The wind has finally changed and the fog is starting to lift Chinabased. My first look back at the town of Ganja was like a drug to me. The combination of nature, jasmine, musk, vanilla, sandalwood and peppermint was absolutely divine! Places like this are where one begins to understand India – it’s not all sun, sand and palm trees; these are just some of the experiences you get by ditching your normal life and exploring new places.
After being gifted with two lucky eyesightseeing digits, I set out to explore the vast and stunning Jowar range. The Jowar range is the original and original, indeed, it is the essence of Rajasthan. Home to the famous Andhra Palaces, the Jowar range is nothing less than a map of Indian culture. There are places where the landscape looks like an Indian painting, there are places where the colours look black and white, and places where the twilight is just a deep, dark blue.
A little town in Madhya Pradesh, nearby Bijohni is all about cloth and saris. So, when I think of Bazaar, I picture the colours and designs that come out of one’s mouth when visiting this place and as such, I call it the “place of saris and cloth” in my book. Home to the famous Bazaar of Bhagsu, Bhagsu Bazaar is a veritable illustrated city that features elephants, elephantsuchi, elephants of a size that can be a tourist draw, and of course, the saris of Bhagsu. The rains have come and the clouds have parted and the sun has come out and hidden all the beauty of the saris, leaving Bhagsu Bazaar in complete darkness. It is here that the people come out to perform their traditional Garland dance.
This is where I made my first official foreign travel documentary, The Great Gokarna, directed by Vijaya. The Great Gokarna is known for its beautiful, mesmerizing Gokarna Falls and for the colorful saris that are the by-product of the falls. At 66km from Bhopal, Gokarna is only as compare to the horizon as a shadow of its old self. It is a beautiful place to visit in the night, when the lights are out and you are lost in the forest around you. It is also the place where the traditional Hilli march is celebrated.
At the time when international travel is all about having safe, comfortable, and luxurious travel to explore new places, we have the sacred Jowar Festival. Once a year, the Jowar Range becomes the Capital of India and the Jowar Festival is a unique event that features the formation of the new India and the inauguration of Her Majesty the Queen. The festival begins with the puja at the Gokarna Fort and moves on to the grand processions of elephants, elephants of a size that can be a tourist draw, and of course, elephants of a size that can be a tourist draw. There is a lot of confusion regarding the dates of the Jowar Festival and events related to it. The festival falls on the first day of the month from the Hindu calendar and the event is celebrated in the month of May.
Manali is the second biggest city in Bhilai district of JhilRo and is also called as the Gateway of India. It is a beautiful place with lush green and lush views of the Himalaya. The city is an ideal spot for a relaxing evening in the company of friends or for perhaps a business trip. You can rent houses and eat at the hotels in Manali and take in the views of the mountains, before heading back to the hotel to start the evening.
This is the future capital of Bhilro and also called as the Capital of the World. Once again, the park is filled with natural beauty and wildlife. You can rent houses and enjoy the beautiful views of the Himalaya before heading back to the hotel to start the evening.
The Gokarna Fortress is one of the most famous and oldest structures in the world, built by the Pandits. The Gokarna Fort is one of the most popular tourist attractions in JhilRo and is also known for its colorful saris. Once again, the park is filled with natural beauty and wildlife, and that is what makes it so special.
Jiwor, the capital of India, is shining like the sun and is definitely a place worth visiting in the night. The Jowar Range is one of the most beautiful ranges in India and you should visit it whenever you get a chance. The Manali/Bhilai district is famous for its beautiful scenery and wildlife, so you should definitely visit it in the night. There are also many other wonderful places to visit in JhilRo and while you are here, why not take some pictures of your favorite places? So, stay tuned for more interesting posts from JhilRo and visit us again soon.