated between 1 November 2018 and 20 February 2019, during the chilly winter months when the desert is most attractive.
We planned to reach Bhuj by tonight, but google maps showed it as 9hr far. So we decided to halt at Ahmedabad, we quick booked a room at courtyard. Post dinner Ritesh found his first wife in Hotel.
Our first destination was the majestic City Palace. It is the second largest palace in India after Mysore palace. Interestingly it is the only palace which is still a private property.
Kumbhalgarh fort comprises of nearly 340 temples of Hindus and Jains. Each temple is an architectural masterpiece. It is also a good location for wedding shoots.
Pushkar is a holy city it has the only Bramha temple in world. Organises one of the largest cattle fairs in the country and famous maalpuye. Jodhpur on other hand has its rich heritage and legacy to carry
Ajmer Sharif is a shrine of pious Persian sufi saint, ‘Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’. Adhai-din-ka-jhopada is Shed built in two and half days. Pushkar has the only Brahma temple in world.