I fell in love with the beauty of India years ago when I did volunteer work with Mother Teresa in Calcutta. Initially, it assaulted my 6 senses with such extreme contrasts. It was, however, nothing less than fascinating. The aromatic food was fantastic, the people so friendly, and the fragrance and colors so exotic, it was intoxicating. It is my delight to present it to you now on a journey of discovery you will never forget. We focus on Incredible India views with the highlight of Pushkar, a once-in-a-lifetime experience. In November the weather is perfect and we’ve secured top hotels throughout. We arrive at the land of a thousand languages and a thousand gods. At the Intercontinental, the ladies in my institution are welcomed with marigolds and branded with the everyday crimson dot on our foreheads. This motel is an oasis of luxury in a polluted metropolis of 14 million human beings. Two days are spent journeying to Delhi. The compulsory websites consist of Gandhi`s Tomb and plenty of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Gandhi Tomb Incredible India No which else has historic traditions combined with the cutting-edge on a scale so obtrusive as in Delhi. Fat sacred Brahma bulls block site visitors developing delays. In this Hindu land, cows rule. Dogs, monkeys, and kids move at their very own risk. I love spiced meals and start every day with a three-alarm-curry breakfast. We head with the aid of using education for Rajasthan, the stunning wilderness nation in which cows are changed with the aid of using camels. The air is sweeter and a whole lot greater colorful. Here is a microcosm of all that India is. The human beings are genteel with humility if the spirit and nonetheless mild up on the sight of foreigners. We constantly wave via our home windows to people who stare with interest and appear to say, “why have you ever come here?” As keen on the 0.33 world, this location has been on my dream listing for years. I now vividly input that detail of the journey that gives me astonishment. We`ve come to wait for the yearly Camel Fair in Pushkar that has taken location for one thousand years. As the world`s largest, it has at its height attracted 50,000 camels with 200,000 traders. We unpack at our camp referred to as Exotic Adventures. Our spartan tents did have ensuite lavatories however rest room paper changed into at a premium. There changed into a 24-hour defense outdoor who stingily rationed our quota. In the wilderness, nights are frigid and afternoons sweltering. I confided to a visitor there from the American Embassy that I felt like I changed into an episode of “Survivor.” She laughed assuring me that it changed into all really well worth it. Soon my surprise turns to awe as I input the fairgrounds. Set on miles of transferring sand dunes with festooned camels and a flood of pilgrims, the scene appears absolutely surreal. It's like a State Fair on steroids. There is a flurry of horse, bullock, and camel races, contests for milking, animal decorating, turban tying, tattooing in addition to snake charmers, unfastened carnival rides, and mystics, astrologers, and fantastic stalls of handicrafts at giveaway prices. The floor reverberates with activities. Thousands of Rajasthani girls have arrived wearing their greatest garments in close to neon colors. I watch educated monkeys, painted cows, and cobras dance. No phrases can effectively describe how this helter-skelter overwhelms my five senses. Others will have Europe with its cathedrals and museums. For me, this exotic exposure and cultural immersion is the ultimate travel! Covered with dust, return to camp. Entertainment is held under the stars every night, including musicians, folk dancers, puppet shows, and fire eaters. Alcohol is prohibited here and all meals are vegetarian buffet. The Ayurvedic Center offers treatments to cleanse the body's toxins. We reject them: induced vomiting, enema, nasal drainage and phlebotomy. Visit the holy city of Pushkar, where the holy lake created by Sir Brahma is located. pilgrims come from afar, bathe in ghats and pray for 24 hours. Here you can find out about religions: Zorastism, Sikhism, mysterious Sufism, mosquito-killing gymnasts, Hinduism that does not claim absolute truth, and the caste system. We visit a temple on the shores of the lake. Some are "blessed" by the priest. After that, the highlight for me was an hour of camel kart safari behind the scenes at the fair. Children line up on our way and say, "Hello, hello, please pen!" You can see the slaughtered camels and the half-naked people washing. Return to the premises to visit the orphanage and dissolve one by one to immerse yourself in enthusiastic activities. We ride a giant spitting camel and raise all perspectives. I bought 12 silver garnet necklaces and anklets. teenagers approach Terry and take pictures. He is 6`5``. Politely ask, "Lord, what are you eating?" Our group was great! The food court is endless, but all temptations must be overcome to prevent Delhi Berry. I think the chaotic dissonance is fun. Pushkar is really a party for the locals and we are just careful guests. I am very grateful to have had such an experience, but it is time to continue my busy itinerary. Due to pollution, we arrive at the famous "Pink City" Jaipur, which is now darker maroon. Learn about the great amber rulers and Maharaja of the Mughal Empire as you tour the palaces, fortresses and architectural wonders. History is alive and I am very interested in things that I have never been interested in. And here is a paradise for shoppers of silk sari, jewelry, jewelry, and marble crafts. I visited an animal shelter called "Helping Suffering". The worst cases of different animal species are dealt with here by volunteer veterinarians. 45 stray dogs are disinfected daily and witness surgery. You can help by just sending them a check. Help In Suffering is a dog donation volunteer veterinarian talking to Suzy On to see Fatehpur Sikri, the "ghost town of Akbar" abandoned due to water shortages. Finally, we arrive at the broken city of Agra, with a population of 2.5 million. street vendors are harassing us. Chained bears dance on the street in search of rupees. hungry children begging. Thank you for staying at the $ 20 luxury Sheraton with Western cuisine and affordable massages. It was like a galaxy shift from downtown. We've seen many wonders along the way, but we've done our best to the end with the world's greatest compliment to love. Goosebumps as you enter the magnificent gateway to the Taj Mahal. The Asahi illuminates it like a perfect pearl ... Built over 22 years by 200,000 men and inlaid with 2 million semi-precious stones. After a lecture on why this perfect symmetry was created for Queen Mumtaz, we disperse what looks like a mirage to photograph. It's an architectural poem, as magnificent as you can imagine. Back in Delhi, we are all enjoying leisure and a free day to explore in our leisure! Most people go shopping because the price is so cheap, how many pashminas do you need? Last night we enjoy a show called "Dances of India" and then a farewell feast for the final (Indian) dinner. I refuse another trip that I did well with excellent guides, drivers, support and accommodation. I remember my favorite moment at the fair when I hired two "body guides", Jamal and Lansi, to help in the crowd. These two 11-year-old boys, barnacles, are tied to me and their bright smiles are forever imprinted in my Indian memory. This trip renewed my curiosity about the world and reminded me that my love for travel grows on its own. The more I see it, the more I want to see it. This country is for experienced travelers. I was very impressed with the solidity and patience of a group of 60 people living in a country where the infrastructure is unpredictable. For some, it was their first visit to the Third World, but everything worked like an expert. Directly witnessing the suffering of is the best way to evaluate a home. We saw both horrible and good things. But the word "attractive" is a summary of the entire journey. I have to go back from the beauty of Incredible India.