An angle of the Taj Mahal that’s often over-looked. Some tour guides will offer to let you wear a saree for a photo, but
Phase two of our date night was to watch the sunset and eat dinner at Indique restaurant, which we heard had spectacular
About three hours in, we came across some railroad tracks that we had to stop at for the train passing by. The coolest part
One of the reasons I love going to India is because it's a photographer's paradise. All of the colors, textures, architecture and people are just some of the many reasons why India is a photo op on every corner.
Cold Morning in Khejarla In the Upper Right is the Massive Hill Fort at Jodhpur A special thanks to my guide Digvijay Singh
Over the past ten years, India's status as a place to do business has grown immensely. According to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), India is the 10th largest business travel market in the world.
The history of this enormous structure is so complex that to attempt explaining it would be a disservice. Let's just say if you're planning to visit these sites, hire a guide who can walk you through the labyrinth of history.
This morning our driver Mr. Singh pulled up with a spiffy new bus loaded with deluxe features: the seats recline, the windows are large, and there's even a flat screen TV at the front so we can watch a Bollywood movie on our long journey tomorrow from Jodhpur to Jaipur!
While maharajadom in the past tended to be defined by its exclusivity, my ascension to a taste of royalty can, with a bit of planning, be replicated by almost anyone who can manage to get themselves to Rajasthan.
Even as I left, the scent of the marketplace clung to my skin.