Covering most part of Rajasthan is the Thar Desert, which is the 18th largest sub-tropical desert in the world. The Thar Desert is approachable from cities like Jaisalmer, Bikaner, and Barmer.
If a trip to incredible India is exciting, travelling on the classic Palace on Wheels is the icing on the cake.
Peacock at Suryagarh hotel, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
A peacock on the terrace of a luxury hotel, Suryagarh, gazing at the desert sands of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India.
I have been to some of the well known places in Rajasthan, many times, but this road trip gave an opportunity to witness the region from a wide perspective.

The most prominent tourist attraction of Jaisalmer is an urban living center. Around 3000 people reside within the walls of the Fort. There are houses, a large number of handicraft shops, guesthouses, restaurants, and temples.

It’s India’s National Day today. I have a holiday from work and time to reflect on what I have achieved with my students. It’s not as if they are speaking fluent English now,or even attending our little classroom regularly.

Rajasthan

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