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A Walk in the Streets of Ajmer, India

Ajmer is a city in the state of Rajasthan, India and is being surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains. It is the pilgrimage centre for the shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. This video shows a walk-through across Ajmer, which is also known for its sweet "Sohan Halwa" amongst other sweets rich in taste.

You can reach Ajmer by bus from Jaipur- it is a two and half hour drive, and after spending a day out; leave for Pushkar by bus, which has the only Brahma Temple in the world. It is a favourite amongst tourists, having many ghats and a river. The Annual Camel Festival takes place in the month of February in Pushkar.

I wonder why?

Life, in a few words would be like “a storm, cool breeze and a picture of a person sitting with eyes settling at the sky above.” There is not much to say, but a lot to hear and feel. It would be like listening to the composure of the winds, watching the beauty of the landscape and believing in the never ending adventure that lays in front of that person. ‘Silence’, is appreciated. ‘Smile’ is always reciprocated. ‘Love’ has its own fine language of purity. Deep thoughts pop-up, realizations meet you, many roads appear to you, yet you wait for the right calling. You connect with the calmness of the lanes, the play with the animals, the deep talks with fellow wanderers. You are ‘who you are’, a unique identity, trying to make some meaning out of this so called ‘life’. The one which has no beginning or end, it is a long journey, about which you never contemplate when it all started or shall end. No, I am not talking about the time you were born, but simply when the realization started …

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