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Pushkar & the desert

Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan, India

Peaceful Pushkar and our little desert adventure

22 Feb 2008, 2:02PM

A closer view of one of the main Bathing Ghats, Ghandi's ashes were scattered from one of these steps

22 Feb 2008, 2:00PM

The Holy Lake around which Pushkar is set. There are 52 bathing ghats around the lake

23 Feb 2008, 2:52PM

A side street in Pushkar, the street food is svered from the big frying pans. You can see one bubbling on the left here

23 Feb 2008, 2:52PM

Streetlife in Pushkar. Puppets are hanging from the door on the left and the metal containers on the right are used for carrying water and milk.

Yes, we were quite happy to be there!

Our camp under the tree in the Desert

20 Feb 2008, 9:05AM

Our Chai-walla going back down to the Temple after waking us with morning tea!

20 Feb 2008, 9:56AM

Lizzie enjoying the moment

On the road back to Pushkar on our little pink scooters. They didn't really give off the 'rugged' vibes we were after!

Sunset over the hill in our little bit of the desert

25 Feb 2008, 5:30PM

Rajasthani men at the bus stand. The younger ones don't seem to wear the turbans but the style of wearing and the colour denote Caste and status

17 Feb 2008, 8:29PM

Street food in Pushkar - this was one of the more popular places to eat bizarrely..



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The Holy Lake around which Pushkar is set. There are 52 bathing ghats around the lake

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A closer view of one of the main Bathing Ghats, Ghandi's ashes were scattered from one of these steps

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Streetlife in Pushkar. Puppets are hanging from the door on the left and the metal containers on the right are used for carrying water and milk.

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A side street in Pushkar, the street food is svered from the big frying pans. You can see one bubbling on the left here

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Our camp under the tree in the Desert

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Yes, we were quite happy to be there!

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Lizzie enjoying the moment

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Our Chai-walla going back down to the Temple after waking us with morning tea!

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Sunset over the hill in our little bit of the desert

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On the road back to Pushkar on our little pink scooters. They didn't really give off the 'rugged' vibes we were after!

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Street food in Pushkar - this was one of the more popular places to eat bizarrely..

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Rajasthani men at the bus stand. The younger ones don't seem to wear the turbans but the style of wearing and the colour denote Caste and status