Rajasthan India is a magical wonderland of castles, camels and amazing food! Check out these tips for places to stay, things to do and how to get around!
During a 6-month business trip to India, I took advantage of every weekend to travel to a different corner of this beautiful and vibrant country.
Satsang Vihar in Hyderabad India is a holy place which welcomed me to their anniversary festival and honored me in the most surprising of ways.
An overnight camel safari in Pushkar with desert nomads led to the best meal of my life and a new appreciation for the love life of a camel named Romeo.
After arriving to Rajasthan India we stopped first in Ajmer to charge our batteries and see one of the world’s oldest manmade structures.
Jaipur sits in the heart of Rajasthan India and is home to detailed architecture and epic palaces suitable only for the most refined tastes in the world.
The annual Hyderabad 10k is a massive city-wide event with olympian leaders, beautiful scenery and live music on at every kilometer.
A short drive from New Deli, Agra is home of the Taj Mahal, the tomb which has stood as the world’s greatest testament of love and loss.
Dharamshala is the refuge of the Tibetan people in India. Hospitality shines through their acts, their stories, and their business ethics.
Half a day’s drive north of New Delhi you find yourself scaling the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. Once you reach Manali, you know you’re there.
I made a lot out of a quick trip to India’s Garden City: Bangalore. Temples of bulls, parks, and rooftop discos make Bangalore a must-visit destination!
The Dandiya Festival is an Indian celebration of an ancient battle. The music is percussion-driven and the dance reflects the bravery and honor of battle.
Will you join me on an adventure?
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