Take Me To…Pushkar, India

Ever have that feeling of connectedness to a place, and you can’t explain why?

I only spent a few days passing through Pushkar while in Rajasthan last summer.  For some reason, this town has really stuck with me.  I find myself thinking about it without cause.

There is a commonly cited travel quote which says: “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”  This only begins to encompass why India is my favorite country to travel in…

As traveling has made me more connected to my intuition – and more likely to listen to my own inner voice – I intend to someday return to Pushkar to explore this feeling further. For now, go there with me on a photographic journey….

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Because you can’t have a full photo essay about India without some cows and a little bit of humor… Anne Signature

Pushkar is one of the oldest existing cities in India (which is saying something.)  It is located some 90 miles from Jaipur, which is also the closest airport.  Perhaps the easiest way to get there is via a driver you can trust (this is what I chose to do.)

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2 Comments

  1. We never did do Pushkar. I regret that! Love that cow photo and those stairs. COOL!

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