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Photo Tours

1. Pushkar Mela (Rajasthan): 28th to 30th Oct. 2017(Saturday to Monday)

A little about the Pushkar Fair

    - It is the world's largest Camel Fair.

    - Pushkar has the world’s only temple for Lord Brahma.

    - Pushkar has the world famous Sarovar with 52 Ghats surrounding it.

    - Pushkar offers around 400 temples to see.

    - Pushkar Fair is all encapsulated with numerous cultural activities.

    - Ethnic shopping items from all over the state are on sale during


    - It’s a rare combination of religious fervor and cultural vibrancy


    - One of the most interesting and attractive feature of the fair is the

    opportunity to meet and see numerous different cultural folks.*

    Time permitting, we will also visit the famous Darga Sharif at Ajmer.

No. Of Seats: 5. 

Tentative cost per participant Rs.11,500 (excluding cost of  Shatabdi train tickets on a triple sharing basis)

Registrations open

For participating please call at 9871642054

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