Blog Posts - Jaisalmer



Suryagarh - Stay like Royalty, Explore like a Local

A huge bird flew in front of us across the barren desert landscape. The wingspan was at least 2 meters and the height was a meter or so. It took us a while but our gracious host had soon identified the bird for us and it was a spectacular sighting, o...

Photo of the Week – My Camel Friends in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Frameless World - Travel Photography  This shot was taken during our 5-day camel safari in Jaisalmer in the state of Rajasthan in India. During that 5 days these camels are our only companions in the Thar desert along with Sarif, our very kind a...
by Frameless World on Sep 25, 2013

Jaisalmer Holiday Packages: A Traveler’s Guidebook

Jaisalmer is the famous, “Golden City” of Rajasthan and is situated in the heart of Thar Desert.  Crowned by a golden sandstone fort and several gorgeous Jain Temples, the city is very popular amongst tourists.  The crumbling relics of...

Desert Safari in Jaisalmer Part 1 – A Little Hassle Upon Arrival

I have always dreamt of going to a desert safari in Jaisalmer ever since I have heard about it from fellow travelers. It was an experience that is listed on my bucket list that I was so glad I was able to ticked out. I first planned to go there on my...
by flipnomad on Sep 17, 2013

Rajasthan Tours: Sightseeing at Jaipur & Jodhpur

Full of colors and vivacity, Rajasthan in India is best-known for its surfeit of cultural, historical and architectural beauty. For decades Rajasthan donned the title of a princely province that was conquered multiple times by some of the greatest em...

Sky Watch Friday- Monsoon Skies from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

As a rule, I am not a big fan of monsoons. There are two reasons for it. One is my commute for work. When it rains the commute becomes hell. The second is trekking. When it rains on a trek, life becomes difficult again. But monsoons are beautiful if...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 29, 2013

The Food and Swimming Pool Connection at Suryagarh

How many times have you seen me doing a post on food? Almost zilch is the answer. My umpteen years of hostel food have killed all my taste buds. But this time at Suryagarh there was something about food that I could not ignore. So here I am, trying t...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 27, 2013

The incredible music of Salim Khan and Sikander Langha

It has been almost 3 weeks since my Suryagarh trip, a trip that will go down as one of those trips of a lifetime. Being able to see the incredible monsoon desertscape, to visiting lesser known and popular sights in … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 24, 2013

The incredible music of Salim Khan and Sikander Langha

It has been almost 3 weeks since my Suryagarh trip, a trip that will go down as one of those trips of a lifetime. Being able to see the incredible monsoon desertscape, to visiting lesser known and popular sights in … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 24, 2013

Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank – Assistant Vacancies - www.sclub.in

Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank – Assistant Vacancies Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank (JCCB) :- Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank has announced notification for the recruitment of 09 Assistant Vacancies.No.of Vacancy :- 09Assistant-0...
by Naukri Baba on Aug 20, 2013

Exploring the Temples at Jaisalmer- With Suryagarh

I have to admit I am not much of a temple person. I was not sure what to expect it was on at the Suryagarh trip. In the end we explored such off beat and small places around Jaisalmer that I was glad we did this. Navdungar Temple, Jaisalmer Navdungar...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 19, 2013

Something new, something old: Jaisalmer revisited

The vista is quite dramatic. The ochre yellow of the desert stretches out in all directions for as far my eye can see, dotted here and there with green vegetation. At first glance, the green appears random, but then one … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 18, 2013

Something new, something old: Jaisalmer revisited

The vista is quite dramatic. The yellow desert stretches out in all directions for as far my eye can see, dotted here and there with green vegetation. At first glance, the green appears random, but then one can trace lines … Continue reading &#...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 18, 2013

Jaisalmer Rajasthan 3rd Grade Teachers Recruitment 2013 - www.examtgt.rajasthan.gov.in

Jaisalmer  Rajasthan 3rd Grade Teachers Recruitment Recruitment of III Grade Teachers in Rajasthan :- Recruitment of III Grade Teachers in Jaisalmer Rajasthan Online applications are invited from eligible candidates to appear in the co...
by Naukri Baba on Aug 15, 2013

Sky Watch Friday- Monsoon Sky through the Arches

Suryagarh is a luxury hotel in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India. I get to see such luxury only when I get invited as a blogger. I have now been to Suryagarh twice and each time I have enjoyed my stay. Monsoon Skies at Suryagarh, Jaisalmer This time the vi...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 15, 2013

Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank Assistants Recruitment 2013

Jaisalmer Central Co-operative Bank, Rajasthan has Issued Notification for Recruitment of 09 Assistant posts, eligible candidates can apply before 26/08/2013 through offline. Important Dates to Remember : Application Receiving Last Date : 26/8/201...
by Government Jobs on Aug 14, 2013

The Suryagarh experience

It has been a long, but relaxing drive from Jodhpur and we have just crossed Jaisalmer city. Suryagarh, my destination, is still a few kilometres away when the cab I am travelling in stops suddenly. As I look around for … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 13, 2013

The Suryagarh experience

It has been a long, but relaxing drive from Jodhpur and we have just crossed Jaisalmer city. Suryagarh, my destination, is still a few kilometres away when the cab I am travelling in stops suddenly. As I look around for … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 13, 2013

Lazy Sunday Photo- A Peahen

I clicked this Peahen at the terrace of Suryagarh. When I was a student in Rajasthan (did my undergrad and postgraduate studies) there were peacocks all around the campus. And what a racket they make when they call each-other. A Peahen at the terrace...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 9, 2013

Jaisalmer… once more

“You are going to Jaisalmer for a weekend? To experience monsoons there?” asks my brother, his bemusement loud and clear over phone. “Yes,” I reply. “Last I knew, Jaisalmer was a desert and it doesn’t rain there,&#...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 8, 2013


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